Apple Inc. - Common Stock





About Apple and Apple Trading

Why is Apple trading so popular?

Apple is one of the world’s most valuable companies by market capitalization and revenue. More than 1.5 billion people own an Apple product, be it an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV or iMac.

In August 2018, Apple became the first public U.S company worth more than $1 trillion. Together with Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google, Apple forms the FAANG, globally recognized as the most popular US-based tech group.

How can you trade Apple stock?

You can buy Apple shares live on exchanges or you can opt for trading its stock through derivatives solutions, such as CFDs. Buying shares on exchanges is a long-term investment since you benefit only if prices go up.

At you can follow the Apple cfd price. Trading on the price movements of this popular stock is straightforward: if you think that Apple stock value will go up, you can open a long position (BUY). If you think prices will decrease, you can open a short position (SELL). At you can trade Apple stock from Monday to Friday between 13:31-20:00 GMT.

What are CFD fees?

The most common CFD fee is the spread (the difference between the bid and offer price at the time of your trade). Some brokers can charge you additional fees as well.

Can I buy a share of Apple?

You can buy Apple shares on the NASDAQ Exchange, but there are also other ways of trading Apple stock, such as through CFDs. All types of trading have advantages of disadvantages, and it's up to your personal preferences to pick the one which suits you best.

What is CFD for?

CFD stands for contract for difference and describes a popular form of derivative trading. CFDs trading has become more popular in the past decade.

How does CFD code work?

CFDs allow traders to capitalize on prices moving up (long positions) or prices moving down (short positions) on underlying financial instruments.

Where is CFD used?

You can use CFDs to trade a wide array of assets: currencies, commodities, indices, bonds, shares, ETFs, and others. Check out our entire trading offer, here at