Spread Betting

Spread betting is a tax free (in certain Countries), cost effective alternative to traditional share trading. It allows you to speculate on the movement of stocks and shares without using a stockbroker, therefore you do not have to pay commission or fees.Take a look at our Interactive Demo to see how it works.

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Online Stock Trading

There are many ways to trade stocks from buying shares in the traditional way to selling short via share cfd's...

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Spreadbetting

Spreadbetting is a tax free way to profit from share and index prices for residents of many Countries outside of the U.S.A

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Risk Warning - Please Read

NYSE Stocks would like to make you aware of the high degree of risk that trading stocks carries to your capital. As with trading any other security we recommend you take professional financial advice by a registered body before opening an account with any broker. Please understand that any trading accounts opened from links on this website (NYSE stocks) is a contract between yourself and the broker in question. NYSE stocks may act as an introducing partner and receive commissions for accounts opened (at no cost to the account holder) but cannot be held responsible for any losses you incurr in your account or in dealing in any way with the said broker.

Trading Risks

Leveraged Contracts for Difference ("CFD") and Foreign Exchange ("Forex") trading carries a high degree of risk.
The amount of initial margin is small relative to the value of the position so that transactions are ‘leveraged’ or ‘geared’. A relatively small market movement will have a proportionately larger impact on the funds you have deposited. You may sustain a total loss of initial margin funds and any additional funds deposited with your broker to maintain your position in the market.