Trade CFDs on the best EU and US stocks
Contracts for difference (CFDs) allow you to take cash equity positions in stock markets, without many of the typical costs associated with owning physical shares. Trading CFDs with IMMFX allows you to gain cost-effective, flexible, and geared exposure to some of the best stocks in Europe and the United States.
The advantages of trading stock CFDs with IMMFX
Trade CFDs on Facebook, Google, McDonald’s, and many of the most active European and Amercian stocks, with 10% margin and no swap (interest) or stamp duties. Trade 1 lot for 1 share on both rising and falling markets, with commission of 1% of trade/notional value, as well as easy profit and margin calculations.
- Licensed broker
- 1 lot = 1 share
- 10% margin
- No swap or stamp duties
- Fast execution
- Easy profit calculations
- Low commissions
- MetaTrader 4 platform
- Safety of funds
- Deep liquidity
Who is CFD trading for?
CFDs are derivative products not regulated on any exchange. They are margined products that only require you to put up a portion of the actual value of the trade you wish to do. When the position is closed you pay or receive the profit or loss made on the trade. As such, stock CFD trading is best for:
- Traders who are knowledgeable about the financial markets and actively trade.
- Traders seeking to add flexibility to their investment capital through leverage.
- Traders who want to capitalize on short-term market volatility without needing large capital.
- Risk-taking traders who seize opportunities to benefit from both falling and rising markets.
IMMFX offers CFD trading on the following European and American stocks:
Stock Trading Contract Specifications
Trade CFDs on Facebook, Google, McDonald’s, and the most active European and American stocks, with a 10% margin and no swap (interest) or stamp duties. Trade 1 lot for 1 share on both rising and falling markets, with a commission of 0,8% or 0,008 of the trade/notional value, as well as easy profit and margin calculations:
Margin * = number of lots × market price × 10%
Profit = (close price – open price) × number of lots
Commission = number of lots × market price × 0,008
*Note: If the margin is in EUR, then it will be converted to USD on the Platform automatically.
Below are the available stocks, and their respective trading sessions (listed in GMT+3 server time):
Example 1 with US stocks:
If you buy 15 lots of NFLX, Netflix stock at 477.35 USD, then the margin would be: 15 x 477.35 x 10%, which means the margin would be 716.025 USD.
With the same 15 lots of Netflix stock, and open and close prices of 487.17 USD and $467.54 USD, respectively, your profit would be (487.17 – 467.54) x 15, which is equal to 294.45 USD.
The formula for the commission is 15 lots x 477.35 USD x 0.008 = 57.28 USD.
Example 2 with EU stocks:
When you buy 20 lots of SOGN.PA, Societe Generale stock at 14.63 EUR per lot, the margin would be 20 x 14.63 x 10%, or 29.26 EUR. If the exchange rate is 1 EUR = 1.17 USD, then the margin reflected on the platform would be 29.26 x 1.17, or 34.23 USD.
Using the same exchange rate and stocks, with an open price of 14.09 EUR and a close price of 14.42 EUR, the profit would be: (14.09 – 14.42) x 20, which is 6.60 EUR or 7.722 USD on the platform.
The commission would be 20 lots x 14.63 x 0.008 = 2.34 EUR. Then, using the same exchange rate, the commission will appear on the platform as 2.73 USD.