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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Shares

What is the difference between buying physical and CFD shares?

When buying physical shares, you acquire all the rights of a shareholder, including the right to vote, the right to receive dividends and in the event of the company's dissolution you have the right to a liquidation balance. When trading CFDs, you do not buy the shares themselves. In practice, this means that you do not become the owner of the company's shares and you do not have the right to vote, nor the right to a liquidation balance in the event of the company's dissolution.

Can I "shorten" the price when trading physical shares?

No, when buying physical shares, you trade with Zetano only in one direction - for an increase in the price of shares.
Frequently asked questions

CFD Shares

How can I trade CFD shares?

After successfully opening an account, uploading the necessary documents and having them approved, you can start trading. Download the trading platform to your preferred device, such as a computer or tablet, and log in by using your credentials. Then all you have to do is choose which shares of the company you want to trade.

What instruments do I have available if I choose to invest in shares?

You can invest in CFDs of world-renowned companies, such as technology giants as Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Tesla, shares of oil companies, such as Saudi Aramco, and companies providing streaming services, such as Netflix, Disney and many others.
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CFD Indexes

What influences the development of the price of CFD indices?

When investing in CFD indices, you should have in mind that the price of the company's shares, which are in the index, is affected by a number of economic, political (elections, new laws, etc.), but also natural factors (drought, floods, etc). Macroeconomic data such as inflation, interest rates, unemployment and economic growth and other factors that can cause significant positive or negative movements in stock markets, also play ar role.

How do I start trading indices?

After successfully opening an account, uploading the necessary documents and having them approved, you can start trading. Download the trading platform to your preferred device, such as a computer or tablet, and log in by using your credentials. Then all you have to do is choose which index you want to trade.
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CFD Commodities

How can I start trading commodities?

After successfully opening an account, uploading the necessary documents and having them approved, you can start trading. Download the trading platform to your preferred device, such as a computer or tablet, and log in by using your credentials. Then all you have to do is choose which commodity you want to trade.

What instruments will I have available if I choose to invest in commodities?

The commodity market allows trading in energy commodities, such as oil or natural gas; precious metals, which include gold, silver, platinum, palladium and others; as well as agricultural commodities, such as wheat, corn, rice, cocoa, coffee and many other crops.

How does the price move in commodity markets?

When negotiating in commodity markets, investors should take into account a number of factors that may affect the price of individual commodities, such as the weather and the associated harvest, the resulting market supply, demand, macroeconomic performance, political situation, but also the business behavior of other investors in the market.
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CFD Forex

What does it mean when a currency pair is in the "majors" category?

Pairs from the "majors" category are the main currency pairs, which include the four most popular trading pairs - EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY and USD/CHF. EUR/USD (euro / U.S. dollar), nicknamed "Fiber", is the most traded currency pair in the world, which formed 25% of foreign exchange transactions in 2019.

Why are currencies always traded in pairs?

There are always two currencies in a currency pair, because they are divided into the "base currency", which is always listed on the left, and the "quote currency" or "counter currency", which is listed on the right and sold in order to buy the first one.
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Risk warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 63.64% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.