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A dividend is the percentage of profits that is regularly paid out by a company to its shareholders. The two most important dates related to dividend payments are the “ex-dividend” and “payment” dates. An ex-dividend date is the fixed day when the stock starts trading without the value of its next dividend payment. The payment date is when dividends are paid via electronic transfer or mail of relevant investors.


Public holidays

When trading on capital markets, it is important to know the dates of public holidays. This knowledge helps to forecast the market situation correctly and make better predictions.



A rollover means extending the contract’s open position until the next trading day. Some of the instruments offered are based on contracts with no specific maturity date, and therefore these must be regularly rolled over.


What are the differences between trading with currencies and trading with stocks or commodities? Here’s some information to take note of.

Currency pairs are always traded, with the Dollar/ Euro being the most popular pair among others such as the Japanese Yen, Swiss Franc and Pound Sterling.

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Apart from currency trading, it also makes trading with commodities and indices easy. The most commonly traded commodities are coffee, crude oil (petroleum) and gold.

For stock indices, the most popular among our traders is the German DAX index, others like London, Paris and New Your stock exchange indices are also popular.