Shares Trading


Stocks or shares shows a part of ownership of a company. They are issued to interested parties who are called shareholders. Shareholders receive part of the company’s profits in proportion with the number of shares they have under their name. When the company comes public, anyone is allowed to buy or trade stocks of the company. The only difference is that a trader doesn’t have the right of the vote.  

Why trading shares with Bitcoinwelt is a smart move?

Different Account types available

No two traders are the same, so we created three different trading accounts. Choose what is the best fit for you. If you are a newbie who never traded before, you better go for the first account, which allows you to start with a firm minimum of $250. Otherwise go bold with other accounts.

Stop Loss/ Take Profits Functions available

You cannot avoid risk in any area of your life. In trading either. But what you can do is manage risk in order to minimize it. Put the stop loss and take profit function in advance, and let the function execute automatically when the conditions you put are met.

Index Benefits

The most obvious advantage is index diversity. Trading experts advise trading indices as it was a trading strategy, because an index behaves like a trading portfolio where risk is diversified among stocks. Volatility and risk is averaged among the companies. If you choose to invest in just one stock inside of the index, then you will be dealing with the volatility of this stock only.

Negative Balance Protection

Trading comes with huge profits and huge unexpected events also. We ensure you for at least one thing, your balance will never go under zero. You will never lose more than you can afford. We make the maximum efforts to empower your profits, so keeping your balance on tracks is the minimum we can do for you.

What makes shares different from other assets?

Initial Public

"IPO stands for initial public offering and it represents the first time the company goes public. Being public allows the company to raise its capital value by attracting public investors to buy or trade its shares. The transition process from private to public leads the company to gain considerable profits from public interest. 

Follow On
Public Offer

"FPO stands for follow-on public offering and it represents the moment the company issues more shares after the time it has gone public. It might be done by the company itself and in this case the total number of stocks available is raised, or when one of the biggest shareholders sell them to other shareholders, and in this case there is no change in the total number of the shares available. "