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Uber IPO: Everything you need to know about the biggest IPO in years

Uber – the famous international ride-hailing company – is going public. Learn the key facts about the upcoming Uber’s IPO at Capital.com.

Alexandra Pankratyeva
Trading cybersecurity stocks: AI solutions and trendy stocks

Do you know which cybersecurity stocks and shares are leading the industry?

Drew McConville
Uber
Uber eyes a $90 billion valuation as it prepares for IPO

Uber, the company synonymous with ride-hailing technology, is due to float 180 million shares this week, as it hopes to target a valuation of $90 billion. Is the company on track to become the Apple or Amazon of transport, or is it another over-hyped tech stock?

Dan Atkinson
Penny stocks guide
Penny stocks for beginners: a complete guide

Penny stocks can bring great opportunities if chosen wisely. We are here to explain the phenomenon and get you up and running with some tips and tricks on how to trade penny stocks.

Valerie Medleva
Uber
Upcoming IPOs to watch out for in 2019

From Uber to Airbnb, take a look at the upcoming IPOs to watch out for in 2019.

Drew McConville
Your top questions about stock market indices

All you need to know about indices in one place. Read more about the world’s major stock market indices and trade them with Capital.com

Alexandra Pankratyeva


What is shorting?

Usually, when investing, you expect to profit from strong performance. However, there is a whole other class of traders, known as “shorts”, who do just the opposite to receive rather high returns. How? Let’s dive in and figure out what shorting is and how it works.

Valerie Medleva
How to trade in a bear market: use falling stocks to your advantage

Most of us know that we’ll survive a falling market, but few know that you can also prosper from it. In today’s trading, all you really need is movement. It doesn’t really matter if prices fall or rise – there is ample opportunity to make money. Here, we tell you how to stay on top of the next bear market.

Valerie Medleva
Quite contrary: is betting against the trend good sense or sheer arrogance?

The “contrarian” trader, one who takes the view that most market players are likely to be proved wrong, and trade accordingly, has been a familiar figure for a very long time. But are such traders right to ignore “the word from the herd” or is it a fact that, most of the time, “the trend is your friend?

Dan Atkinson
What is carry trading? Today’s trendy technique explained

“What is carry trading?”, we hear you asking. Here, we explain how it works, and how to benefit from it.

Valerie Medleva
Stock market for beginners: everything you need to know

Have you ever been interested in stock trading but didn’t know how and where to start? Are you tired of all these “stock market for dummies” articles? We’ve got your back: here is the ultimate guide to the stock market for beginners that will help you to stay on top of today’s financial world.

Valerie Medleva
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Looking for new indices? Try the US Dollar (DXI) or Volatility (VIX) index

Learn how to use volatility as a tradable asset and diversify your portfolio with two popular global indices: the US dollar (DXI) and Volatility (VIX) index.

Alexandra Pankratyeva
Bitcoin vs Ripple
Bitcoin vs Ripple: from founders to pump and dump schemes

Bitcoin vs Ripple. We take a look at these two major cryptocurrencies and explore why Ripple is so controversial within the crypto community.

Drew McConville
Cocoa
The top 6 soft commodities, their uses and how to trade them

Soft commodity trading has been gaining more interest among traders who are looking to diversify their typical portfolio of stocks and bonds. Commodity markets influence almost every aspect of our daily lives: from car fuel to grocery stores, commodities prices impact the global economy at every level.

Valerie Medleva
Coffee
Coffee: learning to trade the world’s leading hot beverage

If commodities in general tend to un-nerve novice traders, agricultural commodities can be particularly off-putting with uncertainties about harvests and the weather. But if you are properly prepared, then trading coffee should be no more stressful than making your morning cup.

Dan Atkinson