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Apple Shares
SEDOL: B0YQ5W0 | ISIN: US0378331005 | Symbol: AAPL | Type: Share
Real-time stock price updates for Apple, technical analysis and fundamental analysis.

Fundamental Analysis Apple Share

Recognized as the most valuable company in the world, Apple was originally created as a small company for the production of computers in California in the 1970s. The founders - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. After several dozens of computers sold, in 1976, the company was officially registered.

Today, business is not only the production and release of digital devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook, iMac) and accessories to them, but the organization and the monetization of its own online services (iTunes, App Store, in the long term - iTV).

IPO Apple

Initial public offering of Apple shares made in 1980, on 12 December in the amount of 4,600,000. The starting price of the shares Apple was $ 22, but by the end of the day rose to 29 dollars. During its existence the company produced three split (1987, 2000, 2005) 1 to 2.

Capitalization Apple

Apple has been recognized as the most expensive brand in the world back in 2011, when its score was 309 billion dollars. At the end of February 2012 the market capitalization of the company exceeded half a trillion dollars. The main income from the sale of Apple gets his gadgets and accessories to them, as well as network services (business applications and digital goods - music, movies, books).

Apple shares are traded on the Stock Exchange NASDAQ and the London Stock Exchange. In early 2011, the total number of issued securities exceeded 921 million. The largest shareholder of Apple is a fund of Fidelity Contrafund, which accounts for 10.43 million shares. Earnings per share was 41.89. Dividends - 2.9%

Traders and investors can earn on Stock Apple using modern stocks exchange instruments such as: Contracts for Difference (CFD), and Futures on shares of Apple.

Trade Share CFDs with Plus500

There are numerous ways to gain exposure to the share market. These include Cash Equities and Derivatives, including CFDs. Over the past decade, trading Contracts for Difference (CFDs) has become increasingly popular. Trading stock CFDs allows customers to gain exposure to the price movement of different stocks without the ownership of the underlying asset. CFDs are by definition contracts between two parties (i.e. the provider and you) to pay the difference between the entry and exit price. It is classified as a financial derivative instrument as its price is derived from the price of the underlying asset.

CFDs have opened the world of trading to the masses due to its ease of access and lower costs. This has both brought a wave of interest to the stock markets. Thus, giving trading and the stock market a greater focus.

When trading CFDs, it is crucial to use a reputable and regulated provider, such as Plus500. This ensures pricing and transactions transparency, as well as various client money protection measures. In addition, regulated providers should disclose the risks involved and are not allowed to trick traders with get-rich-quick schemes.

Share CFDs Trading Example

Let’s take a look at a share CFD trading example with Plus500:

The price of one Facebook share is $50 and you want to enter into a CFD contract of 15 shares. 15 shares x $50 per share equals $750. With leveraged trading, you do not need to invest the full $750. With a leverage of 1:5, your initial margin requirement for this particular share CFD is 20%. You will have to deposit $150 which is 20% of the notional exposure of $750. You need to make sure to have enough money in your account to open and maintain your position.

If you think Facebook’s price will rise, you open a Buy position, and if you think it will fall, then you open a Sell position. You can choose to set stops to close your position automatically at a predetermined price. When you, or the stops added by you, close your position, the profit or loss will be added or subtracted from your account balance. If your position remains open after market close, you will be charged an overnight funding fee.

From the same account you can also choose to trade shares listed in many different markets, such as Nintendo, BP or Adidas without any extra requirements.