Trade Markets on eToro
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Trade Markets on eToro

There are hundreds of different financial assets to trade on eToro, across several categories: commodities, cryptoassets, currencies, indices and ETFs. Each asset class has its own characteristics, and can be traded using a variety of investment strategies. Some positions on eToro involve ownership of underlying assets, such as long (BUY), non-leveraged positions on stocks and cryptos. Other employ CFDs, which enable a variety of options, such as leveraged trades, short (SELL) positions, fractional ownership and more.  
How to Invest in Stocks in 5 Simple Steps with eToro
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How to Invest in Stocks in 5 Simple Steps with eToro

Whoever told you that getting started with stocks won’t work for you because stocks aren’t accessible is a liar — or, at least, very misinformed. Another common investment myth is that you will need a professional broker — whelp, also busted. You can do it on your own: you simply need a good platform, access to successful traders whom you can copy, and a small amount of cash to get started. While it can take time to reap the benefits of smart investing, breaking into the practice takes five simple steps.  
eToro FREE Investment Insurance of up to 1 Million
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eToro FREE Investment Insurance of up to 1 Million

eToro provides its clients with free insurance purchased from Lloyd’s of London, one of the world’s leading providers of specialist insurance, giving coverage of up to 1 million Euro, GBP, or AUD (depending on the region). The insurance is given automatically to all eToro clients — there is no need to register. The insurance covers claims of Eligible Clients (of eToro (Europe) Ltd., eToro (UK) Ltd. and eToro AUS Capital Pty Ltd.) suffering losses due to the unlikely event of eToro’s insolvency and in case of Event of Misconduct (as defined in the applicable Policy).   The insurance covers: (i) up to 1 million Euro, GBP or AUD (depending on the regulated entity); (ii) up to the aggregate limit purchased by eToro; and (iii) subject to an excess amount (as defined per applicable Policy). The insurance covers cash, all CFD positions, and securities. Note that cryptoassets trading (non-CFD) are not covered by the insurance, as set in the applicable Policy.
Forex Trading Guide for Beginners with eToro
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Forex Trading Guide for Beginners with eToro

There is no shortage of options when it comes to investing. From traditional stocks that have been around for decades to cutting-edge cryptocurrencies that are booming, there are plenty of markets out there into which you can dive. While you have probably heard plenty about crypto, stocks, indices and ETFs, you might not be as familiar with forex trading. And what might be even more surprising is that the forex market is the largest in the world! Does that pique your interest? In this guide, you will learn what the forex market is, what it takes to be a forex trader and important forex information for beginners to help you find your feet before taking the next steps towards actively trading currencies.
What is Investing? The Difference between Investing vs Trading with eToro
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What is Investing? The Difference between Investing vs Trading with eToro

The terms ‘investing’ and ‘trading’ are often used interchangeably. However, there are key differences between the two financial strategies. The goal of investing is generally to build wealth over the medium to long term. By contrast, the goal of trading is to generate profits in the short-term. In this guide, we take a look at the basics of investing and trading and explain how the two financial strategies differ.
Why Invest in Stocks? How to Profit from Stocks on eToro
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Why Invest in Stocks? How to Profit from Stocks on eToro

Investing in stocks can be one of the most effective ways to grow your wealth over time. While stocks can be volatile in the short term, in the long run they tend to provide much higher returns than other assets such as government bonds and cash savings. Interested in learning more about stocks and how to invest in them? This guide to investing in stocks is a great place to start. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the basics of stock investing and explain how you can invest in stocks through eToro.
eToro Tips for Investing Trading Online
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eToro Tips for Investing Trading Online

eToro is the trading platform I use.  It has some excellent features including copy trading.  In this post I'm going to share with you everything that is new for this year and how you too can get started trading and copy trading. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions or need any help getting started on eToro.
The Best Social Trading Platforms: eToro
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The Best Social Trading Platforms: eToro

Social Trading platforms are a great way to connect with other traders and learn more about the world of finance.  By following other traders, you can watch them, copy them and learn from them.  So what is the best social trading platform?  I've tried a bunch and this is my review of the best one I've found so far
5 Day Trading Tips for Beginners on eToro
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5 Day Trading Tips for Beginners on eToro

Day trading is probably the most popular trading strategy among individual investors. Daily fluctuations of the exchange rates and an opportunity to use a multiplier makes it possible to trade currency pairs, stocks and other assets on a daily basis. However, even the best trading strategy will deliver worse than expected results if applied incorrectly. Here are the top five tips to improve your day trading skills.
5 Simple Ideas to Improve Your Trading Results on eToro
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5 Simple Ideas to Improve Your Trading Results on eToro

Even the most experienced traders can sometimes find themselves financially underperforming. Occasional losses are inevitable, but if the losing streak is extending beyond measure, it’s only natural to ponder. When traders find themselves in this situation, it’s often because they’re stuck in a rut and are not sure what to do to improve. If this sounds like you, the first step is to work out the reasons why you may be underperforming, and the next step is to work out how to tackle the problem. If you’re not sure how to go about it, this article explains what you can do to improve.