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US Share CFDs

Trade 50 of the world’s largest and most exciting companies as a CFD on Fusion’s MetaTrader 5 platform. True to our mission of lowering the cost to trade, for a limited time, Fusion is proud to offer a wide range of US share CFDs with zero commissions. Yes, that’s right. No commission.

What are Share CFDs?

Share CFDs allow you to go both long and short in some of the biggest US companies, free of any commissions.


Think Tesla is overvalued? Go short and profit from any fall. Keen to buy Apple shares before the next iPhone launch? Go long and benefit from a rising share price plus any dividends. And with up to 20:15:1 leverage, you’ll see your buying power go further for less.

Why Fusion Share CFDs?

Zero Commissions
Most brokers charge $5-$10 per trade for US Share CFDs. True to our mission, we're waiving our commissions for a limited time.
Go Long and Short
Unlike cash equities, with Share CFDs, you can profit from both rising and falling share prices. This could be a great way to hedge your own stock portfolio should you wish.
No Monthly Data Fees or Minimum Account Fees
Live US market data with no monthly account fees or minimums.
Trade some of the world’s leading companies
Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, Microsoft – trade 50 of the world’s leading and most exciting companies all with low costs.

US Share CFD Products

Company Ticker Code Name Exchange Digits Stop/Level Contract Size Currency Min volume per click Max volume per click Leverage Trading hours (NY Time)
AAPL APPLE INC. NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
AMZN AMAZON.COM INC NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
TSLA TESLA INC. NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
GOOG ALPHABET INC-CL C NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
FB FACEBOOK INC-A NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
GOOGL ALPHABET-A NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
NVDA NVIDIA CORP NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00
PYPL PAYPAL NASDAQ 2 0 1 USD 1 500 5:1 20:1 Monday-Friday 09:30-16:00

FAQs

How are Share CFDs different to cash equities?
In a standard share transaction, when buying a share or multiple shares, you will need to have 100% of the value of the shares immediately. Let’s say you want to buy 1 Alphabet (Google) share at $2000 USD. You will need the full $2000 upon entering the trade. In a Share CFD transaction, your margin requirement is 5%20%, meaning you only have a margin requirement of $100 (5%*$2000)$400 (20%*$2000). With a Share CFD, the costs are generally lower and your dollar can go further.
How does it work?
Let's say you wanted to buy shares in Apple Inc. Please see the below example.
Buying Apple Inc Shares
Underlying Price
133.37/133.39
Our Price
133.37/133.39
Deal
Buy at 133.39
Deal Size
20 shares
Initial Outlay
$533.56 USD
$(Margin = exposure x 20% margin factor) 133.39 x 20 x 20%
Close Price
Sell at 136.25
Commisson p/share
No Commission
Profit
$57.20
Increase of $2.86 x 20 shares
Now, let's say you wish to sell or go "short" Microsoft shares. Please see the below example.
Selling Microsoft Shares
Underlying Price
252.38/252.40
Our Price
252.38/252.40
Deal
Sell at 252.38
Deal Size
100 shares
Initial Outlay
$5047.6 USD
(Margin = exposure x 20% margin factor) 252.38 x 100 x 20%
Close Price
Buy at 250.10
Commisson p/share
No Commission
Profit
$228.00
Increase of $2.28 x 100 shares
What are the commissions on US Share CFDs?
For a limited time, true to our mission of lowering your costs to trade, we've decided to waive all commissions on US Share CFDs.
Are there any other fees?
Each day, depending on whether you are long or short, you will need to pay overnight financing charges. These are updated daily and are available within your MetaTrader 5 platform.
Will I receive any dividends?
Yes, if you are holding shares on the long side, you will receive any dividends that are owed to you. Similarly, if you are shorting (selling) shares, you will be deducted the equivalent dividend.
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