The European stock market is attracting more and more online investors due to the volatility of its large stock markets, but above all due to the shares of large European companies, which achieve remarkable performances on a daily basis and favour relatively reliable and rapid profit. But how do you know which stocks are best to invest in? To find out, we decided to devote this article to the best European stocks in terms of online trading with some tips to help you make the right choice, and a list of the 10 best stocks of the moment.
Due to the diversity of the major financial centres in Europe, it's difficult to know which stocks to turn to when you want to invest online through derivatives such as CFDs.
We have established a list of the top European stocks likely to favour the most profit, classifying them according to their annual upward trend-line. These 10 selected stocks are interesting for taking medium and long term positions. We have of course focused our comparison on stocks integrating the calculation of the major European stock market indices, which are the ones that you are most likely to find on the online trading platforms of CFD brokers.
Here is a selection of 10 European stocks to follow at the moment because of their strong bullish potential:
Of course, these stocks are not the only ones of interest and you can also speculate shorter term on more volatile or bearish stocks.
Most of the shares on the stock market that you can trade online come from major international stock exchanges. Among the most interesting, there are those listed on European markets. To help you see more clearly we've decided to provide you with the list of European stock exchanges and some information about them. We'll also explain what a listing is in detail.
A listing, also called “financial centre”, is a physical or virtual place, on which various assets are listed. To be precise, these listings are in charge of the stock quotation of large European companies.
These financial centres are generally located in major European cities, recognized as being leading players in the economy. The cities are most often chosen based on their accessibility along with the infrastructure they have to facilitate trade and for their financial institutions.
Although many European financial centres are located in capitals, this isn't necessarily the case, as you'll see in the list below.
There are a lot more large European trading places than you would think at first. Here's the list of all the stock exchanges and possibly the stock index linked to them:
All good Forex brokers offer their users to trade on the European stock market through online CFDs. So, you can start speculating on the best European stocks by enlisting with one of them.