The major Swiss stocks

Just like French or American stocks, Swiss stocks have many advantages, since the country has some of the world's largest companies among its companies. It is possible to speculate on the Swiss stock market and thanks to the offers of online brokers who allow you to trade their prices with CFDs.

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The major Swiss stocks

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Why invest in the major Swiss stocks?

Investing in the Swiss stock market is of interest to many investors, especially those who wish to diversify their stock market investments and your trades.

However, the main advantage of stocks on the Swiss market is of course their attractiveness as an asset. Companies listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange, Switzerland's reference stock exchange, offer particularly attractive returns.

Moreover, some of these companies are multinationals or world-famous companies, which makes their analysis much easier since there is no lack of information about them and they are easy to find online.

The Swiss market also offers interesting volatility if you wish to take advantage of price movements over a short period of time, as can be the case if you adopt a day trading strategy using CFD contracts.

If you prefer to buy Swiss stocks as part of your stock market portfolio, you will benefit both from the dividends generated by these stocks and from fluctuations between the Swiss franc and the euro or dollar, which can generate additional gains.


Which Swiss stocks can you invest in today?

Online trading platforms or banks offering investment products are increasingly including Swiss stocks in the assets offered to their clients. Most often, the Swiss stocks you will be able to access are those that are part of the benchmark Swiss stock market index, the SMI.

These include some of the world's largest companies, such as Nestlé, Novartis, Adecco, Credit Suisse, Logitech, Swiss Life, Roche and UBS.

Of course, all of these stocks offer more information and data than securities of smaller companies. You will have no difficulty in finding their complete financial reports, information on their business activities or data on the management of these companies. This data is essential if you want to determine the direction of their price trends and thus implement your investment strategies.


The different ways to invest in the major Swiss stocks :

Let's now get down to the practicalities of how you can speculate on the price of the major Swiss stocks. Indeed and to make these investments, you have two possibilities.

Of course, you can acquire shares in this company through a bank financial investment product such as a securities account, a PEA or a CEA as long as your establishment or broker allows it. Here, the aim is to receive an annual dividend and possibly a capital gain on the resale of the securities. This investment method is preferably used for long-term investment strategies, taking care to ensure that the portfolio is well balanced according to developments on the Swiss stock market and the issuing companies.

The second way to invest in the Swiss market is to take a position on these Swiss stocks through Contracts for Difference or CFDs. These contracts are available on online trading platforms that require only a simple registration and allow you to bet on the rise or fall of these stocks without having to own them directly. The gain or loss here is represented by the difference in the price of the stock between the opening and closing of your position.


The information you need to trade Swiss stocks :

Of course, no matter how you decide to invest in Swiss stocks, you need to be able to comprehensively analyze these securities and their potential for development. In order to do this, you will need a wide range of knowledge about these stocks and the companies that issue them. With this in mind, we offer you a comprehensive fact sheet for each major Swiss stock with all the information you need. You will find in particular :

  • Information about the issuing company and its activities according to the share of income they generate.
  • Information about the sector of activity concerned by these securities with the major direct and indirect competitors of these companies.
  • Information on the partnership operations set up by these companies and the recent strategic alliances they have established.
  • General stock market data concerning the company's listing, including its market capitalization, the number of securities in circulation, the market and listing place or the associated benchmark stock market index and the business sector.
  • Finally, for each security, we will provide you with tips for carrying out your fundamental analysis with a list of the elements most likely to have an influence on its share price, which you can use in the news and future publications.