Stocks represent ownership in a company and constitute a claim on part of the company's assets and earnings. They are also known as shares or equity. When you own a stock of a company, you essentially own a piece of that company. The more stocks you own, the larger the portion of the profits and assets you're entitled to.
Stocks are traded on exchanges and their prices fluctuate based on supply and demand dynamics, influenced by the company's performance, economic factors, market sentiment, and other variables.
Trading options is also a common security. However, due to the fluctuation of prices, it presents a higher level of risk. This means that the price of the stock will cause a dramatic change in the price of the option. MEXEM's advanced systems to trade options were built for professionals, offering a plethora of tools for advanced options traders.Scroll to top
Futures are financial instruments that are traded on the stock exchange. With futures, the seller is legally obligated to supply a certain asset at a future date when the price is set in advance, and the payment is made at the time the asset or commodity is submitted.Scroll to top
With warrants, the holder is entitled to buy the underlying stock of the issuing company at a fixed price until the offer expires. This grants the holder certain privileges to buy securities. Public companies usually offer this "as a gift" and as a mechanism to entice investors to buy stock.Scroll to top
MEXEM's Mutual Fund Marketplaces around the world offer our clients a large availability of funds at a low cost. MEXEM also provides access to 31, 531 no-load funds from over 285 fund families worldwide.Scroll to top