What is the purpose of this site?

If you decide to trade on an exchange, you have two options. The first is to trust the manager. This method is suitable for those who do not have the time or desire to invest on their own. The second option is to do everything yourself: develop a strategy for investing money and take responsibility for the transactions.

However, it will not work just to come to the exchange and trade on your own. You will need a broker - an intermediary between the investor and the issuer, that is, between you and the company whose securities you plan to buy. A broker is a company that is licensed to operate in the stock market and has the right to transact in securities for an investor.

What to learn and what to check when choosing a broker:

1. License

2. Financial indicators

3. Reputation

4. Risks

5. Conditions

But instead of you, our employees studied these aspects. The analysis was carried out. And they posted this report on our website.