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Stocks that represent ownership in a company. We offer execution and trading in US markets and NON- US markets (some countries are not included).
Security traded as an equity but includes also Fixed Income components. The pay dividends but do not offer ownership. Could be very illiquid.
Securities that track indexes or other underlying securities and are traded and exchanged just like stocks and could offer daily liquidity.
Certificates negotiable issued by a US bank representing a foreign company (stock). These certificates are traded in exchanges and could offer daily liquidity.
Securities that are regulated by a European entity and behave more like an ETF.
Disclosure: Interest rate risk should be highly considered when investing in these securities. A principle of bond investing is that market interest rates and bond prices generally move in opposite directions. Lower credit rating the higher the risk and higher price volatility and could potentially lose all value.