Capital.com Trading Review & Tutorial



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Picture this. The stock markets are up 50% in the past 12 months. Crypto is going crazy. There is so much money to be made right now, and I am going to show you how.

Today I’m offering my review of Capital.com, the trading platform I’ve been using for more than three years. In this video, I’m going to walk you through the process of opening an account with Capital.com step-by-step, and before the end of the video, I’m going to share the details of a single trade that turned $234 into $5,000 over the past five weeks. And no, it’s not crypto.

So if you’re ready to get started, click the special referral link above so you can skip the line and open your account with me in real time. Let’s do this.

1. Signup
Click here to sign up:
After that, if you’re on desktop, click Trade Now, and if you’re on mobile, click Try Free Demo. Enter your email, navigate through the signup questions, answer the skill-testing questions (watch the video if you need help with those), choose the CFD account type, choose your currency, upload your ID and address verification, and then you’ll be in the platform.

2. Dashboard
You can switch between dark and light mode, see your key metrics, go to Demo Mode, change your leverage options, look at detailed charts and insights, and deposit money into your account using debit cards, credit cards, bank transfers, Apple Pay, and more.

3. Trading
There are tons of assets you can trade with Capital. You can trade stocks from stock markets all around the world, ETFs, indices, crypto, tons of forex pairs, commodities, and more. You can choose to trade either with leverage or without leverage, but I’ll show you a few ways you can trade with leverage now, because that’s where Capital.com becomes truly powerful.

4. Bitcoin
Let’s say you want to buy 20% of one Bitcoin. If you buy it when the price of Bitcoin is $50,000, that 20% would normally cost you $10,000. If you buy it with leverage of 20:1, though, you only have to put up $500, and Capital.com will invest the rest for you. Now if you set your take profit when Bitcoin hits $60,000, you’re going to make a profit of $2,000: 20% of the difference between $50,000 (when you bought the Bitcoin) and $60,000 (where you sold the Bitcoin). So in that case, you’re going to 5x your money.

5. Forex
Let’s say you want to buy forex with leverage. With Capital.com, you can buy forex at 500:1 leverage, which means you can buy €1,000,000 for just $2,400 when the price is at 1.20 Euros to the dollar. It was at 1.20 just a couple of days ago, but today it’s nearly at 1.22. If you bought that €1,000,000 at 1.20 and sold it at 1.22, you would have made a profit of $20,000. If you bought it at 1.17 (the price from 5 weeks ago) and sold it at 1.22 (the price today), you would have made a profit of $50,000. Even if you aren’t comfortable with those numbers, you can make your trade smaller by a factor of 10 and still get the same results: your $234 investment will lead to a $5,000 profit.

If you’re ready to get started with Capital.com, click the special referral link above to skip the line, create your account, and start trading in less than 5 minutes. If you run into questions, leave them in a comment and I’ll help you out. Talk to you soon!

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20 thoughts on “Capital.com Trading Review & Tutorial”

  1. I chose spread betting instead of CFD. Is that going to be an issue for me going forward?
    I am an absolute beginner and have not made one trade yet.
    My intention is to watch lots of videos like this one and use the demo account for a few weeks until i feel confident in using the app.

  2. Hi, I'm new to Investing but is there a way to get only dividend without any fees or overnight fees, And what is the use of Leverage is it necessary???

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