A stock, also referred to as a share or equity, is a stake in the ownership of a company. The more stock a shareholder owns, the greater their claim on the company’s profits. When trading derivatives with ِUW Investment, rather than purchasing or selling actual company shares, you are trading, virtually, on the shifting price of the underlying asset.

Stocks are traded on exchanges, marketplaces where investors can connect to buy and sell determining the stock value. Stock prices are based on a number of factors, such as supply and demand, or investor sentiment and expectations based on company earnings. For example, if a company has published record high results, this will positively influence the valuation of the company on the market.

Exploit the market movements of the world’s most competitive brands, investing in stocks from every vertical. Trade on the market movements of technology companies like google and Linked-In; food and beverage brands like Starbucks, or McDonalds; energy company’s like Gazprom or General Electric; online retailers like Amazon and Alibaba; auto industry leaders like Daimler and Toyota and many more.


Wherever you are in the world, you can reach out to a member of our experienced team of industry specialists, at any hour to receive friendly, professional guidance, and personal support, in your language, the second you need it.


Benefit from flexible leverage on each and every asset you trade. Take a greater share of the global market, and control a position up to hundreds of times the size of your initial investment.


Make your trades at home, the office, or on the move. Invest at your convenience, via your mobile, taking advantage of fresh market opportunities in real time, as soon as they emerge.


UW Investment offers a variety of online tools designed to help traders at every level hone their investing skills. Explore our packed education center to discover effective trading tactics, and acquire new strategies for successfully navigating the international forex and CFD’s markets.