CFD Trading on Canadian Stocks

Canadian Stock Market

Canadian stocks are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). This stock exchange in its current form was established in 1934 as a result of the merger of the Toronto Stock Exchange (established in 1852) and the Standard Stock and Mining Exchange. In 1977, the stock exchange launched the world's first Computer Assisted Trading System (CATS), which is currently used in many marketplaces. The stock exchange is located in Toronto with a separate marketplace in Montreal. Now more than one and a half thousand securities with total capitalization of about $2.5 trillion are traded on the stock exchange. IFC Markets offers 48 most popular stocks to trade.


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Trade Stock CFDs and discover the benefits of CFD trading with IFC Markets

  • Maximum Leverage

  • MetaTrader4 & MetaTrader5: 1:20 (margin 5%)
  • On NetTradeX the leverage for Stock CFDs is equal to the trading account leverage (maximum 1:20).
  • 8 Stock Exchanges, 400+ Stock CFDs

  • We offer more than 400 Stock CFDs from 8 most popular Stock Exchanges from all over the world.
  • Commission

  • Starting from 0.1% of order volume, for US stocks - $0.02 per 1 stock and for Canadian stocks - 0.03 CAD per 1 stock. Commission is charged when position is opened and closed.
  • For NetTradeX and MT4, the minimum commission for a deal is equal to 1 of the quote currency, except for Chinese stocks with minimum commission of 8 HKD, Japanese stocks - 100 JPY and Canadian stocks - 1.5 CAD. For MT5, the minimum commission is determined by the account balance currency - 1 USD/1EUR/100 JPY (for US stocks only 1USD)
  • Stock CFD Dividend Correction = Stock Dividend

  • Holders of long (buy) positions in CFD receive a dividend adjustment equal to the dividend payment amount.
  • More details in "Stock CFDs Dividend Dates" page.

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You can calculate the result of trading and the margin using the Profit/Loss Calculator and the Margin Calculator. You may see the dates of regular corporate earnings release in Corporate earnings calendar.