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Investing in Aramco Stocks

The world’s largest integrated oil and gas company, Aramco has grown consistently ever since its foundation. 

Investors who wish to take part in this growth have now another option for profiting: Aramco Stock CFDs.

A CFD trading account is a convenient way to access Aramco’s increasing share value and dividend benefits.

Aramco: Key Financials

Net Income

$ Billion

Capital Expenditure

$ Billion

Dividends paid

$ Billion


*: First six months of 2022. Source:

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You can trade CFDs for major company shares in the world with DB Investing - including Aramco stocks!

Accessing stock market is usually difficult. But trading Aramco stocks is much easier with a CFD account. You can start in minutes!

CFD market is your safe shortcut to accessing top company stocks! All you need is to fund your account and choose a stock to invest. Our experts are ready to help you get started!

Start with $1000 deposit
No commissions or hidden fees
Possible profit from rising and falling prices
1:5 Leverage: Your capital is 5 times more valuable

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CFD is a contract for difference. It is an arrangement made in financial derivatives trading where the differences in the settlement between the open and closing trade prices are cash-settled. There is no delivery of physical goods or securities with CFDs.

CFD traders speculate on the price moving up or down. Traders who expect a price increase will buy the CFD, while those who expect the opposite will sell it.


CFDs track the price of an underlying asset. But investors don't receive any physical assets. CFDs are traded on margin, allowing leverage to the investors. So, a smaller capital is required to invest in CFDs compared to the underlying asset. Traders can take long or short positions; profit or loss from both price movement directions are possible.


High leverage magnifies losses as well as gains. So, risk management is a must. Traders should work with a regulated broker for safety and funds protection. Also, CFD markets are volatile: your positions can be liquidated quickly in case high leverage is applied.

CFD trading is a popular investment method of speculating on the live price of a financial asset. Traders open short or long positions in CFD markets, speculating on the price of an instrument. It can be  a currency pair, a single stock, an index or a commodity.

Trading CFDs means you don’t have to take ownership or delivery of the item. No physical transaction is done during a CFD trading transaction.

To given an example, CFD traders don’t buy the stock; they just open a position in the CFD market based on its price. If they speculate correctly, they profit.

An investment method of speculating on the live price of a company's shares.

Traders open short or long positions in CFD markets, speculating on stock prices.

Trading CFDs means you don’t have to take ownership or delivery of the stock paper. No physical transaction is done during a CFD trading transaction.

You don’t buy the stock; you just open a position in the CFD markets based on the underlying asset. 

Accessing stocks market may be hard. There are entry fees, geo-restrictions and more. However, stock CFDs are relatively easier to access. You just need a CFD trading account. Opening a live trading account usually takes between 1-2 business days, involving certain security checks by the broker.

As a principle, stock ownership grants profit only when the stock price increases. But CFD traders can potentially benefit from falling stock prices, as well as rising prices! Your profit or loss is determined by how accurate your speculation is.

Trading stock CFDs doesn't grant share ownership. But you are still eligible for dividends.

No, CFDs are derivative products. Its value is based on the underlying asset (in this case, a company stock) but you don't purchase the stock.

No, you can trade as many shares as you want, provided that you have enough balance in your account.

CFD traders do not own company shares but they are still eligible for dividend payments, similar to stock ownership.

If you have an open "buy" position before the ex-dividend date, you are eligible for a dividend payment.

CFD brokers obtain live prices via liquidity providers. Same factors that drive stock prices up or down are valid for stock CFDs as well. Demand and supply play a key role.

Based on market expectations, share prices may increase or decrease. Similarly, its CFD price changes as well. Ultimately, a company’s success is the driving force behind the stock price.

Dividend payments also play a part. Upcoming dividend announcements impact the price of a company’s shares.

*: By signing up, you give your consent to be contacted about our offer. Our agents will tell you about the order. If you choose to proceed, you may apply for a CFD trading account with one of the securities brokerage companies that partner with Advertissio. Based on your location, the securities brokerage company may decline your application for a live account.

Risk Warning: Trading in Forex, CFDs, Commodities Indices and any other underlying variables involve a high level of risk. Such Financial Products may not be suitable for you, and you should make certain that you understand all the risks involved.

Aramco is a trademark of Saudi Aramco, officially the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, a Saudi Arabian public petroleum and natural gas company based in Dhahran. The name and the logo belong to Aramco. We use it without an endorsement or recommendation by Aramco.

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