With CMC Markets Stockbroking you have direct access to the global markets through a variety of investment products available on our stockbroking platforms. Capitalise on opportunities from all over the world, with access to international shares, SSX-listed securities, ETFs and more to develop a truly diversified investment portfolio.
Having the ability to trade internationally opens up a world of investment opportunities that may be far more diverse and abundant than those in your local market. Globalisation has opened up international markets, meaning that it's now possible to trade on instruments in regions and economies that may be outperforming local instruments due to factors like a weakening stock market or national downturn. Diversify your portfolio and access industry sectors not available on the ASX
It’s never been more convenient to invest in well known global brands like Google, Amazon, Netflix, Facebook and more. Easily trade on eight international exchanges, including; US, Canada and Singapore with further exchanges rolling out over the coming months. Trade online with your existing account either on the standard or Pro stockbroking platforms, and our mobile apps. To learn more about the changes, new features and benefits read our FAQs. Plus, familiarise yourself with this new product using our helpful standard platform guide.
With a CMC Markets Stockbroking account you get access to both domestic and international markets. You can invest internationally through a variety of investment options, including:
With the ability to trade the Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) – previously APX – you’ll have access to investment opportunities in growth-orientated companies across Australian and Asian equity markets.
mFunds provide access to unlisted managed funds that incorporate different asset classes and market sectors without the wrap platform costs and associated paperwork. They also provide easy access to international markets without the usual expense. Learn more
Access the global market and achieve diversification with exchange-traded funds (ETFs). ETFs can provide you with exposure to all the companies within a specific index in one transaction, allowing you to track companies within a certain sector or country. ETFs can be easily traded, much like shares, and are generally considered to be low-cost funds when compared to other unlisted managed funds. Learn more