Trade CFDs on 900+ of the Biggest Companies this Earnings Season with HotForex

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Traders with the internationally acclaimed multi-asset broker HotForex can trade CFDs on the stocks of over 900 companies during Earnings Season with tight spreads, flexible leverage, negative balance protection and the many other advantages that have made it an honest, open and transparent broker of choice to over 2.5 million traders around the world.  

What is Earnings Season?

Earnings Season refers to the 6-week period when companies release their quarterly corporate earnings for review and assessment. October is typically the final Earnings Season of each year, with the other three being in January, April and July, the months after most major companies’ fiscal quarters.  

What are the biggest companies reporting in October 2021?

Hundreds of companies will report their earnings this season, with almost all of them available to trade with HotForex as a part of its 900+ CFDs on DMA Stocks. The current top companies by market cap include:

  • Apple ($2 trillion market cap) 
  • Microsoft ($2 trillion market cap)
  • Alphabet Inc ($1 trillion market cap)
  • Amazon ($1 trillion market cap)
  • Facebook ($900 billion market cap)

How can traders prepare for the Earnings Season?

The Earnings Seasons introduce additional volatility into the markets and bring as many risks as they do opportunities, and therefore it is recommended that traders take extra measures to protect their capital during these periods.

The HotForex team of market experts has created a wide range of educational materials to help traders enhance their skills, which include videos, written materials and live webinars every week on topics ranging from Risk Management to The Importance of Trading Plan to How to Improve Your Trading Mindset.

To learn more about HotForex, please visit their website here.

About HotForex  

With its origins dating back to 2010, HotForex is the brand name of HF Markets Group which encompasses global and regulated entities which are operating as multi-asset brokers offering both retail and institutional trading services to clients from around the world. HotForex is continuously establishing its position as a market leader, a fact affirmed by:

  • Over 2,500,000 Live Accounts Opened
  • More than 50 International Awards
  • Client Support in 27+ Languages
  • Top Fund Security Measures

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