Worldwide Country Guides
Day trading rules and legislation can vary greatly depending on the country you are trading in. While some countries share regulatory boards, their internal laws are always different concerning day trading and financial trading in general. This means it’s recommended that you look into country-specific rules before beginning trading.
Our team has researched and condensed this vital information in a series of country pages which are listed below. Within these articles, you will learn about the laws and regulations that affect each country and you can follow the law in relation to taxation, regulation and the general legalities of day trading as well as finding the best brokers for your location.
Shane’s contributions to the site have proven incredibly popular, and he’s been with us since 2014. Having a background as a Money Manager for five different brokers, three of them household names, it’s clear that Shane has the substance to back up the knowledge he shares.
Emily has written for us for 2 years, and with an education and career in economics, markets are something she understands. Working as a consultant for various financial institutions gives Emily the ability to devote a certain amount of her time to the site.
Charles has worked at brokers since he finished his studies at university. Starting as a Junior Trading assistant and progressing into a Business Development we’re delighted that he’s been part of the team since 2015.
Mauricio is a newer member of the team and a very welcome addition. He is a financial journalist and trader with over ten years of experience in stocks, Forex, commodities, and cryptocurrencies. This experience means he has an excellent understanding of the markets and current events.
Anatol has been writing for our news site for a year and is the newest member of our team. While he’s new to us, he’s certainly not new to trading with over 10 years’ experience being a professional financial journalist and working in the markets.