Australian Westpac Broking have 191 years' experience helping their customers to achieve their financial goals through good times and bad. First Westpac Broking opened their doors for business trading originally as the Bank of New South Wales. From that single office in Macquarie Place, Sydney, Westpac has grown and prospered to become one of Australia's leading financial services organisations with more than 10 million customers. Westpac Broking is offering trading services with:
- Australian shares. Whether you're new to investing or looking for more sophisticated trading strategies, we’ve got the tools to keep you in control. And you don't have to go it alone.
- Options. Options are not just for industry professionals! They are highly versatile and can play an important role in any portfolio even if you are a conservative investor.
- Warrants. Using warrants to diversity your portfolio is a great way to increase returns while reducing risk. Warrants can assist you to achieve leveraged returns, diversify into a market or sector, protect the value of underlying assets or earn extra income. Warrants are available on a broad range of underlying securities, such as shares, commodities, currencies and indices, with different maturity dates and exercise prices.
- CFDs. Leverage your capital and enhance your trading ideas with CFDs.
- ETFs & ETCs. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) provide instant diversification at a low cost and offer all the flexibility of a share. An ETF tracks an index, a commodity or a basket of assets like an index fund, and enables you to invest in the entire index or sector with one single trade.
- Managed funds. Whether you're saving for a home, need a regular income or want to grow your wealth over the long term, BT offers a wide range of managed funds across all asset classes and different investment managers.
- Separately Managed Accounts. SMA are professionally administered investment accounts. They are similar to a managed fund, where the portfolio is managed in accordance with a specific investment strategy. The securities are visible, portable and as the investor, you remain the beneficial owner of the shares.
- What Are Broker Recommendations?
- Free Tickets to Trading & Investing Seminar & Expo ($18) Brisbane 2013
- Stock Calc App
- All About Warrants
- Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds
- Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds: Features
- Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds: Domestic ETFs
- Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds: International ETFs
- Exchange Traded Commodities
- Exchange Traded Commodities: In Summary
- How much Should I Pay for an Option?
- Options Trading: Time Value
- Options Pricing
- Why You Should Trade Index Options
- How to Weather out Flat Markets Using Options
- Australian Stock Scan
- Australian Online Share Trading
- List of Trading Books
- Interesting Thoughts about the Australian Dollar
- What's the Meaning of Hawkish?
- Do You Know How To Use the P/E Ratio
- Trading, Religion and Politics - Do They Have Anything in Common?
- Shares that are Volatile that Double and Half in the Short Term
- Telstra (TLS) T3
- Margin Call by E-mail
- The Cost of Holding a Position
- Lack of Disclosure: Compensation from ASX Listed Company
- Unrealistic Returns and Benchmarks
- CMC Markets Down
- Quality versus Quantity Forex Trading
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Date added 31-01-2013
- ASIC Fines CommBank's CommSec
Date added 25-09-2012
- Industry Super Network Calls to Ban High Frequency Trading (HFT)
Date added 22-09-2012
- NAB Launches Online Share Trading Platform
Date added 19-09-2012
- Reserve Bank of Australia Says 23 Countries Holding AUD
Date added 18-09-2012
- Australia Post Digital Mailbox
Date added 10-09-2012
- Winners and Losers of Trading for Week 2
Date added 16-01-2012
- 2012's First Week of the Best and Worst Traded Stocks
Date added 09-01-2012
- 2011's Last Best and Worst Traded Stocks
Date added 05-01-2012
- Best and Worst Pre-Christmas Traded Stocks
Date added 30-12-2011
- Trading Winners and Losers for Dec. 12-16
Date added 19-12-2011
- Best and Worst Traded Stocks for Dec. 5-9
Date added 13-12-2011
- Top 3 Best and Worst Traded Stocks
Date added 05-12-2011
- ASX Glitch Trading Halt
Date added 27-10-2011
- Worst Trade Stocks (and the Best)
Date added 06-08-2011
Top 150 Public Companies Listed on the Australian Stockmarket as at 29/05/2009
- BHP Billiton
- Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC)
- Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)
- National Australia Bank (NAB)
- Telstra (TLS)
- News Corporation (NWS)
- Woolworths Limited(WOW)
- Woodside Petroleum Limited (WPL)
- Rio Tinto
- Westfield Group (WDC)
- Westfarmers Limited (WES)
- QBE Insurance
- Newcrest Mining Limited (NCM)
- Origin Energy Limited (ORG)
- Santos Limited (STO)
- AMP Limited (AMP)
- Macquarie Group (MQG)
- Foster’s Group Limited (FGL)