Want to trade shares, options, futures, CFDs or Forex yourself?

Sep 16, 2011

Mr Taxman has arranged with executing and clearing company Halifax Investment Services Ltd the opportunity for you to trade in stocks, options, foreign exchange, contracts for difference (CFDs), as well as futures in the Australian, American, European and Asian markets.  Halifax Investments Services have their own 24 hour dealing and adminstrative support desk during market hours.

Click on the box below for your secure account application.  You have the ability to open an account so that you can trade as an individual (sole trader), joint (partnership), trust, company or via a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF).

4 steps to opening your own account

Happy trading!  Just remember that if you can't buy low and sell high ... then just buy high and sell higher!

 

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