How to buy Boeing shares (NYSE: BA)

3. Understand the risks and charges

Trading can be seen as riskier than investing due to leverage. But investing also carries a risk – and there is no guarantee that your investments would increase in value, so you could receive back less than you initially invested.

Before deciding to trade in shares, you should take steps to manage your risk. We have courses at CAPEX Academy that take you through risk management and how to mitigate your exposure to risk in the financial markets.

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Our costs and charges for trading vary depending on the product that you use to take a position.

Boeing (BA) CFD Trading Conditions


  • Spread represents the difference between ASK price and BID price.
  • Future Rollover adjustment consists of the difference in price between expiring contract and new contract as well as the spread of the CFD.
  • Swap is the amount credited to or debited from an account where positions are held overnight.
  • Inactivity fee represents the monthly amount deducted if no activity is recorded for 12 months in an account.

For further information, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions and Charge and Fees.

4. Choose your trading platform and place your orders

To buy Boeing shares CFD with CAPEX Webtrader or MetaTrader 5 is very easy and intuitive. Opening an online trading account is as easy as setting up a bank account. Here are the steps:

Open an account or log in

First, create an account or log in on To open an account click the “Register” button and complete your details.

Once the platform is accessed, the registration process must be completed in order to operate with real money. Click “Complete the Registration and Start Trading”.


To log in, from the CAPEX website, click on “Login”.

Deposit funds into your account

To trade with a live account it is necessary to deposit funds. This is done from the platform itself by clicking on the “Add funds” button:

Also, it is possible to trade on a risk-free demo account with a balance of € 50,000, which is ideal for getting to know the platform and testing trading strategies.

CAPEX offers you different payment methods: debit cards, credit cards, bank transfer, skrill, and more.

It is noteworthy that CAPEX does not charge any fees or commissions for depositing funds.

Look for Boeing shares

To view Boeing shares (BA) real-time price and chart on the trading platform can click on the “Search” icon located in the left panel or by clicking on “Shares” and then select the instrument, in this case, Boeing.

Use the indicators and drawings to analyze the chart

Click the indicators icon and select your favorite ones. There are trend following, oscillators, volatility and support/resistance indicators available. To learn how many indicators to use and how to combine then visit the Technical Indicators section in CAPEX Academy.

Set up the order to buy Boeing shares

To buy Boeing shares CFD, click on the “Buy” button and a window is displayed to configure the purchase order:

The number of Boeing shares to be purchased must be entered and it is allowed to set up a Stop Loss to limit the potential loss, and/or a Take Profit to close a profitable position once the Boeing stock reaches a specific price. These orders can be configured based on price, pips, cash value, or percentage.

To proceed with the purchase, click on “Place Order“.

However, BA trading does not end here. You will want to check out the next step to make sure you are investing your money as well as you can.

Why Trade Boeing with CAPEX?

  • Advanced AI technology at its core: Whether they prefer the web-based and mobile-ready WebTrader or favor the highly popular MetaTrader 5, we make sure investors make effective use of fast and reliable trade execution speeds, complex order and risk management tools, advanced charting options, powerful research tools in collaboration with highly-regarded platforms such as Trading Central or TipRanks.
  • Trading on margin: Providing trading on margin (up to 5:1 for individual equities), CAPEX gives you access to the stock market with the help of CFDs.
  • Trading the difference: When trading Boeing CFD, you do not buy the underlying asset itself, meaning you are not tied to it. You only speculate on the rise or fall of the Boeing stock price. Online trading with CFDs is nothing different from traditional trading in terms of strategies. A CFD investor can go short or long, set stop loss, take profit, and apply trading scenarios aligned with their objectives.
  • All-round trading analysis: The browser-based platform allows traders to shape their market analysis and forecasts with sleek technical indicators. CAPEX provides live market updates and various chart formats, available on desktop, iOS, and Android.
  • Focus on safety: CAPEX puts a special emphasis on safety: – is a website operated by KW Investments Limited, which is authorized and regulated by the Seychelles Financial Services Authority, license number SD020. – is operated by Key Way Investments Ltd and is authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) (license no. 292/16).- is operated by JME Financial Services (Pty) Ltd and is authorized and regulated by the South African Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) (license no.37166) – is operated by Key Way Markets Ltd and is authorized and regulated by the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) Financial Services Regulatory Authority (license no. 190005).
  • Global partnerships: CAPEX is proud to be the Official Sponsor of Juventus, one of the most prestigious football clubs in the world, a football club that has a special place in the hearts of the people of Italy, with a strong legacy and a dedicated community.
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5. Stay up to date with the latest news and rumors about Boeing

Boeing is 105 years old and it is quite the biggest airplane-manufacturing company in the world with $93.39 billion in annual revenues. Its airplane ubiquitous 737 models have carried more than 16.8 billion passengers over its lifetime – which is more than twice the population of the globe.

Let’s find out what distinguishes Boeing from other airline companies and get to know some fun facts about the company.

Boeing’s Everett Factory Is the World’s Largest Building. located in Washington city, the Everett Factory spans a massive 98.7 acres.

Boeing builds satellites as well, some people assume that the company only makes jets, helicopters, and other aircraft, but this isn’t necessarily true. While Boeing’s specialty focuses on planes, the company designs and builds various other aerospace products, including satellites.

Boeing’s founder studied at Yale University; William Boeing founded the aerospace company in 1916, using the knowledge gained while attending Yale University. At the same time, William Boeing was working in the timber industry, where he also gained woodworking knowledge that would later prove helpful in the design of aircraft.

Boeing develops environmentally friendly planes named after Muppets characters; for example, “The Fozzie” is a plane with open rotors, however, the “Kermit Kruiser” is an aircraft that makes less noise during operation and consumes less fuel.

In 1934, Boeing transformed itself from a holding company into a successful aircraft manufacturer by focusing on single-engine airplanes.

In 1991, the U.S. Air Force selected a design from Boeing called Lockheed.


In 1995, Boeing partnered with Russian, Ukrainian, and Anglo-Norwegian organizations to create Sea Launch, a company providing commercial launch services sending satellites to geostationary orbit from floating platforms.

In 2003, Boeing was receiving many orders for its 787 Dreamliner model, a mid-range jet with Mach 0.85 speed, which matches the fastest wide-body long-range planes but with vastly improved fuel efficiency.

In 2008 and 2009, Boeing was the second in the list of Top 100 US Federal Contractors, with up to US$22 billion and US$23 billion respectively in contract value.

Between 1995 and early 2021, Boeing paid US$4.3 billion to settle 84 instances of misconduct.

In 2014 NASA awarded a commercial spaceflight contract to Boeing to finish the development of its CST-100 spacecraft to carry crews to the International Space Station.

In May 2020, the company cut over 12,000 jobs because of the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic with plans for a total 10% cut of its workforce or approximately 16,000 positions.

In July 2020, Boeing reported a loss of $2.4 billion due to movement restrictions as a result of the pandemic.

*Last update: November 2021. Source: Wikipedia

The Latest Boeing News:

  • BA 807.68 1.96 0.24% : Boeing, Inc. – Yahoo Finance
  • BA Stock Price | Boeing Inc. Stock Quote (U.S.: Nasdaq) | MarketWatch
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