Top 10 Most Safest Stock Exchanges to invest in the World

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Today it is not the same as it was years ago, it was not that long ago that if you wanted to buy shares, you would go to your nearest stock exchange but now, although some may be easier to buy shares in than others, there are dozens of stock markets available for you to consider putting your investments in.

Not all of these stock exchanges are as safe as others and so here we have listed what are probably the top 10 safest stock exchanges in the world to invest in:

10

Bombay Stock Exchange

Bombay Stock Exchange
Bombay Stock Exchange
  • Country: India.
  • Established: 1956

Located in Mumbai, this is the stock exchange that has the largest number of listed companies in the world. Although it is the oldest stock exchange in Asia, it was only recognized by the Indian Government in 1956.

9

Madrid Stock Exchange

Madrid Stock Exchange
Madrid Stock Exchange

 

  • Country: Spain.
  • Established: 1831

This stock exchange is also known as ‘Bolsa De Madrid’ and is the largest trading market in Spain. Although it is governed by one financial company, it represents 41 prominent financial institutes and is dedicated to dealing with sophisticated technologies.

8

Toronto Stock Exchange

Toronto Stock Exchange
Toronto Stock Exchange
  • Country: Canada.
  • Established: 1861

This is home to Canada’s major banks and is the third largest exchange market in North America. Operated by TMX Group Inc. it is probably one of the most important markets in the world for International mining and energy concerns.

7

Shanghai Stock Exchange

Shanghai Stock Exchange
Shanghai Stock Exchange
  • Country: China.
  • Established: 1891 renamed in 1904

Originally started in 1891 as a shareholders association, it was renamed in 1904 but due to China’s complicated financial policies, it is barely open to foreign investments.

6

Frankfurt Stock Exchange

Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  • Country: Germany.
  • Established: 1949

As well as dealing with 90% of Germany’s trade this stock exchange also deals with a very large portion of the European market. Although this has been operating in one way or another since as long ago as the 19th century, it only became prominent after WW11 in 1949.

5

London Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange
London Stock Exchange
  • Country: UK.
  • Established: 1801

This stock exchange has the motto ‘Dictum Meum Pactum’ meaning My Word is My Bond and is considered to be the heart of global trading. This stock exchange has been located in London since 1801 and in 2007 it merged with the Italian stock exchange to become the London Stock Exchange Group.

4

Euronext

Euronext
Euronext
  • Country: Belgium (Europe).
  • Established: 2000

First founded in 2000 with a blend of the Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam stock exchanges, it had subsidiaries in the UK, Portugal, France, Netherlands and Belgium. Merging with the NYSE Group in 2007 it is now considered the first truly global market.

3

NASDAQ

NASDAQ
NASDAQ
  • Country: USA.
  • Established: 1971

Founded in 1971 as the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations Systems, it now controls one third of the Dubai stocks plus eight European stock exchanges.

2

Tokyo Stock Exchange

Tokyo Stock Exchange
Tokyo Stock Exchange
  • Country: Japan.
  • Established: 1878

Now listing 2,414 companies, it did in 1990 hold 60% of capital in worldwide stock exchanges.

1

New York Stock Exchange

New York Stock Exchange
New York Stock Exchange
  • Country: USA.
  • Established: 1817

Although this stock market was founded in 1817 and is still going strong today, it did go through problems: Black Thursday – 1929, WW11 and 9/11.

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