Multi-regulated online broker, Axi, had extended its range of trading products with a selection of stock CFDs. The latest instruments can be accessed on the broker’s MT4 platform, available on both desktop and mobile devices.
New Equity CFDs
The contracts for difference are available on 50 leading companies in the US, UK and European markets. Included are the likes of Facebook, Netflix and Apple. This gives investors opportunities to profit from the rise and fall of some of the biggest household names.
Stock CFDs are rising in popularity, in part due to their derivative characteristics. Traders do not own the underlying shares, they simply take long and short positions depending on whether they think the value of the stock will rise or fall.
Axi’s Chief Commercial Officer, Louis Cooper, commented: “We’re extremely focused on helping traders find an edge in the markets, and Share CFDs will deliver a lot of high-quality opportunities for our clients”. The company’s CEO, Rajesh Yohannan, added: “Share CFDs are great standalone trading opportunities, but once you bundle in our no commission service and promotional offers it’s an extremely compelling package. We expect a lot of interest from both existing clients and new traders looking to find an edge with a trusted broker.”
CFD Trading On MetaTrader 4
Axi’s raft of CFDs are available on the world’s leading retail trading platform – MetaTrader 4. The desktop and mobile terminal comes with three execution modes, two market orders, four pending orders, two stop orders and a trailing stop. Its intuitive interface makes it a favourite amongst beginners and seasoned traders.
MT4 can be downloaded for free from the broker’s website and the respective app store.
Axi is a top-rated online broker with more than 60,000 customers in over 100 countries. Alongside equity CFDs, clients can trade a long list of currencies, popular cryptos, plus precious metals and energies. Floating spreads come in at sub 1 pip on popular forex pairs while leverage up to 1:500 is offered to qualifying traders.
Axi is regulated in Australia and the UK and offers a range of popular deposit and withdrawal methods, including credit and debit cards, Neteller, Skrill and bank wire transfer.
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