Axiory Global has introduced a direct investing solution through its new Alpha Account – available in the MetaTrader 5 platform. Clients can now speculate on some of the world’s biggest companies, including Netflix, Tesla and Google.
The new Alpha Account offers more than 100 stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). These include big names from technology, pharmaceuticals, transport, and energy, including McDonald’s, Microsoft and Disney.
Axiory’s latest trading account follows the recent introduction of the MT5 platform, which comes with a host of customisable indicators, financial news, an economic calendar, plus automated trading capabilities. The platform is also available as a free mobile trading application.
Roberto D’Ambrosio, CEO and Director of Axiory Global, commented: “There are moments in a company’s lifetime which are considered milestones, turning points, which raise the company to a greater level. This is exactly what the new Alpha account means for Axiory.”
Dominic Poynter, Marketing Director of Axiory Global added: “We are committed to delivering valuable product offerings to our clients. With global stocks and ETFs, we help our clients in expanding their portfolio and in taking the advantage of having different market opportunities.”
Axiory is a global forex and stockbroker that’s licensed with the IFSC in Belize. In addition to the selection of stocks and ETFs, a suite of CFDs is available on precious metals and energies.
Spreads start at just 0.2 pips on major forex pairs while commissions come in around $6 per lot with the Nano account. Axiory is also popular among investors looking to use leverage, with rates up to 1:777 available.
As well as the popular MetaTrader solutions, the broker also offers the cTrader terminal. Clients have the option of both desktop and mobile investing with customer support on hand during major trading sessions.
Axiory has made strides in recent months to enhance the trading experience for aspiring investors, introducing the MT5 platform and now a long list of stocks and ETFs. Check out our broker review below for more details.