easyMarkets Introduces New US & European Shares
CySEC-regulated easyMarkets has introduced new shares to help traders balance portfolios. Investors will now be able to take positions on some of the largest publicly-traded companies in the United States and Europe. This comes after the broker recently launched its Bitcoin base currency account.
The latest stocks will be welcomed by traders from multiple jurisdictions and available to all live account holders using the MT4 platform. Clients will be able to use the platform’s 30 built-in indicators and 2,000 free custom indicators to analyse the new stocks, alongside automated trading capabilities.
Commenting on the announcement, easyMarkets stated “Our latest update brings some of the World’s most active and popular shares to the robust trading platform preferred by experienced traders. This gives our traders even more strategic choices and more news as both stock markets and public companies share a lot of data regarding earnings, costs, and even news regarding services and products.”
Prospective clients can also now open an easyMarkets account with Bitcoin as the base currency. Traders can deposit, withdraw and manage their accounts in BTC. This offers a seamless trading experience for active crypto investors.
easyMarkets was founded in 2001 and holds multiple licenses with various regulators, including the CySEC and ASIC. The broker offers an interesting selection of products, including CFDs, vanilla options and forward options, in addition to stocks and currencies.
A host of payment solutions are available to traders, from credit and debit cards to Skrill, Sofort and UnionPay. Floating spreads are offered with sub 1 pip spreads available on major FX pairs. Leverage rates are capped at 1:30 for traders in Europe while global investors can access leverage up to 1:400.
easyMarkets is a familiar name in the retail trading space. An extensive portfolio of financial assets is available to clients alongside an impressive selection of new US and European shares. Prospective users will also be pleased to see the introduction of a live account with Bitcoin as the base currency.