IC Markets Rolls Out 950 New Stock & Crypto CFDs
Multi-regulated IC Markets has upgraded its suite of trading products with exposure to a long list of global companies along with popular digital currencies Chainlink, Stellar and Polkadot.
Clients can now speculate on huge brands from Ralph Lauren and Coca-Cola to Covid manufacturer BioNTech and eCommerce platform Shopify. US-based shares are available alongside European, UK and Asian equities. With 950 new stock CFDs to choose from, this is a major upgrade to the broker’s offering.
IC Markets has also introduced three cryptos that have surged in popularity in recent months; Polkadot, Chainlink and Stellar. All have experienced significant volatility, offering traders with a healthy risk appetite an opportunity to generate profits. The latest tokens will sit alongside other major cryptos available on the MT4 and MT5 platforms, including Bitcoin, Ripple and Ethereum.
IC Markets’ CEO, Andrew Budzinski, had this to say of the upgrade “We listened to our clients, and we have responded with these latest additions. We will continue to grow our product offering in line with what traders want while giving them the best possible trading conditions and the lowest possible spreads.”
About IC Markets
IC Markets is an ASIC-regulated trading provider operating in multiple jurisdictions around the world. With a string of awards under its belt, the brokerage is a popular choice among active stock and crypto traders. Clients can make use of dozens of drawing and analysis tools on the MetaTrader solutions as well as the cTrader terminal.
24/5 customer support is available alongside automated trading capabilities and a choice of trading accounts, including ECN solutions. Generous leverage rates up to 1:500 are available to retail traders and clients can deposit and withdraw funds from a long list of payment solutions.
IC Markets is already an established name in the retail trading space and this product upgrade is likely to attract further investors.
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