Plus500 Invest offers a straightforward terminal for trading shares from major global exchanges, including in the US, UK, Germany and more. The user-friendly platform offers advanced tools for market analysis alongside a transparent fee structure.
Plus500 has added another string to its bow with its new share-dealing solution.
Clients can buy and sell over 1,400 financial instruments allowing for portfolio diversification across geography and sector.
Clients get access to a string of advanced trading tools with Plus500 Invest.
Traders can use customisable charts and drawing tools, alongside email and push notifications ahead of key market events.
The interface itself has been stripped back with a clean, intuitive terminal to facilitate straightforward trading on the financial markets.
The new trading platform offers competitive pricing and commissions for active stock traders.
Unlike many competitors, there are zero deposit and withdrawal fees, account inactivity charges, or custody fees. Clients also won’t be charged for market data and insights.
The CEO of Plus500, David Zruia, had this to say of the new share dealing platform:
“Our long-term ambition is to enable simplified, universal access to financial markets as we continue to transition into a global multi-asset Fintech Group.
We are thrilled to be already making significant progress in delivering this vision, with the recent launch of Plus500 Invest and the acquisition of Cunningham and CTS, both of which ensure that Plus500 can offer customers a diversified portfolio of products.”
Plus500 is a leading global trading brand listed on the London Stock Exchange.
With close to 15 years of experience in the retail trading markets, the group has thousands of active clients spanning multiple continents.
New users can get started with a $100 minimum deposit and 24/7 customer support is available in 32 languages. Leverage is capped to 1:30 for retail clients, though professional traders can negotiate higher rates.
Plus500 is already among the best online trading brokers and its latest share-dealing platform, Plus500 Invest, will help the brand move into mainstream stockbroking.