Axiory Global Launches New Stocks and ETFs Trading Account for MT5August 11, 2021
Axiory Global, a foreign exchange (forex) broker, has announced on Wednesday the official expansion of its product offering by launching a direct investments account within the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform. According to the press release published by Metaquotes, the so-called Alpha Account will enable investors to buy stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
The announcement comes after the company enabled MetaTrader 5, which is now available for Axiory customers. “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,” Roberto d’Ambrosio, CEO and Director of Axiory Global, pointed out about the new offering.
The brand-new account will also offer over 100 stocks from some of the world’s biggest and famous companies, including Apple, Pfizer, Netflix, Disney, Google, Tesla, Microsoft, McDonald’s, among others. “We are committed in 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,” Dominic Poynter, Marketing Director of Axiory Global, commented on the announcement. However, although the broker stated that it would offer a “variety” of ETFs, it didn’t specify an approximate amount of assets that will be included on such a portfolio.
Axiory Global is a member of the Financial Commission, together with other companies like Alpari, Forex4you, FXTM, Libertex, MTrading, Roboforex, among other blockchain-related firms. Last year, as the oil became an attractive asset to invest amidst volatile price action at that time and the pandemic outbreak, Axiory launched new oil products – US Oil Index and UK Oil Index.
Also, the broker was the first to go to market with IS Prime’s new products that aim to combat negative oil prices while still giving traders exposure to the asset.
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