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    ACY Securities Enhances Offering, Increases Share CFDs for MT5 Traders

    Abstract:Clients will be able to access more than 200 new share CFDs. The company aims to facilitate its clients with a wide range of financial products.

      

    ACY

      Sydney-based award-winning financial broker, ACY Securities announced the expansion of its offering with the addition of over 200 new share CFDs for MT5 traders today.

      In total, 202 new shares and ETF CFDs have been added to facilitate clients through a wide range of financial products. The latest addition of CFDs across the companys Share and ETF offerings includes the addition of 130 ASX stocks, 28 Nasdaq stocks, 27 NYSE stocks and 17 ARC ETFs.

      To meet the growing demand for financial trading products, ACY Securities has expanded its offering significantly in the last 12 months. In 2021, the company nearly doubled the number of Share CFDs and added hard commodities.

      Ashley Jessen, the Chief Operating Officer at ACY Securities, said: “We have always led the way with the greatest number of shares and ETFs on offer through MT5. We continue to listen to our clients, who are demanding more every month. Our clients are constantly connected to the markets and have streaming news services flowing through all their devices. As a result, opportunities pop up constantly, and our commitment to our traders is to ensure they can trade all the best opportunities from the one trading account as soon as the trade comes up.”

    Trading Products

      ACY Securities offers trading services in different financial products, including FX, Commodities, Indices, Shares and ETFs. In the latest announcement, the multi-asset trading services provider outlined the importance of a wide range of trading options for portfolio diversification.

      “There isnt a more empowering feeling for a trader than when a solid trade opportunity comes up, you jump into the platform, see the stock is available to trade, and take a position. That is what empowers traders to feel comfortable with their broker and is the number 1 reason we strive to deliver more instruments, more regularly,” Jessen added.

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    • British Pound
    • Hong Kong Dollar
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    • Norwegian Krone
    • New Zealand Dollar
    • Polish Zloty
    • Russian Ruble
    • Saudi Arabian Riyal
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    • Singapore Dollar
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