July 26, 2021, | AtoZ Markets – Cypriot-based online CFD broker Plus500 recently announced the launch of its new stock trading platform, Plus500 Invest, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
The platform will offer clients a simple and user-friendly interface for trading popular stocks and exchange-traded funds. It will complement the existing CFD trading platform and provide users with additional analysis tools.
Unlike many similar platforms, Plus500 Invest will not charge any fees for deposits and withdrawals, inactivity, asset holding, dynamic charts and charts, market data and quotes, etc.
Plus500 Invest clients will be able to buy popular stocks
Thus, Plus500 Invest clients will be able to buy, sell and hold over 1,200 financial instruments, including the world's most popular stocks in major indices in the US, UK, Germany, and other countries. This will make it easier for them to diversify their portfolio both geographically and by sector when the global economy enters a post-pandemic phase.
The new platform will increase the total number of instruments available for trading from Plus500 to more than 3,700, while still providing clients with access to a wide range of CFDs on a variety of financial instruments, including stocks, indices, commodities, options, ETFs, foreign exchange and cryptocurrencies.
A clear platform for flawless trading
As a recognized fintech group listed on the FTSE 250, Plus500 is committed to providing its traders with the best experience.
Leveraging its cutting edge technology and proven capabilities to ensure maximum control over trades, the new Plus500 product will enable traders to plan their strategies with integrated analytic charts and drawing tools, and receive free email and push notifications of important market events.
Exciting times for Plus500
Having established itself as the leading CFD trading platform in 2021, Plus500 has used its cutting-edge technology to provide market access to a new pool of retail traders.
As AtoZ Markets earlier reported, Plus500 has completed the acquisition of Cunningham Commodities LLC and Cunningham Trading Systems LLC with a futures trading license. Thus, the company was able to offer its platform to US clients with the subsequent launch of Plus500 Invest in Europe.
David Troy, CEO of Plus500, said:
“Our long-term goal is to provide easy and universal access to financial markets and become a global fintech group. We are delighted to have already made significant progress towards realizing this vision through the launch of Plus500 Invest and the acquisition of Cunningham and CTS. They ensure that Plus500 can offer customers a diversified portfolio of products. ”
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