Multi-regulated FX and CFDs broker, BDSwiss, has expanded its service offering and trading products by incorporating more than a thousand new CFDs on stocks and exchange traded funds (ETF).
Often promoted as cheaper and better than trading in futures markets, CFDs on ETFs have become one of the popular investment vehicles that offer low-cost diversification and arbitrage options for retail traders.
The asset class typically tracks a stock market index and trades on an exchange so that it allows individuals to trade a basket of securities in a single transaction. Additionally, it creates the conditions for retail investors to trade the underlying asset with much better control of their exposure to risk margin.
“Extending our product range with over a thousand new CFDs on leading company stocks and ETFs from the world’s biggest stock exchanges including NYSE, Nasdaq and Frankfurt Stock Exchange just to name few, was one of our key milestones this year,” BDSwiss chief marketing officer, Drosoula Hadjisavva said.
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“Our newly-launched InvestPLUS account features some of our most competitive trading conditions yet, including dividend payouts and direct market access. Moving forward, we plan to continue to expand our CFD offering on the MT5, which has the potential to accommodate high-volume trading on more asset classes allowing for more diversification and flexibility when it comes to trading and investing.”
The broker broadens its product line, which also includes currencies, commodities, equities and indices, as clients’ desire to garner exposure to regulated markets has been increasing. The inclusion of new stocks, EFTs and CFDs, not only helps expand trading capabilities for its clientele but also attracts more traders that are looking to diversify their trading options.
BDSwiss has recently obtained a new regulatory license from Seychelles’ Financial Services Commission (FSA – Seychelles) under its newly-registered entity BDS Ltd.
Announced in July, the new license is an addition to the broker’s fleet of two other regulatory licenses from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), the Financial Services Commission (FSC – Mauritius).