CySEC-Regulated CFD Trading App Capital.com Launches New Website

Capital.com is also planning to roll out advanced new artificial intelligence features in the near future.

Mobile trading firm Capital.com has just launched its new website today, Finance Magnates has learned. The CFD-focused brokerage (contracts for difference) is operated by Capital Com SV Investments Limited, regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).

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The Capital.com app allows users to trade CFDs on commodities, stocks, and indices from their mobile devices. The firm’s accompanying educational app, called Investmate, offers supplementary educational content aimed at teaching amateur investors about investing best practices. The apps have been in beta-testing mode until now and the firm says that they will be officially launched very soon.

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The new website provides an overview of the apps, explanations of how to set up an account and trade, introductory courses, as well as a course on understanding the risks of trading. The website also includes a news section with market- and investment-related news.

Kira Bondareva

Kira Bondareva, Cyprus CEO, said: “We are pleased to unveil Capital.com’s new website. Its sleek design and informative content is entirely in keeping with our mission to provide an intuitive trading platform while educating our users so that they can make smart trading decisions.

We have an excellent, highly experienced team here at Capital.com, who are committed delivering a great user experience and operating according to the highest standards. We look forward to welcoming users to our app and site.”

The firm also says that its apps leverage advanced artificial intelligence technologies to deliver comprehensive trading-related content in a personalized way. And the Capital.com team are planning to roll out more advanced new AI features in the near future.

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