Fullerton Markets Partners with Fintech Company Trading Central

The alliance will allow Fullerton Markets to increase its product offering to its client base.

New Zealand retail broker Fullerton Markets announced on Thursday that it has partnered with fintech company Trading Central. According to the statement, the alliance will allow Fullerton Markets to increase its product offering to its client base.

Trading Central was founded in 1999. It is a global fintech company and multi-asset technical analysis research provider. 

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Wayne Ko, Head of Research and Education at Fullerton Markets.
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“We pride ourselves on offering world-class tools to our global base of traders and investors which can assist them in their trading decisions. Our partnership with Trading Central allows us to take our value offering to the next level,” Head of Research and Education at Fullerton Markets Wayne Ko said.

“Clients will be able to access daily trade ideas, downloadable indicators and daily market commentary recorded LIVE from the New York Stock Exchange. Additionally, the newsletters come in various languages like English, Chinese, Thai, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia and Vietnamese which is awesome for our clients based in South East Asia.

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“The global research team at Trading Central comprises of Senior Technical Analysts who provide round-the-clock coverage of equities, Forex, commodities and indices, publishing hundreds of strategies every single day. Their strategies are also published in Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, which add another layer of credibility for our clients. I’m really excited to have them on board.”

Asian dominance

Fullerton Markets is one of the fastest growing brokerage firms in Asia. It offers its clients direct access to the largest financial market in the world, and it provides liquidity from global banks and large ECNs including Credit Suisse, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, FXSpotStream, Hotspot, Barclays and J.P. Morgan.

Earlier this year the firm added a copy trading system called CopyPip which allows traders to follow experienced investor’s strategies and invest the same way as them. This type of system allows novice traders to follow more experienced investor’s strategies and as a result, start earning returns faster.

In addition, in February the company also added a Bitcoin funding method for client accounts after receiving a high level of requests. This gives its clients an alternative deposit method to fiat currencies.

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