Charlgate Ltd, an entity regulated by both the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), announced today that it has acquired the fxview.com domain name.
According to the statement released, fxview.com has been around for three decades, and Charlgate has acquired the domain for an undisclosed sum. Following the acquisition, the company is now offering retail-focused trading services via the URL.
In particular, Charlgate offers foreign exchange (forex) and contracts for difference (CFD) trading for European retail clients. The company provides this trading across a number of platforms, including MetaTrader 4 and 5, as well as ActTrader.
Charlgate Launches Retail Trading
Based on the company’s website, the main aim of its trading offering is to provide an institutional-like experience for retail traders. Charlgate will do this by offering multiple tools for traders.
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This will include Signal Centre’s trade ideas, chart pattern recognition by Autochartist and trade ideas by portfolio.com. Clients of fxview.com will also have access to trader tools by fxblue.
Commenting on the announcement, Daniela Egli, Director Charlgate Ltd said in the statement today: “We have acquired the premium domain, fxview.com, to represent our core values and industry leading products and services.”
Egli went on to say that the company’s main aim is to provide clients with a comprehensive trading experience. The company offers low commissions, thin spreads and a ‘clutter-free’ trading environment, Egli added.
fxview.com SEO Ranking
The acquisition of a longstanding domain name will be beneficial for the company in terms of search engine optimisation (SEO), ranking the company higher in Google.
Charlgate is headquartered in Limassol, Cyprus. The firm is regulated by CySEC under license 367/18 since 2018 and is a Member of the Investor Compensation Fund (ICF). The firm’s licence number with the FCA is 850138. The company also holds licences from other European regulators, such as CONSOB in Italy and BaFin in Germany, among others.