ACY Securities adds share CFDs of Japanese and Hong Kong stocks to MT5 offering

Rick Steves

“Our expanded range of over 2,200 instruments, now including the new Japanese and Hong Kong Single Stocks, not only provides our clients with greater opportunities to trade the markets, but also serves as the perfect complement to our full range of Forex, Indices, and Commodity CFDs.”

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ACY Securities has announced a significant expansion of its CFD offering available on MetaTrader 5 with the addition of share CFDs of Japanese and Hong Kong single stocks.

The move solidifies the ASIC-regulated brokerage firm’s commitment to providing clients with a diverse range of opportunities to trade as demand for share CFDs continues to grow among MT5 traders.

“Perfect complement to our full range of Forex, Indices, and Commodity CFDs”

Available on ACY Securities’ MT5 platform for all account types, the Japanese Stock Exchange (TSE) offers 50 Share CFDs, featuring renowned companies and household names such as SoftBank Group, Sony, and Rakuten.

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSX), in its turn, presents 123 Share CFDs from top companies including BYD, Bank of China, China Telecom, and Baidu.

Ashley Jessen, Chief Operating Officer at ACY Securities commented “We are thrilled to enhance our clients’ trading experience by broadening our range of available share CFD options. With the increased market volatility in recent times, investors are seeking more options to hedge their portfolios effectively. Our expanded range of over 2,200 instruments, now including the new Japanese and Hong Kong Single Stocks, not only provides our clients with greater opportunities to trade the markets, but also serves as the perfect complement to our full range of Forex, Indices, and Commodity CFDs.”

The addition of share CFDs of Japanese and Hong Kong listed stocks follows the recent launch of 311 share CFDs across various exchanges, including the FSE (Frankfurt Stock Exchange Germany) and LSE (London Stock Exchange England) on ACY Securities’ platforms.

The broker has most recently launched a new feature on its website that provides comprehensive trading reports exclusively to its existing clients. ACY Securities is part of the ACY Group of companies which includes ACY Partners, ACY Advisory, ACY Connect, ACY Live, and Zerologix.

No-code automated trading on ACY Securities

Last year, the multi-asset broker ACY Securities partnered with Capitalise.ai to allow its users to fully automate trading strategies without leaning on any technical skills, using no-code free-style English text input, and getting alerts and insights on the go.

Capitalise.ai’s auto-trading and AI based platform turns simple English text rules entered by traders into custom algorithmic trading strategies that can automatically provoke alerts and be instantly executed.

Its quick business expansion is a testament to the quality of the offering at a time when brokers look to further facilitate access to trading. A few years ago, retail traders were required to learn the .mql programming language or similar if they wanted to be successful in quantitative trading. That is no longer true, thanks to technology provided by firms such as Capitalise.ai.

Capitalise.ai’s capabilities are also being leveraged by Interactive Brokers, FXCM, FTX, and Eightcap, among others.

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