ACY Securities expands offering further, committing to have the largest number of share CFDs for MT5 traders

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ACY Securities has recently expanded its number of share CFDs on offer for MT5 traders, cementing its commitment to offering the greatest number of share CFDs of any MT5 broker.

ACY Securities has recently expanded its number of share CFDs on offer for MT5 traders, cementing its commitment to offering the greatest number of share CFDs of any MT5 broker. The Sydney-based, award-winning broker announced today that clients would have access to more than 200 new share CFDs.

The company aims to provide its clients with the broadest range of financial products, allowing them to strike when the opportunity arises. And with volatility picking up across the Forex, Indices, precious metals and cryptocurrency markets, there has never been a better time to provide deeper access to more products.

ACY is pleased to announce the addition of the following CFDs across our Share and ETF offerings:

  • ASX stocks increased from 295 to 425 (130 more)
  • NYSE stocks increased from 820 to 847 (27 more)
  • NASDAQ stocks increased from 456 to 484 (28 more)
  • ARC ETFs increased from 114 to 131 (17 more)

In total, another 202 share and ETF CFDs have been added, providing even greater access for their traders.

Ashley Jessen, Chief Operating Officer at ACY Securities, said in a statement to the media today, “We have always led the way with the greatest number of shares and ETFs on offer through MT5. We continue to listen to our clients, who are demanding more every month.

Our clients are constantly connected to the markets and have streaming news services flowing through all their devices. As a result, opportunities pop up constantly, and our commitment to our traders is to ensure they can trade all the best opportunities from the one trading account as soon as the trade comes up.” 

He added, “There isn’t a more empowering feeling for a trader than when a solid trade opportunity comes up, you jump into the platform, see the stock is available to trade, and take a position. That is what empowers traders to feel comfortable with their broker and is the number 1 reason we strive to deliver more instruments, more regularly.”

This update comes off the back of a recent announcement where ACY doubled the number of instruments from 800 to over 1600, combined with the choice of MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5 platforms.

Explore ACY’s full range of markets, including the new share and ETF CFDs here.

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