Axiory launches FCA-regulated CopyTrade app after adding stocks and ETFs

Rick Steves

“Investing is the birthright of every individual. Every person can take part in the vast markets and their endless opportunities and it doesn’t have to be a complex process”

Axiory has announced the launch of its social trading app just two weeks after launching a fresh new website.

Going by the name of Axiory CopyTrade App, the new feature complies with the UK Financial Conduct Authority and allows traders to copy successful strategies or become master traders and build a following.

Copy trading reduces risk for retail traders

Trading with the social trading app is perfectly customizable to size, budget, and risk management tools, and allows copy traders to close their positions whenever they deem necessary. As master traders, users can grow a following within and outside of the app.

Users can follow hundreds of strategies and mimic them into their own accounts, eliminating days of research and analysis. In return, master traders get a percentage of the returns.

Dominic Poynter, Marketing Director at Axiory, said: “The Axiory CopyTrade app has been a part of our strategy since 2020. We wanted to make trading even more accessible, and what better way to get into trading than to mimic the strategies of already established traders?.

“This is a chance for traders to expand their trading horizon and portfolio with the guidance of professionals and simultaneously take advantage of this environment to learn about strategies and the do’s and don’ts of trading”, he continued.

“Investing is the birthright of every individual. Every person can take part in the vast markets and their endless opportunities and it doesn’t have to be a complex process”, said Poynter, “in 2021 we can confidently say we offer everyone who’s passionate about trading, a full rounded experience with the ability to build a rich portfolio with CFDs, Stocks, and ETFs”.

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Axiory rebrands to accomodate expanding into multi asset broker

Axiory has recently rebranded with a fresh new website that represents the evolution of Axiory into a multi-asset brokerage with a modern approach to investments and finance.

The new look sports brighter colors and an entirely restructured user experience in the multitude of products and services Axiory has come to offer traders and investors over the last 10 years.

Axiory expanded into a multi-asset broker earlier this year by introducing stocks and ETFs on its dedicated investment account. “We aim to be as inclusive as possible, offering a variety of products and services. Not only does this cater to the needs of a wider audience, but it also allows every individual trader to expand their opportunities and dip into different markets through different platforms,” said Poynter.

The firm founded in 2011 started out as a derivatives broker offering access to Forex and CFDs, but the trading industry has changed a lot in the last ten years and so did Axiory, which added exchange-listed products to its offering.

Axiory offers a 50% bonus with up to 5000 USD in trading credit to give new and existing clients a “gentle push”.

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