Baxia Markets expands 2000:1 leverage to more countries, adds weekend trading and MT5 education

Rick Steves

“Today’s traders seek flexibility, an extensive range of options, and educational support that empowers them to make informed trading decisions. At Baxia Markets, our commitment is to deliver all this and more.”

Baxia Markets has unveiled a series of enhancements aimed at providing traders with a more comprehensive and flexible trading experience.

The company’s latest developments include an expansion of leverage offerings, increased instrument diversity, weekend trading options, and an enriched suite of educational resources.

One of the standout features of Baxia Markets’ expansion is the extension of its extremely high 2000:1 leverage ratio to several new countries. This strategic move empowers traders to open larger positions with a modest initial deposit, significantly amplifying their potential returns…as well as potential losses and risk of blowing up accounts.

Nash Wadud, CEO of Baxia Markets, said: “Today’s traders seek flexibility, an extensive range of options, and educational support that empowers them to make informed trading decisions. At Baxia Markets, our commitment is to deliver all this and more.”

Forex, commodities, indices, and cryptocurrencies

Baxia Markets is now offering an even wider array of trading instruments, allowing traders to diversify their portfolios like never before. In addition to traditional currency pairs, traders can explore new opportunities in forex, commodities, indices, and cryptocurrencies.

This expansion caters to the evolving needs of traders who are looking for diverse investment options. Furthermore, Baxia Markets has introduced weekend trading options, granting traders expanded access to markets at their convenience.

Hannah Rivera, Chief Operating Officer of Baxia Markets, added: “Traders demand market accessibility on their terms, which is why we are pleased to introduce weekend trading options for the first time.”

MetaTrader 5 (MT5) educational series

Baxia Markets firmly believes that an educated trader is a successful trader. To support trader success, the company is rolling out an extensive suite of educational resources.

These resources include webinars, guides, and a specialized MetaTrader 5 (MT5) educational series. The MT5 series is designed to help traders make the most of the rich features of the renowned trading platform.

Rachael Williams, Head of Customer Experience at Baxia Markets, commented: “We are investing in educational content that not only covers the fundamentals but also delves deep into advanced trading strategies and platform functionalities.”

Baxia Markets operates within a stringent regulatory framework, placing a high priority on the security and transparency of its clients. The company holds licenses from the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles and The Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB).

Baxia Markets offers MT5, MAM/PAMM, and API Solutions

In May, Baxia Markets launched access to MetaTrader 5, MAM/PAMM, and API Solutions in a move that expands the CFD brokerage firm’s product offering and improves its client experience as part of a brand refresh.

Experiencing massive Asian market interest and customer expansion over the last few months, Baxia also rolled out local bank funding methods across Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam and is working on adding Singapore, India, as well as LATAM markets.

The CFD broker offers two types of trading accounts which are BX Standard (STP), and BX Zero (ECN). The standard account spread starts from 1 pips and doesn’t apply trading commissions. Whereas, the zero spread account spreads are as low as 0 pips and applies a $5 commission per lot round turn. Baxia doesn’t charge trading commissions on indices, futures, spot metals, and spot energies.

Baxia Markets is a member of the Financial Commission

Earlier this year, Baxia Markets took a significant step forward in its commitment to maintaining a transparent and secure trading environment for their clients by partnering with the Financial Commission. As an official member, Baxia’s focus on transparency remains unwavering, ensuring that their clients receive a seamless and trustworthy trading experience.

By collaborating with the Financial Commission Baxia Markets pledges to uphold the highest standards of integrity, ethical conduct, and regulatory compliance in the global financial market. This strategic partnership not only solidifies their reputation as a trustworthy broker but also reaffirms their commitment to providing unparalleled customer service and a secure trading platform for investors around the world.

Baxia Markets was founded in 2020 by chief executive Nash Wadud, who joined the FX/CFD industry in 2007 as Sales Manager at US-based retail FX giant FXCM. In 2011, he joined ASIC-headquartered CFD broker Pepperstone as Head of US Operations before establishing his own CFD brokerage Baxia Markets in 2020.

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