FX/CFD and Crypto broker Quantfury launches fractional trading of stocks, ETFs, commodities

Rick Steves

“Quantfury is advancing its unmatched trading and investing conditions further by making it even more affordable to Quantfurians out there. Fractional trading mode opens up more trading opportunities to the Quantfury global audience of more than 400,000 Quantfurians.”

Quantfury has announced the launch of fractional trading on its commission-free platform covering more than 1500+ stocks, ETFs, and commodity futures contracts.

Customers will now be able to buy and sell fractional shares of all stocks, ETFs, and commodity futures contracts at their real-time US and European exchanges spot prices with zero commissions and borrowing fees.

Fractional trading is available on all Quantfury trading platforms, including iOS, Android, and on the Quantfury web platform. All stocks, ETFs, and commodities listed on the platform are eligible.

Fractional trading opens up more trading opportunities to “Quantfurians”

Daniel Muvdi, Head of Markets at Quantfury, said: “Quantfury is advancing its unmatched trading and investing conditions further by making it even more affordable to Quantfurians out there. Fractional trading mode opens up more trading opportunities to the Quantfury global audience of more than 400,000 Quantfurians.”

Quantfury was founded in 2017 and has since grown to cater to over 400,000 users in more than 56 countries. The broker does not serve residents in the United States, Canada, the Bahamas, and the British Virgin Islands.

The FX and CFD brokerage offers access to real-time prices of 1,004 stocks, 45 crypto pairs, 44 ETFs, 6 index futures, 6 commodity futures, and 24 Forex pairs.

While trading through Quantfury is over-the-counter, the firm says it sources real-time prices spot prices from relevant global exchanges, such as NYSE, NASDAQ, BATS Europe, CME, Binance, and Coinbase.

According to the broker, its nearly 430,000 users have traded nearly $4.5 billion over the last 30 days.

Quantfury is a trademark by Quantfury Trading Limited, authorized and regulated by Securities Commission of the Bahamas, Brokerage license no. SIA-F204. The firm also holds a digital assets and wallet provider licence (FCSPA NO. F-034).

According to past experience, 73.62% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs at real-time spot prices of global and crypto exchanges free of any fees with Quantfury.

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