FXOpen expands CFD offering with 33 ETFs on tech, mining, energy, and more

Rick Steves

As contracts for difference products (CFDs), these ETFs provide exposure to their market price and volatility, which can be maximized by raising the leverage ratio. FXOpen offers a ratio of up to 1:5, which is identical to that offered to its stock CFD products. 

FXOpen has expanded its already vast CFD product offering with the launch of 33 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in order to jumpstart 2022.

The fully regulated, multi-asset forex and CFD brokerage FXOpen wants to be ahead of the curve as the year starts and there’s nothing better than widening the options for its users in a time when ETFs have taken a critical role in the investment strategy of retail and professional traders.

FXOpen offers a leverage ratio of up to 1:5 on ETFs

Accessible via FXOpen’s trading platform, TickTrader, the 33 new ETFs range from technologically advanced innovators in automation and robotics, automotive battery technology, minerals, and mining companies and the traditional and alternative energy sector.

As contracts for difference products (CFDs), these ETFs provide exposure to their market price and volatility, which can be maximized by raising the leverage ratio. FXOpen offers a ratio of up to 1:5, which is identical to that offered to its stock CFD products.

The FX and CFD broker has gone multi asset through CFD products a long time ago, offering equities, commodities, and crypto as traders looked to diversify their markets and gain exposure to the most popular asset classes each year. The multi product facilities are served via high quality in-house infrastructure.

Gary Thomson, Chief Operating Officer of FXOpen UK, said: “It is essential that FXOpen continues to provide a fully comprehensive product range to our discerning clients who are increasingly looking for interesting funds to trade. We are committed to ensuring that all of our valued clients are able to access a multi-asset portfolio of up-to-the-minute products and be able to trade them via our world renowned platform which offers class leading execution. To stay ahead of the game, ETFs that focus on current technology and physical products are an essential part of a modern trading environment.”

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TickTrader made available to all clients

In mid-2021, FXOpen has made TickTrader available to all clients after a successful one year trial. The trading platform was developed in partnership with Soft-FX in order to provide a high level of customization, the true depth of market, quality liquidity, and trade execution.

TickTrader features Algo-Studio, which allows advanced users to automate their trading routine with EAs. Its main functions include backtesting with algorithmic trading systems optimization function and customized technical indicators and trading systems development.

The trading platform offers a completely customizable trading experience with more than 1200 advanced trading tools at their disposal, offering sophisticated data analysis for their trading strategies.

Founded in 2005, FXOpen is a highly established ECN broker, offering ECN, STP, Micro and Crypto trading accounts, with brokerages in London, Cyprus and Australia, regulated by the FCA, CySEC and ASIC respectively.

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