GO Markets adds Hong Kong market assets to trading offering

Rick Steves

Over the last 15 years, the GO Markets Group has expanded its success globally and is now licensed in multiple with regulated entities in Australia, Cyprus, UAE, Mauritius, and Seychelles.

GO Markets, the regulated Australian retail FX and CFD broker, has included Hong Kong market assets listed on HKEX into its offering, available for trading via MetaTrader 5.

The addition of HKEX instruments is in line with GO Markets’ mission to offer traders the best possible experience. The trading firm has previously added ASX and US shares to its trading offering.

Khim Khor, Director at GO Markets, commented: “The new HKEX product range broadens the list of available trading instruments and enables access to new markets, widens the opportunities and provides advanced volatility options. Since new shares are available through MetaTrader 5, clients can additionally benefit from the speed, efficiency and powerful tools, which can make trading as enjoyable as possible.”

The range of assets listed on the Hong Kong Exchange that will be available for GO Markets’ clients can be traded via MT5, which equips traders with fast and efficient position control possibilities with its advanced order management, price analysis, and charting tools.

GO Markets, which was founded 15 years ago, has introduced Trade View’s algorithmic trading platform in 2020. Trade View X offers clients its 3 main tools: EA Lab, EA Tester, and EA Analyser.

Traders are able to turn their ideas into live automated models, build, test, and trade them within the familiar MetaTrader environment without a single coding line required.

Trade View’s patent-pending Image Recognition technology allows traders to build what they see on the charts into an automated model.

The EA Tester and the EA Analyser can be used to test the models and verify their potential for live trading before running them as fully automated trading systems.

Go Markets has recently signed with Chelsea Football Club as their Official Online Trading Partner in its first move into international sports sponsorship.

The firm is one of the longest-standing and most reputable online brokers in Australia. Over the last 15 years, the GO Markets Group has expanded its success globally and is now licensed in multiple with regulated entities in Australia, Cyprus, UAE, Mauritius, and Seychelles.

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