iFOREX adds non-leveraged CFDs for long-term investment goals

Rick Steves

“This expanded selection of non-leveraged stock derivatives provides an even more level trading field for traders of all degrees of experience, while equipping them with more potential opportunities to achieve their long-term investment goals.”

The BVI-based operation of iFOREX has expanded the offering of trading instruments on its CFD platform to include a wide range of non-leveraged stock derivatives and cryptocurrencies.

The FX and CFD brokerage headquartered in the British Virgin Islands made the new selection of non-leveraged products available to traders in the Latin American market.

The new range of instruments includes a variety of shares and cryptocurrencies including Apple, Intel, Tesla, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and many others.

In 2021, iFOREX added 70 non-leveraged instruments to its offering available through its proprietary platform, FXnet. The move pushed the total number of such instruments to around 100.

In regard to the new product expansion, the broker was unclear how many new non-leveraged CFD instruments were added and how many are now available for investors.

Non-leveraged trading ideal of long-term investment goals

Since non-leveraged instruments are executed at a 1:1 ratio (margin:deal size), this offering is intended to provide increased opportunities to traders with long-term investment goals by lessening market exposure and portfolio risk, as well as exempting clients from overnight financing fees on long positions, which can maximize the amount of time they can hold onto instruments without incurring maintenance or holding fees.

Non-leveraged instruments are suited for both traders with a large volume as well as medium-small traders who prefer lower-risk investments.

“This expanded selection of non-leveraged stock derivatives provides an even more level trading field for traders of all degrees of experience, while equipping them with more potential opportunities to achieve their long-term investment goals”, said a spokesperson of the BVI-based entity iFOREX.

“As a broker focused on providing clients with exemplary trading conditions as well as access to education, we believe clients both old and new will be able to take advantage of the impressive range of non-leveraged instruments on offer, in addition to our already broad and diverse selection of tradeable CFD instruments and forex pairs.”

The British Virgin Islands-based entity of iFOREX is operated by BVI FSC-authorized Formula Investment House Ltd. The broker has been around for over 25 years.

iFOREX also has a CySEC-authorized entity that caters to users residing in the European Union and complies with all rules and regulations in effect, including lower maximum leverage on CFD products than what is allowed in the British Virgin Islands.

The broker has recently launched a new educational channel, Trading Rooms, which provides users with access to top investment experts as they look to open live CFD trading deals on forex, cryptocurrency, shares, indices, and commodities.

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