Kohle Capital Markets expands CFDs lineup to 200+ stocks

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Kohle Capital Markets (KCM), the leading international provider of online trading, has once again expanded its contracts-for-difference (CFDs) offering, this time with the addition of new products on its trading platform.

Kohle Capital Markets (KCM), the leading international provider of online trading, has once again expanded its contracts-for-difference (CFDs) offering, this time with the addition of new products on its trading platform.

KCM said it has introduced this popular asset class as it aims to capture the interest of several beginner and advanced traders. The new CFDs can be traded via its Metatrader 4 (MT4) trading platform, the broker explains, with low spreads and zero commission fees.

Moving forward, KCM clients will be able to invest across the globe with 200+ stocks, covering most of the world’s well-known brands. The list includes blue-chip stocks in the technology industry: Apple, Facebook, Google, Alibaba, Amazon, etc. World-renowned car companies such as Tesla, Ford, etc. It also incorporates more famous brands like Starbucks, Pepsi, McDonald’s, Disney, etc. 

The move marks an advanced stage of KCM’s decisive move into the surging retail trading arena. The new CFDs instruments are part of a wider offering from the multi-asset broker, with further instruments set to be added later in the year.

The introduction of new CFDs adds to the broker’s rapidly expanding suite of real stocks derivatives, following strong demand from clients over the past few months.

By trading stocks in the form of CFDs, traders have the opportunity to invest in their price without having to actually buy them. Furthermore, they can take advantage of a wide array of traditional trading tools such as high leverage and stop orders.

The massive range of volatility exhibited in these instruments creates an ideal environment for investors in CFDs, many of whom are looking for ways to buy into the markets’ bear run, just as they were able to bet against their rapid fall.

KCM nominated for many prestigious awards

Kohle Capital is focused on providing low latency, narrow spreads, and a limit-free trading environment for its clients. The company, which is regulated by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission, provides forex, commodities, precious metals, and Indices product investments. 

The addition of new assets comes hot on the heels of the broker’s participation in iFX EXPO Cyprus International Expo 2022. In this year’s edition, KCG ensured a dynamic involvement with both existing and potential clients throughout the prestigious event. The company was one of the expo’s critical participants to exhibit its range of technology and liquidity solutions. 

Meanwhile, KCM has been crowned the winner of the Best ECN/STP Trader Award from Dubai International Magazine in 2020. This was not the first award KCM has received over the last few years, capping the fact that the broker’s services to customers and partners are second to none. 

The brokerage firm won the Best ECN Dealer Award in 2021, the title of Top-10 most popular traders selected by users in 2021, and was also certified as a 5-star broker alongside other honorary titles. The nominations were based on spearheading groundbreaking achievements, superior performance, innovations, and progressive contributions in the online trading industry. 

Established in 2018, Kohle Capital Markets is an online broker that provides simple and easy access to forex, stocks, commodities and indices trading. The broker’s market-leading platform and convenient trading conditions suit a diverse client base. 

For further information, please visit our website https://www.kohlecapital.com/

High-risk investment warning:

Foreign exchange transactions (Forex) and contracts for differences (CFDs) are highly speculative and risky instruments, and may not be suitable for all investors. The trader may lose part or all of the investment capital, so he should not speculate with capital that he cannot afford.

The trader should be aware of all the risks associated with margin trading. So reading the full risk disclosure policy is desirable.

Restricted countries: Kohle Capital Markets does not provide services to residents of certain jurisdictions including the United States, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria and North Korea (North Korea). The information above is not suitable for distribution or use by anyone in any of the aforementioned jurisdictions. Such distribution or use may violate local laws or regulations.

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