BDSwiss Group has recently expanded its product offering with the launch of more than a thousand new CFDs including 80 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and over 900 leading stocks with direct market access (DMA).
Available exclusively on BDSwiss’ newly launched InvestPLUS account, the extensive new ETF and DMA stocks product range enables large volume traders to access innovative and low-cost investment products at some of the most competitive conditions in the industry. It should be noted that BDSwiss’ InvestPLUS account is currently only available for clients under certain jurisdictions, enabling them to speculate on over a thousand new CFDs on the world’s most advanced MetaTrader platform – the MT5.
BDSwiss’ InvestPLUS Account Benefits Include:– Wide range of over 1000 stocks and ETFs at direct market access
– The option to apply long-term strategies and hold open positions with no Expiry
– Low trading costs with ultra-low commissions from 0.1%
– Up to 1:5 leverage and stock dividends paid on long positions
Reduced Trading Costs Unlike CFDs on Stocks, which are not directly hedged in the underlying physical market, with CFDs on DMA Stocks, market participants are able to trade directly on the live prices of hundreds of brands including Amazon, Apple and Microsoft. Featuring some of the lowest commissions in the markets, BDSwiss’ 900+ new DMA stock range also enables traders to benefit from dividends paid on their long-term positions.
Addressing Traders’ Need for Diversified PortfoliosAddressing an increasing demand for ETF products that enable traders to speculate on specific market sectors as a whole rather than in individual stocks, BDSwiss’ latest ETF rollout gives investors the opportunity to gain enhanced exposure to a diverse spectrum of markets and manage their diversified portfolios, all on a single platform.
Committed to constantly optimising its trading and investing environment, BDSwiss will continue to invest in new technologies and solutions that enhance client experience including product launches, broader regulation and first-class trading services.