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Admiral Markets cuts spread on index CFDs

The award winning Forex broker Admiral Markets, has improved its index CFD offering with a 20 percent cut in spread on most related products - including the popular [DAX30] and [FTSE100].

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The above changes are available to all traders with an Admiral.Markets account.

This cut comes as part of Admiral Markets overall mission to provide ultimately competitive trading terms on index derivatives, with:

  1. tight spreads of 1.0 points on Dow Jones CFD and 0.4 points on S&P500 CFD, in addition to those listed above

  2. mini contracts allowing precise money management

  3. zero commissions that help keeping trading costs low

  4. no expiry terms, so open positions can be held indefinitely

  5. trading hours extended beyond those of benchmark indices

  6. high leverage - trade contracts exceeding the balance up to 200 times.

Managing Director of Germany’s Admiral Markets office Jens Chrzanowski, says “one of the most wanted CFD instruments globally, is the German DAX, our DAX30 CFD.”

Jens notes that “any active trader focuses on that” and he’s quick to point out why. "So far, we have been really happy with our typical spread of just one point. But now, with an even smaller spread, we will really rock the market. No additional commission, no dealing-desk order execution and the best MT4 version for entering trades. Let's say it in one word: WOW!"

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This cut provides customers using index CFDs, with lower trading costs and may improve trading performance for those using short-term trading techniques (e.g. scalping and high-frequency trading).

For more information, please contact pr@admiralmarkets.com or visit www.admiralmarkets.com.
 

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Admiral Markets Pty Ltd hosts Forex seminar in Sydney

As a leading online trading provider, Admiral Markets Pty Ltd understands the value of education and self-improvement. This is why the company has been hosting a number of free seminars for trading beginners, with the latest seminar planned to

take place in Sydney.

The new Forex trading 101 seminar will be hosted by Cristian Moreno, Managing Director at Admiral Markets Pty Ltd, on 13 October 2016, from 18:30 to 20:30 (AEST).

Forex trading 101 will not only provide a comprehensive introduction to the currency exchange industry but also cover a range of key Forex-related topics:
  1. margin and leverage
  2. stop-loss, take-profit and trailing stop
  3. fundamental & technical analysis
  4. trading plan
  5. trader’s psychology
  6. money & risk management.
Forex trading 101 takes place at Hilton Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000. The number of seats is limited.

For further details and registration, please visit the seminar page.

For more information, please contact pr@admiralmarkets.com or visit www.admiralmarkets.com.au.
 

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Admiral Markets brings a new educational program

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Admiral Markets, a global online provider of Forex and CFD trading services, has announced its plans to launch Zero to Hero, a new web-based educational program.

Zero to Hero is a free trading course designed to help beginner-level traders learn the essentials in a short period of time. Participants will have an opportunity to boost their performance by tapping into the knowledge of experienced Forex traders, Nenad Kerkez and Chris Svorcik.

A 21-day program will include 20 extensive video lessons on a range of Forex-related topics, Q&A section and a live trading session. Lessons will be accompanied by quizzes to test new knowledge.

By the end of the course, participants will learn not only the crucial theory behind Forex & CFD trading but also actionable trading principles and market insights. Zero to Hero graduates will receive a certificate of attendance, marking their advancements as Forex traders.

Zero to Hero is open for a free registration to all traders and will launch on October 3, 2016.

For the official announcement of Zero to Hero and registration, visit Admiral Markets website.

For more information, please contact pr@admiralmarkets.com.
 

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Admiral Markets voted Best Forex Educator 2016

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Admiral Markets UK has been recognised as the Best Educator at the UK Forex Awards 2016.

This marks the second year in a row that Admiral Markets UK received one of the industry's top awards. Last year, Admiral Markets UK was voted Best MT4 Broker.

UK Forex Awards is among the most prestigious award ceremonies highlighting the best-performing companies in the UK Forex market. The 2016 UK Forex Awards ceremony was held on Wednesday, 28 September 2016, at the Magical Medieval Crypt in Holborn, London.
"We are extremely pleased to have been named number one educator in the Forex industry," said Mihhail Onohhov, Admiral Markets regional director.

Mr Onohhov further underscored the importance of the award, stating that it represents not only the company's achievement but also trust that traders put in Admiral Markets UK.
"I want to personally thank all our customers, without whom this would not be possible. We will definitely continue our effort to educate and inspire traders," he added.

For more information, please visit Admiral Markets website or contact info@admiralmarkets.com

Press contact: pr@admiralmarkets.com.
 

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Admiral Markets wins two Best Broker awards

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Admiral Markets, a global online provider of Forex and CFD trading services, received awards in two categories: “Best Forex Broker 2016” and “Best CFD Broker 2016”, at the Expo Börsentag Berlin 2016, this October.

The event was organised by BrokerVergleich.de: over 3,000 clients voted for brokers in different categories. The process of selecting the winners in each category included both popular votes and objective ranking. The latter focused on a comprehensive overview of financial service – from spreads and costs to customer support.

This means these award are not only a symbol of trust that the clients put into Admiral Markets, but also a testament to the company’s reliability.

“We are very honoured that our practices and standards have been recognised by the clients and also the industry specialists,” said Admiral Markets Germany spokesperson Jens Chrzanowski. “Awards like these motivate us to constantly get better and provide the best possible trading service to our clients.”

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About Admiral Markets:

Admiral Markets is a leading online trading provider specialising in Forex and CFDs on stocks, indices, precious metals and energy. In addition to a wide range of financial instruments, Admiral Markets offers free educational materials, including analytics, webinars and seminars.

For more information, please contact info@admiralmarkets.com or visit Admiral Markets’ website.
 

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Admiral Markets introduces Volatility Protection Settings

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Admiral Markets, a global online provider of Forex and CFD trading services, introduces a new advanced feature – Volatility Protection Settings.

Volatility, or speed of changes in price, is an important factor in deciding the trading results. In times of high volatility, these changes in price occur so fast, that the outcomes of trading become unpredictable. Every year, many traders experience losses due to high volatility.

Volatility Protection Settings is a tool designed to help traders avoid the negative effects of volatility. It helps provide limits of slippage and grants the ability to cancel orders on price gaps with no losses.

Among other benefits, Volatility Protection Settings includes the following features:

  • The ability to enter the market with limited risk and potentially unlimited additional gains through execution of stop and market orders as limit orders with predefined maximum slippage.

  • Protection from instant losses on limit orders with predefined stop-loss levels triggered on the same tick.

  • The ability to minimise the market risk associated with stop orders through cancellation of stop orders on price gaps, with stop-loss orders triggered on the same tick or with slippage exceeding a predefined amount of points.

  • A chance to get filled at the nearest available price when a limit order (for example, a take-profit order) is reached on a price spike and not executed due to absent liquidity beyond that level.

  • A chance to avoid activation of the stop orders due to widened spreads during economic news releases and other volatile conditions, which may not result in an actual change of the price level.

  • The ability to trade limit orders of larger scale due to a partial fill functionality – particularly, in the less liquid markets.

  • The ability to monitor the amount of the slippage size applied to executed orders.
Volatility Protection is available to all clients with Admiral.Markets, Admiral.Prime and Admiral.MT5 accounts – both live and demo. Registered clients can set up Volatility Protection in the Account Settings page of the Trader's Room.

For more information about Volatility Protection Settings, visit Admiral Markets website.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD's carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFD’s, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets annual conference 2016

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On Thursday, 3 November 2016, Admiral Markets UK held its annual conference for European traders and investors.

The event took place in Hungary, at Aquaworld Resort Budapest Hotel & Water Park, and covered the topic of backstage trading, with an emphasis on practical steps and strategies.

More than 500 people attended the event, including experienced traders and investors as well as beginners. The latter were presented with a chance to tap into the knowledge of the industry’s experts.

One of these experts was Birger Schäfermeier, a well-known German day trader, author and founder of the European Trading Academy. Schäfermeier’s guest panel, The Five Steps to a Winning Mindset, focused on the trading process, strategies and best practices, with examples from his own 15 years of trading experience.

The conference included two breaks, which beginners could use as a networking opportunity, and concluded with a special educational offer, enabling participants to trade DAX30, CAC40 and STOXX50 with zero spread and commission for up to 70 business days*.

Molnár Zalán, Admiral Markets UK Country Manager of Hungary, noted that the event proved “there is a huge demand for quality education.” Mr. Zalán underscored that this is a major focus area for Admiral Markets: “We are dedicated to continuously improving the industry’s educational standards and this was certainly a big step.”

A video teaser of the Admiral Markets conference is available below.


*Terms and conditions apply.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD's carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFD’s, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets hosts Forex seminar in Brisbane

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Admiral Markets, a leading online trading provider, hosts a free educational seminar called How the Forex Market Works on 24 November 2016, in Brisbane, Australia.

As the company understands that knowledge exists to be shared, traders will be given the possibility to tap into the knowledge of Forex and CFD experts.

Cristian Moreno, Managing Director at Admiral Markets, will host the panel from 18.30 to 20.30 (AEST), where he will tackle both basic and advanced concepts of Forex and CFD, including:

1. Margin and leverage
2. Stop-loss and take-profit
3. Fundamental & technical analysis
4. Trading plan
5. Money & risk management.

How the Forex Market Works seminar takes place at Hilton Hotel, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000 Brisbane, Australia. The number of seats is limited.

  1. For more information and registration, please visit the official Admiral Markets website.
 

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Admiral Markets at the World of Trading 2016 Expo

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Conferences, seminars and expos are not only an opportunity for traders to expand their knowledge, polish strategies or network with professional traders. These types of events also help to push the trading industry forward, by building a stronger community and outlining future trends.

Admiral Markets is one of those companies working on the betterment of the Forex & CFD brokerage. As such, Admiral Markets constantly organises, sponsors and participates in a number of worldwide trading events, including annual conferences, the UK Forex Awards and a series of live seminars in Latin America, Australia, Central and Western Europe.

The latest of such events is World of Trading, which took place in Frankfurt on 18 and 19 November 2016. This expo is recognised as the biggest trading event in Germany, with Admiral Markets having participated not only as a silver sponsor but also presenter. Heiko Behrendt and Jochen Schmidt, two of the most famous traders in Germany, hosted a presentation on the Germany’s most wanted trading instrument, DAX.

The expo was also used as an opportunity to introduce Admiral Markets’ newest service – Volatility Protection. This is advanced order settings designed to prevent order execution during periods of high volatility, by allowing to set up personal slippage or volatility limits.

Another service featured at the expo was the Negative Balance Protection Policy – a safeguard mechanic against losses exceeding the entire account, for eligible clients. A negative balance in Forex & CFD trading is a distinct possibility, despite the widespread use of stop-losses and margin calls. Jens Chrzanowski, the head of Admiral Markets branch in Germany, stated that this is the reason why many retail traders do not use CFDs.

The addition of the Negative Balance Protection Policy helps to limit this risk. “Admiral Markets has a range of safeguard features to protect our clients from losing their entire balance due to market volatility,” Mr Chrzanowski added.

Admiral Markets ended its panel with a special offer. Jens Chrzanowski decided to celebrate his birthday by giving customers a personal promotion, which he described as “The boss pays you the beer”. This local promotion allowed traders to deposit money and trade up to four instruments for up to 40 days for free, with the spread being refunded at the end of this period.

According to Mr Chrzanowski, this special offer helped add a personal touch to Admiral Markets services. “Admiral Markets has always been conscious about maintaining a customer-first attitude and this is another step in this direction,” he added.

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Many other brokers were also present at the expo, including ActiveTrades, CMC Markets, FXPro, JFD Brokers, Ayondo and FXCM.

For more information, please visit Admiral Markets official website.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD's carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFD’s, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets introduces order execution statistics

Admiral Markets launches a new Order Execution Quality page which is designed to help traders learn more about the benefits of trading with Admiral Markets.

The page provides monthly statistics on all executed orders, with a focus on key execution quality figures:
  1. average execution time

  2. average net slippage

  3. average net slippage as percent share of a typical spread

  4. percent share of trades with no slippage

  5. percent share of trades with positive slippage

  6. percent share of trades with negative slippage

  7. percent share of rejected trades.
The data represents statistics for the previous calendar month and is calculated on the basis of all market orders executed by Admiral Markets Group companies on Admiral.Markets accounts.

For more information, please visit Admiral Markets official website.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFD's carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFD’s, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets Offers New Margining Model, with Leverage on Major CFDs Increase

Starting from 9 January 2017, Admiral Markets will be providing new margining terms on Admiral.Markets and Admiral.Prime accounts, under which the provided leverage will no longer depend on account's balance and will be determined only by position's notional value in account's currency.

Additionally, positions opened within an hour before the trading session close on Fridays will be provided with the leverage of 1:50.

The benefits of the new terms:
  • More confidence in trading as the margin value for your current positions will no longer increase all of a sudden once your balance reaches another tier. Under new terms, you will be in full control of your leverage rate as you control the size of your position.

  • More effective utilisation of your funds for trading without decreases of potential exposure once you're bound to a lower leverage rate due to an increase of your balance. Under new terms, your potential exposure will always be growing along with your funds and vice versa.

  • More freedom in trading due to fully independent margining of different instrument types, which provides greater flexibility in terms of combining different trading strategies on the same account.

  • Enhanced protection against negative balances due to a leverage rate of 1:50 which will be applied to positions opened during the pre-close hours on Fridays, with the intention to minimise the potential impact of weekend price gaps.

  • Increased accessibility of most popular CFDs for clients with smaller deposits due to a leverage rate of 1:500 that will be available for [DAX30], [FTSE100], [DJI30], [NQ100], [SP500], [ASX200], GOLD, SILVER, WTI and BRENT.

  • More trading opportunities for one of the major currency pairs - USDCHF - and other currency pairs with the Swiss franc, which will no longer be an exception from general FX terms and will get the leverage up to 1:500.

  • Traditional, straightforward margin calculation.

Please see the new margining terms for major deposit currencies in the tables below.

1. FX Majors (EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY)

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2. FX Minors

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3. FX Exotics & Pairs with CHF

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4. [ASX200], [DAX30], [DJI30], [FTSE100], [NQ100], [SP500]

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5. [AEX25], [CAC40], [HSI50], [IBEX35], [JP225], [MDAX50], [OBX25], [SMI20], [STOXX50], [TECDAX30], #Bund, #USTNote, #USDX

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6. GOLD, SILVER, XAUAUD, WTI, BRENT

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7. PLATINUM, PALLADIUM, #China50

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8. EURRUB, USDRUB

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Please note that margin requirements for instruments other than listed above (e.g. single share CFDs, NGAS) will remain unchanged.

Also, please note that the above data is indicative only as the notional value tiers may be updated following the changes of currency rates. Please be advised to check final values of the notional value tiers in the Margin Requirements section of Admiral Markets’ official website on 9 January 2017.

For more details, please read Admiral Market’s official announcement.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets Introduces a New Calendar Indicator


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Admiral Markets begins 2017 by boosting the power of MetaTrader 4 Supreme Edition with a global news indicator, which gives traders the possibility to see the latest world news and key events directly in their MT4 chart.

The Admiral Calendar indicator allows traders to:

  • show past and upcoming news data in the MT4 chart

  • easily distinguish low, medium and high impact news events

  • receive alerts prior to major events

  • filter news according to a specified country list

  • visually customise the indicator according to personal tastes.
In order to use this new indicator, traders will need to download and install the MetaTrader 4 Supreme Edition package from the Admiral Markets website.

For further information, please visit Admiral Markets official website or contact pr@admiralmarkets.com.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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2017 FXStreet Award Nominations

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For the seventh year in a row, FXStreet holds the The Forex Best Awards 2017, rewarding the very best analysis, educational content and contributors from the previous year.

Admiral Markets and one of the company’s best analysts, Nenad Kerkez - aka Tarantula - have been nominated under three categories:

  1. “Best Sell-Side Analysis Contributor” - Admiral Markets

  2. “Best Speaker” - Nenad Kerkez

  3. “Best Video/Podcast”. “US Presidential Elections 2016 and the Impact on Forex and Financial markets”, by Nenad Kerkez

Admiral Markets’ mission is to increase trader awareness and general education, while the company’s analyst, Nenad Kerkez, has been one of the most prominent members of Forex Factory, being well respected by traders from all over the world. He has been an analyst and full time trader in the global market for eight years.

More information:
Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets announces 20% reduction in spreads on 5 instruments

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Admiral Markets, a global online provider of Forex and CFD trading services, offers a 20% discount* on the typical spread value of the following instruments:

  1. EURUSD
  2. GBPUSD
  3. USDJPY
  4. AUDUSD
  5. GOLD

*The offer is valid between February 6, 2017 and March 3, 2017 and the conditions are available for clients with a live Admiral.Markets account on Live2 server only.

The table below displays an example of what the 20% reduction in spreads might mean:

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"Admiral Markets is proud to start 2017 with this great promotion for the top 5 ‘most wanted’ instruments", says Jens Chrzanowski from Admiral Markets. "We are already known for offering great conditions and spreads for many national indices, such as DAX30, for Germany. Yet, this new promotion also brings focus to the wider benefits of trading with Admiral Markets, such as no-dealing-desk, high speed order execution and negative balance protection policy."

For more information, please visit Admiral Markets official website.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets Offers European Single Share CFDs

Admiral Markets has recently expanded the range of instruments in Admiral.Markets account (1), by adding 26 new CFDs on the most actively traded European shares which constitute the Euro STOXX 50 index.

The offer includes:

  • New trading and investment opportunities with some of the most popular bluechips of the developed European countries.

  • The possibility to buy or sell share CFDs without any short sale restrictions.

  • The possibility to accurately manage portfolios with flexible contract sizes starting from 1 share CFD.

  • Dividend adjustments if a long CFD position is held, when the underlying share goes ex-dividend (2).

  • The opportunity to save more, with some of the lowest commissions on the market.

Key features:

  • Commission – 0.05% of the transaction’s notional value (3).

  • Minimum commission – 3 EUR per transaction.

  • Lot size, minimum contract size and increment – 1 share.

  • Maximum contract size – 10,000 lots.

  • Leverage – 1:10 (i.e. margin rate of 10%).

  • Tick size and minimum spread – 0.001 EUR.

List of new trading instruments (4):

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Please note that:

  1. New instruments are only available to Admiral.Markets accounts on AM-Live2 trading server. Traders with Admiral.Markets (ex-Pro) accounts on the AM-Live1 and AM-Live3 servers can get access to new instruments by opening a new Admiral.Markets account and transferring funds internally via their Trader’s Room.

  2. Dividend adjustments are credited to accounts with long share CFD positions (Buy) and debited from accounts with short share CFD positions (Sell).

  3. Commission and minimum commission values are indicated per transaction (i.e. per side). Commission is charged in the full amount (i.e. per side value x 2) upon opening a share CFD position. Minimum commission is charged whenever the mathematical value of the commission is below the minimum level of 3 EUR.

  4. You may need to right-click on ‘Market Watch’ and select the ‘Show All’ option to display the new instruments in your MetaTrader 4 terminal.

For more information please visit Admiral Markets website.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets adds a new single share CFD: Snap Inc.

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Admiral Markets announces the addition of a new instrument, Snap Inc. (Snapchat) single share CFD (#SNAP) – effective from Tuesday, 14 March 2017.

Newly listed, prominent companies will always have lots of attention and lots of trading volume. Admiral Markets will offer many more single share CFDs this year, because we believe that the demand for single shares and new Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) is much higher than for Forex.

“It is always the same. The quotes of a new listed instrument will bring big movements - ups and downs.” says Jens Chrzanowski, Director at Admiral Markets UK, Berlin Branch. "By investing into shares directly, only upgoing quotes will bring you profit. Leveraged CFD trading of #SNAP allows you to make a choice: long or short; you are able to make money if prices are falling, also.”, he added.

Founded in 2011, Snapchat is a popular messaging platform and social network, designed exclusively for mobile users. Today, with an estimated near 7 billion video views per day, it has rapidly accelerated to become a true heavyweight in the social media space.


For more information, please visit Admiral Markets official website or contact pr@admiralmarkets.com.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

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Admiral Markets Appoints New Country Manager in Poland

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Admiral Markets announced that Adam Narczewski, a highly experienced industry professional, has accepted the post of Country Manager for Admiral Markets Poland, effective as of March 2017.

Mr. Narczewski has a vast experience in helping companies become industry leaders. Prior to joining Admiral Markets Poland, he served as Deputy Regional Director at X-Trade Brokers DM, where he was responsible for the growth of the largest region in the XTB group.

From an academic perspective, Mr. Narczewski earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Science (Finance) from Winthrop University, USA and is certified as a Chartered Financial Analyst, Professional Risk Manager and Investment Advisor.

A brief interview with Mr. Narczewski reveals more details about his future plans as Country Manager at Admiral Markets Poland, as well as a piece of advice for anyone interested in personal development.

1. How excited are you to be moving into the new Country Manager role at Admiral Markets Poland? What in particular are you most excited about?

I’m very excited to be joining a top international Forex & CFDs Broker. The values and goals of Admiral Markets, such as excellence, integrity, innovation and continuous growth, complement my own beliefs and make it a perfect place for me to grow with. I have been in the industry for many years, but I am always looking for new challenges. The Polish Forex & CFDs market has experienced enormous growth, but also changes in the last 10 years. There is still place to grow and I am really excited that I will be able to that along with the Admiral Markets team.

2. As the new Country Manager for Admiral Markets Poland, what are your plans for the coming year?

Poland has become a very competitive Forex and CFDs market. Many brokers, local and foreign, are offering their services to Polish clients. Admiral Markets has been present on the market for many years, working very hard to achieve a strong reputation among traders. We have certain unique features that distinguish our offer from the others. My goal is to exploit this competitive advantage, by focusing on the optimisation of our education offer. My plan for Admiral Markets is to be listed among the top 3 forex brokers in Poland within the next 2 years.

3. Tell us about your leadership style and why you think it will help you be successful in this new position?

I believe in the potential of my team. I think people achieve their best when the goals are clear and everyone is looking in the same direction, but at the same time they have the independence to be creative. I’m here to support them and help them grow. Basically, I want to focus on empowering people to achieve their highest potential.

4. You’re a fan of active sports and also find time for reading, working and even managing your own personal blog. How do you juggle so many different activities?

I have been an active person since I can remember. I played tennis when I was younger and I went to college in the U.S to play in the NCAA. Nowadays, I try to stay fit by playing football and jogging. As you need to practice your muscles or strokes to become better at sports, you also need to exercise your brain to stay mentally fit. That is why I enjoy reading books and during my free time, I manage my own blog. My advice? You just need to manage your time wisely and avoid wasting it on browsing the internet or watching useless tv shows.


About Admiral Markets:

Admiral Markets is a leading online trading provider specialising in Forex and CFDs on stocks, indices, precious metals and energy. In addition to a wide range of financial instruments, Admiral Markets offers free educational materials, including analytics, webinars and seminars. For more information, please contact info@admiralmarkets.com or visit Admiral Markets' website.

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Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.
 

Tiedkop05

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Admiral Markets has a good reputation but one of the care agents working for this company, known as traderprofesional, is engaged in scams in which it promises bonuses of $ 300 for constantly using the platform and charges extra commissions that are not established at any time. . Be very careful.
 

Sprofa71

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When I wanted to trade with Admiral Markets, one of its IB’s, which is known as a professional trader, recommended that I start with $ 1000 but instead charged me half of the initial deposit and also promised me bonuses that they never gave me. I was totally disappointed.
 

pedro2019

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What happens with this broker? How are they allowing scammers as a professional trader to represent them?

I denounce totally to traderprofesional, I attended the courses he offers, and they are totally useless, there is nothing new that is no longer in the itnernet browser, it is a fraud, ask for extra money for these courses, my call is to the brokers Like Admiral Markets , they should not make alliances with scammers and allow people like that to represent their brand. Attention with this community.