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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – 27 March 2019. GO Markets is pleased to add ASX shares to its CFD product range, increasing the number of instruments available to more than 250.
Traders can now trade popular ASX Shares such as Rio Tinto, Commonwealth Bank, Telstra and more, with margin requirements starting from 5%.
CEO, Christopher Gore said: “It’s been a long time coming, and all part of our central plan to have an all-inclusive offering for our clientele. Over time, we hope to be launching an even greater variety of global markets, with NYSE and NASDAQ stocks flagged for Q2 2019.”
Head of Trading, Tom Williams stated “GO Markets has worked tirelessly behind the scenes over the last 12 months to upgrade its technology and infrastructure, making this exciting new offering possible. New and existing clients can start trading ASX Share CFDs on the GO Markets MT5 Trading Platform, while we continue to optimise and prepare for the launch of NYSE and NASDAQ stocks.”
Traders can take both long and short positions on Share CFDs and can also diversify existing portfolios using one platform.
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GO Markets is a provider of Forex and CFD trading services, offering Margin FX, Commodities, Indices, and Share CFDs trading to individuals and institutions globally. GO Markets holds an AFSL (Australian Financial Services License) with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
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