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ACY Securities launches stock trading via MetaTrader 5

MetaQuotes Software Corp.

16 April 2020

ACY Securities, the leading FinTech based ASIC-regulated broker headquartered in Sydney, has rolled out its MetaTrader 5 platform with stocks, as part of its worldwide release today.

The new offering is called MT5 Xchange, reflecting the addition of stocks to its suite of asset classes.

ACY Securities will now offer its clients access to hundreds of the world’s largest companies through some of the world’s most prestigious exchanges including NYSE, Nasdaq and the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).

Mr Jimmy Ye, Co-founder and Director of ACY Securities stated that MT5 Xchange would give traders access to all the major asset classes with 1:25 leverage.

ACY Securities launches stock trading via MetaTrader 5

ACY Securities team: Alla Darwish, Head of Global Brokerage| Ashley Jessen, Head of Marketing | Winson Cao, Director |Tim Cahill, Brand Ambassador | Jimmy Ye, Director | Justin Pooni, Head of Branding and Communications

“With MT5 Xchange you can access the full range of markets across shares, FX currency pairs, indices and commodities with the ability to hedge your positions and access more advanced ordering options”, Mr Ye stated.

Mr Ye further added, “It provides a true multi-asset experience for our clients and gives them the option to diversify their trading portfolios. With one account and one login, you can now trade your view on stocks like Apple, Google, Amazon and Australian blue chips like BHP, Commonwealth Bank and Qantas”.

With access to almost 1000 instruments, ACY Securities’ MT5 Xchange platform also features 1:500 leverage on FX, metals and oil, with zero commissions and a minimum deposit of USD 50 to get started. It is a powerful, all-inclusive, fully integrated solution, providing traders with access to the full range of financial instruments at their fingertips.

MT5 Xchange is now available to download at www.acysecurities.com and it is accessible via desktop, mobile (iOS and Android) as well as Web based applications.