13 July 2021
13 July 2021
The regulated Australian broker GO Markets has included Hong Kong market assets into its offering, in addition to the previously available ASX and US shares. GO Markets started offering stocks of leading companies, such as Alibaba, Bank of China and Tencent Holdings.
Mr. Khim Khor, Director of GO Markets
Mr. Khim Khor, the company director, says that the addition of HKEX instruments is in line with GO Markets' mission to offer traders the best possible experience. Further commenting on the expansion, Mr. Khor said: "The new HKEX product range broadens the list of available trading instruments and enables access to new markets, widens the opportunities and provides advanced volatility options. Since new shares are available through MetaTrader 5, clients can additionally benefit from the speed, efficiency and powerful tools, which can make trading as enjoyable as possible."
The new HKEX products will assist GO Markets' clients in tapping into a dynamic market, with a range of leading shares to trade. Furthermore, MetaTrader 5, with its advanced order management, price analysis and charting tools, will equip traders with fast and efficient position control possibilities.
Offering trading services globally, GO Markets is marking 15 years in operation this year. For the second year running, the broker was ranked No.1 in the Investment Trends 2020 report for its customer service.