Saxo Adds Stocks and CFDs on US Exchanges to TradingView Offering


Saxo Adds Stocks and CFDs on US Exchanges to TradingView Offering

Saxo Adds Stocks and CFDs on US Exchanges to TradingView Offering

Saxo Bank, the online trading and investment specialist, announces the addition of equities to its offering on TradingView, a social trading platform that offers advanced charting tools for stocks, crypto and FX instruments.To get more news about forex scam, you can visit wikifx.com official website.
  Saxo already offers trading on 182 Forex and Metals pairs via TradingView, a social trading platform with a client base of over 29 million monthly users worldwide. Clients can now trade both FX and a range of stocks and single-stock CFDs on U.S. exchanges through the TradingView charting platform.
  Over the past year, Saxo has seen increased client interest and activity on stocks and CFDs, and this move is in line with Saxos commitment to better support the clients and offering them a wide range of choice when it comes to trading and investment.
TradingView is particularly popular amongst Saxo clients in Japan, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Denmark and Australia. We have seen strong interest from clients requesting access to equity products as seen in user reviews and feedback from our Sales teams, and we are very excited to be expanding our offering on TradingView to ensure clients are well-supported and can enjoy a wide range of products to trade and invest in,” Stanislav Kostyukhin, Commercial Owner – Trader, Saxo Bank, said.
  To become more relevant for more people, Saxo will continue to work on broadening access to global capital markets for clients. In the coming months, the company plans to add access for stock exchanges in Europe and Asia via TradingView and subsequently, also support for the recently launched Crypto FX pairs.