The Melbourne-based broker has expanded its range of financial instruments available to its clients. The broker's customers are now able to trade stocks of the largest Australian corporations — mining giant Rio Tinto Ltd, financial conglomerate Commonwealth Bank; telecommunications giant Telstra and many others.
Traders can now open long and short positions while trading stocks, as well as diversify their portfolios using a single platform. This step is expected to attract traders willing to use a single MetaTrader 5 account for multi-asset trading.
GO Markets was one of the first companies to offer online trading in Australia. The company operates under an AFSL license issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Christopher Gore, GO Markets
"The decision to expand has been brewing for a long time", Mr Christopher Gore, CEO of GO Markets, comments. “We intend to present to our clients an all-in-one offer and provide them access to an even greater number of marketplaces. The launch of exchange trading on NYSE and NASDAQ is scheduled for mid-2019".
GO Markets plans to add free training courses on stock trading via the MetaTrader 5 platform shortly, which will be available via their website.