So many traders have gotten adapted to the MetaTrader 4 platform that they have been unwilling to “dive” into the MetaTrader 5 platform. But that may change now because of the recent announcement by Admiral Markets.
Before I tell you about this broker’s huge announcement, let me first tell you about Admiral Markets.
About Admiral Markets
Admiral Markets was founded in 2001 and is an ECN broker which means spreads are tight and there is no rivalry between broker and trader in market actions.
Owned and operated by Admiral Markets Group AS, Admiral Markets is registered in the United Kingdom and under regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The broker is also registered in Estonia and are regulated by the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority (EFSA). Plus, they are also registered in Cyprus and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).
So as you can see, Admiral Markets is running a completely “above board” brokerage.
What Is This Expansion?
With an MetaTrader 5 account at Admiral Markets, traders now have over 3,000 new stock CFDs and 80 ETF CFDs.
This has to make Admiral’s MT5 asset list one of the biggest of all brokers. Assets added are from all these exchanges:
1. Austria (VIE)
2. Belgium (Euronext)
3. Denmark (CSE)
4. Finland (NASDAQ)
5. France (Euronext)
6. Germany (Xetra)
7. Netherlands (Euronext)
8. Norway (NASDAQ)
9. Portugal (Euronext)
10. Spain (BME)
11. Sweden (NASDAQ)
12. Switzerland (SWX)
13. United Kingdom (LSE)
14. United States (AMEX, NASDAQ and NYSE)
This is a huge milestone in the investing world… Just see what Admiral Markets had to say:
This expansion is a truly important milestone for Admiral Markets Group, which started as a Forex company more than 15 years ago, then evolved into a successful CFD provider, and now transforms into a top-tier, multi-asset brokerage firm that operates on derivative and cash markets.
Moreover, today we also take a great leap forward in terms of promotion of the world’s most advanced trading platform – MetaTrader 5, among the trading community and classic investors, with the former getting access to investment opportunities and the latter obtaining an incredibly powerful trading tool. Without the capabilities of MetaTrader 5, which is as different from MetaTrader 4 as the modern electric car is from the good old diesel, it would not be possible to connect the trading and investing worlds and provide such a diverse offering.
If you have considered trying out the MetaTrader 5 platform, well now you have all the more reason. I strongly suggest you go check out Admiral Markets and see if they could be the broker for you.