FXOpen Leads the Way Into 2022 With 33 New Ultra-Modern ETF CFDs

A new year is upon us, and the ever-evolving nature of the electronic derivatives trading market is in full swing.

As a committed broker in providing you, our valued traders, with an extensive product range, FXOpen EU is delighted to announce the launch of 33 comprehensive ETFs which range from technologically advanced innovators in automation and robotics, automotive battery technology, to minerals and mining companies, and the traditional and alternative energy sectors.

The newly available funds, which are now accessible via TickTrader, our highly acclaimed platform, offer our traders the opportunity to invest in the prices of these 33 ETFs.

Start trading ETF CFDs with FXOpen EU

In order to maximize market opportunity, FXOpen EU is offering these new ETFs with a leverage ratio of 1:5, which is identical to that offered to our  stock CFD traders. This means that you, our loyal clients, can now trade ETFs in the form of CFDs which facilitates investment in the prices of these cutting edge instruments.

Gary Thomson, Chief Operating Officer at FXOpen UK, commented on the development: "It is essential that FXOpen continues to provide a fully comprehensive product range to our discerning clients who are increasingly looking for interesting funds to trade. We are committed to ensuring that all of our valued clients are able to access a multi-asset portfolio of up-to-the-minute products and be able to trade them via our world renowned platform which offers class leading execution. To stay ahead of the game, ETFs that focus on current technology and physical products are an essential part of a modern trading environment."

Interested in trading ETF CFDs with FXOpen EU? Open and fund an account with us today.

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