The following article is a guest post of Asset Capital Business Inc. (ACB). ACB is a global marketplace, founded in 2019.
The newly formed global marketplace Asset Capital Business Inc. (ACB) have announced that they have just launched their ACB web platform. The platform offers many instruments in a popular MT5 versions.
The company traders can now enjoy multi-platform functionality that will allow to trade through your browser without any need to install an application. Everything is accessible within the website.
Lynne Connel, mastermind and founder of investment supermarket ACB, commented on the news:
ACB’s main advantage is that the service is able to satisfy any investment needs a client may have. First of all, the service provides convenience and accessibility.
The website is intuitive, multifunctional and accessible to users from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Second, ACB has a wide range of trading instruments with flexible margin requirements. ABC succeeded in this through its cooperation with all large global liquidity providers simultaneously.
The trader’s choice is no longer limited; you no longer have to be tied to any particular broker. Third, with ACB, users can execute trades at the best prices, which previously had only been accessible for VIP clients with accounts over $500,000. This was made possible thanks to ACB’s large trading volumes that liquidity providers need.
Asset Capital Business Inc. (ACB) is a global marketplace, that came to existence in 2019. The company offers over 4000 elements for trading. The marketplace cooperates only with reputable, companies which provide access to social trading, and trading software developers.
As for compliance, the marketplace is run by a duet of companies: ACB INTERNATIONAL LTD, registered in the United Kingdom and ACB Incorporation LTD., registered in Republic of Marshall Islands. Registration numbers and full addresses are clearly visible at acbservice com.
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