After the last four months saw three different peace treaties signed between Gulf Coast and western countries orchestrated by President Trump, Axia's move could not come at a more welcome time.
Axia Investments, a cutting-edge brokerage house, is spearheading a new effort to penetrate Arabic-speaking markets with an innovative trading platform designed for traders in Gulf Coast countries (GCC). The proprietary technology, which will enable GCC traders to trade local stocks based
on predicted trends, comes on the heels of recent political developments which are bolstering the already-burgeoning economies in the region.
Commenting on this initiative, Axia Investments Spokesperson Dean Janssen said: “We will provide our new partners from the Arab-speaking world the most luxurious benefits and trading conditions: access to top-tier trading tools, the most up-to-date educational resources, state-of-the-art trading platforms and much more, and that is a guarantee.”
The launch of this trading platform is only the latest in a string of accomplishments for Axia Investments. The Seychelles-based broker has already achieved renown by traders worldwide for its offerings, including an array of over 400 assets and a week's trading free of overnight fees, in addition to personalized support backed by individual analysts. Trading enthusiasts across the financial industry have found a welcoming home in Axia Investments, which provides them with trading tools and instruments such as Forex, stocks, ETFs, commodities, indices and cryptocurrencies.
The FSA-regulated broker prides itself on delivering the “ultimate trading experience”, while ensuring that borders are no barrier to successful trading. “We provide our clients with something other firms tend to overlook, and that’s our long-term vision, to combine local with global to the sum of a truly unique trading package,” said Janssen. “Our users deserve the most robust, safe and secure infrastructure and environment to help them trade with peace of mind - wherever on the globe they may be.”
While the COVID-19 pandemic rages internationally, decimating world economies and industries, Axia Investments insists that it will continue to provide a client-centric and secure environment to traders. “We know these are challenging times,” said Janssen. “And traders - whether from the Middle East, Europe, North America or anywhere else - deserve complete assurance that their money is in safe hands. That’s why our professional team of experts, analysts and service providers are carefully chosen with a user-success orientation. That’s the way it has been by us from day one and that’s the way it’s going to stay.”
After the last four months saw three different peace treaties signed between Gulf Coast and western countries orchestrated by President Trump, Axia's move could not come at a more welcome time. With the GCC ripe for economic confluence with the West, Axia Investments may have been one of the first to take such a lucrative opportunity, but will surely not be the last.