One of the most brilliant benefits of dealing with the South-Africa-based QuickTrade brokers is the unlimited leverage that you enjoy in online trading. Since the firm works under the guidelines of the Financial Services Conduct Authority (FSCA), as its client, you enjoy the unlimited leverage offered by South Africa, which is one of the last regulatory centers to do so.
You can use the company’s website to open an account for yourself, whether you are an individual trader or an institutional trader. A big button on the website guides you towards a portal where you can fill in your personal and financial details, describe your trading background and confirm your citizenship and identity.
Once all this is done, you will be asked to send verification documents through a secure process of email. Post that, QuickTrade will practice due diligence in ascertaining your credentials and antecedents before your account is approved. This last step is necessary so that only serious and genuine clients approach the company. It saves a lot of time and effort, which can then be invested into raising the fortunes of clients who are sincere in their intentions.
Based in South Africa, QuickTrade is a forex and CFD brokerage firm, which is also authorised to provide advisory and intermediary services regarding shares, derivative instruments and warrants, certificates, etc. under license from FSP. Once your account goes live, you can ascertain your personal objectives such as financial condition and requirements for the future before going to the QuickTrade website and reading its risk disclosure agreement, which contains only general information. If you want, you can also check out some independent professional advice before going ahead on their platform, which is MetaTrader 5.
The online trading is done in more than 30 currency pairs, which include USD/ZAR and stocks, ETFs, crude oil, natural gas, platinum, palladium, gold, silver, etc. Working under the aegis of the FSCA, QuickTrade offers you a safe way to make your investments and keep them secure for the future.
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