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Admirals is giving away free stock for clients to begin trading on MetaTrader 5

As part of a unique ten-week promotional campaign, the online financial broker Admirals has been giving away free stock in companies listed on US exchanges.
The shares get placed in the client’s MT5 account and can provide the ideal level of start-up capital for clients unfamiliar with share trading or investing through CFDs and ETFs.

The promotion is not a competition; it’s on a first-come, first-served basis and limited to the first 1,000 successful applicants.

You don’t have to be a current client; the offer is also open to new clients who may want to investigate the potential of share dealing through Admirals and discover the level of service Admirals offer.

The response to the promotion so far has been encouraging, but there’s still some places left, and Admirals urge its clients to take up the offer of free stock to trade before the closing date on June 20, 2021.
The stock placed in the client account has been carefully selected to represent a broad spectrum of sectors; value stock, growth stock, defensive stock and blue-chip stock gets put into the traders’ accounts.

Such a diverse choice should ensure that clients can begin to develop trading skills suitable for share dealing. Unlike a demo trading account, the clients will get the opportunity to trade live with real funds to start developing a share trading method and strategy. The commissions charged will be identical to any other basic account.
All the shares listed are household names, blue-chips and companies that have a long history. So there’s plenty of fundamental research available online (such as earnings reports and P/E ratios) if clients want to take a deep dive to examine the latest financials before they go long or short.

List of stocks placed in client accounts
1. BlackBerry Ltd
2. Ford Motor Co.
3. General Electric Co.
4. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co
5. Revlon Inc
6. Zynga Inc
7. LG Display Co
8. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co
9. Deutsche Bank AG
10. Nokia

Dmitry Suvorov, Admirals:
“During recent months, we began to witness a slight shift in our clients’ behaviour; we noticed a significant rise in clients showing interest in stock trading.
Over the past twelve months or so, many global equity indices have printed record highs. Therefore, experienced FX and CFD traders have been looking for other, alternative trading and investment opportunities.

So that’s why we decided to support our clients and offer them an option to become real time investors with our Stocks Giveaway campaign.

We’ve chosen ten different stocks of companies, like Ford Motor Co., Deutsche Bank AG, Nokia, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. and others. We believe we’ve provided enough variety to create interest and help our new and existing clients experiment and immerse themselves into the world of share dealing.

The criteria to get involved is simple; clients need to open an Invest.MT5 account and request the stock by emailing us, and we’ll credit the trading account with the relevant stock ASAP.

We remain convinced this campaign will help many beginner investors with their first steps into other financial market sectors and hope the clients who take advantage of the offer grow their accounts with and through us at Admirals.”

This promotion is not a one-off because in his position as the product owner of incentive bonuses and promotions, Dmitry is planning other exciting and innovative initiatives during the rest of 2021.

“Existing and potential clients should keep an eye on their inboxes over the coming months as we intend to launch other exciting initiatives which will have a point of difference compared to standard promotions and offers.”

How the promotion works
It’s a simple three-stage process to stake your claim for the free stock. To claim your Start-up Capital, promotion applicants need to:
1. Sign up for the Traders Room.
2. Open and activate an Invest.MT5 account.
3. Send a request for the free stock to promotion@admiralmarkets.com mentioning Invest.MT5 account number.

The various terms and conditions are here, but the overall process to claim your free offer is straightforward.
https://admiralfiles.s3.amazonaws.com/docs/CYSEC/MT5-InvestTC.pdf 

About Admirals
Founded in 2001, Admirals is a multi-award-winning online financial broker offering competitive spreads and low commission charges. Admirals offer trading in Forex and CFDs on multiple products, including energies, stocks, bonds, ETFs, indices, and metals.

Admiral enables traders to access high-tech platforms such as MetaTrader 4 and 5 on the web, mobile, and desktop for the ultimate trading experience. The mobile platforms are enhanced for iOS and Android, and clients can also access a proprietary plug-in called MetaTrader Supreme Edition.

Admirals’ clients get free access to webinars, seminars, and videos. Clients can trade from 150 countries and select from a wide range of accounts based on the software platforms clients prefer, their experience and their financial circumstances.

As a regulated broker, Admirals have approval and licenses in many jurisdictions, including Financial Conduct Authority (United Kingdom), Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Cyprus), Financial Supervision Authority (Estonia), Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Australia), Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (Seychelles).

Clients can fund their accounts through Credit/Debit Card, Bank Wire Transfer, PayPal, Skrill, Union Pay, Neteller, AstroPay, and Trustly.

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Tuesday, 25 May, 2021 / 11:45

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