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Liquid Markets reduce minimum initial deposit

Newsletter | September 23, 2013  |   Click to view in browser    
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Dear Valued Client,

Due to high demands from our retail customers, Liquid Markets is happy to announce that the minimum initial deposit for MT4 Mini  Accounts is now 500 USD.

This step aims at meeting our clients’ needs and making it more affordable for you to experience our unique trading conditions.

You can take advantage of all its benefits, including:
Competitive fixed spreads on majors starting at only 1.8 pips
Flexible leverage up to 1:500 and a minimum trade size of 0.01 lot
Earn daily interest up to 9% on your cash equity
Ability to use Expert Advisors
Access to free technical analysis and AutoChartist
Option to use hedging and scalping trading strategies
Ability to upgrade your account at any time and with no applicable upgrade fee

Moreover, professional and institutional traders who trade large volumes can open anMT4 Premium Account from only $10,000. The premium account offers excellent trading conditions and the opportunity for clients to access our free VPS solution, a solution for clients who prefer to use automated trading strategies and take advantage of reduced latency.

This latest step is part of our continued efforts to provide you with the best possible services and facilities. At Liquid Markets, your needs always come first!

Open a live account

Feel free to contact our support team for further information. Our Customer Support is available via live chat, phone +357 25 200 925 or email  if you require further assistance.

Best Wishes

The Liquid Markets Team

Monday, 23 Sep, 2013 / 7:12

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