Few things are scarier than handing your money over knowing that there’s a possibility you could lose every penny, but the professionals at AvaTrade are making that possibility a little less scary. The retail investment trading broker has spent 12 years establishing itself as one of the leading companies in the investment instrument and commodities trading industries, a fact backed by their frequent total value of $60 million.
Those who are new to trading will love AvaTrades easily to use website and plethora of resources and tools. Educational materials are offered with an account to ensure customers understand the instrument they are traded, as is a complementary market analysis. They currently offer over 250 financial trading instruments (including stocks, EFTs, Forex and commodities) and announced in 2013 that they would begin offering Bitcoin trading as well.
AvaTrade was created in 2006 by like-minded financial professionals and web-commerce experts and quickly became one of the most well-known names in online retail trading. Over the years they have expanded from their headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, into regional offices in major cities across the globe, such as Tokyo, Milan and Paris. Sales offices are located throughout several countries and their dedicated, multilingual support staff can be found in 34 countries and is available 24 hours per day, 5 days per week.
Regardless of your knowledge or previous experience in investment trading, AvaTrade will make the process a smooth and almost-painless one. Sign-up incentives and bonuses sweeten the deal for those looking to open an account, and demo trading accounts are available for those who aren’t quite sure about depositing their money just yet. After sign up users are offered the AvaTrade debit card for fast and easy access to funds that have cleared the five day withdrawal waiting period. Investors rest easy knowing that they’re in good hands and that their funds and investments are in a secure location. The company is also regulated by regulation commissions in several countries, such as the Central Bank of Ireland and Financial Services Commission, to ensure local and federal compliance.