Darwinex offers trading stocks of 30 companies from Dow Jones Industrial Average via MetaTrader 5


17 May 2018

The UK-based broker has opened direct market access (DMA) for trading stocks. As a first step, Darwinex has launched 30 US stocks, present in the DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average) index via the MetaTrader 5 platform. Ultimately, the company expects to attract new traders willing to diversify their trading.

The goal of Darwinex is to offer its customers a wide range of stocks, of various companies around the world. Therefore, the range of tools will expand even further. After testing the new offer under real conditions, the broker is going to increase the number of US stocks and add European companies.

Darwinex founders — brothers Javier and Juan Colóns

Darwinex founders — brothers Javier and Juan Colóns

Darwinex is a fast-growing FCA regulated broker and asset manager, employing 50 people across its London and Madrid offices. The broker offers clients DMA execution at competitive rates, combined with access to more than $50 million in third-party capital, managed by Darwinex.

— 2018 is a key year for Darwinex as we look to broaden our reach through additional asset classes and trading platforms, — says Mr Juan Colón, CEO of Darwinex. — MetaTrader 5 and stocks are just the start of our journey in becoming a full service multi-asset, multi-platform broker. Our product roadmap is packed with exciting updates as we want to be the ultimate choice for every trader seeking access to the best education, execution, information and capital.