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Admiral Markets adds a new single share CFD: Snap Inc.

Admiral Markets announces the addition of a new instrument, Snap Inc. (Snapchat) single share CFD (#SNAP) – effective from Tuesday, 14 March 2017.

Newly listed, prominent companies will always have lots of attention and lots of trading volume. Admiral Markets will offer many more single share CFDs this year, because we believe that the demand for single shares and new Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) is much higher than for Forex.

“It is always the same. The quotes of a new listed instrument will bring big movements – ups and downs.” says Jens Chrzanowski, Director at Admiral Markets UK, Berlin Branch. “By investing into shares directly, only upgoing quotes will bring you profit. Leveraged CFD trading of #SNAP allows you to make a choice: long or short; you are able to make money if prices are falling, also.”, he added.

Founded in 2011, Snapchat is a popular messaging platform and social network, designed exclusively for mobile users. Today, with an estimated near 7 billion video views per day, it has rapidly accelerated to become a true heavyweight in the social media space.

For more information, please visit Admiral Markets official website or contact pr@admiralmarkets.com.

Risk disclosure: Forex and CFDs carry a high level of risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit. Admiral Markets UK Ltd. recommends you seek advice from an independent financial advisor to ensure that you understand the risks involved with Forex, CFDs, Margin and Leveraged trading.



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