LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / December 5, 2018 / In its recent years, FidLo International has made enviable progress and differentiated itself in a crowded market, cementing this success with its recognition as Financial Broker of the Year. This award is presented to financial institutions which deliver outstanding results with regard to profitability, customer care, compliance, and platform features, among other criteria. This UK-based company has expanded quickly to become a top-of-the-line contracts for difference (CFDs) broker, establishing large positions all over Europe and Asia before recently storming the Latin American market with huge success.
FidLo International attributes its achievements to the emphasis it places on a custom-built service. Given today’s highly globalized and technological world, the company has made it a priority to keep close to its customers, aiming for effective communication and identifying clearly the needs of each of them. Its services exist to help every investor maximize returns with the lowest possible risk, which means that people like novice stock market participants can expect all the support and attention they need to start their investment journey successfully and grow their wealth. With trust and security set as cornerstones of its strategy, FidLo International approaches each customer with the premise that objectives and purposes are as diverse as people around the globe. It treats each of them as an exclusive client and makes certain that every portfolio is special and custom-made, reflecting not only the investment objectives and needs of the person but also their individuality.
Since many of FidLo International’s customers invest in shares, the company is taking the opportunity to comment on the year-end phenomenon that has come to be known as a Santa Claus rally. The term refers to the stock market gains typically observed in the final week of December and the first days of January. According to the 2017 edition of the Stock Trader’s Almanac, ”Since 1969, the Santa Claus rally has yielded positive returns in 34 of the past 45 holiday seasons – the last five trading days of the year and the first two trading days after New Year’s. The average cumulative return over these days is 1.4%, and returns are positive in each of the seven days of the rally, on average.” While belief in this year-end uptick is not universal, the majority of analysts and fund managers agree that plenty of evidence exists to support the theory. Nicholas Colas, co-founder of DataTrek Research, is of the opinion that 2018 will not witness a Santa rally because the strong seasonal trends will be countered by negative investor sentiment. However, the optimists are overwhelmingly in the majority, among them being John Stoltzfus, chief investment strategist and managing director of Oppenheimer Asset Management. Speaking on CNBC’s Fast Money program, he said, ”I think we could probably get 7 percent out of it,” going on to suggest that consumer discretionary and technology stocks could provide the main boost.
Incorporated in the UK, FidLo International has committed itself to helping clients build strong, diverse portfolios and maximize their investment returns while accounting for individual goals and risk tolerance. Employing sophisticated technological solutions and a team of market experts, the investment broker offers opportunities for trading in various financial instruments, including stocks and contracts for difference (CFDs). The company operates as a regulated entity in the UK, Cyprus, and the British Virgin Island.
FidLo – The next step in your investment: https://www.fidlointernational.com
FidLo International on the Implications of S&P 500 Changes for FAANGs: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/fidlo-international-implications-p-500-214500044.html
FidLo International Highlights Latin America’s Ascent in Global Derivatives Market: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/fidlo-international-highlights-latin-americas-164000973.html
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