Trade the US Election ‘Game of the Throne’ Volatility – FX Empire

Seychelles, 19 October 2020 For the many people, the US Election has turned into a saga not unlike a presidential Game of Thrones.To give everyone the best support to trade the volatility caused by the Presidential and Senate elections, global investment gateway, Squared Financial, has launched an innovative deposit bonus campaign.

Ahead of the US election, on the 3rdNovember 2020, SquaredFinancial is giving investors an additional deposit bonus to boost their trading.The exclusively offer is available for new clients who register between the 19thof October and the 6thof November 2020.

SquaredFinancials deposit bonus campaign gives traders the specialist tools they need to interpret how different election outcomes could impact global financial markets.Squareds highly regarded analysis team will provide exclusive election insights, including:

Manie Van Rooyen, Chief Executive of SquaredFinancial Seychelles, said: This campaign forms part of our wider strategy of adopting a client-centric approach.It reflects our ongoing efforts to respond to the needs of traders through innovative technology, insightful educational resources and proactive customer support.

The SquaredFinancial US Election campaign will allow qualifying traders to get up to a 25% deposit bonus in addition to the exclusive information and insights.The level of deposit bonus will be linked to levels of trading and offers a fantastic opportunity to make the most of the election volatility.

SquaredFinancial has offices in London, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Geneva and Cyprus, allowing it to provide global solutions for a rapidly changing investment market.With a focus on new generation traders and investors who want an easy access, sophisticated, global gateway, providing flexible trading of a full range of financial assets and products.

For more information about SquaredFinancial US Election Campaign please go to: follow@sq_financial.

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