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Invest in Snowflake’s IPO with Admiral Markets!

September 16, 2020 19:33

On Wednesday, September 16, 2020, Snowflake launched their IPO.

Not familiar with Snowflake? Here are the highlights:

Snowflake Inc. provides network database solutions. The Company develops database architecture, data warehouses, query optimization, and parallelization solutions. Snowflake serves customers worldwide, growing quickly and getting a lot of attention because it's a cloud database that's fast and easy to use, which integrates smoothly with a client's preferred cloud platform.

How can you take part in the event?

We're excited to share that Admiral Markets has added Snowflake shares (SNOW, NYSE) to our Invest.MT5 account offering, and are immediately available for investment to all Admiral Markets clients with Invest.MT5 accounts.

With Invest.MT5, traders can access thousands of shares and ETFs from 15 of the world's largest stock exchanges, all from MetaTrader 5.

Why invest via Invest.MT5?

  • Invest from just $0.02 per share with minimum transaction fees of just $1 on US stocks.
  • Receive free real-time market data, with no delays, at no extra cost.
  • Create a stream of passive income by collecting dividend payouts.
  • Use the world-renowned MetaTrader 5 multi-asset class trading platform.

Simply log in to Trader's Room and apply for an Invest.MT5 account to get started.

Invest in stocks The content of this communication is not an investment advice and does not constitute any offer or solicitation to offer or recommendation of any investment product. It is for general purposes only and does not take into account your individual needs, investment objectives and specific financial circumstances. Investment involves risk.


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