Chat with us
Live Chat

Trade AMEX

0 (0%)
Daily change

Thinking of trading AMEX?

    1. AmEx, since it also acts as the issuer of its cards in addition to the payment processor (in contrast to Visa and Mastercard), it will have comparatively more to gain if it can ramp up member spending. One sure sign that it's been very successful in this crucial aspect of its operations is that in recent quarters, 60% of its loan growth has come from existing clients. 2. AmEx's secret weapon has always been its customer base, which is relatively more well-heeled and affluent than the average Visa or Mastercard issuer. 3. In addition to being successful at squeezing more growth from its existing card members, it's also doing well in attracting new business. Its total cards in circulation rose last year by 7%.
Start Trading

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss

Get daily trading signals

  • Shares/Indices
  • Forex
  • Gold/Oil

Powered by

Start Trading

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss

How would you like to trade AMEX?

Fondex cTrader features an impressive array of trading tools that can help you analyse the Forex market with efficiency and precision.
  • Tight spreads & reliable execution
  • 70+ pre-installed indicators
  • Custom indicators
  • 26 time frames
  • Live Sentiment data
  • Chart trading
  • Advanced Take Profit & Stop Loss
  • Depth of Market

Trading involves risk of loss

Fondex cTrader’s Copy functionality enables you to copy strategies from other traders or provide signals and charge a fee.
  • Vast selection of strategies to copy
  • Efficient risk management
  • Can start and stop copying at your will
  • Flexible allocation of funds
  • Detailed performance reports
  • Full transparency & access to historical data

Trading involves risk of loss

Use cBots to monitor and trade multiple Forex pairs at the same time. When you use cBots to trade, an algorithm opens and closes your positions without any decision-making on your part.

For beginners:

  • Great choice of available cBots for various trading strategies and risk tolerance levels
  • Simple Plug and Play functionality

For advanced traders:

  • Ability to create your own cBot or custom indicator

Trading involves risk of loss

The American Express Company, also known as Amex, is an American multinational financial services corporation founded in 1850. It trades in the NYSE with the ticker AXP and it is a component of the DJIA, S&P 100 and S&P 500. As of December, 2017, the company had 112. 8 million cards in force, including 50 million cards in force in the United States, each with an average annual spending of $18,519. In 2017, Forbes named American Express as the 23rd most valuable brand in the world (and the highest within financial services), estimating the brand to be worth US$24.5 billion. In 2018, Fortune ranked American Express as the 14th most admired company worldwide, and the 23rd best company to work for. Amex, together with Visa (NYSE:V) and Mastercard (NYSE:MA) have seen very good years overall. All three have benefited from a generally strong global economy and markedly improving fundamentals.

1. Next to its apparently eternal rivals Visa and Mastercard, AmEx has been something of an underdog stock. I think at least some of this has to do with concern over the immediate future of the global economy. Numerous prognosticators point to warning signs that it'll slow down, or nose-dive into recession. 2. A Top bank has just downgraded AmEx stock, which is never a good sign for investors. Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its recommendation on American Express stock, changing its view on the big credit card company from buy to neutral.