XTB is poised to introduce an expansion of its “Investment Plans,” featuring an auto-trading component. Omar Arnaout, CEO of the Polish fintech firm listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, underscores the significance of this addition in strengthening long-term, passive investment strategies, particularly harnessing the global scope of ETF funds.
Since the preceding autumn, XTB clients have had the opportunity to engage in medium to long-term passive investments. The Investment Plans offer the flexibility to create up to 10 distinct investment portfolios based on selected ETF funds. Each portfolio can accommodate up to 9 funds, with a minimum investment threshold of $15. While the company had initially announced plans to introduce a feature for regular portfolio funding, its rollout has encountered slight delays.
Arnaout emphasizes the pivotal role played by modern technology and algorithmic trading in elevating the firm’s service offerings. With the introduction of the new auto-investing feature, clients can now invest predetermined amounts at regular intervals, tailoring the frequency and amount to align with their unique investment goals and evolving needs.
Commencing Thursday, XTB is set to promote this innovative feature across all its operational markets, spanning its home market in Poland and other European countries. This expansion aligns with the company’s overarching strategy to cater to a growing client base interested in diverse investment options, as evidenced by the increasing numbers of brokerage clients in these regions.