Tradeview launches Innovative Liquidity Connector

Tradeview launches Innovative Liquidity Connector

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Offshore online forex broker Tradeview Markets, trading as Tradeview Forex, announced the launch of its Innovative Liquidity Connector, an electronic communication network (ECN) marketplace for self-directed and institutional forex traders.

The new tool provides the Tradeview clients with access to spreads as low as 0 from more than 50 banks and liquidity providers.

Tradeview's Innovative Liquidity Connector(R) (PRNewsFoto/Tradeview Markets)
Tradeview’s Innovative Liquidity Connector(R) (PRNewsFoto/Tradeview Markets)

“We have promised from day one that we will not get involved in any gimmicks, ridiculous promotions or fancy sponsorships, just serious trading in the best trading environment in the industry,” said Timothy Furey, founder and CEO of Tradeview Markets. “We further this commitment by now providing the tightest spreads in the industry with absolutely no mark-ups, coupled with our world-class customer service.”

The Innovative Liquidity Connector is the latest addition to Tradeview’s large portfolio of trading tools. In the end of March the company became the first forex broker to to integrate the services of financial company Uphold, which offers cloud-based money transfer services.

Earlier in March Tradeview also added the cTrader trading platform to its trading tools.

Tradeview Forex offers trading in 25 forex pairs, as well as contracts for difference (CFDs), precious metals and stock with variable spreads and commissions. Its product portfolio features both retail and institutional services.

The broker is a subsidiary of Tradeview Ltd., which is regulated by the Cayman Island Monetary Authority (CIMA). The company also operates Tradeview Prime, a broker of institutional forex, futures, equities, and options, and TVM Trader, which is a provider of equities trading services.

The Cayman Islands are known as an offshore financial heaven since entities are not required to pay any taxes on corporate profits and capital gains.

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