RoboForex adds CFD trading to MT4 web-based, mobile trading platforms

RoboForex adds CFD trading to MT4 web-based, mobile trading platforms

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Automated forex broker RoboForex said on Tuesday it has made available to clients an upgraded versions of the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) web-based and mobile trading platforms, adding support for contracts for difference (CFDs) to both.

Clients of RoboForex who use the MT4 mobile platform can now use one-click trading. Moreover, some enhancements have been made to optimized performance, such as the addition of landscape orientation, option to zoom the chart area with fingers, additional filters in “Close orders” and “Bonuses” sections, “Always on” mode which allows the screen to always be on when the application is launched, as well as optimized interface of fields for choosing data and time.

The broker has also made some minor changes to the MT4 WebTrader, including adding an option for color changes on the chart and more convenient operation with charts and open positions.

RoboForex added the web version of MT4 and MT5 (for iOS and Android) about a month ago. In addition it also offers the two platforms for desktop and mobile devices, as well as a wide selection of other platforms, including cTrader and Umstel (for US stocks).

RoboForex, headquartered in Cyprus’ Limassol, is a forex brokerage group with representative offices globally. It offers trading in forex, CFDs, and metals. The group used to provide binary options instruments under the cap of its Cyprus-regulated unit, but it discontinued the service in early June.

The brokerage consists of the holding company RoboForex Financial Group, and its units Cyprus-regulated RoboForex CY Ltd., New Zealand-based RoboForex LP., and Belize-regulated RoboForex Ltd., which until recently was known as RoboTrade Ltd.

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