Grand Capital launches mobile app for iPhones

Grand Capital launches mobile app for iPhones

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Grand Capital, a Seychelles-based forex, CFD and binary options broker, said it has launched its proprietary mobile app Grand Capital Invest for iPhones. It, however, is still in beta testing mode and the broker invites its clients to participate in the testing and send their recommendations.

The app allows clients to manage their trading accounts, follow important news and receive analytics on their mobile devices. There is also the option to transfer to the MetaTrader 4 app with one tap.

With Grand Capital Invests the broker’s clients can open a new account, view account balance, make a deposit, request a withdrawal, make internal transfer, view their trading history, analytics and economic calendar, read company news and contact client support.


«With Forex trading quickly shifting to mobile devices, brokers are pushed to follow the trend to stay on the market. Grand Capital app for Android devices is already very popular among many of our clients. Now users of iPhones can also benefit from all the advantages of mobile account management,” said Stanislav Vaneev, CEO Grand Capital.

Interestingly, it took Grand Capital quite a while to launch its app for iPhones, as the Android version has been around at least since the summer of 2016.

The broker offers trading in forex, CFDs on stocks, gold, oil, lumber and forex instruments and binary options. Its clients can sign up for five types of trading accounts, starting with a minimum deposit of $10 and leverage of up to 1:2000 for the Swap Free type of account. The trading platform is MetaTrader 4. There are also affiliate programs, a free demo trading account, economic calendar and analytical articles.

Currently Grand Capital has offices in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, South Africa, Germany, Portugal, Indonesia, Philippines, India and Netherlands. According to its CEO Vaneev, the broker will seek Cyprus regulation and will start offering a new investment system.

Recently the broker started accepting online banking deposits from countries in Latin America, China and Indonesia.

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