Blueberry Markets adds FX Navigator technical analysis tool to offering

Blueberry Markets adds FX Navigator technical analysis tool to offering

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Blueberry Markets, an Australia-based forex broker that commenced operations several months ago, announced a partnership with fintech TraderMade to offer its technical analysis and research tool FX Navigator.

FX Navigator presents a technical and economical analysis, industry news, and a charting tool in one. It is a subscription-based tool that provides around-the-clock data for more than 42 forex pairs, real-time streaming forex news in multiple languages. The tool is available for desktop and mobile devices, alike.

“FX Navigator gives self-directed traders functionality previously only available to institutional brokers and fund managers. We are thrilled to be able to provide our traders with access to a tool as powerful at FX Navigator powered by TraderMade,” said Blueberry Markets founder Dean Hyde.

FX Navigator is the latest solution available from TraderMade, a provider of real-time market data and proprietary analytics software to central banks, leading corporations, financial institutions and individual traders.

In September last year, Blueberry Markets expanded its offering with AutoChartist’s market scanner for the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) trading platform. In addition, it offers a social trading service via ZuluTrade and Myfxbook, automated trading via the Signal Trader system, Happy Forex expert advisers for the MT4, a VPS service, and a Multi-Account Manager (MAM) option.

Blueberry Markets, owned by former AxiTrader executive Dean Hyde, launched business in August 2016. It is a non-dealing desk (NDD) broker regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and is an authorized representative of EightCap Pty Ltd., which trades under the forex brand EightCap.

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