Clients of forex brokerage DirectFX have gained access to Protrader Multi-Connect (PTMC), a trading platform for forex and contracts for difference (CFDs), the platform announced on Thursday. The new addition is available as a result of the broker’s new partnership with PFSOFT, the developer of the platform.
DirectFX clients can use PTMC to trade in forex, futures, options and equities, thanks to CQG technology. All trading possibilities available on the platform are accessible to the broker’s clients. This is possible shortly after PTMC announced it has launched a gateway to e-trading and charting multi-asset platform CQG.
“Collaboration with our users is the main principle of our business. We listen and hear traders and their needs, that is a key point and foundation upon which our success is built,” said Artem Topol, head of business development at PTMC. “Thus we are proud to meet this connection requested by our customers and congratulate them with DirectFX partnership,” he added.
In addition to PTMC and CQG, DirectFX also offers MetaTrader 4 (MT4), one of the leading forex trading platforms.
DirectFX is an Australian forex broker brand belonging to Direct FX Trading PTY Ltd. The company is in business since 2006 and is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). It offers trading in wide range of financial intruments, including forex, contracts for difference (CFDs), precious metals, binary options, equities and futures.
PTMC is a product of trading software developer PFSOFT, which is also the developer of the Protrader trading platform. The platform was released in January 2016. PTMC is available for desktop and mobile devices, as well as in a web-based version. It features a wide selection of tools for multi-asset trading, alerts watchlists, smart chart trading with multiple chart types, drawings and studies, as well as fully customizable interface.