ChartIQ’s WebTrader MT4 gets new user interface

ChartIQ’s WebTrader MT4 gets new user interface

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ChartIQ

ChartIQ, a leader in HTML5 financial charting for capital markets, has released a new user interface (UI) of its WebTrader for the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) web-based trading platform. Thanks to this, the platform offer a greater product differentiation and more user-friendly cross-platform technology.

“With brokerages looking to break away from the competition, the most innovative turn to technology and infrastructure solutions to upgrade their front end interface,” the forextech said in a statement. “Because our new platform is a white-labeled product, brokerages have the ability to customize the user interface and adhere to brand standards to meet the needs of their organization and their users.”

ChartIQ WebtTrader MT4

ChartIQ’s WebTrader MT4 is entirely build in HTML5, which means it does not require installation and is accessible from any browser. All users need is an Internet connection and Flash or Java support. It is fully and easily synchronized with MT4 as a plug in, which saves brokerages development time and money. Investors can log in with their existing MT4 username and password. Trading via the platform is available directly from charts and from up to 10 chart windows at once.

ChartIQ’s technology is used by more than 100 institutional and retail financial service providers, including brokerages, banks, financial portals, trading platforms, and individual traders. In addition to Webtrader for MT5, the company also offers Mobile Trader for MT4. It also has a full range of HTML5 charting and data visualization tools – from idea identification to opportunity analysis to trade execution. Its solutions allow clients to upgrade the trading technologies they use to professional-grade HTML5-based ones.

ChartIQ’s technologies are used both more than 125 clients, includiing forex brokers like eToro and DMM FX and forex platform developers like Leverate and Tradable.

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