UK-regulated forex broker Fortrade has added new features to its proprietary self-branded trading platform, including new chart indicators and more payment options. The new additions are available only to the web and mobile versions of the platform.
Fortrade has added many more indicators for chart analysis that can help traders increase their profit potential. The broker did not specify what were the new charts.
The platform now supports several new payment methods, including Qiwi Wallet, WebMoney, Giropa and Sofort. Fortrade supports more than a dozen payment systems, among which Visa, MasterCard, and AmEx bank cards, as well as the recently-added PayPal. The broker said it is expanding its deposit options on clients’ requests.
In addition, the Fortrade platform has been added localised support within and outside the trading platforms. Support is available in more languages, but no details were disclosed.
The Fortrade platform is the only trading platform in the broker’s portfolio. It is available in a web-based version and as desktop and mobile applications.
Fortrade is a London-based fixed-spread brokerage, licensed and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It offers a wide range of trading instruments, covering more than 150 currencies, as well as commodity, index and stock contracts for difference (CFDs) through its proprietary platform.