ThinkMarkets launches demo trading on Trade Interceptor app

ThinkMarkets launches demo trading on Trade Interceptor app

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The powerful mobile app Trade Interceptor announced the launch of demo trading through the new partnership with forex broker ThinkMarkets on Monday. The broker has connected its trading infrastructure to the charting and analytics app in practice mode to later offer users the ability to analyze the markets and trade from the same platform for real.

The app will be further upgraded and developed to cater to the needs of users with regional language requirements, together with a diversified product offering, including CFD equities, bonds and options on top of the current market range of currency pairs, CFDs on indices, commodities and precious metals.

The launch of demo trading on Trade Interceptor is only the first of several developments that we have planned to enhance the mobile-app,” stated Nauman Anees, CEO of ThinkMarkets. “Mobile is fast-becoming a core aspect of the Group’s business strategy and hence through the ThinkTrader mobile-app, and now Trade Interceptor, we are expanding our ‘Mobile First’ strategy to become the world’s largest mobile broker,” he added.

The news about the demo trading launch broke a couple of weeks after ThinkMarkets announced the acquisition of Trade Interceptor. The mobile app combines intuitive interface with advanced technical analysis tools and brags about being honored “Best Mobile Platform” by the forex industry. The app has been downloaded more than 500 000 times by now.

ThinkMarkets (formerly ThinkForex) offers trading in wide range of financial instruments on both its proprietary ThinkTrader platform and the MetaTrader 4 (MT4). There are two companies behind the brand – F Global Markets (UK) Ltd., regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and TF Global Markets (Aust) Pty Ltd., licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The broker has offices in Australia, where it originated from, the UK, Australia, Chile, and the UAE.


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