Grand Capital upgrades binary options web platform

Grand Capital upgrades binary options web platform

Grand Capital

Grand Capital, a Seychelles-based forex, CFD and binary options broker announced it has upgraded the web terminal for binary options trading.

First off, Grand Capital has made the interface minimalistic and interactive interface, with live charts, trades, quotes and trade managing instruments available in one screen. The new web terminal is more simple and user-friendly and is mostly intended for novices and traders who appreciate functionality. Trading is also available on MetaTrader 4.

With the new web terminal clients can open and close trades with a single click, view all the open trades with all the info on the chart, view the complete trades history, use trading signals for all the instruments for more precise predictions.

Grand Capital’s binary options offering includes 42 assets – currency pairs, indices, oil, gas, heating oil, gold, silver, for a minimum deposit of $10 and payouts up to 86%. There is an early closure feature, which allows clients to close presumably unsuccessful trades may be closed before expiration time and receive profit. The broker also offers compensation of losses.  This means that once a month traders can compensate all losses taken during one unsuccessful day of trading.

Recently Grand Capital announced that it will be offering only American-style binary options and released a binary options trading app for iPhones.

The broker offers trading in forex, CFDs on stocks, gold, oil, lumber and forex instruments and binary options. Its clients can sign up for five types of trading accounts, starting with a minimum deposit of $10 and leverage of up to 1:2000 for the Swap Free type of account. The trading platform is MetaTrader 4. There are also affiliate programs, a free demo trading account, economic calendar and analytical articles.

Currently Grand Capital has offices in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, South Africa, Germany, Portugal, Indonesia, Philippines, India and Netherlands.

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