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ChartIQ’s WebTrader for MT4 and Trading Central’s Featured Ideas have combined powers for forex brokers to enhance their MT4 integrations. Featured Ideas looks at user-defined preferences to scan price movement in real time and display up to ten ready-to-go trade ideas. ChartIQ’s WebTrader for MT4 offers the industry’s best UI/UX for forex trading and is backed by a high-performance HTML5 charting engine that can be completely customized and white labeled. WebTrader is easy to install and integrate and simplifies the execution of trades for any forex broker who has access to an MT4 server.
This collaboration found its origin with actual traders.
“We set out to study and understand our clients’ expectations and felt there are components out there that, if brought together, would deliver an experience we feel is sought after. Since we view our vendors as partners, it was natural for us to involve both Trading Central and ChartIQ,” explains David Bily of Vantage FX, the Australian financial services firm providing online Forex trading capabilities to retail, high-net-worth and institutional clients globally.”
ChartIQ provides time-series based charting and data visualization solutions for capital markets applications. Based out of Charlottesville, Virginia, with offices in New York, London, and Cyprus, ChartIQ has more than 125 customers around the world. ChartIQ helps investment banks, brokerages, trading platforms, and financial portals replace legacy charting technologies with its professional HTML5 charting library.
Trading Central, with offices in Ottawa, New York, London, Paris (HQ), Limassol, Hong Kong and Shanghai, delivers investing analysis and patented chart pattern recognition to help investors actively participate in financial markets and optimize their investment strategies and has offices in Ottawa, New York, London, Paris (HQ), Limassol, Hong Kong and Shanghai.