Blueberry Markets chooses TraderMade’s FX Navigator data and analytics

Australia-based retail Forex and CFDs broker Blueberry Markets has announced that it has selected FX Navigator powered by TraderMade, to provide institutional-grade technical and fundamental analysis for its traders.

We had exclusively reported last August on the launch of Blueberry Markets, led by former AxiTrader executive Dean Hyde. Blueberry Markets went live last year as an authorized rep of ASIC licensed retail forex broker EightCap.

FX Navigator powered by TraderMade is a subscription-based charting tool and technical analysis workstation used by the largest asset managers and central banks in the world. The data provided by FX Navigator is made available through TraderMade, a provider of real-time market data and proprietary analytics software to central banks, leading corporations, financial institutions and individual traders. Traders and clients have relied on TraderMade for unbiased verification of FX data and pricing for more than 40 years.

Blueberry Markets’ clients can now enjoy a plethora of trading tools provided by Fx Navigator powered by TraderMade, including:

  • 24 hour data on more than 42 currency pairs
  • Robust charting and technical analysis capabilities
  • Real-time streaming forex news alongside FX market analysis in multiple languages
  • Accessibility on desktop, iPhone, and other mobile devices

“We’re very excited to have been selected by Blueberry Markets to provide their traders with our proprietary analysis,” said David Upton, chief executive officer of Tradermade Systems LTD. “FX Navigator is the newest addition to our suite of softwares, and we are very excited so many partners have shown their interest is using our services.”

“FX Navigator gives self-directed traders functionality previously only available to institutional brokers and fund managers,” said Dean Hyde, founder of Blueberry Markets. “We are thrilled to be able to provide our traders with access to a tool as powerful at FX Navigator powered by TraderMade.”

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