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Dennis Globa, chief executive of MultiCharts, has addressed clients of the trading software developer, in an effort to rebuff recent speculation that the company is about to be sold.
In its message to clients, Mr Globa stresses that the stance of his colleagues, who have sparked the speculation, are not representative of the company or the actual facts.
MultiCharts’ CEO reiterates that the development of the flagship platform continues and that the management of the company is currently working on the development plan for the next 6 months. He notes that in July, the Beta 9.1 version of MultiCharts was released, presenting features like Local broker simulation, Forex board, Volume Profile in Depth of Market (DOM) window, and multibroker trading performance summary.
Below is the official announcement by Dennis Globa:
As the CEO and founder of MultiCharts I think it’s important to comment on certain opinions of my colleagues regarding the future development of MultiCharts, which were voiced in May 2015. Their opinions are their own, are not representative of the company or the actual facts.
Since they are not directly involved with management of the company, they do not determine any future plans or the direction where we are going. MultiCharts remains a key product, with a large team of developers, QA personnel and the best technical support in the industry. We constantly improve functionality of MultiCharts, and recently did a beta release with a huge amount of awesome improvements.
Currently we are formulating the development plan for the next 6 months, which will include even more features – constantly building a better trading experience for our customers. We are not currently having any talks regarding the sale of the company and will continue to improve MultiCharts, exactly like we have for the past 10 years.
To view the original post on MultiCharts’ blog, click here.