Tradermade Systems announces upgrade to Maverick Charting Solution

Tradermade Systems Ltd., a provider of real-time market data and proprietary analytics software to central banks, leading corporations, financial institutions and individual traders, today officially announced a new upgrade to its popular Maverick charting solution. Maverick version 4.2 adds new chart types, reporting capabilities and streamlined navigation to the platform. The new features are designed to improve user-experience by seamlessly integrating into the client’s daily workflow.

Tradermade came out with Version 4.1 back in April as covered on LeapRate. Furthermore, it is also worth pointing out that Currency Mountain Holdings, parent of FXDD, bought Tradermade earlier this year as the holding company looked to diversify into vendor capabilities beyond it’s traditional brokerage services.

Specific features of the updated Maverick 4.2 include:

  • Single-click instrumentation and an easy-to-navigate tab for cycle tools
  •  Enhanced publishing features, including watermarks
  •  New chart Spline and Point & Figure chart types
  •  New Hi/Lo and Levels Summary reports
  •  Hurst analysis tools and capabilities

“We’re constantly evolving the Maverick platform by taking customer feedback into account and anticipating new ways to make the user experience more agile and efficient,” said David Hastings, head of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Tradermade Systems Ltd. “Version 4.2 is part of this ongoing commitment and an upgrade that we believe will provide enhanced speed and functionality.”

The new version of Maverick was automatically upgraded to platforms upon login on September 4th. Tradermade stated it will continue to introduce additional upgrades and features for Maverick in 2015 and beyond. It may be worth checking the company out for your individual charting needs, or possibly a brokerage might find a continuously updated analytics platform attractive to offer additional trading tools for clients.

tradermateTo view more information highlighting Maverick 4.2 upgrades, click here.

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