Introducing Metatrader4- The All New Solution to Automated Trading By Tradenext


Posted January 26, 2014 by kjprlogins

There is a piece of good news for all traders- novice or seasoned. Trade Next Global is all set to launch its new trading platform- Metatrader4 or MT4.

 
Equipped with commendable features, the forum is said to enhance automated trading for all forex brokers.

London, 17 January 2014: Tradenext, one of the leading names in the forex market and global trade is now all set to launch a new platform- Trade Next Metatrader (MT4). This forum is being said to be the ideal choice for a number of retail Forex brokers- the novice or the seasoned- all across the globe. Traders can visit the official website of Tradenext for more detailed information on the topic.

Tradenext has recently launched a new forum for traders and forex brokers of all sorts, namely the Metatrader 4 or MT4. Efficient and fast, the forum is going to be like no other as far as the global trading picture is concerned. With state of the art technical scrutiny and charting components, Trade Next Global has brought to the fore a trading platform that provides start up traders with commendable ergonomic blueprint. Said to cascade prices at a commendable rate, the platform picks up the prices from the interbank liquidity authority directly. And this definitely is good news for the traders as they will have constant access to the live rates, thereby, facilitating the pace of things. The entire deal is being aptly said to be the go to for all Spread Betting and CFD traders and FX Products.

The forum has been designed in such a manner so as to provide forex brokers with all the information that they could ask for- right form charts and open positions to trade tickets. And the best part of the entire deal is that the forum’s design allows each account holder to customise the forum to cater to their requirements. And once the traders have made their preferences and strategies clear, MT4 will start the process of trade spontaneously. Traders will have the alternative of conceiving their own alternative algorithm for the purpose of automated trading or can consider purchasing an EA commodity or Expert Advisory product commonly available on the forum. The MT4 launched by Trade Next Global has been also equipped with a number of accessories that will enable traders to manage the possible hazards, assess their positions and determine the limits.

The MT4 platform that is being launched by Trade Next Global is equipped with a number of features that will definitely appeal to traders of the forex market. It’s key features include single click transactions , expert guidance enabling automate trade, tools accounting for management of multiple accounts, mobile trading independent of the android and smart phone technology, absolutely free of charge demonstrative account among others. High in the reliability and efficiency quotient, the MT4 platform can be definitely said to be one of the best automated trading solutions on the block.

About The Company:
Trade Next Global is a UK based firm that has its roots in India. Supported by the pillars of “trust, integrity, excellence and customer first”, the company can be said to be a haven for all forex brokers and global traders. Based on the experience drawn from the performance in emerging markets, Tradenext has been successful in expanding its boundaries to the developed markets as well. The company employs the strategies of innovation, market investigation, research and inspection of trends to enhance Forex transaction through its education assistance.
Media and individual forex traders can contact the company at [email protected] or place a call at +44 (0) 20 7614 5555.

Media Contact:
Trade Next Global
London, UK
+44 (0) 20 7614 5555.
[email protected]
https://www.tradenextglobal.com/
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Last Updated January 26, 2014