4T goes live with its proprietary mobile trading app

abdelaziz Fathi

 Online brokerage firm, 4T, is continuing to build up its proprietary trading software products with a brand new addition to their suite of trading solutions. Today, the firm has rolled out its proprietary trading application – “4T Trader”, available to both iOS and Android devices.

In a corporate statement, 4T said its trading technology is now available on mobile, with full functionality and features without compromising on performance. 4T Trader app is an essential milestone in the company’s primary mission to create an all-in-one trading hub and extend the reach of its product offering.

With a streamlined design, 4T app is easy for novice investors to use, and powerful enough for experienced traders. Investors can open an account in minutes and start trading a wide range of financial markets directly within the app. It offers a wide range of instruments to trade including forex, commodities, metals, stocks, indices, and cryptocurrencies (depending on jurisdiction).

The app users will also get access to 4T’s community of experts, which offers free analysis, market news and professional insights to help traders address common issues faced by both retail and institutional investors.

Investors trading with 4T Trader not only benefit from the company’s global brokerage expertise, but also full functionality and market access in an easy-to-use format from any device and any location.

Rakan Maayeh, CTO of 4T
Rakan Maayeh, CTO of 4T

Developed by Swiss-based 4T Technology, the fintech arm of 4T, the app features a wide range of tools and indicators to help traders identify trading opportunities and complement their strategies. Among other things, the app enables clients to open new positions, check their current trades, and manage their money regardless of where they are or if they’re on the move.

‘We’re delighted to announce the launch of 4T Trader. The release of this state-of-the art app reaffirms our vision to make access to the global markets easier and offer our clients a wider choice of elevated fintech services. QUANTA, our cutting-edge aggregation engine, powers the app and acts as the foundation with full functionality, meaning that performance, speed, and execution levels are not compromised,’ said Rakan Maayeh, CTO of 4T.

4T plans to release further technological enhancements in the next few months, focusing on automation and affordability as it seeks to make trading even more accessible.

Established in 2019, 4T is a market-leading provider in CFD trading, authorised and regulated in various jurisdictions throughout the world. The 4T aggregation engine is hosted in specialized data centers across New York and Tokyo alongside the majority of top tier banks and liquidity providers to minimize the latency and optimize efficiency.

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