One Financial Markets partners with Swipestox

One Financial Markets partners with Swipestox to offer mobile trading

Mobile trading is very much on the agenda for retail FX brokerages, emphasized by today’s announcement that British retail FX,…

Mobile trading is very much on the agenda for retail FX brokerages, emphasized by today’s announcement that British retail FX, CFD and Spread Betting company One Financial Markets has partnered with German mobile and social trading application developer Swipestox GmbH.

From today, all clients of One Financial Markets have now mobile access to all major forex crosses, international indices and soft commodities.

Andrew Henderson, Director at One Financial Markets today said:

“Social trading with the SwipeStox-app is an exciting project and easy for our clients to set up. You can trade and share your ideas amongst your peers, wherever you are. For our clients SwipeStox adds an additional and significant degree of flexibility and freedom. The User Experience on SwipeStox makes trading more fun, is secure and an excellent source of trade ideas and potential income. It’s another innovative product that we are pleased to make available to our clients.”

Christoph Brueck, Executive Director of The Naga Group AG, Holding to Swipestox GmbH added

“To gain the trust and support of One Financial Markets is a significant step for us. SwipeStox is a unique social trading platform offering a long-needed alternative and contemporary approach to trading. The additional bonus-based income for sharing trades is significant – and surely engaging.”

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