CMC Markets Bolsters MT4 Trading Proposition

In its new partnership with FX Blue, CMC Markets provides 12 add-ons and 15 indicators now available free to clients, allows clients to trade with Expert Advisors (EAs), with the new MT4 solution complementing the leading functionality of CMC Markets Next Generation platform

CMC Markets, one of the world’s leading spread betting and contracts for difference (CFD) providers, has today announced a partnership with FX Blue to provide an extensive range of free tools for those clients using the popular MT4 trading platform. A total of 27 additional applications will be available to any CMC Markets client actively trading across the online platform.

Available add-ons include a correlation matrix and sentiment trader, whilst indicators on offer range from simple order histories and pivot points through to Renko blocks and Keltner channels.

Ryan O’Doherty, Head of Product Development at CMC Markets, commented:

“Our proprietary and flexible Next Generation platform remains incredibly popular with the vast majority of traders, but we know that some clients have worked for years on MT4. By providing them with a comprehensive range of add-on tools for this global platform, they get the comfort of a familiar trading environment with improved functionality, whilst being secure in the knowledge that they are dealing through one of the most respected names in the industry.”

CMC Markets is constantly looking at ways to improve its offering to ensure clients have access to the latest tools and products to enhance their trading experience. The most recent Investment Trends survey of active European CFD and FX traders, published in early August, saw CMC Markets receive more top service awards than any other industry provider, including winning the customer service and platform reliability categories. The survey also awarded CMC Markets with the highest overall customer satisfaction rating for a seventh consecutive year.

Image: Ryan O’Doherty discusses platform functionality FinanceFeeds at CMC Markets head office, London

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