cTrader Desktop 4.0 Offers Advanced Chart Features & Analysis Enhancements 

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Spotware has announced the release of its cTrader Desktop 4.0 version, which not only comes equipped with advanced chart features, but also added technical and fundamental analysis tools for the ultimate trading experience.

“The cTrader Desktop 4.0 release comes with an entirely new level of chart features, as well as advanced analysis aids”, says Panagiotis Charalampous, the Head of Community Management at Spotware, “As some of the major user experience perks, we highlight the introduction of Active Charts in conjunction with an increased range of hotkeys, the integration of Autochartist and FXStreet News for a complete technical and fundamental analysis, as well as an API for handling chart activation/deactivation and a new cBot hotkeys API.”

Additionally, standing by the Traders First™ approach, Spotware has introduced a number of convenience features, such as the ability to deposit and withdraw funds to/from Demo accounts, ability to duplicate charts, expand/collapse symbol tiles, and copy/paste chart drawings, saving users time and leaving their hands free for what really matters to them  – their analysis and trading. 

To try these new features, please Download cTrader Desktop 4.0

About Spotware

Spotware is an award-winning financial technology provider specializing in complete business solutions and complex custom development projects that add value to their clients. It is best known for its flagship product, cTrader, a premium FX and CFDs trading platform offered by leading brokers and trusted by millions of traders worldwide. It has also developed cXchange, an out-of-the-box digital asset exchange solution that allows any business to launch a cryptocurrency exchange. Spotware has been raising the standards of the online trading industry since 2010 providing constant innovation ever since. Founded on the values of transparency and Traders First™ approach, the company develops products that are responsive to the changing demands of business and regulatory landscape, and serve the long-term interests of all market participants. 

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