ForexTime App now offers ‘one-stop’ trading solution for clients

Retail forex broker FXTM has updated its popular ForexTime App to offer fast and easy access to your trading world. Responding to traders’ demand for even more convenience, the ForexTime App now seamlessly integrates users’ ability to manage and access trading accounts quickly and easily while staying on top of financial market movements, on-the-go. While functionality […]

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Retail forex broker FXTM has updated its popular ForexTime App to offer fast and easy access to your trading world. Responding to traders’ demand for even more convenience, the ForexTime App now seamlessly integrates users’ ability to manage and access trading accounts quickly and easily while staying on top of financial market movements, on-the-go.

While functionality of account management is often separated from the monitoring of the financial markets, the new ForexTime App has been specifically designed to integrate the two, bringing a 360-degree view of the trading environment in one place. The app allows users to receive on-the-spot updates on the financial markets, open and fully verify a trading account, deposit and withdraw their funds and download the trading platform of their choice.

The advanced app also offers access to an extremely wide range of products and services, including FXTM Invest – which allows clients to subscribe to experienced traders’ strategies or the PAMM program where clients can invest in portfolios or provide strategies. FXTM’s clients also benefit from access to FXTM Signals and Trading Central via the app and can easily sign up for FXTM’s contests or get information about upcoming local seminars.

Commenting on the launch, Jameel Ahmad, VP of Corporate Development and Market Research, said: “Today’s traders are seeking innovative, mobile solutions which will meet their entire trading needs. Offering our clients the latest technology is a key priority for FXTM, and we are extremely pleased to unveil the latest version of the ForexTime App which offers traders fast, easy and full command over their trading accounts and funds, while keeping them up to date with the markets” said Ahmad.

Since the launch of the first version of the ForexTime App in October 2015, the company has stated that it has gained enormous popularity among traders and investors from across the globe. These latest features are sure to provide traders with complete flexibility and control over their trading experience – anywhere, anytime.

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