ThinkMarkets launches web version of ThinkTrader
“Our mission has always been to provide our customers with all the necessary tools to achieve exceptional trading results.”
ThinkMarkets has announced the launch of ThinkTrader Web, a platform-agnostic solution capable to run on multiple devices and screens.
The addition of web support to their suite of trading solutions is part of the continued build up of the multi-asset broker’s proprietary trading software products.
A new milestone along the road for ThinkTrader
The web version of ThinkTrader provides a seamless trading experience for its users and extends the reach of its product offering, with customers being able to access their trading account from multiple devices and operating systems.
ThinkTrader Web boasts more than 125 technical indicators, 50 drawing tools, 20 chart types, among other unique features, and addresses the demand from the rapidly growing userbase of ThinkMarkets.
Nauman Anees, co-CEO of ThinkMarkets, commented: “Our mission has always been to provide our customers with all the necessary tools to achieve exceptional trading results. We started from mobile, aiming to bridge the gap between the small screen and a feature-rich platform. Today marks a new milestone along the road for ThinkTrader – as we commit to delivering a feature-rich web-trading experience with multi-
screen support, easy-to-use interface exceptional security and reliability.”
ThinkMarkets is a multi asset online trading firm offering a wide range of products, including equities, FX, and Crypto, with tight spreads, low to zero commissions and a range of account types tailored to the needs of specific clients.
The brokerage firm is headquartered in London and Melbourne, with offices in Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Japan.
ThinkMarkets adds 2,500 new CFDs on shares and ETFs
ThinkMarkets has recently has recently incorporated 2,500 new CFDs on shares and ETFs, reaching a total of over 4,000 ETFs and shares available on its ThinkTrader platform.
The increased lineup of derivatives referencing stocks and ETFs come as CFDs remain one of the popular investment vehicles for retail traders.
The asset class typically tracks a stock market index and trades on an exchange so that it allows individuals to trade a basket of securities in a single transaction. It also creates the conditions for retail investors to trade the underlying asset with much better control of their exposure to risk margin.
The case for adding more assets has been growing in recent years with clients from certain regions keen to actively trade new instruments.
ThinkMarkets (formerly ThinkForex) is a multi-licensed online forex brokerage firm, authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).