Trade The Pool launches TraderEvolution’s platform for prop trading: 3,000 CFDs on equities and ETFs

Rick Steves

“The trading solutions it provides come with unrivalled support, which allows our traders’ mental calmness that allows them to take in everything else that affects the trade decisions.”

Trade The Pool has tapped TraderEvolution Global to develop and launch its proprietary trading platform, to allow stock day traders to generate profits from trading US equities and ETFs.

The professional trading platform, built by TraderEvolution, contains the best features available and an easy and user-friendly workspace. The product offering was developed in partnership with CBOE and consists of over 3000 CFDs on equities and ETFs from the US market available in each of 3 funding programs for applying traders.

Trade The Pool is a stock trading prop firm for day traders, and is backed by Five Percent Online Ltd., a company that operates, a well-known and highly reputed online prop firm established in 2016.

Scalping, level-2 trading, market discovery, charts, data aggregations

The prop firm provides funds for program participants so they can generate profits via for quick-paced trading. Among key tools are those for scalping, level-2 trading with information about order flow, market discovery tools as well as charts that support multiple styles and data aggregations.

Michael Katz, CEO of Trade The pool, said: “Working with Trader Evolution helps our traders to make better trading decisions in real time. The trading solutions it provides come with unrivalled support, which allows our traders’ mental calmness that allows them to take in everything else that affects the trade decisions.”

Roman Nalyvaiko, CEO of TraderEvolution Global, said: “The partnership with Trade The Pool is a great experience for us and an opportunity to continue learning about how to keep professional traders fully satisfied. With its exceptional and tech-savvy team Trade The Pool has a decent potential as a fintech investment firm, and we are glad to be part of their project. ”

TraderEvolution is a multi-market trading platform provider offering modular, tailored solutions that include a back-end with established connectivities to dozens of markets across the globe, and a complex front-end suite with web, mobile, and desktop applications.

The company serves banks and brokers from around the world, empowering them with an independent and liquidity-neutral solution to facilitate core brokerage operations or complement their existing solutions.

TraderEvolution launched white label mobile app

TraderEvolution Global Ltd. has recently released a new mobile app designed to make investing more accessible for investors who wish to trade mainly settled instruments such as stocks and ETFs.

The new mobile app is the latest trading terminal in the software vendor’s front-end suite and could be offered as a standalone terminal or accompanied by other TraderEvolution front ends for active trading.

With this launch, the provider of multi-market software solutions for brokers is also introducing new tools such as thematic lists of stocks, and algorithms for market exploration. TraderEvolution’s trading ideas module is supported by the app.

Boasting an ergonomic UI design and a simplified workspace, the app aims at a straightforward user experience so that investors can trade fractional shares and size their positions by Dollar, or other currency amounts, using a simplified order entry panel.

The fully white-label product offers a wide scope of new options for UI customisation which are designed to make it look like a broker’s in-house application.

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