Vantage launches social trading on mobile app

Rick Steves

Vantage has announced the launch of social trading on the Vantage App, thus expanding its mobile features and turning it into an all-in-one trading app that supports both regular trading and social trading.

The multi-asset broker believes the social trading feature is revolutionizing the traditional CFD industry by turning trading into a social event with benefits for both sides, experienced traders and novice users.

Experienced traders can share their trading strategies as signal providers; novice traders will be able to follow numerous signal providers, gain insights from experienced investors, and trade their strategies by mirroring the trades of others.

Social trading with Vantage’s over 1,000 CFD instruments

Social trading on the Vantage App will cover the whole product offering of more than 1,000 trading instruments including CFDs on Forex, Commodities, Indices, Energy, Shares, ETFs and Bonds.

The mobile app provides access to a comprehensive range of charts, technical tools, order types, personalized trading reports, and alerts, available in 14 languages. Market analysis and market news are powered by Trading Central and FXStreet.

The Vantage App is now supported on OPPO, VIVO, Huawei, Xiaomi, and Samsung devices, on top of iOS and Android devices, which significantly expands access to a wider audience at a time of growing demand for mobile trading in mobile-centric markets.

Lian Jie, Assistant App Marketing Director at Vantage, commented: “As our active investor profile gets younger, our clients have been more willing to explore and adopt innovative trading methods like social trading, going beyond traditional trading methods. At Vantage, we understand how technology and innovation can transcend boundaries, so we have utilized the power of technology in our Vantage App to meet the needs of the next generation and provide a seamless and convenient experience for all our clients.”

Vantage Global Limited holds license VFSC 700271 from Vanuatu’s regulatory agency in order to provide a multi-asset broker offering covering CFDs on Forex, Commodities, Indices, Shares, ETFs and Bonds. The broker has over 1,000 employees across more than 30 global offices.

Vantage is a member of The Financial Commission, an international organization engaged in the resolution of disputes within the financial services industry in the Forex market.

The brokerage group is also authorized and regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

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