LONDON, January 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
GFT Markets, the global provider of retail derivatives, has today announced that it will now support MT4 for Mobile as an add-on to its current MetaTrader forex platform offering. MT4 is widely considered the most popular front-end application for derivatives traders looking to automate their strategy with a pre-defined set of trading rules.
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MT4 for mobile gives clients all the functionality of their desktop MT4 platform with the added convenience of being able to access the service whenever and wherever they want. The mobile platform works on iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Mobile devices.
Martin Slaney, Director of Global Product Management at GFT Markets, commented:
"Our clients have become significant supporters ofMT4 since we first launched the service in spring 2011. Because the application can run complex trading strategies on an automated basis it frees up clients to get on with the day job, whilst coupled with our exceptional speed of execution, it means trades can be filled at - or very close to - their target price."
The release of the mobile service is the first of many innovations GFT Markets expects to be delivering to its MT4 offering in the coming months.
About GFT Markets
From local offices in London, New Jersey, Grand Rapids, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo, GFT provides its global client base with the opportunity to speculate and trade in a broad range of markets, quickly, efficiently and securely. Most known for its award-winning DealBook® platform available for desktop, the web, or mobile phone, GFT also provides options for automated trading, 24/7 customer service, and competitive spreads even in times of market volatility.
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