Trade360, a global contracts for difference (CFDs) trading provider, announced this Monday that it has launched its new online trading platform after 18 months of development.
The new trading platform is equipped with a range of different features including more than 100 technical indicators, charting instruments, and the ability to set specific leverage for each position.
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Trade360’s trading platform also has a Profit/Loss simulator which can assess target levels based on spreads, and the Individual Deal Protection feature. This allows users to purchase insurance when opening up a position.
Trade360 platform available via website
After 18 months of development and three months in Phase-1 Beta, the platform is now ready for use on the company’s website, with no downloads required. Furthermore, the platform can also be accessed by mobile devices.
Commenting on the platform launch, Company Spokesman Jon Richard said in the statement: “The latest developments in CFD trading, increased demands of more highly dedicated and market-savvy users have led to new requirements from what used to be scaled down browser-based platforms.”
Regulated in both the European Union under the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and in Australia, Trade360 was founded in 2013. The company offers a range of products, aimed at both retail and professional traders.
“A company like ours cannot afford to be still for a minute. The competition in financial services is growing fiercer by the minute, and what distinguishes Trade360 is our technological edge,” Jon Richards added in the statement.
“Our CrowdTrading technology will also be an integral part of the new platform, of course. By now, our traders have come to depend upon it nearly as much as they do on the swift technical analysis the platform affords. I believe we’re still the only company around offering a true sentiment indicator that provides immediate and updated user-action data from throughout the entire trading community.”
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