“Our mission has always been to provide our clients with all the tools necessary to achieve exceptional business results.”
ThinkMarkets has announced the launch of ThinkTrader Web, a platform independent solution capable of running on multiple devices and screens.
Adding web support to their suite of trading solutions is part of the multi-asset broker’s ongoing build of proprietary trading software products.
The web version of ThinkTrader provides a seamless trading experience to its users and expands the reach of its product offering as customers can access their trading account from multiple devices and operating systems.
ThinkTrader Web offers over 125 technical indicators, 50 drawing tools, 20 chart types, among other unique features, and meets the demand of ThinkMarkets’ rapidly growing user base.
Nauman Anees, Co-CEO of ThinkMarkets, said, “Our mission has always been to provide our clients with all the tools necessary to achieve exceptional business results. We started from mobile, aiming to bridge the gap between the small screen and a feature-rich platform. Today marks another milestone on the road to ThinkTrader – as we commit to delivering a feature-rich online trading experience with several
screen support, easy to use interface, exceptional security and reliability.”
ThinkMarkets is a multi-asset online trading company offering a wide range of products, including stocks, currencies and cryptos, with tight spreads, low to zero commissions and a range of account types to suit the needs of specific customers.
The brokerage firm is headquartered in London and Melbourne, with offices in Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Japan.
ThinkMarkets recently onboarded 2,500 new stock and ETF CFDs, reaching a total of over 4,000 ETFs and stocks available on its ThinkTrader platform.
The increase in the range of derivative products referencing stocks and ETFs comes as CFDs remain one of the popular investment vehicles for retail traders.
The asset class typically tracks a stock index and trades on an exchange to allow 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 risk margin exposure.
The case for adding assets has grown in recent years with clients in certain regions keen to actively trade new instruments.
ThinkMarkets (formerly ThinkForex) is a multi-licensed online brokerage firm, authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).