Beta Test of New Advanced WebTrader Platform Launched by Vantage FX

Leading Australian Forex provider Vantage FX has launched an exclusive closed beta-test of their new Vantage FX WebTrader Platform to

Leading Australian Forex provider Vantage FX has launched an exclusive closed beta-test of their new Vantage FX WebTrader Platform to a select group of traders. The new Vantage FX WebTrader platform is an improved version of their original WebTrader platform, which was discontinued earlier in the year by Vantage FX and various other brokers such as Alpari, GO Markets and Axitrader following third party provider Xogee’s dispute with MetaQuotes.

The new Vantage FX WebTrader Platform will allow traders to access their Vantage FX MT4 accounts from any web browser and computer in the world, including Apple Macs. This release of the WebTrader platform has been timed to coincide with the launch of Vantage FX’s newly designed website.

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The platform is completely verified and connected to MetaQuotes’ MetaTrader 4 (MT4). The update has looked to improve connectivity, the user interface and customization abilities. Such favoured features as real-time charting and price monitoring are all still available.

Vantage FX’s WebTrader Platform provides:

· Web trading for Mac, Linux & Windows

· Secure access wherever an internet connection exists

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· Live price monitoring via an advanced market watch

· Real-time charting with advanced technical analysis & indicators

· Free customization with simple ‘drag & drop’ control

· 14 different language options

· No installation of software required

“We’re excited to see the release of such a sophisticated WebTrader platform again” says Antony Goddard, Managing Director at Vantage FX.

“Clients will be pleased to see that we have incorporated many of the popular features from our previous WebTrader Platform, which was originally developed by third party platform developer Xogee” said Goddard. “We’d love to hear feedback from traders from all different countries, user capabilities, trader experience and especially those, always in transit. Our team has been working incredibly hard on the development of the new WebTrader platform and we look forward to hearing from our clients and users.”

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