JFD Brokers has become the latest broker to add MetaTrader 5 to its offering. The company is building on its unique offering of the previous suite of the most popular trading platform in the industry with some unique features.
The brokerage has been offering a customized version of Metatrader 4 for years, and with its official launch today it has transitioned all of the add-ons to the next generation of the platform.
JFD’s MetaTrader 5+ trading platform provides traders with access to over 500 instruments from 8 asset classes. The brokerage is sourcing liquidity from over 20 liquidity providers including tier 1 banks, non-bank LPs and MTFs.
The company is sticking to an agency model of execution and is providing its clients with a set of additional tools integrated within the platform.
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Earlier this summer, JFD Brokers launched a tailored solution for the French market, where all orders are executed via an multi-lateral trading facility (MTF). The company’s new platform for the French market allowed it to market its product without any restrictions with this new approach.
Commenting on the launch, Mihail Kamburov, Operations Director, said: “MT5 already comes with new, improved features such as an economic calendar, more order types and a wide range of time frames. To give traders that additional edge, we have created an exclusive version of the trading platform with a unique set of Add-Ons that features a lot of handy tools designed to further improve their trading.”
The additional tools include Depth of Market, Trading from the Chart, Trend Line stop loss orders, Excel exports for data, Stealth orders, Tick Chart trading and others.
Throughout the years, JFD’s commitment to the development of additional tools has helped it build a very loyal customer base. With the addition of the latest generation of the Metatrader 5 platform, the firm is committing to continue extending its multi-asset offering.
Earlier this year the company also launched trading of Bitcoin CFDs with 1:10 leverage.