The award winning MetaTrader 4 continues its domination as the worlds most recognised trading platform for retail investors. UK based financial spread betting and CFD firm, ETX Capital has partnered with Gold-i, a specialist technology provider for MT4 to build an alternative trading platform for its clients who wish to trade on MetaTrader. Over the last six years London brokers have quickly succumbed to the trading platform as it exploded in popularity.
ETX Capital has implemented Gold-i’s low latency Bridge, in addition ETX Capital has added a wide range of Gold-i Bolt-On products, including the Gold-i MultiMAM, Gold-i Position Keeper and Gold-i RiskDBSnapshot.
The integration wasn’t a simple off the shelf offering, Gold-i had to create a bespoke product to suit ETX Capital’s specific requirements. One of the major advancements was to enhance the audio and visual alerts on the Gold-i Position Keeper for aggregated risk across all symbols.
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Rob Woolfe, Head of FX at ETX Capital comments in the company’s release to the media, “we selected a partner for our MT4 project who could offer a variety of solutions to match our development plans. The Gold-i products are exceptional. The tailor-made products and the customer support we have received have fully justified the faith we put in our decision to partner with Gold-i.”
Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i, adds in the company’s announcement, “this is a great partnership. ETX Capital’s experience of providing successful trading platforms is complimented by Gold-i’s experience in providing successful MetaTrader products. As with all our clients, we offer bespoke products and we are delighted that the enhancements to our Bolt-Ons which we have developed for ETX Capital have been so well received. ”
MetaQuotes, the technology firm behind the MT4 platform recently made an announcement that it was removing certain add-ons created by third party developers,, the Cyprus based technology firm found that some developers were breaching terms and conditions in regards to plugin and add-ons. MetaTrader 4 won the Best Auto-Trading Software at the first Forex Magnates awards in London in November 2012.