TMS Brokers Now Offering Metatrader 5 Trading Platform

Metaquotes’ newest version of the popular trading platform provides updated solutions to traders.

TMS Brokers is expanding its offering from Metaquotes to accommodate demand from its clients. Metatrader 4 has been the world’s leading trading platform for retail FX over the past decade, unmatched by any competitor.

Now, TMS Brokers will offer traders the option of trading on the updated version of the trading platform, Metatrader 5.

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Metaquotes was established in 2000, and is a leading provider of software applications and platforms for banks, brokerages and exchanges. The company initially launched Metatrader 5 several years ago, but the platform has failed to overtake its predecessor in popularity and market share. The lack of traction of the MT5 platform is surprising given its many software updates and improvements.

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Keeping up with User Demand

As we approach 2018, the world has shifted toward mobile engagement. Software companies have acknowledged the growing need to provide solutions on mobile devices, since users’ thirst for getting things done on the go has risen dramatically. Metaquotes is no exception, demonstrated by the release of the new iOS build that was released in August of this year. Moreover, the software provider broadened its offerings of indicators, used for technical analysis and trend recognition on charts within the platform.

The Metatrader 5 platform offers its users the ability to incorporate algorithmic trading, an necessary feature in today’s trading environment. The company is focused on meeting the needs of its clients in as many ways as possible.

President of the TMS Brokers Management Board, Marcin Niewiadomski, said in a statement: “Wider cooperation with MetaQuotes Software is a guarantee of the most modern technologies that we will be able to share with them.”

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