Trade Interceptor Launches Demo Trading via ThinkMarkets

ThinkMarkets begins tapping into the vast user base of Trade Interceptor weeks after the announcement of the acquisition.

Trade Interceptor, one of the most powerful mobile applications in the retail foreign exchange industry, is launching demo trading via ThinkMarkets. The mobile app which was recently acquired by the brokerage is offering a streamlined solution for multi-asset trading.

In what appears to be preparation for live trading, ThinkMarkets was quick to add live chat support to the application as well as some minor design tweaks. Users of Trade Interceptor were previously only able to use the app in market monitoring mode.

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Faizan Anees

Faizan Anees, the co-founder and CEO of ThinkMarkets, commented on the launch: “Mobile is fast-becoming a core aspect of the Group’s business strategy and hence through the ThinkTrader mobile-app, and now Trade Interceptor, we are expanding our ‘Mobile First’ strategy to become the world’s largest mobile broker.”

“The launch of demo trading on Trade Interceptor is only the first of several developments that we have planned to enhance the mobile-app. We will reveal more details in due time,” added Mr Anees.

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Trade Interceptor will be undergoing a series of upgrades in the coming months to better suit the needs of users with regional language requirements. The portfolio of trading instruments will also be expanded with ThinkMarkets products, including CFD equities, bonds and options.

The ‘practice’ mode that has been widely requested by users of the app credits user accounts with 10,000 virtual dollars, marking the first step for ThinkMarkets to begin tapping into the vast user base of one of the top mobile apps in the industry.

Trade Interceptor is available via both Android and iOS and has been developing rapidly over the years. Last month ThinkMarkets announced the acquisition of the mobile app, looking to expand its footprint in mobile trading in line with current and future industry trends. The prevalent opinion from a number of executives in the industry is that mobile trading is going to continue growing in the coming years.

Trade Interceptor’s powerful arsenal of technical analysis studies makes the application a leader in the world of mobile trading. The app also has desktop capabilities with native MacOS and Windows solutions.

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