WorldWideMarkets Online Trading Launches New Trading Platform AlphaTrader

WorldWideMarkets a leading multi-asset broker dealer has launched a new trading platform, AlphaTrader. The new platform uses smart design and

download (1)WorldWideMarkets (WWM), an Amsterdam- based financial services provider offering a range of multi-asset tradable instruments has announced the launch of its new trading platform, AlphaTrader. The new platform comes with a range of innovative features which aim to enhance traders’ experience.

With trading platforms maturing, particularly in the retail FX market where online trading is reaching its fifteenth year, users have sophisticated yet simple requirements. The look and feel are specific focal points as the technology used on websites, e.g. HTML5 is becoming the norm. AlphaTrader, WWM’s in- house offering takes into account the needs of the modern trader through its customizable layout, yet maintains the need for advanced order types and reporting functionality.

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Thomas Plaut, CEO of WorldWideMarkets Online Trading, commented about the platform launch in a statement to the media, saying: “We believe AlphaTrader is the best overall trading platform on the market. It delivers on our commitment to continually innovate to keep our customers at the leading forefront of trading technology.”

Customization has been a key concept that platform vendors are highlighting in the era of modern technology. With AlphaTrader, users will be able to benefit from tools that provide more control and flexibility, particularly in the way risk is managed, e.g. the Trading Command Bar and stops/limit orders based on number of pips.

“The intuitive design, combined with easy customization, ensures that it will appeal to all types of traders, from Advanced to Beginner, to News trader and everything in between,” concluded Mr Plaut.

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