DMM FX Broadens ChartIQ WebTrader Availability to All its Clients

From last weekend, all DMM FX customers can use the ChartIQ WebTrader platform for free.

DMM FX, the Australian retail foreign exchange market brokerage, announced this weekend the availability of the ChartIQ WebTrader trading platform to all current and new customers. Full access to the web-based version of the software is possible from Saturday, April 2nd, for free.

ChartIQ WebTrader is a fully independent trading platform which can be used with any internet browser. In the official press release, the company belonging to the DMM Group, one of the largest brokers in the world in terms of trading volumes, said that the platform gives access to advanced charting and technical analysis tools, fast order execution and does not require any additional software downloads.

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People using ChartIQ WebTrader can use their existing login information to Meta Trader 4, may trade directly from the chart, use multiple language versions, control the aggregated positions, close all transactions with a single click and view extensive statistics of previous trading performance.

ChartIQW is a fully customizable, white label HTML5 WebTrader, which can be hosted on the brokerage’s MT4 servers. The main differences between the new product and the standard web-based MT4 are the graphics, the number of indicators which investors may use and the high speed of execution (approximately 15ms).

This is another change in the offerings of the Japanese powerhouse, after the February abolition of deposit fees and the new protection against negative account balance. In addition, DMM FX decided to complement its range of trading platforms with MetaTrader 4 WebTrader. The current step that allows all customers access to ChartIQ WebTrader, should further increase the attractiveness of the company’s offer.

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