ThinkMarkets, a forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, is expanding the reach of its proprietary trading solution, ThinkTrader, by launching a web version.

The broker has already been providing the mobile version of ThinkTrader for many years now.

According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, the web version of the trading platform can be used on all major internet browsers: Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge.

In addition, the broker loaded the web version of ThinkTrader with technical and market analysis tools. This includes more than 125 technical indicators, 50 drawing tools and 20 chart types.

“Our mission has always been to provide our customers with all the necessary tools to achieve exceptional trading results,” said Nauman Anees, the Co-CEO at ThinkMarkets.

“We started from mobile, aiming to bridge the gap between the small screen and a feature-rich platform. Today marks a new milestone along the road for ThinkTrader – as we commit to delivering a feature-rich web-trading experience with multi-screen support, easy-to-use interface exceptional security and reliability.”

Apart from the proprietary platform, the brokerage offers trading services on MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5, two of the industry-leading third-party trading platforms.

Expanding Offerings

The offerings of ThinkMarkets include trading services with multiple asset classes, covering forex, equities and cryptocurrencies. Moreover, it is aggressively expanding its product listings and has recently added over 2,500 shares and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). It even broadened its crypto CFDs portfolio.

Meanwhile, the broker is focused on international expansion. It launched its services in the lucrative Japanese forex trading market earlier this year after gaining a JFSA license by acquiring a local FX firm.

ThinkMarkets, a forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, is expanding the reach of its proprietary trading solution, ThinkTrader, by launching a web version.

The broker has already been providing the mobile version of ThinkTrader for many years now.

According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, the web version of the trading platform can be used on all major internet browsers: Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge.

In addition, the broker loaded the web version of ThinkTrader with technical and market analysis tools. This includes more than 125 technical indicators, 50 drawing tools and 20 chart types.

“Our mission has always been to provide our customers with all the necessary tools to achieve exceptional trading results,” said Nauman Anees, the Co-CEO at ThinkMarkets.

“We started from mobile, aiming to bridge the gap between the small screen and a feature-rich platform. Today marks a new milestone along the road for ThinkTrader – as we commit to delivering a feature-rich web-trading experience with multi-screen support, easy-to-use interface exceptional security and reliability.”

Apart from the proprietary platform, the brokerage offers trading services on MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5, two of the industry-leading third-party trading platforms.

Expanding Offerings

The offerings of ThinkMarkets include trading services with multiple asset classes, covering forex, equities and cryptocurrencies. Moreover, it is aggressively expanding its product listings and has recently added over 2,500 shares and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). It even broadened its crypto CFDs portfolio.

Meanwhile, the broker is focused on international expansion. It launched its services in the lucrative Japanese forex trading market earlier this year after gaining a JFSA license by acquiring a local FX firm.