ChartIQ Introduces New User Interface for MT4 WebTrader

The revamped web trading platform delivers a vast array of tools, chart types and studies.

HTML5-based financial charting and technology provider ChartIQ announced that the vastly improved user interface of its proprietary WebTrader for MT4 platform was finally released today. Following a successful beta test with select clients, the product update is now available for futures, forex and equities traders.

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Designed for professional users and active retail traders, the revamped web trading platform delivers a vast array of tools, chart types and studies combined with a cutting-edge interface that visualizes trade execution in a clear way. The user driven enhancements also provide a robust and secure mobile trading solution.

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ChartIQ’s WebTrader now offers new functionality including enhanced capabilities that improves engagement and retention rates for brokerages and individual traders. In addition, the technology developer has made a significant expansion for the trading framework which allows the HTML5 front end to operate across all operating systems and devices.

Commenting on the launch, Rob Schmidt, ChartIQ’s Director of FX Solutions, said: “The new user interface was redesigned around two core concepts the FX market demanded: product differentiation and a more user-friendly experience. We’ve focused on designing a front end that meets the end user’s needs and a back end that enables seamless integration with the broker’s existing technology stack.”

Earlier this month, Finance Magnates reported on ChartIQ after the company partnered with Fidessa to deliver a modern and immersive trading interface to its trading community, whilst allowing ChartIQ to leverage Fidessa’s workflow and distribution.

The integration, which is expected to be completed later this year, marks a growing list of firms that are licensing ChartIQ’s technology for their trading platforms.

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