PFSOFT Rolls Out Protrader Platform for macOS Users

The new functionality makes Protrader one of the first native Mac platforms available.

PFSOFT, a fintech developer of sophisticated brokerage solutions, has deployed a native version of the Protrader platform for macOS, also enabling demo account registration – in doing so Protrader becomes one of the first groups in the industry to provide the service.

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Protrader deals with a variety of asset classes, including foreign exchange, equities, futures, contracts-for-difference (CFDs), and spread betting. The new update to the platform is the latest iteration of a continuous cooperation between PFSOFT and a number of investment firms.

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Earlier this week, the platform developer made news after it expanded its pool of analytical tools for its PTMC solutions suite. The new development means that brokers who choose Protrader will be able to connect it to MetaStock’s key features which covers news, analytics, and fundamentals available in a desktop.

Protrader’s expanded functionality into a native macOS version follows on the heels of a recently announced beta version for its front-end platform two months ago. After a successful beta testing period however, PFSOFT has released a production version of its macOS terminal to the App Store along with possibility of creating demo account that is available to all individuals for testing.

More specifically, Protrader for Mac users will contain all capabilities that enable trading many asset classes ranging from FX, CFDs, futures, equities, spread betting, ETFs, and more. The platform will also be including several functions such as market depth and time indicators, with an additional emphasis on trading charts and order management utilities.

PFSOFT will eventually be fortifying the platform so that it will match Protrader’s Windows desktop terminal.

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