Tradermade Systems Upgrades its Maverick Charting Tool

TraderMade says it will continue to introduce additional upgrades and features for Maverick throughout 2015 to further enhance the service.

Tradermade Systems Ltd., a provider of real-time market data and proprietary analytic software, today unveiled Maverick 4.1, an upgraded version of its charting solution. The upgrade includes new features and usability enhancements designed to increase a user’s work efficiency.

Founded in 1984, TraderMade has a track record of more than 30 years of developing technical analysis solutions for the FX industry. The provider was acquired by Currency Mountain Holdings, the company behind broker FXDD, in the first quarter of 2015 and maintains offices in the UK, Italy and the U.S.

According to Tradermade Systems, Maverick 4.1 enables users to:

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• Make one-click chart adjustment of chart interval and time-frame using a new toolbar
• View multiple time-frames within the same chart with chart-in-chart
• Smoothly export any chart from the Maverick desktop using the new chart pop-out function
• Create in-app strategy notes and to-do lists using an all-new “My Notes” module and add annotations to alerts

“This upgrade provides significant innovations to improve the productivity of every customer,” said David Upton, Chief Executive Officer of Tradermade Systems Ltd.

“Our clients asked for additional integration with their daily workflow which we have delivered without jeopardizing speed or functionality. We believe this upgrade does a tremendous job of moving the platform forward,” added David Hastings, Head of Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Tradermade Systems Ltd.

TraderMade says it will continue to introduce additional upgrades and features throughout 2015 to further enhance the service’s productivity, usability and integration with daily workflow.

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