Spotware's cTrader Gets Integrated Trading Central Research and Signals

The company behind cTrader, Spotware Systems has announced the integration of a Trading Central module.

The company developing the cTrader platform, Spotware Systems has just announced that it is launching an updated version of the software which will include a fully integrated solution from Trading Central. The market data research company’s tool will become a powerful addition for the kinds of traders keen in receiving independent research from Trading Central.

Trading Central is one of the first companies to begin offering trading signals to the market with several brokerages including the offering for their clients for free. Clients of brokerages which are offering cTrader will gain the ability to access a massive database of trading suggestions from Trading Central without leaving the trading platform.

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Trading Central's module within the cTrader trading platform
Trading Central’s module within the cTrader trading platform

The cTrader tool within the trading platform receives updates in real time and traders may also act on Trading Central’s research by committing to a trade instantly. cTrader’s charts are not only updated with the tool as an indicator but also as a fully actionable trading signal.

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Orders can be placed by the traders with their desired trade amount, and the suggested ‘Take Profit’ and ‘Stop Loss’ orders which Trading Central is providing. Alternatively, traders may also commit to the alternative scenario which the tool is delivering on every signal.

A trading suggestion based on the Trading Central analysis of the market
A trading suggestion based on the Trading Central analysis of the market

The Business Development Manager of Spotware Systems, James Glyde, elaborated on the new tool within the platform: “This fully functional tool goes hand in hand with cTrader’s existing Chart Trading and Quick Trade properties to expand the value of our platforms for both traders and brokers.”

“A number of our clients are already offering Trading Central’s service, so this integration was a natural progression for us. We have already had a lot of positive feedback from our clients and expect the same from their traders,” he concluded.

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