RoboMarkets Adds New Indicators, Contract Specifications on R Trader
RoboMarkets, a Europen multi-asset broker, has announced on Monday some major updates for its R Trader trading platform on both desktop and mobile clients.
For the desktop terminal, the new updates will enable corporate events calendar, a convenient graphical display of trading results and the history of account financial parameters, four new indicators, and contract specifications.
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The mobile client of the broker is adding displaying positions on charts, the opportunity of modifying Watchlists and sorting in key tabs, and deposits/withdrawals information in the “History” section.
RoboMarkets launched the R Trader mobile client last December with some basic features enabling its clients to execute trades. But with the recent update, it is clear that the platform is serious about the usage of its mobile platform.
Commenting on the update, Kiryl Kirychenka, the head of the R Trader project at RoboMarkets, said: “Our business principle lies in the systematic commitment to improving the products and solutions that we provide our clients with. This means that we invest in our services and risk management systems, as well as develop products that help traders make their work more effective.”
“We’ve significantly improved and expanded opportunities of the R Trader mobile version. At the same time, the Company has implemented several solutions, which will allow to improve the platform’s trading functionality and increase the risk-control level. And that’s just a small part of what we’re planning to introduce in the nearest future.”
Extending features in a competitive market
The CySEC-registered platform recently reduced the minimum lot and order volume step for trading indices following an increase in leverage for its ECN-Pro and Prime account holders, Finance Magnates reported.
Meanwhile, the platform also initiated commission-free trading in the US and launched gold and oil as demand for commodities surged with COVID-19 lockdown.
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