RoboForex, a Cyprus-based forex brokerage, said on Monday it has launched an upgraded version of the web-based WebTrader RoboForex trading terminal, introducing bar charts to it. The broker’s clients can now view price charts displayed as bars.
The broker has also expanded the account information available to traders, allowing them to see balances of all their active accounts.
The new WebTrader RoboForex, accessible through www.wt.roboforex.com, has more flexible interface settings, which allows the customization of information and a quicker, one-click registration of demo accounts. In addition, RoboForex has introduced more interface languages, making the web terminal available in Lithuanian and Malaysian.
WebTrader allows traders to access the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) trading platform through any device without the need to download or install any software.
MT4, available both as a desktop and mobile application and, since September this year, as a web version, is the worlds’ most widely-used trading platform. With its outstanding charting package, auto-trading capabilities and signal copying, the platform is user-friendly and even novice traders can easily find their way around it. Traders can download ready-made or create their own automated trading strategies (Expert Advisors, or EAs), scripts and custom indicators in the MQL programming language.
Other forex brokers that are offering the web-based trading platform include brokerage group Alpari, Cyprus-licensed forex broker XM and its Belize-registered peer FX Choice, among others.
The RoboForex group consists of the holding company RoboForex Financial Group and its subsidiaries Cyprus-regulated RoboForex (CY) Ltd, Belize-regulated RoboTrade Ltd, and RoboForex LP, which is based in New Zealand.
The brokerage offers forex and contracts for difference (CFD) trading via the MT4, MetaTrader 5 (MT5), and cTrader trading platforms.