SquaredFinancial, an online FX and CFDs broker, announced today that MetaTrader 5 (MT5) trading platform is now available for its traders through desktop and mobile applications. Additionally, the company has added new trading options.
According to the official announcement, SquaredFinancial included several new trading products including VIX, Gold, Brent, WTI along with single stock shares like Amazon. The broker termed MT5 as an important option for its clients and outlined the potential benefits of the new platform. Clients will be able to take advantage of a wide list of MT5 features including a built-in market of trading robots (Expert Advisors), the Freelance database of strategy developers, mirror trading, and the virtual hosting service (Forex VPS).
Commenting on the launch, Husam Al Kurdi, CEO of SquaredFinancial, said: “In many ways, MetaTrader 5 was ahead of its time. It took several years for it to reach the peak, partly due to the attachment many traders have to MetaTrader 4. But, we are now seeing the benefits of MetaTrader 5, as investors need access to a genuine multimarket platform, with greatly enhanced compatibility and functionality. We offer a full range of high-quality investment instruments, acting as a global market gateway, so we see MetaTrader 5 as an important option for our clients.”
New Trading Products
The company aims to take advantage of the market volatility with the launch of new trading options like futures and shares. Moreover, SquaredFinancial mentioned the importance of risk management and portfolio diversification for traders.
“As with all our new products, we spend time making sure we have the best specification and investment opportunities for our clients. The current levels of market volatility, often linked to fast-moving news flows, require traders to be able to hedge risks and diversify across a range of asset classes. Offering futures and shares, combined with the launch of MetaTrader 5, provides the options and flexibility our clients need to maximize their trading,” Kurdi added.