LONDON, January 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
GFT Markets, a provider of forex, contracts for differences (CFDs), financial spread betting, binary trading, and FX options, released an iPad version of its award-winning DealBook® trading platform. The free app, "DealBook® for iPad," is part of a complete suite of trading products including DealBook® 360, DealBook® WEB, and DealBook® Mobile.
DealBook® for iPad features full-screen charting which allows traders to expand the chart, access drawing tools, add indicators and set alarms. Traders also have the ability to view real-time quotes in one of three views. Qualified customers can watch real-time news via CNBC TV streaming video.
Here is some early feedback from the iTunes® App Store:
"A gorgeous FX platform that allows you to draw/save your own line indicators…for the iPad! Thank you…Been holding out to open a new account with them. " (sic)
"This App is quite useful when on the go."
DealBook® for iPad is based on the DealBook® trading platform which has won numerous awards including Best Online Trading Platform in the Shares Awards 2011, MoneyAM Best Online Overseas Trading Platform 2010, and MoneyAM Best Online charts - DealBook® WEB 2009.
About GFT Markets
From local offices in Sydney, London, New York, Singapore, Grand Rapids, New Jersey and Tokyo, GFT Markets provides its global client base with the opportunity to speculate and trade in a broad range of markets, quickly, efficiently and securely. Most known for its award-winning DealBook® software available for desktop, web, mobile or tablet, GFT Markets also provides options for automated trading, 24/7 customer service and competitive spreads even in times of market volatility.
Contact: Jo Benton
Director, Global Product Marketing
Trading Forex involves high risks, with the potential for substantial losses, and is not suitable for all persons. These testimonials may not be representative of the experiences of other customers and are no guarantee of future performance or success.
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