FX Solutions launches online trading platform
28 January 2008 | 1989 views | 0
Source: FX Solutions
FX Solutions, a technology-driven online foreign exchange broker, today introduced GTS Web a web-based forex trading platform that gives customers anytime access to their Global Trading System account from a web-enabled computer.
Unlike many software-based forex trading platforms, GTS Web requires no software download or installation.No Downloads - Browser-based Web 2.0 technology does not require a software download or installation.Anytime, Anywhere Access - Trade from Windows, Mac and Linux workstations.Streaming Rates - Real-time update of rates. No browser-refresh required.Fixed Spreads - In all market conditions, even fast-moving marketsb.Leverage from 50:1 to 400:1 - Six different leverage ratios to choose fromc.Forex Calculator - A single tool for margin, pip and premium calculations.Market News - Same fast international news feed used by institutional FX traders.Integrated Charting - Embedded charting with support for multiple time periods and indicators.
"With GTS Web we have been able to provide the same fast performance and core functionality as our downloaded GTS Pro package, but with the convenience of a web-based interface. Now our customers can trade from one platform on multiple interfaces when and where they need to," said Steve Cortright of the customer support and operations group at FX Solutions. GTS Web shares the same 99.46%a automated execution of forex orders as GTS Pro since it uses the same forex trading platform engine.
GTS Web complements the firm's software-based GTS Pro forex trading platform, offering traders:
"Technology is a key reason that FX Solutions has been the only forex broker to make the Inc. 500 list for the last 3 years in a rowd," said Robert Cortright, Co-CEO of FX Solutions. "With GTS Web, we know we can retain the speed, reliability and consistently excellent performance our customers demand, but in a more convenient anytime, anywhere package."
In April 2007, FX Solutions received an investment in excess of $100 million from Francisco Partners of Menlo Park, California, a leading technology investment group.