InterTrader launches Trading Signals platform


Spread betting and CFD provider, in conjunction with Trading Central, has added a new Trading Signals platform to its suite of trading tools, available free to all clients.

The Trading Signals platform generates at least five new signals every trading day, across a wide range of markets including forex, indices and commodities. The signals are based on investment research supplied by award-winning provider Trading Central, and contain full entry, stop and limit levels plus supporting analysis.

Each signal provides clients with a clear and easy-to-follow buy or sell indication for the market concerned. Clients can then choose to act on the signal using the InterTrader online trading platform. Trading signals are provided for information purposes only and should not be construed as trading advice.

Clients can filter the Trading Signals platform for forex, indices or commodities, or search by instrument to find signals for their favourite markets. They can also choose to have their preferred signals sent regularly by email. is offering non-clients a free 30-day trial access to the platform, with a limited selection of signals each day.

Reliable investment research

The signals provided by Trading Central are based on a proven methodology with a 13-year track record, and on award-winning technical models. Their research combines a chartist approach to identify trends and targets with the application of traditional indicators and proprietary algorithms, and Japanese candlesticks to confirm trend reversal or acceleration.

Since 2008 Trading Central has consistently been ranked among the best performing research providers by independent sources such as Investars and Integrity Research, and has been nominated at the Technical Analyst Awards five years running since 2009 for the quality of its research. For more information visit 

Spread betting and CFD trading carry a high level of risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. 

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