Source: One Financial Markets
One Financial Markets has announced that it is the first broker to offer a new app in Tradable 'The Event Trader' which enables the scheduling of trades to coincide with important news events and announcements likely to influence the market.
This new app is based on calendar data powered by FXStreet. It allows traders to schedule trades 60 minutes before an event happens to take advantage of potential market movements around key announcements. The Event Trader app includes all the medium and high volatility events, such as the consensus estimate and the previous reading.
Commenting on the announcement, Patrick Mortensen, CCO, Tradable said, “Following great customer feedback on our existing FXStreet News app, it was a natural progression to extend the product to an event-based app for traders looking to make decisions based on market news.
“Our recently announced partner, One Financial Markets, is offering traders the chance to trial the app. If they visit the One Financial Markets website they can instantly open a demo account and experience first-hand how The Event Trader can help to create new trading opportunities.”
According to Andrew Henderson, Director of Trading, One Financial Markets, “This new app is the perfect solution for trading on news - and will undoubtedly be very popular. One Financial Markets will be adding our own apps in the very near future and we view The Event Trader as a benchmark for the standards we need to meet.”
One Financial Markets, which announced its partnership with Tradable in August 2014, is a global, award winning, online broker providing 24/5 trading facilities to retail and institutional investors in forex and CFDs on indices, commodities, energies, bonds and futures. Established in London in 2007, One Financial Markets is regulated in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and offers global presence with local expertise through its wholly owned and affiliate offices throughout the Middle East, Europe, South America and Central and South East Asia.