Core Liquidity Markets

Core Liquidity Markets Announces MetaTrader 4 Mobile Trading


Melbourne, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/18/2014 -- Core Liquidity Markets, an Australia-based Forex broker has announced the release of the MetaTrader 4 mobile trading application. The application is available for both iPhone and android and there is an IPad version available as well.

The mobile version of MetaTrader 4 offers many of the same great features as the desktop version. The advanced view allows the trader to see the all the details of each pair including high, low and the spread. The mobile version also includes many of the great features in terms of charting like the ability to view bar, candlestick and line charts as well. Traders can also enable one click trading for ease of getting in and out of the market.

Managing Partner Michael Markarian said, "We are very excited about the new mobile trading app.Our clients will now be able to trade and monitor positions on the go."

The MetaTrader 4 mobile app is available in both the iTunes and android stores for download. When selecting the server during setup the user just needs to type in Core Liquidity.

About Core Liquidity Markets
Providing some of the most competitive solutions in the industry, the company also features a White Label program for partners with growing businesses. It allows them to create customizable online trading systems. The MetaTrader 4 system is fully accessible, and branded with the client’s name, logo, and language. Participants have access to deep liquidity, advanced pricing execution, and the ability to protect their client database accessible only to them.

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