Global trading provider INFINOX has announced the addition of the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) trading platform for its global clients. According to the announcement, the new platform will be available across the firm’s global offices.
Many clients have been transitioning to the MT5 trading platform because of its numerous additional features and benefits.
It will enable clients to trade equities, futures, indices, commodities, forex pairs, as well as well-known stocks like Apple and Facebook.
INFINOX stated that the addition of the new trading platform will provide institutional trading tools, giving the clients a professional trading edge in the market.
More Features Available For Traders
Some of the benefits include accessing a wide range of market features, allowing clients to make use of 9 different order types, a built economic calendar, as well as the ability to trade more than 21 differing timeframes.
The company also revealed that MT5 can be easily accessed both on mobile devices and desktops, which means that clients can move around while staying connected.
Also, INFINOX clients have a wide range of options when it comes to trading stocks on the platform. These include stock names like Tesla, Amazon, Visa, and Netflix.
The company stated that it will continue to provide top client services and a plethora of options in form of trading tools for clients. It stated that the addition of the MT5 trading platform is a continuation of its commitment to offer more cutting-edge technology to its new and existing clients to trade effectively in the financial markets.
Launching MT5 for South-East Asian clients
INFINOX announced that the launch of the new MT5 platform will also cater to the needs of South-East Asian clients. As a result of the new launch, clients can now trade on various forex pairs, equities, futures, indices, and commodities.
The MT5 platform was developed by MetaQuotes Software and was rolled out in 2010 with upgraded features MetaTrader4, its predecessor. At the initial launch, the platform didn’t receive widespread approval from traders, even though it came with improved features.
But after MetaQuotes stopped the release of a new version of MT4, traders have no option but to get used to the more advanced MT5 platform.