WorldWideMarkets, an online forex broker, releases upgraded trading platform

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WorldWideMarkets releases a significant upgrade to their popular Flash Trader platform.

WorldWideMarkets, a leading retail foreign exchange broker, today announced the release of an upgrade to Flash Trader their proprietary trading platform offering multi-asset forex, CFD and Gold trading platform which launched last year. The new version offers a new GUI, further enhancing the already intuitive user experience. New features include an easy to use Market Board price and execution layout, enhanced trading calculator and a currency trading market news feed in English, Arabic and Chinese. Flash Trader 2.4 builds on its signature user-friendly design combined with extreme flexibility making it perfectly suitable for both new and experienced traders.
“We will continue to evolve our core trading architecture to best support our clients’ trading strategies, ” said Thomas Plaut, CEO of WorldWideMarkets. “This most recent upgrade will benefit both beginner and advanced traders and is one of several significant enhancements to be launched in the coming months.”

Existing WWM clients can simply login to their Flash trader live or demo account to use the upgraded version. Saved custom layouts from the previous version will be available and can be accessed in the File dropdown menu. Those wishing to try the new version of Flash Trader can open a practice demo account by visiting http://www.worldwidemarkets.com/wwm/en-us/admin/pages/flashdemoaccount.aspx

About WorldWideMarkets
WorldWideMarkets offers online forex trading, CFD, gold and currency trading systems. To ensure the highest level of security to its customers’ funds, WorldWideMarkets has established regulatory hubs in both North America and Europe. WorldWideMarkets N.V. is a fully regulated Forex and CFD Investment Firm registered with the Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) and the Dutch National Bank (DNB) as well as an EEA authorized entity of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK. WorldWideMarkets, Ltd. is licensed and regulated by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission. For more information, please visit our corporate website at http://www.worldwidemarkets.com.

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