Many brokers offer exclusive web-based trading platforms that allow you to trade only through the browser, thus avoiding software downloads. This can be very useful for Mac owners or traders who may not have access to their personal PC for hours.
This web platform tends to be less feature rich than Metatrader. However, you must still be able to perform the basic functions of trading and charting. For beginner trading or less technical, online forex platforms tend to be more intuitive and user-friendly.
There may even be some advantages to using a web-based platform with several brokers. For example, Lite Forex only provides guaranteed stop-loss for transactions made through Webtrader and also makes the 'Inside Viewer' and 'Trade Controller' tools also available through Webtrader.
I noticed that as well and I really hope they wouldn't do it further. Me personally for example only understand trading with some real life applications and that's basically it. Nothing less than that. Any serious trader using application based things on all that.
How about use something like downloadable tools written on Java language and all sort of things for sure really. You just need to research some of them which allow you to trade via desktop application and that's really it. Be sure to do so.
Duzragore posted: How about use something like downloadable tools written on Java language and all sort of things for sure really. You just need to research some of them which allow you to trade via desktop application and that's really it. Be sure to do so.
I think, it’s complicated to use! Desktop trading is my always number one choice.
I need to understand that it's better to create them than something else anyway. I always used training on some level on that. Can you really imagine that? Can we make it please? WE need to make it web based on your point of view? Let's do that.
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