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Mark635357

Member Since Feb 24, 2020  6 posts Mark6 (Mark635357) Feb 26 at 13:40
sgtmarkets posted:
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.

yes

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  864 posts AniLorak Feb 29 at 09:49
brashentries posted:
MT4 on VPS. User-friendly, fast and always up connection. No need for any web based gimmicks


I am also using VPS service; it’s really important to me; because I am a news trader! So, during the volatile market I need high speedy internet correction!

Garrian

Member Since Dec 12, 2019  9 posts Garrian Jun 21 at 14:33
I think it's good news that today there are a number of web terminals that allow for dynamic and efficient operation in the market.
But everything must be checked - use a demo, start with small amounts, try different strategies, etc. There is no need to take risks here.

amybuke

Member Since Jul 16, 2020  1 posts amybuke Jul 21 at 06:10
Web-based trading allows you to trade through certain browsers without the need to download any software. For me, it simplifies the trading process in a great manner.

ethan_65

Member Since Feb 07, 2020  38 posts ethan_65 Jul 21 at 09:29
In my opinion, platform-based trading gives better connectivity, features, and moreover your connection is stable on the platform whereas web-based trading is more prone to technical glitches and they provide a better connection, features, options, and easy execution. Platforms like MT4 And MT5 are quite reliable as they provide many features like one-click trading, charts editing, password reset, and many more options. Trading on makes trading easy and hassle-free. platform application has all the feature of the terminal whereas web-based have limited features

LyudmilLukanov

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  51 posts LyudmilLukanov Aug 13 at 22:29
Almost all brokers offer web-based trading that allows trading without installing any trading software. This allows to trade from anywhere if you have a computer. It does not require the installation of additional software. Brokers typically offer Javascript, HTML5, or Flash trading platform that runs smoothly and safely.

LyudmilLukanov

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  51 posts LyudmilLukanov Sep 17 at 04:10
Web-based trading is good for monitoring and adjust trade. But I prefer mt4 pc for full trade setup.

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