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Evolution at ETX Capital Sees New Trading Platforms, Fresh Website and Enhanced Education Offering

LONDON, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

ETX Capital, an award-winning financial spread betting and CFD trading provider, is excited to announce a range of eagerly awaited improvements to its current trading line-up.

ETX Capital's flagship trading platform gets a new name; ETX  TraderPro. The advanced platform hosts a range of enhanced user-friendly functions including award winning Trade-through Charts. At the same time, the firm's ETX  MetaTrader4, an automated trading platform designed for clients who prefer fast-paced, one-click trading via pre-arranged trading signals, will continue in its current popular format.

In addition, clients will now be able trade on two new platforms - both of which are available on  iOs and Android-based devices.

  • ETX  Trader - this new user-friendly platform has been designed specifically for newcomers to the world of trading. With a clear interface, fixed spreads and no minimum deposit amount, this platform is ideal for fledgling traders with little previous market experience.
  • ETX  Binary - easy to use, this platform is designed to limit risk by giving clients only two directions in which to trade; up or down. Formatted to trade short term contracts, ETX Binary is for those who want a clear choice with rapid results.

Complementing the new platforms, ETX Capital has launched a new globalised website available in multiple languages. With a fresh and interactive interface, the new user-friendly site helps clients navigate through the firm's services with ease. Furthermore, ETX Capital is now offering a comprehensive multi-lingual Help & Support service for all of its products.

ETX Capital has also made further improvements to its bespoke education services. Clients are now able to view upcoming seminars and webinars that are offered free of charge, together with in-depth market commentary and new video content which provides concise, easy-to-understand explanations of the services and platforms available.

"At ETX Capital we pride ourselves on delivering high quality service to our clients. These exciting additions to our portfolio will ensure that our clients have a broader selection of trading platforms. Furthermore, with the evolution of our global website, currently available in nine different languages and counting, we aim to provide our worldwide clientele with a comprehensive education pack and support service to assist them through their trading experience," said Andrew Edwards, Chief Executive Officer at ETX Capital.

Notes  to  editors: 

ETX Capital, a regulated global financial services firm, providing institutional, high net worth and retail customers with multi-asset and multi-market derivative dealing capability through CFDs and financial spread betting products. The firm uses cutting edge technology and delivers unrivalled levels of customer support from knowledgeable staff and with the utmost client confidentiality.

Risk Warning: Financial spread betting & CFD trading can result in losses that can rapidly exceed your initial deposit.

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