Manhattan Beach Trading Financial Services, Inc. and MB Trading FX (collectively referred to as “MB Trading”), a technology-driven, low-commission brokerage specializing in order routing in Forex, Equities, Futures, and Options through various global exchanges and electronic networks, announced today that it has become the first US Forex broker to offer Spotware’s cTrader trading platform for Forex customers. The platform is now available for Demo and Live trading via www.mbtrading.com.
“MB Trading has always been interested in offering the latest platforms for traders,” explains Ross Ditlove, CEO of MB Trading. “We are impressed with the growth of cTrader in Europe and Asia and found the refined interface, efficient charting, and outstanding algorithmic trading language to be an exciting FOREX technology asset. We are thrilled to be the first US broker to offer this new platform and encourage both manual and script-based Forex traders to compare it to their current platform. MB Trading, is pleased to be partnered with Spotware and will continue to implement deeper and tighter integration with our trading systems.”
cTrader’s state-of-the-art platform suite includes the world’s first HTML 5 interface that uses the latest web technologies to offer a crisp and speedy look and feel. The platform includes ladder trading, 1-click trading, and simple trading from the charts. In addition, cTrader offers apps for iOS and Android and is complemented by the cAlgo platform, which lets Forex traders write automated trading robots that can monitor the markets and execute trades round the clock without trader intervention.
“We’re very excited to integrate with MB Trading in particular,” says Andrey Pavlov, CEO of Spotware. “MB Trading has a long history of developing new technologies for execution in all markets, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership. The cTrader platform has grown more and more robust in the last year, and we look to offer it globally to help traders move away from other more dated platforms.”