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Admiral Markets Launches Web Version of MT4 Platform

Admiral Markets, the global Forex broker, has recently launched Web Trader – a browser-based version of the popular Metatrader 4 platform. At this point, only holders of demo accounts with the broker can make use of the new platform, but those with live accounts will also be able to trade on Admiral's Web Trader starting from the middle of February.
 
We opened a demo to take a look at the platform and it looks rather neat.
 
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One can easily navigate across the platform and make use of the main functionalities of the MT4 – the chart types are candlesticks and bars, the main nine timeframes to which you are perhaps accustomed are also here, as well as more than 50 technical indicators. Placing orders is possible with one-click, there is the ability to manage orders, place pending ones, etc.
 
Something I enjoyed in the Marketwatch panel is that the spread is displayed in pips in a separate column so that at one does not have to calculate the spread looking at the blinking bid and ask prices. 
 
One thing that was really strange is that the platform does not come in German nor in Russian, while Germans and Russians are two of the main client groups of Admiral. 
 
Those willing to test the demo version of the platform, may do so by clicking on this link. If you opt for an account, it will be one with Admiral Markets AS and you can choose between a Standard and a Pro account. The Standard comes with spreads that are somewhat higher but are still tight starting from 1 pip (for the EUR/USD pair), while the Pro accounts are of the ECN type which means lower spreads – starting from 0.1 pips (for the EUR/USD pair) and presence of commissions. The rest of the conditions are rather good with leverage reaching 1:500 on Standard accounts and 1:100 on Pro accounts, with both accounts offering trading with micro lots. 
 
In case you shun web trading (which is odd but has its rationale), you may use the downloadable version of the MT4 – you may recall that Admiral Markets offers MT4 for Mac computers too and that this does not require installing any extra software.
 
The launch of the Web Trader by Admiral Markets comes amid a push by many Forex brokers into the direction of browser-based trading – over the past month at least two other brokers released web-based MT4 platforms – EXNESS and Mayzus.
 
 

About Admiral Markets Group

 
With 12,000 active clients and a total monthly trading volume of $35 billion, the Admiral Markets Group is a leading online Forex trading provider, as well as an emerging trading platform for precious metals, CFDs, stocks and fossil fuels. Since its foundation in 2001, the Admiral Markets Group has continually expanded its range and reach. In 2011 alone, the company experienced a growth of 70 percent. Today the Admiral Markets Group offers its services in 35 countries worldwide through its regulated trading companies, with Admiral Markets AS and Admiral Markets PTY holding licenses in the EU and Australia respectively. The company employs a staff of around 200 people globally. Recognizing its growth and success, the Admiral Markets Group was awarded the "Best FX Broker for the Baltic Region" and the "Best of the Best" Award by The New Europe magazine in 2012.
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