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HotForex On the Go: Launches Mobile Website

The massive proliferation of smartphones on the market stirred many businesses in a different direction over the recent years and the forex industry itself has not gone unaffected either. Making their services readily available, anywhere, anytime is now a must for every brokerage worldwide if it is to survive the fierce competition. In full knowledge of that trend, Cyprus-based forex and commodities provider HotForex announces that it's just made another step towards embracing mobility with the launch of its new site m.hotforex.com, specifically designed to be operated from portable devices, be they phones or tablets.

 
M.hotforex.com is a convenient mobile variation of www.HotForex.com which gives you quick access to the principal sections and features of the original website. These include the Home page, Account Types, Product&Tools, Platforms to choose from, a company overview and current regulation as well as all necessary contact info. Logging into the myHotForex area takes just a few seconds for live account holders and if you still haven't registered, this is the first option that appears on the screen once the website is launched, allowing you to select and get started with any of seven available account types, along with a demo.
 
                  
 
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If you've grown attached to the old website, though, there's no problem going back to it but loading HotForex.com from a smartphone or tablet from now on will always redirect you to the mobile version. In fact, M.hotforex.com is far from being the first endeavor of the broker when it comes to advancing its products into the world of portable devices. Currently, the platforms for mobile trading with HotForex include HotForex Droid for Android users, HotForex iPad Trader, iPhone Trader and Smartphone Mobile Forex Trading which are all installable MetaTrader4 applications as well as Blackberry Trader. And here comes one disadvantage of the new M.hotforex.com. While live account users can benefit fully from the website as they get to monitor trades in real time, check their trackrecord, make use of multiple trading tools etc., demo traders will have to download one of the applications mentioned above to get a feel of working with HotForex or alternatively, log in through the old HotForex.com. Excluding demos from the fun is hardly the smartest move as these same people might have found the new website enticing enough to open a live account. 
 
In any case, those who've already made the important transition to real money will not be disappointed by the simplified, much more smartphone-adapted version of their broker's website. With the realization that portable divices are here to stay and consequently mobile trading also, it makes perfect sense for smaller brokerages like HotForex to push further in that direction and try keep up with the pace of the bigger players in the industry. But that's all from the seller's perspective. If you're interested in what the risks of mobile trading apps could be for the end user, you can find more about it here.
 

About HotForex

 
HotForex, or HF Markets Ltd., is a Forex and commodities broker based in Cyprus and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySec). It offers a variety of accounts, trading software and trading tools to an international clientele of retail customers, fund managers as well as institutions. Unlike many other brokers that are not particularly fond of scalping or traders who use expert advisors, HotForex claim that they welcome such customers and grant them full access to their liquidity.
 
 
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