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HotForex Release Their Latest Product: An MT4 Multiterminal Platform

HotForex, the Mauritius-based forex and commodities brokerage, are taking their offering up another level. After the company just recently announced the launch of a new Technical Analysis service powered by Trading Central, yesterday broke news about the release of their latest product – the HotForex MT4 Multiterminal Platform.

 
The platform aims to facilitate the work of money managers and professional traders by allowing them to manage multiple accounts at the same time. It integrates seamlessly all the features of the well-known MT4 platform so users will be quick to adapt to a practical and familiar software. Also, HotForex's solution does not put any limitation on the number of accounts you can run. Your trading takes place in real-time, you get to execute multiple order types simultaneously and keep an eye on a constant live price feed. Information about all past trades is also stored in your trading history which is viewable at any given moment.
 
The MT4 Multiterminal Platform is available to HotForex clients free of charge and can be downloaded through the broker's website together with a User Manual. 
 
A similar platform specifically designed to cater to the needs of investor managers is Integral Development Corp.'s InvestorFX. In fact, it could be considered better than HotForex's solution, judging by a number of important criteria. First, it does not rely on the good name of previously released software and can pride itself in being an entirely new product. Second, it's an online live tool that anyone can sign up for, regardless of the broker they use. HotForex's platform, on the other hand, does not only have to be installed but it runs on Windows alone. Third, and this is the most important point perhaps – Integral is a neutral software solution provider with a completely unbiased approach. This is hardly the case when you have a broker standing on the other side.
 
Still, if you're an investor manager and a HotForex client or you're thinking about becoming one, we say give the MT4 Multiterminal Platform a shot. New services are always worth the try. 
 

About HotForex

 
HotForex, or HF Markets Ltd., is a forex and commodities broker based in the Republic of Mauritius and regulated by the local Financial Services Commission (FSC). 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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