Sydney – August 1, 2017
With MetaQuotes edging brokers toward making the hard switch to MetaTrader 5 (MT5), Vantage FX has decided to re-introduce the next generation MetaQuotes platform to our clients alongside MT4 immediately.
Vantage FX clients who migrate across to the MT5 platform will gain access to the latest version of the platform, including: EA trading, forex signals and most importantly, the ability to hedge trading positions in either direction.
With the retail forex broker industry soon to be forced into a shift, Vantage FX has taken the lead and become an earlier adopter of the MT5 platform. Something that will hold the company and our clients in good stead heading forward.
The MT5 platform looks and feels like MT4, but truly is a next generation platform. It offers clients the same forex, commodities and indices trading capabilities, but also shows market depth. A feature that our client base always asks about but we were unable to accommodate through MT4.
With both netting and hedging available on MT5, Vantage FX clients will maintain full risk management control over their account.
If you do decide to make the switch and upgrade your trading account, simply apply for a MetaTrader 5 (MT5) account today.
We are here to assist you 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, if you have any questions or require assistance with the above please do not hesitate to contact us using the details listed below.
For more information
Contact: David Bily
Phone: +61 1300 945 517
About Vantage FX
Vantage FX are a multi-award winning Australian Forex Broker providing innovative online Forex trading capabilities to clients globally. Vantage FX continually strives to provide a client-friendly, interactive Forex experience with trading accessibility across a variety of platforms all with the tightest spreads. Vantage FX was the first to offer combined Binary Options and Forex Trading on the one MT4 platform. Vantage FX is an authorised representative of Vantage Global Prime Pty Ltd (AFSL 428901) and regulated by Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Source: Vantage FX Blog