ThinkTrader Web Platform Updates From ThinkMarkets

ThinkMarkets, a multi-asset online broker with offices in London and Melbourne, has updated its proprietary trading platform, ThinkTrader Web. The user interface was one of four significant areas that the software upgrade touched.

According to a Thursday announcement from ThinkMarkets, ThinkTrader Web customers can now alter the component’s view, keep up with the most recent market news, plan their strategy using the complete economic calendar, and get in touch with customer support staff right from the platform.

Because of the updated user interface, ThinkTraders Online now enables traders to rearrange and resize specific windows to suit their preferences. The direct access to various communication channels, such live chat and social media, also feels like a crucial improvement over the former trading environment of ThinkMarket.

In addition to providing the web and mobile versions of its own proprietary ThinkTrader platform, ThinkMarkets provides its clients with desktop access to the MetaTrader 4 and 5 platforms. It features 19 different chart types, dynamic charting, easily accessible transactions, a user manual, and access to 120 indicators and 50 sketching tools. Customers can receive real-time trading signals for more than 4,000 instruments and up to 200 cloud-based notifications.

The provider of retail FX and CFD trading services unveiled a new security tool last week to aid its users in preventing or identifying fake calls, which are becoming more prevalent. One-time password (OTP) verification was implemented by the broker, and it was made clear that consumers may use the new functionality to demand an OTP from anyone posing as an official from ThinkMarkets. When the trader enters the OTP into their ThinkPortal account, the caller’s legitimacy can be verified.

“With fraudulent calls becoming common among online traders, the security of your information is paramount to us. If you receive a call from a representative of ThinkMarkets, you now have the option of requesting an OTP from the caller. Upon this request, an OTP will be sent via SMS, which you can then input into ThinkPortal to validate the caller,” ThinkMarkets explained.

Over the past few months, ThinkMarkets has added a number of features to its platform to improve its retail FX and CFDs products. The broker announced its plans to launch the web version of ThinkTrader, which was enhanced today, in June of last year.

Tim Rudland, formerly its liquidity manager at ThinkMarkets’ institutional division, has been elevated to the position of head of institutional trading. Rudland has worked in primarily London-based roles for roughly 20 years in trading and institutional sales.

Nevertheless, after nine years with the company, ThinkMarkets’ longtime CFO Harshad Kale left the trading platform with Australia as its headquarters. Kale joined the renewable energy company Cavendish Renewable Technologies, according to his LinkedIn page.

Moreover, ThinkMarkets changed two employees in October. First, after serving for two years as Director of Technology for Europe, Alexander Kolchev was elevated to Chief Technology Officer. The broker then employed marketing expert Chantelle Lea.

You can read more about the broker in our ThinkMarkets Review.

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