AtoZ approved broker, Capital.com launches Desktop Trading Platform – the new platform that will enable you to trade a wide range of financial instruments with ease. The award-winning platform will take Capital.com’s user experience to the next level.
18 October, Capital.com – Fintech startup Capital.com, which has a cutting-edge mobile app offering CFD trading, today announces the launch of its desktop version and also reveals when its artificial intelligence-led SmartFeed feature will be added.
Capital.com launches Desktop Trading Platform
The desktop version boasts the same features as those of the mobile platform. Traders can choose a wide range of financial instruments including shares, commodities, indices and currencies. Capital.com provides negative balance protection, charts, the history of transactions as well as market/limit orders and take profit/stop loss.
Capital.com’s desktop platform has been launched in cooperation with UMSTEL, a CySEC regulated technology provider. The platform moves trading to the next level by enabling users to draw on charts and edit them to create more effective financial research, as well as to perform technical analysis using such indicators as Volatility, Trend, Volumes, and Oscillators.
Capital.com’s CEO shares insights on new AI tool
Another tool, set to meet the world in November 2017, is Capital.com’s proprietary and unique SmartFeed solution. Backed by artificial intelligence technologies, SmartFeed is able to track investors’ behaviour, detect cognitive biases and provide users with savvy content to boost their trading skills.
Sharing her opinion on SmartFeed, Kira Bondareva, Capital.com’s CEO, says:
Are you curious about Capital.com’s trading app? You can test the iOS or Android version and share with us your review. On top of this, Capital.com has previously launched its complementary educational solution Investmate for mobile devices.
Capital.com is a fintech startup, headquartered in Limassol, Cyprus. Recipient of a $25 million investment, the company creates software solutions for trading, including the namesake Capital.com app and its complementary educational product Investmate. The company is licensed by the CySEC.