It was revealed this week that AvaTrade has launched its latest service AvaOptions Mobile. This has been exclusively designed for Options traders and for foreign exchange. The newly released mobile AvaOptions offers and an advanced new platform that allows clients to trade options and FX as well as access custom charting, trading signals, an economic calendar risk management and more.
The new platform has been designed with an integrated Strategy Guide that will provide information to uses for dozens of options strategies that requires only a few clicks. The new platform also features a patented GUI which details the reward and risk of any given trade and is based on past and future predicted outcomes.
CEO of AvaTrade, Dáire Ferguson, speaking about the newly launched mobile product said: “Options trading has never been easier, and FX trading has never been clearer. We believe our traders deserve the best and with this superior and premium mobile app – we will continue to provide them with many more innovative technologies and platforms.”
AvaOptions Mobile: AvaTrade launches despite coronavirus pandemic
AvaTrade, who has opted to try to take a “business as usual approach, chose to release the new mobile platform at a time when the world is facing a health crisis due to the COVID-19 and its impact on world economies
The company understands that developing effective mobile platforms is a key element to the success of brokers, and based on a resent Investments Trend report, having a mobile platform can be the difference for investors.
The announcement from today was delivered on the heels of the launch by AvaTrade of its MetaTrader 5 platform. With it and the new mobile platform, the broker is able to provide trading options for shares, vanilla options, bonds, and other classes of assets.
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Read AvaTrade risk disclosure before trading Forex, CFD’s, Spread-betting or FX Options. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67-68% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.