Forex via Smartphone

Saturday, November 5, 2011 0 comments

BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone - MetaTrader 4 Mobile Smartphone Edition

A smartphone is a device which combines functions of a mobile phone and a pocket personal computer (PPC). The key difference between a smartphone and a mobile phone is the presence of a fairly advanced operating system which allows installing additional software solutions.

A PPC equipped with GSM communication functions is called a communicator, while a smartphone is essentially a mobile phone equipped with properties of a PPC. Lately, the differences between smartphones and communicators have become less clear.

Trading terminal BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone (MetaTrader 4 Mobile Smartphone Edition) is a technological solution developed by MetaQuotes Software Corp. for smartphones.

The mobile trading platform provides constant access to the forex market via smartphones with a possibility to assess the market and execute transactions. The mobile terminal is technically reliable and well-protected.


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BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone: installation from a stationary PC onto a smartphone / .zip, 479 КБ
BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone: installation on a smartphone / .zip, 436 КБ
User Manual of BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone / .zip, 511 КБ
A detailed description of the installation process and features of the trading terminal.

The BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone trading terminal is provided to BCS-Cyprus’s clients free-of-charge!

System requirements:

Smartphone, Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 and above (including Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 and Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0) for smartphones.

Please note! When choosing a smartphone for mobile trading, it is necessary to pay particular attention to the operating system, which has a direct influence on the possibility of installing the trading terminal onto the smartphone.

Possibilities and advantages of BCS Mobile Trading 4 Smartphone:

  • real-time quote streaming;
  • back records of quotes;
  • constant monitoring of the account status;
  • trade execution, supervision over open positions, placement of all types of orders and trailing stop orders;
  • records of previous transactions;
  • charts, technical indicators and linear instruments;
  • news flow;
  • managing screen setups and properties of financial instruments;
  • alert signals about systemic and trading events;
  • multilingual interface;
  • internal e-mail service;
  • access to the terminal in off-line mode without the necessity of logging in to the server.
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