Swissquote revamps navigation on Advanced Trader mobile app

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Swiss provider of online financial and trading services Swissquote Group Holding SA (SWX:SQN) continues to update its mobile trading applications, with the latest solution to be upgraded being Advanced Trader – an application specialized in Forex and CFD trading.

The latest version (3.7.0) of Advanced Trader for iOS devices offers its users new navigation opportunities making the application more intuitive. The solution now also supports iPhone X.

In addition, theme colors have become available.

The app also offers an education section with video tutorials.

In terms of education and timely access to useful market information, let’s recall that in June last year Swissquote rolled out a new version of its Mobile Banking and Trading Solution for iOS devices. The solution introduced new news alerts, covering Macro-Economics and Sectors. There was an enhancement concerning education too, as users of the app got direct access to webinars.

Advanced Trader Mobile aims to integrate all the sophisticated charting and analysis tools required by professional traders into an intuitive interface accessible to everyone. It provides its users with access to more than 100 financial instruments, including over 80 currency pairs, commodities, stock indices, and bonds.

In addition, the solution offers real-time streaming quotes and a wide range of order types. With regard to fundamental and technical analysis, traders can make use of exclusive live market commentaries from FX Insider and sophisticated charting tools.

Talking of Swissquote’s dedication to the development and implementation of new technologies, let’s note that one of the factors that contributed to Swissquote’s solid results for 2017 was the robo-advisory segment (ePrivate Banking).

In 2017, total net revenues increased by 25% year-on-year to CHF 187.8 million while the net profit grew by 88.8% to CHF 39.2 million and client assets were up 29.9% at CHF 24.1 billion. For 2018, Swissquote is expecting net revenues and earnings to continue growing by approximately 10%.

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