Nov. 15, 2012
, the online futures division of
GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc.
(NYSE: GCAP), and TradingMotion, today introduced the new iBroker mobile application with enhanced mobile trading capabilities. The application, developed by TradingMotion, combines a powerful mobile trading platform and impressive digital display with the easy-to-use functionality of popular mobile devices including the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.
OEC's iBroker provides traders with the ability to access real-time market data on futures markets around the globe, as well as forex currency pairs.
"OEC is excited to offer this new mobile technology to our clients," said
, president of OEC. "The OEC iBroker app enables traders to easily and efficiently execute trades and manage their account, while seamlessly syncing with desktop trading activity."
"We are proud to be partnering with OEC and sharing our iBroker app with OEC's loyal customer base," said Jon Berrojalbiz, founder of TradingMotion. "Our talented development team has achieved its goal of creating an app that translates many of the features futures traders like on their PCs to their handheld devices, while improving them in the process."
For more information about OEC's iBroker app, go to
Open E Cry, LLC (OEC) offers direct market access to global exchanges through its proprietary software platform, OEC Trader. With OEC Trader, OEC's client base of active traders can trade futures, options and forex markets, all from a single interface. OEC is a subsidiary of GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc. For additional information, visit
TradingMotion is a software development company headquartered in
specializing in the creation of user friendly software products for the trading of futures, forex, CFDs, options, and securities. TradingMotion's expertise covers everything from Mobile Trading Platforms, like iBroker™, to front end online trading platform development for FCM's, like Interdin in
and Credito Agrícola in Portugal. For more information, visit
Forex trading, options trading, futures trading, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors.