PFSoft shows how to execute all trades within one application. Use the one trading terminal with all your accounts. For today brokerage service’ market is filled with various offers, which can be advantageous for trader in the different concurrences of circumstances. That’s why professional trader can’t set his choice on only one broker. Getting new ideas while capital is increasing, trader strives to extend his abilities, to receive more quality service.
As a result it appears that there are a lot of open accounts, accordingly it is possible to trade using the broker which is the best for the current case. But, in the same time there are many inconveniences due that each broker uses his software with its features, advantages and bugs. It would be much comfortable for trader if every broker was provided with the same software, which is convenient trader.
Unfortunately, there are not many brokers which are able to provide his client with worth-while trading terminal. PFSoft represented its own alternative solution for this problem – ProTrader Multistation.
PT Multistation is the ONE trading terminal, which allows trader connecting to several brokers and data vendors simultaneously. For today it has possibility of connection to the most popular brokers (MB Trading, Interactive Brokers, TD Ameritrade etc.) and free quotes providers (Yahoo! Finance, Google Finance). In addition to the main goal of this trading terminal (working with several brokers at the same time) PT Multistation is provided with all advantages of Protrader.Net trading terminal.
Undoubted, Automated Trading ability is one of the strong sides of terminal. The feature of this function is in that PT Multistation IDE supports working with the most popular script languages MQL, EasyLanguage and it also has its own PTL (ProTrader Language). In addition to script based trading it is possible to create strategies right from the chart using built-in Visual Advisor.
PT Multistation allows trader to work with any broker, using high-quality trading software.
PT Multistation is actively discussed at http://protrader.org/. More details at http://profstation.com/.