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FXOpen Launches One Click Trading Level2 Plugin

FXOpen, one of the leading brokers in the Forex market, is glad to announce the update of the Level2 application. A new tool - One Click Trading Level2 Plugin - has been developed to facilitate the order management process in the MT4 trading platform. The new plugin provides greater accuracy and higher speed of execution. Its a huge advantage especially when it comes to highly volatile markets associated with risk-taking and sharp price movements. You can learn more about the features of the new product in FXOpen Help. One Click Trading Level2 Plugin is an absolutely unique instrument. It helps to capture the best price with just a single click and generally simplifies the whole process of trading in MT4.

The plugin makes it possible to perform the following operations: place Buy/Sell orders; close orders; set order volume; set Stop loss and Take profit values; create pending orders; access the Market depth; display the value-weighted average price (VWAP). One Click Trading Level2 Plugin is extremely valuable and can be regarded a real breakthrough in the Forex industry. Experienced traders will appreciate its advantages as the product enables to apply less effort. One click instead of 5 or more steps to make the necessary adjustments in the platform helps not only to save your time but to secure your profits.

Tuesday, 26 Feb, 2013 / 11:09

Source : http://www.fxopen.com/News.aspx?Id=7250a412-0eb6-4a04-a1ca-36c517832f55&Culture=en

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