UFXMarkets: Analysis Tools And Additional Features
  1. UFXMarkets: Introduction
  2. UFXMarkets: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. UFXMarkets: Charging Structure And Customer Support
  4. UFXMarkets: Analysis Tools And Additional Features
  5. UFXMarkets: Conclusion

UFXMarkets: Analysis Tools And Additional Features

UFXMarkets offers customizable, advanced charts for research and analysis purposes, which are useful for conducting studies of the markets. Charting options include Fibonacci, Bollinger Bands®, and RSI Indicators. In addition to this, advanced auto-charting is available, but only for certain types of accounts.

Platinum and Gold account holders have access to Autochartist, a charting analysis tool that notifies users of profitable opportunities that may arise throughout the day. Autochartist works by scanning market price data and determining patterns so traders don't have to.

Additional Info/Features

UFXMarkets is operated by ReliantCo Investments Limited, a CyprusInvestmentFirm (CIF) that is regulated and licensed by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). This means that traders at UFXMarkets know that their investment is protected under strict standards of regulation.

While the smallest deposit is $100, UFXMarkets recommends choosing at least the $500 trading account so you can have access to a lot of the basic features. When you have a $500+ deposit account, you can access many tools involving fundamental and technical analysis, including daily and weekly reviews and the analytical tools discussed in the previous section.

An account manager is assigned to the new trader, and this person is responsible for helping the user choose which account and services are best for him or her while also helping them use the trading platform and read the charts. (For related reading, see Is Your Forex Broker A Scam?) UFXMarkets: Conclusion

  1. UFXMarkets: Introduction
  2. UFXMarkets: Account Types And Minimum Deposits
  3. UFXMarkets: Charging Structure And Customer Support
  4. UFXMarkets: Analysis Tools And Additional Features
  5. UFXMarkets: Conclusion
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