City Index has a shinny new Web Trader platform for your trading pleasure

We’ve always liked City Index, from the old school spivvy client base to the City Supremo founder Michael Spencer.

Granted there have been a lot of changes over the years, including, and not limited to the fact that they are now owned by our friends across the pond. But City Index still remains one the better spread betting brokers and CFD forex platforms out there.

We’ll get round to doing a full video demo of the City Index platform soon, but in the meatime, you can read our thoughts, compare them to other brokers and see some real client reviews in the City Index review here.

Press release regarding the new platform from City index below:

We are proud to announce the launch of our new Web Trader trading platform which takes our trading experience to the next level.

Web Trader is a state-of-art trading platform and will help improve the conversion of your valuable traffic. Features of the new platform include:

¤ Fast and reliable HTML5 technology for optimum performance
¤ Fully customisable workspaces allowing personalisation and flexibility
¤ Advanced charts with custom indicators and precision drawing tools
¤ Intelligent trading tools including smarter trade tickets and advanced risk management tools
¤ Curated market information with detailed market analysis to identify trading opportunities

See the new trading platform here

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