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A Stock Trading Platform That Suits Your Style of Trading

Source: : Marketech

Summary

  • Modern-day traders can now access financial markets through various online trading platforms.
  • Not all trading platforms offer the important features that traders should have, and some low-priced options could leave you behind the pack.
  • Marketech offers Focus and FocusLite and serves various needs of its active/high volume as well as low volume users.

Share trading has gained a lot of attention as financial markets across the globe are notching up higher even though the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 remains. Many people have developed an interest in trading but are not full-time traders. Also, some traders trade lower volumes while some are active traders that trade higher volumes.

Modern-day stock trading is facilitated through online trading platforms that allow various features along with offering direct control over one’s trades. These online trading platforms charge a minimum fee (on a monthly basis) and/or brokerage for carrying out the order placed by the trader or the transactions scheduled.

INTERESTING READ: How Marketech Focus can simplify online share trading for you

Source: Marketech Website

A trader may make multiple transactions on a daily basis, or may transact less on certain days. Often, pricing across trading platforms is not differentiated based on the level of activity of traders. This means that a trader must pay a minimum fee for using the trading platform even though he/she does not make any transaction.

However, Marketech takes into account the level of activity of traders and offers features accordingly.

DID YOU READ: Marketech Focus, a premium low-cost ASX trading platform, set to enhance your stock trading experience in 2021

Marketech’s flagship offering “Focus” is built for active and serious traders and charges $45 per month as subscription fee. In return for this fee, Focus offers live ASX data streaming, minimum $5 or 0.02% brokerage rate and further premium features.

Significantly, the pricing model of the Company is such that traders can reduce their brokerage in most cases and enhances the tools for their usage.

Source: Marketech Website

INTERESTING READ: Getting Acquainted with Marketech Limited and its Modern Trading Platform, Marketech Focus  

On the other hand, FocusLite is aimed to serve the lower-volume traders, those who may only trade two or three times a month and empowers the users with free monthly access and minimum brokerage charges of $10-per-trade or 0.04%. FocusLite offers users access to time pricing through click to refresh and provides them with live news headlines along with full function technical charting.

Those traders who trade a little each month might want to use FocusLite for online trading while Focus would remain the preference of higher volume/frequency investors who normally see market volatility as an opportunity to buy and benefit.

DID YOU READ: How is Marketech Setting Trends in Stock Trading Platforms? 

Source: Marketech Website

Active traders intend to have instant access to their capital and tend to move quickly to benefit more in less time. Market educated and well-informed people can have better trading experience through Focus and can help them attain their investment objectives.

INTERESTING READ: Overcoming Challenges in Online Trading, Marketech Focus to The Rescue

Overall, Marketech offers a choice to both types of traders while offering access to live ASX pricing and settlement through individual HIN as well as specific Macquarie Bank cash management accounts.

 

 


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