The trading interface is really nicely set up. There are four trading windows and the theme provides for very visible price movement and it is really easy to use. All open positions are seen in the portfolio list below the trading windows. If one clicks the small magnifier icon in the top right corner of the trading window, the graph can be expanded to get a better view of the trade. This is really practical. EnterOption review showed us they really have a good platform, so even when someone copied it, its a good thing.
The interface also has some neat tools such as the sentiment indicator and a financial calendars. Unfortunately the financial calendar site didn’t work as well, claiming the domain is blocked and someone should be contacted to resolve this. After the “regulated” link blunder, this didn’t look good for the EnterOption.
There are really many assets one can trade with EnterOption. As our EnterOption review showed, there are more than 15 currency pairs, 4 commodities, 24 indices and 68 stocks.
One can also read about signals with EnterOption, but this is a bit misleading. EnterOption review showed us this broker doesn’t offer signals, in fact they have many articles on signals but they refer to the technical analysis traders can do themselves, for examples by using info from EnterOption review of the market. This is not signals since the idea is to get trading tips from someone who has better expertise than the average trader or a auto trading system that generates signals