An essential part of MarketsYes review is a review of platforms they offer. MarketsYes has a proprietary platform which means it is developed by the broker. Unfortunately, this also means that traders will have to get accustomed to the new trading platform, as most brokers offer MetaTrader platform in some form. The MarketsYes is a web-based platform, which means that no download is necessary. You can access it from any device connected to the internet as long as you know your username and password.
MarketsYes review noticed how they are mentioning mobile trading as well. The mobile app is available for Android devices only, but let’s hope that in future they will add an iOS app as well.
MarketsYes review showed how this platform has a very familiar layout that is common on forex trading platforms. For example, assets are listed on the left. They are easy to navigate. Next, to assets, forex traders will find a chart. The chart is supposed to show current market changes in every moment. Below the chart, users will find the list of trades. The entire platform reminds us of the binary trading platforms but can be somewhat more complicated to use for traders who prefer MT4 or MT5 platforms.
MarketsYes platform also has an interesting feature called LiveTV where traders can watch videos with financial news from all over the world. There is also a list of biggest winners and losers among assets. There is also a list of daily news that is regularly updated and that traders can use to increase their trading opportunities.
Traders can also create their favorites list as well as use the Countdowns. Countdown is a type of trading quite similar to binary options where you place either put or call trade and have to trade within a specific time frame set in the very beginning.
The overall MarketsYes platform review is positive, but it is important to accentuate how it may be a better choice for traders who have never seen a forex trading platform before as it has many different characteristics from the usual and more common forex and CFDs platforms like MetaTrader4.