Metaquotes is the developer of Metatrader, currently the most popular trading front-end among retail traders. More than 90% of the financial service providers active on the market offer their clients this application for the implementation of their investment strategies. In the wake of MT4 and MT5, there have been some very interesting developments in recent years, which are characterised by a large number of innovations and in some cases set new standards.
Traders looking for a suitable broker quickly face the challenge of finding the right partner. DDH provides a wide range of information, including an overview of trading platforms, additional tools, APIs and much more.
One of the most important tools in trading is the trading frontend. This is the graphical user interface - a kind of cockpit - through which all trading-relevant processes are controlled. The range of tools offered extends from easy-to-use modules to highly complex applications. With the overview provided by us, but above all via the convenient filter options, you can search specifically for providers who offer the solution you favour.
List of abbreviations
Definition of term
Definition of term
Direct Market Access
Trading on Stock Markets / onExhange
Virtual Private Server
Technical Analysis & Trading UI
High Frequency Trading
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Form for reporting an error ("Bug Report")
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Due Diligence Hub (DDH) is a multilingual information and communication platform for active exchange traders, traders and investors with a focus on trading contracts for difference ("CFDs") and foreign exchange products ("FX", "Forex"). DDH offers the most comprehensive coverage of companies authorised to provide financial services. The offering is rounded off by a wide range of exchange information services, tools and premium services.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74% and 89% of all retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.