CapitalVia launches Android day trading app

New Delhi, Oct 10 : Equity trading consultancy CapitalVia Global Research Limited on Thursday announced the launch of a mobile application that would give value-added services to its clients.

The app, which features "technical levels" that can give support, resistance and pivot point for both equity and commodities, is a must-have for all intra-day traders and aims to make trading simple, as well as more effective.

"It seeks to further personalize the services and also provide live intra-day recommendations, based on users' interests and the instruments they trade in," the company said in a statement.

Made available for Android-based devices to begin with, the app could be downloaded from Google Play Store - free for a limited period. It is tipped to be launched soon on iOS and other platforms, too.

Speaking at the launch, Rohit Gadia, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, CapitalVia Global Research Limited, said: "This is our first Android-based mobile app and would help traders immensely with its key features, such as free recommendations and technical script levels. "

"What adds to the app's beauty is that it also gets updated multiple times every day. The app is unique; there's no other application available in the market that provides such features," said Gadia.

"This app has a great user interface (UI) and user experience (UX), with all important and required features available," said Gadia.

--IBNS (Posted on 11-10-2013)

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