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ICM Capital today announced the launch of their new website. This exciting new development brings with it access to mobile trading for the iPhone and iPad and credit card payment facilities for clients with a Visa or MasterCard. As well as this, a more detailed and easy to use Education Centre has been developed which offers trading examples and daily market news to support traders of all levels.

With the new addition to the company - financial expert Glen Ward - a series of informative and educational webinars will also be launched to enhance the Education Centre. Further expansions include a more in-depth financial glossary, how to make use of analysis and how to develop a disciplined trading plan.

The ICM Capital website has a modern and clean feel to it which focuses on allowing traders to access the MetaTrader 4 hassle free as well as being informative and offering support at all levels. The new website also brings with it a new Media Centre where clients can be informed about the most current developments on the markets for Foreign Exchange (FOREX) and CFD Contracts on Oil (WTI & Brent), Indices, Silver and Gold. Traders can use the Facebook plugin to keep informed about promotions and competitions as well as receiving daily market updates live on your newsfeed. The plugin on the media page for the LinkedIn group has been created for traders to get involved in discussions, polls, debates and share experiences with likeminded people.

The most current trading and market updates can be accessed via bite size chunks of information by following ICM Capital on Twitter and re-tweets can be shared with followers. A link to the ICM Capital blog provides access to educational articles and company developments. Finally Google +1 has also been added to encourage conversations between traders. Clients can click the +1 button to give their public their stamp of approval on news they want share, comment on or just send to their individual circles on Google+. By keeping in touch with ICM Capital's media centre clients will never miss out on promotions, new developments, expansions and additions to the team.

About ICM Capital

ICM Capital Ltd. has quickly become recognised for its energy and drive by building strong relationships with some of the major leading financial services providers specialising in online trading services for private, professional and institutional clients.

Strategically located in the global financial centre, London UK, ICM Capital headquarters is a major meeting point for business, and is registered in England and Wales under registered number: 07101360. ICM Capital Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulatory number: 520965. Registered address: 36 Alie Street, London, United Kingdom E1 8DA. To contact ICM Capital directly please call the London headquarters: +44 207 488 7300, the Dubai administration office +971 4 429 4500 or send an email to clientservices@icmcapital.co.uk.

ICM Capital offers FX delivery through a joint venture to its clients for their global money transfer needs.

This document is not and should not be construed as an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for any investment or service. ICM Capital Ltd has based this document on information obtained from sources it believes to be reliable but which it has not independently verified. ICM Capital Ltd makes no guarantees, representations or warranties and accepts no responsibility or liability as to its accuracy or completeness. Expressions of opinion herein are subject to change without notice.

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