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MB Trading Earns Top Rating in Barron’s 2009 Review of On-Line Brokers

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif.-- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- MB Trading (“MBT”), a technology-driven, low-commission brokerage specializing in order routing in securities including Equities, Futures, FOREX, Bonds, and Options through various global exchanges, earned the highest rating given of 4.5 out of 5 stars in Barron’s 2009 Review of On-Line Brokers. MBT tied for first place in the trading technology category and was ranked second overall in a field of twenty-five competitors.


“This achievement validates that MB Trading is an overall solution for traders,” said Ross Ditlove, CEO of MB Trading. “Our competition includes large, multi-billion dollar corporations, and we’re very pleased that we not only came in second, but also topped most individual categories including trade commission, technology, and client services. These components have been the cornerstone of MB Trading’s services for over ten years.”


MB Trading remains a privately held brokerage firm by design. The company maintains a debt-free balance sheet and prides itself on its organic growth, which was a major contributor to the successes of the last year. Internal growth and strategic acquisitions allowed the company to bring to market web-based and wireless trading along with in-depth options tools and an across-the-board expansion of its trading platforms, including advanced charting and research for traders.


Only two firms earned the 4.5 overall rating, and MB Trading tied for top honors in the separately rated categories of “Best for Frequent Traders” and “Best for Options Traders.” In addition, the company received a nod on the list of “Best for International Traders” for its innovations and services in the FOREX arena. MB Trading’s technology drives the highly regarded FOREX ECN, 3DFOREX. While FOREX trading is a minimal portion of the Barron’s review, MB Trading is a pioneer in the field with direct access and transparent currency execution systems.


“We’ve worked hard over the last year to move our technology forward and also to provide more avenues of support and interaction with our clients and prospective customers,” said David Lipsett, Executive Vice-President of MB Trading. “Barron’s readers are highly knowledgeable about the industry, and we’re honored to receive their accolades. MBT will remain on the offensive and continue to grow through acquisition and internal innovation. Our purchase of EFX Group in 2008 was the foundation of our new MBT University and the brainchild of Chris Mercer, Director of the University. Our University courses are now filled to capacity several weeks out, which demonstrates that our model of connecting third parties to our order entry and account management systems and giving those third parties a method to showcase their products to the market, works.”


MB Trading has now earned a top rating in Barron’s reviews each year since 2004. The principals of the firm believe that with the recent turn in the economy, opportunities exist for acquisition of key technologies and services that will further position the company for long-term growth. “We maintain a building mode,” added Lipsett. “If you look at the winner this year, they’ve been acquired by a much larger player. Our goal for 2010 is nothing short of winning the top slot.”


About MB Trading:


MB Trading offers online stocks, options, futures, and Forex trading through their proprietary platform, the MBT Navigator. Securities products are offered through MB Trading, member FINRA, SIPC. MB Trading Futures, Inc. (MBTF) is a CFTC registered FCM and member of the NFA. MBTF offers execution and settlement services for futures based products, as well as off-exchange foreign currency (Forex) products through MB Trading.




*Based on Barron’s 2006, 2007, and 2009, MB Trading was ranked 4.5 stars, the highest rank for the best Online Brokers.


Trading in Securities, Futures, Options and Forex is speculative in nature and not appropriate for all investors. Investors should only use risk capital when trading Securities, Futures, Options and Forex because there is always the risk of substantial loss.


The high degree of leverage that is often obtainable in Futures and Forex trading because of the small margin requirement can work against you as well as for you. Leverage can lead to large losses as well as gains.


Account access, trade executions and system response may be adversely affected by market conditions, quote delays, system performance and other factors.


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Source: Smartbrief.com

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