The eBrokerPLUS web-based trading platform provides sophisticated tools for stock market analysis.

In addition to offering all the features of eBroker, the eBrokerPLUS web-based trading platform provides more sophisticated tools for stock market analysis. The real-time bilingual trading tool allows you to easily navigate through your portfolio and cash positions, place orders in multiple markets in the MENA region - including UAE and KSA stock markets - access trading transactions, gain historical information from charts, and much more. Available without downloads, the platform is accessible from all browsers.

Features and benefits

User-friendly interface

Enjoy direct access to eBrokerPLUS from your browser with no hassle of downloading any application. eBrokerPLUS is compatible with all browsers.

Easy order placement options

Access buy and sell buttons easily to place your orders from any screen in eBrokerPLUS.

Order simulation

Simulate an order before you trade in the market to calculate your options.

Markets wall

View live streaming data feed and watch the movements in the major indices to track which companies are the biggest movers of the day. Take advantage of the market news and get updated on the latest trends.

Advanced charts and technical analysis tools

Customize the information you want from advanced charts and technical analysis tools. Create a watch list so you can choose your favorite stocks to monitor.

Enhanced interaction with the broker

Send us your feedback or suggestions through eBrokerPLUS.

Price alerts

Configure price alerts and receive notifications on price movements to enable to you trade in real time.

Orders basket

Your orders are only a click away. Save time by preparing your orders beforehand and place them in the market whenever you wish to.

Stay updated

You can now update your contact details with great convenience on eBrokerPLUS. You can also view your account information such as orders, purchasing power, and stock portfolio.

Useful Links & Documents

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