Comparing trading platforms like Ninja Trader and brokers on Google Trends

(Last Updated On: November 23, 2018)
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Comparing trading platforms and brokers on Google Trends
I compare all the popular trading platforms including Tradestation, Multicharts, MT4, Ninja Trader and even MotiveWave. It seems that MT4 is easily #1 but Tradestation is quite popular with Ninja Trader trading.
I am somehow  started glancing at brokers and even crypto currency/Bitcoin exchanges. It seems Crypto exchanges was very very popular a year ago but quickly died off. When you look at the brokers like Interactive Brokers, Oanda, Dukascopy, and other crypto exchanges. I broke down the analysis down by city and event country or region.

But why Oanda?

You can clearly see Oanda is the dominant force. globally.  This is another reason I found MT4 (Metatrader 4) is popular. MT5 is up there swell. When you look at the region what is driving Oanda, it seems be out of Hong Kong and Asia but it still dominates on Google Trend audience share. Also, when you look at the similar terms as Oanda. I found mysteries around (a digital bank out of Switzerland) and Sweden and Norway regions. It seems that some West African countries were in there as well. Maybe someone can explain this relationship I am seeing.
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