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Fort Financial Services (formerly known as TradeFort) said on Tuesday it introduces new auto trading service, called CopyTrading , which is now available to their clients. The broker has created a unique system to copy the trades of successful traders, based on three key criteria: security, simplicity and transparency.
CopyTrading offered by Fort Financial Services (FortFS) is an automatic service allowing users to copy trades from accounts of selected trader(s) with an equal or larger / smaller volume in their own trading accounts. What is more, subscribers are able to control completely the process and stop or start up the copying of signals at any time, as well as to place their own trades.
Benefits of CopyTrading:
- In case the trading volume on the Master account is unsatisfactory for 30 days or more, the subscription fee will be automatically returned to the subscriber in full.
- Experienced traders can earn extra income by selling subscriptions (a.k.a. trading signals) from their Master Accounts.
- Master Accounts ranking depends on how a particular Master account manages the capital involved in trading. This means that regardless of the Master account balance, the ranking is based on the profit growth of the margin participating in the transaction.
Popular social trading platforms that allow investors to trade, follow other fellow traders and copy their trades and trading signals, or get followed themselves are ZuluTrade, Ayondo, eToro, Signal Trader, Tradeo and MyFXBook AutoTrade, among others.
Fort Financial Services offers its customers a selection of trading platforms. Apart from the most widely used MetaTrader 4, FortFS supports CQG and NinjaTrader, through which users can trade in futures and options, as well as a special binary options platform. Behind the brand Fort Financial Services is Fort Financial Services Ltd., a company established in 2010, which operates on the basis of international brokerage license, issued by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (IFSC).