Blueberry Markets, an Australia-based forex broker that commenced operations last month, said on Wednesday it has integrated the expert advisor (EA) service of Happy Forex.
To commemorate the launch of the new service, the broker offers to refund the purchase price of some clients that purchase the EAs. The special offer applies for the first 250 applicants who hold a live trading account in US dollars (USD), being it an existing or a new one, and who purchase the full suit of 9 Happy Forex EAs. Investors need to trade at least 50 lots, or about €199 in total, of forex instruments. The offer does not concern trading in commodities or indices.
The refund will be transferred to traders’ accounts. In addition, free Virtual Private Server (VPS) through Beeks VPS will be provided with all 9 EAs installed already on the platform. The VPS will give you the peace of mind that the EAs are running 24 hours a day whilst the markets are open due to the platform being hosted virtually.
In order to take benefit from the promotional campaign, Blueberry Markets traders musts open and fund their accounts before the end of 31 October, 2016.
Blueberry Markets, owned by former AxiTrader executive Dean Hyde, commenced operations as a non-dealing desk (NDD) broker in mid-sAugust. It is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and is an authorized representative of EightCap Pty Ltd., which trades under the forex brand EightCap.
The broker’s offering consists of 70 currency pairs and contracts for difference (CFDs) on share indices, commodities, and precious metals. Recently, Blueberry Markets announced the adoption of AutoChartist’s market scanner for the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) trading platform. In addition, it offers a social trading service via ZuluTrade and Myfxbook, automated trading via the Signal Trader system, a VPS service, and a Multi-Account Manager (MAM) option.
Happy Forex is a developer of EAs for MT4. It uses grid strategies without increasing of lots – its EAs work with any brokers with a maximum of four spreads.