EverFX Announces Partnership With ZuluTrade

The Cypriot broker has taken a number of profile-boosting steps over the past few months

Retail broker EverFX announced on Thursday that it has partnered with ZuluTrade. The deal means that the broker’s clients will have access to the social trading services offered by ZuluTrade.

“We warmly welcome EverFX to our ever-growing group of stellar collaborating brokers,” said ZuluTrade’s Head of Institutional Sales, Roula Pelehrinis. “It’s both exciting and energizing to be able to offer such a dynamic broker as EverFx, to the many global users within the ZuluTrade community.”

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Launched in 2007, ZuluTrade will be familiar to most people working in the retail trading world. The company allows users to copy the signals of successful traders and either edit them or replicate them exactly.

Experienced traders can make money by selling access to their trades. At the same time, beginners can follow what the ‘pros’ are doing and both copy and learn from their behavior.

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“We’re determined to lead the way in creating an ideal environment for traders with excellent trading conditions and comprehensive education,” said EverFX CEO Georgios Karoullas.

“Our success is built on diversity, flexibility, transparency and open, reasonable pricing structures. For this reason, we committed on the cooperation with ZuluTrade to give our clients a new trading experience, more engagement and with new ideas to share between traders.”

EverFX – a broker on a role

EverFX, which is licensed in both the Cayman Islands and Cyprus, has taken a number of big steps to boost business over the past three months.

In January, the broker announced that it was partnering with Spanish football team Sevilla. The sponsorship agreement means the broker’s logo will appear on players’ kits and will be displayed at Sevilla’s home games.

A month later, Karoullas told Finance Magnates that the broker has plans to expand in Asia, the Middle East and “a lot more jurisdictions” in the near future.

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