Fullerton Markets, one of the newest brokerages in the Far East, has announced that the firm is venturing into copy trading. The Wellington based company has added support for Tradency’s Mirror Trader and RoboX platforms that enable the trading community to get access to advanced trading strategies developed by experienced professionals.
Commenting on the launch, the CEO of Fullerton Markets Mario Singh said: “Many retail traders are drawn to the notion of copy trading mostly due to a lack of time. With Mirror Trader and RoboX, we are excited to present a new opportunity to our traders who want to generate consistent returns by following top traders without actually getting their feet wet in studying market movements.”
With RoboX, Tradency has delivered to the market a trading machine that is making trading decisions based on strategy packages. Different packs include up to several strategies with backtesting available for up to 6 months into the past.
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With the algorithms which are included within a package being updated continually traders are getting exposure to a dynamic tool which can protect them from unnecessarily high risks.
Looking at Mirror Trader, the platform is offering a more traditional concept to traders where Tradency’s servers are tracking the signals of strategy developers worldwide. The traders can then view and evaluate whether they would like to copy a certain trade onto their account and track certain providers. The platform offers automatic, semi-automatic and manual trading catering to the needs of different traders.
The CEO of Tradency Lior Nabat added: “The addition of our trading platforms to Fullerton Markets is a testimony to the growing need of such services worldwide. I have met Mario personally on several occasions and he strikes me as someone who is both knowledgable and passionate about the trading industry. He wants nothing but the best for his clients.”
Yesterday Tradency announced that the company has partnered up with bullion and forex trading provider m-FINANCE, a move which is designated to further expand the company’s footprint on the Asian market. With the addition of support for clients of Fullerton Markets, the firm will also be adding more traders from the same region, as the CEO of the brokerage Mario Singh is a widely popular figure for retail traders in Asia.