Signal Trader, the leading solution for automated trading and live trading rooms, has just launched three new live trading rooms, featuring proprietary traders who specialize in trading on major world indices and commodities.
Signal Trader clients will now be able to follow the trades of three prop traders and automate their trading on world indices such as the S&P 500, the FTSE 100, the DAX 30, and the Euro Stoxx 50 as well as crude oil and gold futures.
“In launching three new trading rooms which focus on auto-trading on global indices and commodities, Signal Trader has once again demonstrated its passion for innovation and its strong commitment to providing the most up-to-date trading solutions,” John Miller, product manager at Signal Trader said.
The James trading room introduces a prop trader who is also an experienced money manager, specializing in short term trades, with a USD10,000 live trading account. Trading activity in this room mainly focuses on indices such as the S&P 500, FTSE 100, and the DAX 30 and the room is orientated towards swing and intraday traders.
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The Arthur trading room features the USD10,000 live trading account of an experienced intraday and swing trader. This account’s trading activity focuses on EUR/USD, equity indices futures and crude oil, among others.
The Lewis trading room displays the USD10,000 live account of a veteran futures trader, focusing on trading of the S&P 500, Euro Stoxx 50 as well as crude oil and gold. This trader implements long and short strategies over a short period of time, making this room suited to swing and intraday traders.
The introduction of the three new live trading rooms now brings the total number of Signal Trader live trading rooms to seven.
About Signal Trader
Signal Trader’s advanced automated trading solution allows users to automate their trading based on real trades executed by prop traders in their real accounts. The accounts are displayed in the Signal Trader live trading rooms in real time. Users also receive e-mailed signal alerts when positions are opened or closed.