FXDD, a leader in online Forex trading and education, has announced a partnership with Mirror Trader, allowing FXDD clients to be the first to instantly sync Mirror Trader strategies with other FXDD platforms. Mirror Trader integration is currently available to clients using MetaTrader 4. FXDD expects to roll out this integration to its other platforms in the near future.
“By offering the first commission-free Mirror Trader and MetaTrader 4 seamless trading experience, FXDD is continuing its mission to innovate and deliver a competitive edge for our traders,” said John Corbett, director of marketing for FXDD. “With Mirror Trader’s extremely user-friendly interface, it doesn’t take an expert to trade professional strategies and define the right approach.”
Developed by Tradency, Mirror Trader’s intuitive platform allows traders to access professional strategies and orders, which are instantly synced across the MetaTrader 4 platform, and provides the ability to monitor transactions all in one place.
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Mirror Trader gives traders access to hundreds of handpicked strategies developed by experienced Forex trading professionals. Once you employ a strategy, the engine will send you signals that automatically or semi-automatically execute orders on your behalf according to the strategy parameters you define and current market conditions. The system is available to all FXDD clients.
Mirror Trader offers:
- An extremely intuitive web interface with a dynamic tutorial upon start-up
- Visual trade metrics to review strategy performance
- T-Score indicator to help sort through various strategies
- A vast library of professionally developed strategies to choose from
Get started with Mirror Trader:
- New FXDD clients: To get started with FXDD, open a live or demo account online at http://www.fxdd.com/en/promo/landing-pages/mirror-trader-mt4
Disclaimer: Please note that exclusive trading groups who use specialized strategies will have to continue to pay commissions to execute systems. Managed accounts that operate with a limited power of attorney may not execute orders using this system unless otherwise advised.