BlackBull Markets Partnership with ZuluTrade

by Oct 11, 2018Company News

We are delighted to confirm our partnership with the leading Social trading platform ZuluTrade.

Clients of BlackBull Markets can now take advantage of the ZuluTrade algorithm to customise their trading strategies. ZuluTrade allows investors to mimic the trading strategies of other registered currency traders from 192 countries.  The company has been one of the major players in the social trading segment of the retail industry for several years.

Established in 2007, the firm mainly attempts to sell its services to newer traders who, lacking the requisite knowledge to trade themselves, can follow professional traders and copy the positions they take. At the time of publishing, the transaction volume in United States dollars for ZuluTrade’s live accounts exceeds $1 billion.

Clients of BlackBull Markets can choose which trader’s strategy they would like to copy using the “ZuluRank” which ranks each trader using a number of criteria. This includes overall performance, stability, maturity, exposure, minimum equity required and other performance metrics.

Furthermore, clients can view their risk exposure through the “Margin-Call-o-Meter.” This is an indicator which is designed to help traders determine whether the chosen parameter settings put their account at risk for a margin call.

For more information on how to connect your Account, watch the video below:

For any questions, please contact our team on support@blackbullmarkets.com

Best wishes,

Partnerships Team at BlackBull Markets

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