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Zulutrade the portal for forex traders

October 27th, 2012 | Posted in forex

I have tried several different forex programmes over the years. None have really given me a satisfactory return as the ways they worked meant having to spend a lot of time in front of a screen or using a MetaTrader application.

So, now my forex trading is not that great but what I do trade is through Zulutrade. This is a really nice forex portal that take a lot of the hard work out of trading. It acts as a portal to access signal providers and forex accounts. This means that you are able to review how signal providers are performing and then decide on which one to use.

I really like the user interface at Zulutrade as it provides a very clear view of several important areas. These include transactions, history and settings.

To be clear you need to have a forex account setup with a provider that has an interface with Zulutrade. There are a wide range of brokers to choose from and you can use a broker you already have an account with if they are on the list.

The next thing you should do is select a signal provider. To see how each service is doing you can refer to the performance page. I won’t try an influence anyone on which provider to choose as you would need to undertake your own research.

All I will say is that if forex trading is something that is of interest then Zulutrade is definitely a place to take a look at.

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