AETOS launches proprietary social copy trading system

Rick Steves

“As a trading service provider, we’ve seen a lot of such customers coming to us as a complete novice, but eager to diversify their investment portfolio as markets move. Those customers are easily overwhelmed by continuous bombardment of market news, and as a result struggle to build up practical and profitable trading strategies. “

AETOS Capital Group has launched its social copy trading solution, which has been fully integrated into the entire suite of AETOS trading platform and customer management portal.

The FX & CFD online trading broker stated that both new and existing AETOS clients can take advantage of the copy trading system to empower their investment capability.

Its proprietary copy trading service is offered without extra cost, the firm said as copy trading is trends among the retail trading market.

The copy trading platform allows expert traders with great trading experience and successful achievements to be verified as the Signal Provider.

As Signal Provider, these traders can share their trading strategies for other investors to follow and replicate.

In exchange, a profit-sharing scheme between followers and signal providers drives a win-win relationship among system users and incentivizes signal providers to perform to the best of their ability.

Social copy trading is widely accepted as an efficient and effective way to learn and master investment skills.

The AETOS social copy trading system connects investors with expert peers, whose past trading performance/ROI, portfolio components, trading experience are fully transparent and presented visually and clearly.

Followers can make their consideration and selection confidently by referring to a signal provider’s profile page.

Christopher F. Allwin, AETOS Capital Group Chairman, said: “As a trading service provider, we’ve seen a lot of such customers coming to us as a complete novice, but eager to diversify their investment portfolio as markets move. Those customers are easily overwhelmed by continuous bombardment of market news, and as a result struggle to build up practical and profitable trading strategies. There are lot of elements to learn and consider as that’s how investment works.

“We think the social copy trading is a good way for investors not only to learn profitable trading strategies but also master risk management by following the lead of professional investors. We are very glad to offer the social copy trading service as we believe it’s a great alternative way to help a beginner trader to eventually grow to be an investment guru.”

The FX and CFD industry has been adhering to copy trading as community-based investing continues to grow. Last week, we covered Axi’s launch of its copy trading app, developed by Pelican Trading.

Pelican Trading, the fintech behind Axi’s copy trading app helped several other FX brokers adhere to the copy trading party, including IS PrimeOne Financial Markets (OFM), and AvaTrade.

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