Brokeree Solutions releases a new version of its flagship Social Trading

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

In June 2022, Brokeree Solutions presented its first cross-server Social Trading. Six months later, the solution has a  new version. What has changed?

Brokeree Solutions, an Estonia-based technology provider for brokers, renowned for its cutting-edge investment systems Social Trading and PAMM, is finishing 2022 with the new version of its flagship solution. In June 2022, the company presented a new Social Trading solution that empowers users to copy trades between different servers in real-time. Six months later, the product had an upgrade. What has changed?

New fee types 

Firstly, the latest version of the Social Trading solution expands the providers’ options with two more scenarios for setting commissions: registration and management fees. The registration fee is a one-time payment that a signal provider requests from subscribers for joining their trading signals. The management fee is held regardless of the trading activity of the signal provider and is periodically paid for subscribing to their trading signals, for example, for a week or a month. The subscription stops if the trader does not have enough money on balance to afford the commission.

Watchlist

One of the investment platform’s  strengths is its user-friendly and attractive interface. From this point of view, the updated Social Trading version got a new feature – Watchlist. Powered by the Ratings Module, a tool providing brokers with the ability to create and add widgets with providers’ real-time data on the website, Watchlist allows followers to pick accounts they want to view later. Besides highlighting the attractive accounts, watchlist may be used as a progress tracker showing how much return the account has gained compared to the date of adding it to the watchlist.

Shared links

To promote within investment systems such as PAMM or Social Trading, it’s traditionally relevant for providers  to consistently show profitable trading results and develop a personal brand. The updated version of the MT4 / MT5 Social Trading Platform includes a dedicated feature to share a link to a trader’s profile with the ratings and statistics. Thus, their audience in social media, Telegram channels, or special forums will be able to get quick and direct access to their personal card, with interactive charts and indicators containing information about their trading results.

More languages 

Four new languages are added to the latest version of Social Trading, providing users with 13+ languages. Now brokers can also offer their international clients an interface in:

  • Portuguese (Brazil);
  • Chinese;
  • Thai;
  • Korean.

Extended reports

Users can now view and download various reports on their trading activity via the Social Trading solution:

  • Earnings report displays users’ profits and may be shown per provider or per offer;
  • The fees report shows profits in different fees in each subscription;
  • The trading report presents information on published and copied positions.

Find more information on how to choose the suitable investment system in the article “PAMM vs. MAM vs. Social Trading. What should a broker go for?” 

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