Why 2018 Was a Great Year for Naga Markets – Guest Editorial

Charlotte Day

NAGA Trader is a multi-device application that offers a smart and social way to trade the global markets with over 750 asset classes to choose from.

NAGA Markets, a multi-asset regulated brokerage founded in 2016, has grown to become a leading provider of trading services. Among its many achievements is the award-winning Social Trading Platform, NAGA Trader, and the interactive multilingual NAGA Academy.

2018 has been a milestone year for NAGA Markets. Apart from a new and improved website, the company hosted various events and multi-lingual webinars throughout the year, based on its strong commitment to customer education.

The Popular NAGA Trader App

NAGA Trader is a multi-device application that offers a smart and social way to trade the global markets. It’s currently the world’s fastest growing social trading network, where traders of every level of expertise and experience participate. With over 750 different assets to choose from, including FX, ETFs, stocks and even virtual in-game items, traders can invest in whatever they are passionate about.

The auto-copy trading feature allows people to learn and mimic the trades of the most experienced traders on the network. The app also eases the process of trading for those who do not have time to monitor the markets themselves with CYBO. This is a disruptive self-learning algorithm that helps trade portfolios 24 hours a day, closing and opening trades on behalf of traders.

There is a leaderboard on the platform, where traders are ranked according to their performance. Every trader’s achievements can be followed by others in the community and their trades can be studied and copied. The most copied traders get to be NAGA Influencers, with a chance to receive up to $250,000 in pay-outs each month.

According to the company, many traders have placed their trust in this EU-regulated social trading platform, part of The NAGA Group backed by Hauck & Aufhäuser and the FOSUN Group, a leading bank and venture capital firm. Traders post important news on their feeds, share their trading experiences and even tag friends on assets they are trading. Traders can put emojis on their posts and get automatic translations, so that they can read posts from across the world.

Educational Resources

NAGA Markets has always prioritised education, so its clients can be empowered to make informed trading decisions. Throughout 2018, a number of educational interactive live webinars were held, with financial experts and highly experienced traders offering useful information. The multilingual webinars were also posted on NAGA Markets’ Facebook page and YouTube channel for those who might have missed them.

The Weekly Market Outlook videos provided traders with key market developments, indicators to coming highs and lows and upcoming economic releases. The audience could get live answers to their questions, along with the latest trading tips from experts.

The NAGA Academy has worked tirelessly through 2018 to provide accredited online and offline educational degrees to traders wanting to learn more and hone their skills.

Happy Christmas And Here’s to 2019!

As the year winds down, NAGA Markets wishes all its traders and partners a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year. The team looks forward to adding new and improved features to its trading app, adding more events and continuing to delight traders in 2019.

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