Tradency’s intuitive mirror trading system RoboX gains further ground with Fullerton Markets in New Zealand

New Zealand-based retail electronic trading company has formed a collaboration with financial technology provider Tradency. The strategic partnership allows traders on Fullerton Markets to access the Mirror Trader Platform and Tradency’s latest product, RoboX. The RoboX system uses a unique algorithm which creates bespoke packages of trading strategies which are constantly updated. CEO of Fullerton […]

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New Zealand-based retail electronic trading company has formed a collaboration with financial technology provider Tradency.

The strategic partnership allows traders on Fullerton Markets to access the Mirror Trader Platform and Tradency’s latest product, RoboX. The RoboX system uses a unique algorithm which creates bespoke packages of trading strategies which are constantly updated.

CEO of Fullerton Markets Mario Singh today explained: “Many retail traders are drawn to the notion of Mirror Trading mostly due to a lack of time. With Mirror Trader and RoboX, we are excited to present a new opportunity to our traders who want to generate consistent returns by following top traders without actually getting their feet wet in studying market movements.”

Making a commercial statement on the adoption of RoboX by Fullerton Markets, CEO of Tradency Lior Nabat: “We are delighted to add Fullerton Markets to our growing list of brokers who are currently offering our copy trading platforms. This is a testimony to the growing need of such services worldwide. I have met Mario personally on several occasions and he strikes me as someone who is both knowledgable and passionate about the trading industry. He wants nothing but the best for his clients.”

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