ZuluTrade Strikes Partnership with Hextra Prime

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Two industry leaders – ZuluTrade and Hextra Prime – have joined hands to increase accessibility to major asset classes

As it continues to enjoy the spotlight, Finvasia’s leading social trading platform ZuluTrade makes waves in the media with its recent partnership announcement. The company is excited to announce its cooperation with industry-reputed Forex and CFD broker, Hextra Prime.

This strategic association will benefit both ZuluTrade and Hextra Prime clients, raising the bar in equal measure, allowing them to benefit from the best-in-class trading experience, with seamless accessibility to key asset classes and copy the strategies of 90,000+ Leaders featuring on ZuluTrade’s platform.

As a leading provider of Forex and CFD trading, Hextra Prime further expands ZuluTrade’s ecosystem, bringing its array of popular Forex pairs, Futures, Indices, Metals, Energies and Shares to the all-encompassing social and copy trading platform.

Speaking about the partnership with Hextra Prime, ZuluTrade CFO Dimitrios Lathouras said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Hextra Prime and welcome them to our ecosystem. ZuluTrade’s broker-agnostic environment helps users to connect to any broker worldwide.”

“As we join forces with Hextra Prime, we are happy to be moving forward as a technology-driven solution provider, simplifying our clients’ trading journey while enhancing their experience.”

“This collaboration further strengthens our commitment towards providing them with access to innovative technologies and premium services that enable them to stay ahead of the market.”

ZuluTrade offers Hextra Prime’s clients seamless access to its platform, allowing them to fully enjoy its advanced and innovative features, including but not limited to the ability to start and stop copying algo strategies at any time, and enjoy capital protection with ZuluGuard, an algo-powered feature that safeguards Investors’ capital by scanning Leaders’ activity and removing from their accounts any strategies that no longer meet their preset risk parameters in real time.

Additionally, Investors can also take advantage of other trading tools available to them, such as ZuluTrade calculators, the built-in simulation tool and economic calendar, which help them improve their decision making.

Alongside this impressive set of tools and features, Hextra Prime clients using the ZuluTrade social and copy trading platform can enhance their experience thanks to the Social Feed which lets them  curate the news content and tailor it to their needs, upload and share photos and videos, react to each others’ posts, as well as create and follow specific content hashtags.

Feature-packed, the Social Feed enables collaboration and knowledge sharing, being the backbone of an ever-growing community-driven environment allowing Leaders and Investors to interact and learn from each other.

With such a vast product offering secured through strategic partnerships with key players in the fintech and online trading world, ZuluTrade strengthens its position as a global social and copy trading powerhouse fostering growth through technology enablement.

Visit ZuluTrade’s website for more information.

*Trading in financial instruments involves significant risk of loss.

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