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Can anyone tell me what is Zulu Trade ?

 

ZuluTrade is a P2P on-line trading network. The service works by allowing investors to mirror the trades of professional investors.

If you follow the right guy, it will be more easier to get a stable return.

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ZuluTrade is a P2P on-line trading network. The service works by allowing investors to mirror the trades of professional investors.

If you follow the right guy, it will be more easier to get a stable return.

 

But I don` think so that auto-trade is safe instead of self trading.

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the way i look at it, A lot of traders make big money from automated trading, especially if they have the right EA for it, there is nothing wrong with automated trading, like for instance SPs at zulu have their own track that traders look at, it show how they perform in a certain amount of time (weeks or months) from there the trader can choose to follow them or not (correct me if im wrong) it seems to me like the concept of copying other traders trade but with zulu its made easier..

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the way i look at it, A lot of traders make big money from automated trading, especially if they have the right EA for it, there is nothing wrong with automated trading, like for instance SPs at zulu have their own track that traders look at, it show how they perform in a certain amount of time (weeks or months) from there the trader can choose to follow them or not (correct me if im wrong) it seems to me like the concept of copying other traders trade but with zulu its made easier..

 

May be you are right but I can`t let trade anyone my money.

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I understand,

zulu is a platform collaborating with many other brokers, HotForex is one broker that provides ZuluTrade Forex Signals, I am also studying on this.

 

IMO, Zulu Trade is a Forex social network, where you can invest money and trade follow professional traders, it can help traders learn but it might not work with all. i was planning to try zulu as well and i trade with hotforex.

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IMO, Zulu Trade is a Forex social network, where you can invest money and trade follow professional traders, it can help traders learn but it might not work with all. i was planning to try zulu as well and i trade with hotforex.

 

forex social network thats one way to put it, and they are an american company i think

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The following is the new 100% Credit Bonus from hotforex email

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Dear Client,

 

After having just received this year's award for Best Online Broker in Eastern Europe by World Finance, we are looking to connect with our European clients further by attending and operating a booth at this year's highly anticipated MoneyExpo in Prague. The Expo will be taking place from the 19th to the 21st April at the TOP HOTEL, Praha, Blazimska 1781/4, Prague 4, Czech Republic.

 

If you are able to visit us there, this will be a perfect opportunity for us to meet face to face and have a chat.

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated customer support team via email, live chat, or by telephone on +44 2033185978.

 

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Dear Client,

 

HotForex is proud to have received these awards by the prestigious Global Banking and Finance Review in recognition of the continued efforts devoted to offering class leading affiliate services to our partners.

 

The Global Banking and Finance Review awards are presented in recognition of excellence in specific areas of business. Nominations are sourced from various avenues including individuals and companies. The winning nominees are finally declared by an independent judging panel which eliminates any conflict of interest and ensures credibility.

 

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I had my first ever demo account with them. I was ok. they had a 4 pip spread on majors bt then i read some medium to bad reviews abt them in forex review sites which made me change my decision.

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I had my first ever demo account with them. I was ok. they had a 4 pip spread on majors bt then i read some medium to bad reviews abt them in forex review sites which made me change my decision.

 

Well, I've never seen it on my live account maybe there was an issue with the demo server.

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I dont go much for bonuses. but i think there are a new contest comnig up! and there is this titans accounts that are offered, seems good but to much for me :D but aside from that everything seems to go well :)

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Hey guys, any news yet if there are good offers for this year? I was wondering if there are any. vbulletin-smile.gif

 

last week, I got a news that hotforex is offering Tradeable bonus. Not sure it's 15% or 30%. You can visit their home page to know more.

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here you can check at there website at hotforex.com I lose track regarding new offers lol. but yeah there is even the cashback offer for the month of ramadan, but it might be limited for traders from islamic regions but dont quote me on this im not sure

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