The BlackBull Markets-HokoCloud Affair- Expands Copy-Trading
BlackBull Markets, a New Zealand-based broker, recently announced partnership with HokoCloud, a copy-trading platform. BlackBull Markets has revealed that its clients now have access to advanced social- trading and copy-trading for free.
Hokocloud, a Cyprus-based platform enables traders to go beyond Forex to Equity, indexes, Crypto. Traders get to connect their accounts and trade with them simultaneously, no matter the broker they use. More, traders can build communities of followers and follow trading strategies through social media.
CEO to Hokocloud expressed their excitement to have BlackBull on board, and rightfully saying that their clients will access a unique ultra-low latency platform.
“We are delighted to join forces with yet another global brokerage. Having BlackBull Markets join our trading ecosystem will allow their clients to access a unique ultra-low latency platform, ideal for managing multiple MT4 and MT5 accounts simultaneously,” Chief Executive Officer at HokoCloud mentioned.
Besides working with Hokocloud, BlackBull Markets also offer interactive social trading services with ZuluTrade and MyFxBook.
Accelerating Demand Of Copy Trading
The democratization of the financial market globally and the advancing of retail online trading have generated numerous opportunities for the crowd. This is by copy-trading.
Accessibility to the average person has been eased through the innovation of copy trading. This concept has been extensively marketed to amateur traders as an instrument to passively invest in the lucrative but incredibly demanding and risky trading market.
Several mirror trading platforms have been launched with HokoCloud and eToro being the best overall best copy trading platform.
In a statement, Chris Georghiou, BlackBull’s Business Development Manager in Europe, said: “Social-trading and copy-trading are growing in popularity with our client base, and we expect the HokoCloud platform, which combines both aspects, will seamlessly fit their trading needs.”