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La négociation de CFD est désormais prise en charge par Mirror Trader

NEW YORK, December 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Tradency étend sa plateforme Mirror Trader pour y inclure la négociation de CFD, avec FXPRIMUS comme premier courtier pour le lancement

Tradency, créateur du concept de Mirror Trading et développeur de Mirror Trader, la plateforme de trading Forex leader de l'industrie, a annoncé aujourd'hui l'ajout des CFD à son offre. Ce faisant, Tradency est devenue la première solution de Mirror Trading à offrir la possibilité de négocier des CFD ainsi que des stratégies d'experts dédiés en CFD à ses utilisateurs.

Tradency a identifié parmi les courtiers une demande croissante d'incorporer le service de Mirror Trading dans une offre de CFD. Au cours de l'année dernière, Tradency a minutieusement examiné la tendance des stratégies de CFD et propose désormais une liste impressionnante de stratégies de CFD expérimentées et éprouvées. Mirror Trader offre à ses traders de CFD une large variété d'outils dédiés : S&P 500, prix du pétrole brut, Google et bien plus. En outre, une large variété de marchés est disponible : actions ordinaires, matières premières, indices, contrats à terme pour l'argent, l'or et l'énergie.

Dans le courant de l'année, Tradency avait effectué un changement conceptuel de son modèle commercial, le transformant en produit de marché grand public en passant d'une structure basée sur le volume à une structure à taux fixe. Ce changement a permis aux 40 courtiers de Tradency, chiffre en constante expansion, de proposer la plateforme Mirror Trader à tous ses clients.  Oz Golan, Directeur des ventes chez Tradency, a déclaré : « Les courtiers peuvent désormais offrir Mirror Trader à l'ensemble de leur clientèle, traders Forex et CFD confondus. Au cours de l'année dernière, nous avons vu qu'en utilisant la plateforme Mirror Trader, les courtiers parviennent à réactiver les comptes approvisionnés qui ne négocient pas activement ou très rarement. Ces comptes nouvellement activés augmentent le volume de négociation des courtiers par trader de manière considérable. Et c'est pourquoi nous avons étendu notre plateforme pour y inclure aussi la négociation de CFD ».

FXPRIMUS est un précieux partenaire pour Tradency et se consacre à offrir à ses clients la technologie de Mirror Trading la plus avancée. Terry Thompson, Président de FXPRIMUS, a déclaré : « Nous sommes réellement ravis d'être le premier courtier international à proposer le Mirror Trading de CFD. Nous sommes certains qu'en intégrant l'ensemble de notre clientèle dans la plateforme Mirror Trader, nous apporterons des avantages tant à nos traders Forex actuels qu'aux traders CFD nouvellement introduits. Je crois aussi que de cette manière, nous enrichirons l'expérience de négociation de nos traders et renforcerons encore davantage la marque FXPRIMUS. »

Mirror Trader se base sur le concept de « Trade-By-Knowledge », exposant aux traders les vastes connaissances de fournisseurs expérimentés en stratégies forex et CFD. La simplicité d'utilisation de la plateforme et ses multiples options de négociation (automatique, semi-automatique et manuelle) permettent aux traders de commencer à négocier plus rapidement et de rester actifs plus longtemps.

À propos de Tradency

Tradency Inc. est le développeur à l'origine de la technologie Mirror Trading, qui permet aux opérateurs en bourse de devises étrangères d'évaluer et d'adopter automatiquement des stratégies globales. La plateforme de Mirror Trading de Tradency offre aux opérateurs le choix flexible de combiner son approche révolutionnaire et les méthodes traditionnelles de transactions en ligne. Depuis sa création en 2005, Tradency propose cette nouvelle méthode, créant une nouvelle catégorie de transactions sur plateforme. Tradency innove en permanence ses services, renforçant sa réputation de créateur d'une pratique à la pointe de la technologie dans le secteur.

Pour en savoir plus : http://www.tradency.com

À propos de FXPRIMUS

FXPRIMUS, The Safest Place to Trade (la plateforme la plus sûre pour négocier), offre aux traders de détail un niveau d'exécution des transactions, de qualité de service et de sécurité des fonds normalement réservé uniquement aux plus grands investisseurs. Servant des traders dans 205 pays à travers 6 continents, FXPRIMUS fournit un niveau incomparable de sécurité des fonds associé au traitement direct intégral, à une exécution de qualité optimale avec des spreads serrés, à une assistance clientèle rapide et réactive, et à un jeu d'outils de premier plan dans l'industrie pour les traders, incluant un accès libre à de puissants outils de négociation et un coaching personnel via FXPRIMUS Coach. FXPRIMUS est basée à Maurice et réglementée par la Financial Services Commission (FSC) de l'Île Maurice, qui fournit l'un des environnements offshore les plus sûrs et les mieux règlementés du monde. Maurice est l'un des plus importants centres financiers offshore du monde et a attiré plus de 550 fonds d'investissement possédant une valeur d'actif net de 50 milliards USD. Plus de 35 000 entreprises et fonds d'investissement engagés dans une large variété d'activités mondiales tirent parti de la plateforme mondiale de services financiers de Maurice. Maurice maintient des traités de double imposition avec près de 200 pays à travers le monde.

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