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Are there any trading platforms designed to trade multiple accounts ?
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Lingsbord

Member Since Dec 28, 2019  3 posts Ruth (Lingsbord) Jan 15 at 21:22
As ufotech says you can install multiple instances. Just launch the installer, and you'll soon see a box where everyone just normally clicks 'next' but if you click 'settings' you see the file in its selected directory and all you need to do is add anything to the end of the filename so for example just type 2 or give it a specific name, just adding to the end of the file with no spaces. You'll then see both versions in your program files. Last year I was running 17 accounts from USG.

Going back to my original post on this subject though I would still say something like Social Trader Tools offers the best option

This is trading, not gambling
RamonDWdemo

Member Since Feb 10, 2020  3 posts RamonDWdemo Feb 15 at 08:42
Interactive Brokers looks like it has this https://www.interactivebrokers.com/adv/en/main.php

Any experiences?

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