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ZuluTrade Review Scores


Overall score: 2.7 / 5

Total votes: 140
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ZuluTrade Discussion

deforex
Dec 01 2010 at 13:37
9 posts
I believe that those that say that they are good in forex trading should join this service as providers. Its a good chance to prove that they can actually perform good and maybe the rest of us zulu users can also benefit

pipsquick1957 (pipsquick1957)
Dec 06 2010 at 07:12
172 posts
I wouldnt buy anything from MT Programming, they are a bunch of scam artists. They are many good trade copier software out there, he just copies someone elses work anyways.


stephanusR posted:
    This one does hundreds of clients from on master MT4 account

https://www.mtprogramming.com/tradecopier.html

Then there is spyware riddled https://www.toolsfortradingtheforex.com/aboutproduct.html , it stakes snapshots of your screen back to the authors.

https://tradecopier.com/1-master-upto-3-slave-copier/

tradercz
Jan 13 2011 at 15:34
5 posts
For those having a live account with zulu, I suggest you download the new desktop widget. Very useful real time, account monitoring tool, without the need to be logged in to zulu website all the time!

pampam
Jan 17 2011 at 12:02
14 posts
What is the differences between Zulutrade, Tradency and C2?

markopolo
Jan 18 2011 at 14:54
49 posts
Zulutrade was the first company to introduce a service that you can follow someones signals. Then, because it had great success, other companies followed. I find zulu more reliable than the rest, but still there are many things you need to be careful with when selecting providers, such as whether they trade from a live account, how much DD they have, average pips/trade, aver. trade time, etc. Its all there, you just need to make some research and use it on a demo account!

forex_trader_[3734]
Jan 18 2011 at 15:07
33 posts

markopolo posted:
    Zulutrade was the first company to introduce a service that you can follow someones signals. Then, because it had great success, other companies followed.


Zulu was not the first.
Other companies, such as Collective2, have been around several years before zulu.

pampam
Jan 19 2011 at 07:43
14 posts
After exploring their websites it shows that C2 was founded in 2004, Tradency 2005 and Zulu 2006....

How would you suggest to select a provider?
i also noticed that there are many providers which trade for both companies like systemfx.

markopolo
Jan 20 2011 at 12:35
49 posts
Well the method I use is:
-look for providers that trade from a live account (green or blue $ next to their profile)
-DD in pips (not %) less than 2k pips or %DD less than 30%
-average pips/trade more than 20
-average trade time around 2-3hours but no less than 30mins
-trading more than 15weeks
-check which broker the provider is using compared to mine and look at the slippage charts.
-Monthly PnL (very important IMO).

Hope this helps! 😀😀

pampam
Jan 20 2011 at 14:27
14 posts
@markopolo: Thanks for the info. I think i will use the 'green'(live acc) option only because i noticed that the onces who have the 'blue' have high DD.

billfx
Jan 25 2011 at 10:17
2 posts
Good, user friendly interface.

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