Fri, December 01, 2023

Spotware launches new Copy Trading Feature to CTrader

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Spotware Systems has revolutionized CTrader Desktop with a copy trading feature in the desktop version of its renowned platform. As one of Cyprus’s leading electronic trading providers, they have taken this opportunity to offer an even more comprehensive and enhanced experience.

The recently released 4.5 version of cTrader Automate – the firm’s algorithmic trading solution – brings many manual trading updates and improvements to help you get ahead in automated solutions.

On Thursday, Spotware announced the addition of user-requested upgrades and enhancements to its cTrader platform. This update provides users unparalleled access to a thousand trading strategies, intellectual filtering capacities, and one-click copy trading initiation! This feature was just accessible on cTrader Web and Mobile platforms.


Spotware explained that cTrader Automate saw many improvements, including the all-new cBot backtesting chart mode, a function to calculate margin requirements on opening positions and trading sessions for added convenience.

The firm further highlighted the advantages of manual trading with the Smart Position Closing feature and updated Tick Volume Indicator. These features enable effortless on-the-chart manipulation of standard or custom indicators for maximum convenience.

Alexander Strelnikov, Spotware’s Head of Product, reassured users that the latest desktop version would immensely benefit those seeking knowledge from experienced Copy Traders or fancy Automated and Manual methods.

Recent Spotware cTrader updates

Spotware recently unveiled their new cTrader Desktop 4.5 version, arriving over a month after they initially rolled out the shared account feature to mobile users via a version 4.6 upgrade. The same feature was initially available for desktop and web applications through an October update of cTrader, with version 4.4 being released.

cTrader Mobile’s Shared Account feature allows users to share, revoke, and reject access to their trading accounts. It allows portfolio managers the opportunity to make trades on behalf of others. The same functions are available when using cTrader Desktop, and orders may even be placed directly from its main toolbar, according to Spotware.


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