The FxPlus platform allows you to replicate on your own account the transactions generated by experienced traders. You can also trade on your own by buying and selling CFDs on gold (or other underlying assets) using the FxPlus trading terminal.
Strategy duplication, or copy trading (also known as “social trading”), allows one to mirror on their own account the transactions carried out by experienced traders. Since this involves margin trading with leverage, it’s essential not to be overly greedy and to set up one’s account with sufficient caution. Indeed, high leverage can lead to greater profits… but potentially to equivalent losses as well.
For gold, the platform offers, for example, the MegaGoldBot strategy. This has allowed for significant profits since inception (over 300% in 2023).
Other strategy, GoldMinerPro lead to +100% since early 2022.
FxPlus allows you to mix strategies in order to diversify your risk. However, past performance is no guarantee of future results !
A real-time flexibility
The FxPlus solution includes a dashboard from which you will have complete control over your account and be able to adjust your settings with just one click.
Trade on your own
FxPlus also allows “self-trading”, including “one-click trading” (taking a position with just one click). Here too, we recommend the utmost caution regarding position sizes.
Of course, you also have the option to mix self-trading and copy-trading.
Strong and reliable partners
One of the most important factors to consider when investing in a paper asset is the choice of counterparty. Our partners represent the best in online banking, combining Swiss banking tradition with the highest technological standards.
The information contained on this website is not an invitation to invest in gold or gold contracts. Any investment decision should be made taking into account your knowledge and personal situation. Securor provides no guarantees regarding the future returns of the mentioned products. If you do not have sufficient knowledge of finance and investments, please discuss it with your financial advisor.