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Active Trader
Feb 4, 2009

Zulu trade bridged the gap between valuable information in money markets and trade execution, by converting the advice of professional and talented traders globally to an executed trade rapidly and automatically in your account (from supported brokers)
There was a time when trading was a headache. Not anymore! You don't have to study or monitor the market to make a good pick, because hundreds of industry well-known experts from all over the world are doing it for you. All you have to do is pick the experts you like, and Zulu trade will quickly convert their advice into live trades in your trading account directly with the broker. And the best of all, it's completely FREE
Zulu trade receives rebates from the brokers, for the trades generated and splits them with the experts that provide the advice. Check the performance results recommended by our experts
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Opening a Demo account

If you wish to test our system out, please visit our website at
select 'open demo account' on our homepage. From there you will be prompted to either open a demo or a live account, choose to select a demo account, and you will be given $50,000 in equity to place your trades. As of now we only have Demo accounts reflecting that of a standard 1 lot account. However in the very near future we will have Mini Demo accounts with 0.1 lots of a standard 1 lot, and with less equity to more accurately depict that of a Mini account. A Demo account is a great way to get a good feel for how our platform works. All Demo accounts have a 120 min delay.
Now follow and fill the example like in the picture then the username and the password will arrive to your e-mail


Let's take a look for the main window of auto trade system\
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7. A PPOINT to view the profit in the month and from the beginning of the account

The client has full control over your account in the way each selected provider will trade it.
Lets first start with every function and how to use it under your account settings tab.
1-Backtest. Your signal provider: Its show the graph combined performance for the selected providers in your portfolio. It does not take into account custom settings (stop, limit etc), but the exact trades as recommended by the signal providers.

2-Margin call:
Avery bad situation when the floating loss in your account is threatening the $ amount reserved by your broker to keep your position open

3- Signal provider:
Its appear the provider you choose to deal with him

4-Lots/ Trade:
This selection pertains to the total number of lots that will be traded for each individual trade by that provider

5- Max total open trades :
The maximam number of trades this signal provider is allowed to open

6-Max open trades /currency:
This setting pertains to the total number of lots that can be opened and/or pending at any one time in your account. This is a drop down menu selection that ranges from 1 to 500 with different incriminations along the way, and also has a no limit setting at the end.

7- Reverse:
This is a checkbox next to each provider’s name that you have selected in your account. It is a fact that some providers don't send good advice. Even more, their market predictions are so wrong that it can be profitable to do the opposite of what they suggest. So when they say buy you actually sell, and vice versa. When reversed, some of the worst providers outperform even the best ones. Toggle the reverse checkbox and see for yourself how profitable some providers can be.

8- Limit, Stop, Save :
These settings can also be found next to each provider you have selected in your account. Limit is a setting that if put in place by the client or a provider it will close the trade at a given profit. Stop is a setting that if put in place by the client or a provider it will close the trade at a given loss. Trail is a sliding stop value that follows the trade as it is making a profit.
11- Configure
This setting can be found next to each provider further to the right. By selecting this you will be taken to a new page where all possible currency pairs are displayed. The current setting for all the pairs will initially be 1 lot per each pair. However you may change this setting, so you can have as many lots as you wish per each different currency pair to be traded by a signal provider.

12- Remove :
You will notice this selection at the far right of every signal providers name that you have selected in your account. By simply selecting this option you will remove this provider from auto trading your account, however any remaining open trades, or pending orders that the provider has placed in your account will remain there

13- Add signal provider :
While logged into your account, under your account settings tab at the bottom left hand corner you will notice a selection tilted ‘Add a provider’. By selecting this you will bring up our vast selection of signal providers. You may select any provider at any time to auto trade your account and there is no limit to how many providers you will use


Active Trader
Feb 4, 2009
Trader history

Here you will find a history with all the trades that have opened and closed in your account.

1-Time frame:
2- single provider: The name of provider you select and if you click on it then you find some history about his trade with graphic
3- Graph :Its show you the graph dawing to the providers
4- Pipes: Browsing howmany pipes that the provider make through the selected time
5- Proift :Howmany profit that the provider make
6- Trades :Browsing howmany trades the provider do
7- Avg pipe :points average to all trades
8- Win ;Percant valu tell about the provider success of all his trades
9-Avg trade/Hrs :Avrage of trade opration inOne Hour
10- Weeks :Time to use the trader strategies in weeks
11-Max DD pipes :Down point maximum limt
12- Users :Howmany users dealing with this provider

Open position
This is where executed signals that providers place in your account will show. Here you can see what your current earnings or losses are at the moment. Each trade that is open under your open positions tab, you can change certain values of that trade if you wish. By clicking on the current ‘stop’ value of the trade, this will bring up a popup window where you change this value if you wish, you can do the same for ‘limit’ as well. Furthermore to the far right of the trade you will see a selection titled ‘close’ by selecting this you will then be prompted with a ‘sure’ selection, after this has been chosen, the trade will then close and no longer appear in your open positions tab.


Trade History
Here you will find a history with all the trades that have opened and closed in your account. You will also have a graph and a few filters to represent the data as you see fit. You can click on the ‘date open’ of each trade to generate a pop up window showing you a graph with the high and low reached of that trade, also it will show if the trade was opened at market price, or if it was a pending order, the reason for the trade being closed i.e. via a signal from a provider, or a manual close by the client. Also in your trade history you will notice a filter selection where as you can filter the graph and data below to represent all signal providers, or one at a time, thus the same goes for currency pairs, and furthermore you can change what dates you wish the history to represent.

Creat atrade
Here the client can place manual trades as he/she sees fit. You will notice all the currency pairs, a buy and sell column and a constant green and red color-flashing price upwards or downwards. If you wish to place a manual trade simply click on either buy or sell for a given pair and a popup window will appear. This window will consist of the current market price, and a limit and stop setting. You may change the current market price by unchecking the ‘market’ box, thus enabling you to place a different market price, which in turn will create a pending order. You may also place stops and limits through this popup window as well. Once you have entered the information you wish, simply click on OK and the trade will be placed either in your open positions, or pending orders.