AutoTrade With AxiTrader!

We’re happy to announce the addition of another broker to our AutoTrade offering – AxiTrader! AxiTrader is an STP broker with tight spreads.

AutoTrade With AxiTrader!

To open a live AutoTrade account with AxiTrader, please click the above logo or click here.

Goran Drapac, AxiTrader’s CEO said:

‘AxiTrader is pleased to partner with Myfxbook, the acknowledged leader in trading system comparisons and we believe their auto trade system will become the benchmark of the copy trading industry. As partners, we will offer you greater access to verified trading systems while allowing you to trade with AxiTrader’s spreads, service and execution that you know and love.’

About AxiTrader

We founded AxiTrader on a simple principle: to create a Forex broker that we’d love to trade with ourselves.
As we’re founded by traders, we understand you want a great 24-hour service, tight spreads and fast STP execution with minimal slippage. So that’s what we deliver. Whatever your experience, we’ve got you covered. We assist traders using Forex as an asset class to fulfill part of their trading portfolio. At AxiTrader, our focus is always on integrity, service and execution. We strive harder to be the best – it’s what separates us from our competition and makes us one of Australia’s largest Forex Brokers.

With more than 80 staff in four countries speaking ten languages and offering 24 hour trade support, we are focused on our vision to be the world’s leading provider of online foreign exchange trading services. AxiTrader is the business name registered and owned by AxiCorp Financial Services Pty Ltd (ABN 85 127 606 348).


Wishing you a happy Monday,

The Myfxbook Team.

2 thoughts to “AutoTrade With AxiTrader!”

  1. If I disable autotrading during a particular time, and trades are open prior to the disabled time, if the provider issues a signal to close these open trades (during the tiime I have disabled trading) what happens?? Does the trade stay open until the trading time is re-enabled or is it closed as per the signal out anyway?

    This isn’t very clear – and is quite important.
    Any guidance would be massively appreciated. Thank you

  2. That would depend on how you define “disable autotrading”. If you mean that you remove the provider (that opened the trade) from your AutoTrade portfolio, or disable AutoTrade completely, then AutoTrade will no longer manage existing positions nor open new ones. However, if you pause a provider, no new positions will be copied but existing positions will be still managed (update sl/tp, close trade).

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