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ProbusFX partners with FXBlue to offer Account Sync services

ProbusFX partners with FXBlue to offer Account Sync services

ProbusFX announces its partnership with Automatic Account Sync service provider, FXBlue. All clients of ProbusFX now have the ability to sync their ProbusFX MT4 accounts with the service to analyse and publish their trading results.

FXBlue has been trusted since 2009 by all types of traders ranging from regulated money managers and hedge funds through to private individuals scalping the markets from home. The core web-based analysis and deep statistics are supported by several apps such as their desktop Account Monitor and MT4 TradeTalk.

With FXBlue Live, publication of new and closed orders is nearly instant and updates are as frequent as every 60 seconds. Clients can combine accounts into portfolios and embed their full results with detailed analysis on their own website.

Michael Kopanakis, Head of Brokerage at ProbusFX, said: “We are happy that we are now able to offer professional Account Sync services through our partnership with FXBlue. We strongly anticipate that our clients will find this feature to be useful for better monitoring and keeping track of their trading results and trading history.”


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