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EToro brings 'Copy Dividends' to social traders

08 February 2016  |  3460 views  |  0 Source: EToro

EToro today launches ‘Copy Dividends’, allowing members to benefit from profits the traders they are copying make while they are copying them, instead of having to close the relationship first.

Copy Trading, pioneered by eToro, has already transformed the way millions of people invest in capital markets. It empowers individual investors to copy trades of more experienced traders (Popular Investors) and in turn allows those experienced investors to earn money from their copiers.

Previously, traders needed to close their copy relationship to release any profits. Now, they can earn profit with the trade still live. With Copy Dividends, each time a copied-investor withdraws profit made from their investments, the proportional amount of money will be automatically banked in the copier’s account balance. This unique feature further strengthens the relationship between our Popular Investors and their copiers, with both sides benefiting from profits made at the same time.

Yoni Assia, CEO of eToro comments: “The Copy Dividends feature is one of the most innovative and pioneering developments in copy trading and marks the beginning of a new era full of endless possibilities. Our traders take great pride in being copied, and care deeply for their copiers.

“As with any relationship, we came to realise that when two sides benefit at the same time, it helps the relationship flourish. With our new Copy Dividends feature, profits can now be realised while maintaining the copy relationship with your selected traders. Simple as that.”

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