ZuluTrade

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ZuluTrade
Type Private
Industry Financial services
Founded Virginia, 2007
Founders Leon Yohai, Founder
Kostas Eleftheriou, Founder
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Key people Leon Yohai, CEO
Website zulutrade.com

ZuluTrade is a financial services company, with its main operations based in Athens, Greece and operating in the foreign exchange market. It owns ZuluTrade.com, an online retail foreign exchange platform that provides social trading. In USA the company is registered as an IB with Commodity Futures Trading Commission and a member of the national Futures Association.

History[edit]

It was founded in 2007 by Leon Yohai and Kostas Eleftheriou. Eleftheriou left the company in 2008.[1]

Service[edit]

ZuluTrade is a free peer2peer on-line trading network.[2] ZuluTrade receives compensation per trade per contract from the brokers connected within its peer-to-peer network and splits the compensation with the signal providers that have originated the trades which have been executed successfully on one or more live followers' trading account.

The service works by allowing investors to mirror the trades of professional investors.[3] ZuluTrade's competitors include Currensee and eToro.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Linked in profile Kosta Eleftheriou". linkedin.com. Retrieved July 8, 2013. 
  2. ^ "ZuluTrade.com Revolutionizes Autotrading of Foreign Currencies Online". HighBeam Research. 2009-11-19. 
  3. ^ Walter Hamilton (2009-11-28). "Americans boosting investments in foreign markets despite high risks". The LA Times. 

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