"Trade Copier" at Futures trading

Dear All,
good days.

I would like to know whether Futures trading able “trade copier” to slave account from master account?
For example, the platform (bookmap) trade copier to the same platform (bookmap) or different platform (TT, MD and etc).

As spot forex platform (cTrader) did open signal provider for public subscript.
Just wonder, futures trading also does own such kind of function?

Please advice.
Thank you.

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@AndyHuan Thank you for your question.

If you are looking to see the same across a number of platforms you can do that. If your platform uses the same data feed API, it should be possible. For example, if you use Rithmic, CQG or OEC on Bookmap, you could see that in their own native applications as well. For example, if you use Rithmic you can see the trade in both Bookmap and R Trader. If you use OEC on Boomap, you could see that in the OEC Platform, etc.

If you wish to “copy” a trade from one account to another, for example, if you have account call AndyX and you have another account called AndyX1 and whatever is placed in AndyX is copied to AndyX1, then we suggest to use a Block Account. In that account, you can trade a certain amount of lots that gets allocated according to your specifications. This is all on an individual basis for an individual account.

If you are looking to be a signal provider, you need to use a service we offer via this: https://automatedtrading.optimusfutures.com/ This is where you can place trades and have others view your performance.

We hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Thank you,
Matt Z
Optimus Futures

There is a substantial risk of loss in futures trading. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

if you updated an order on a block account, would the other orders be modified as well? e.g. you changed the price of a limit

Block account allocate only filled orders to the accounts that are included in that block account.
Limit orders are not filled orders so they don’t change on the accounts attached.
I hope that this answers your question.

Matt Z
Optimus Futures