The eToro financial news blog now introduces a new column dedicated to analyzing the weekly activity on eToro’s social trading network, eToro OpenBook.
Online PR News – 27-December-2011 – – LONDON and MILAN, 26 December 2011 -The eToro financial news blog now introduces a new column dedicated to analyzing the weekly activity on eToro’s social trading network, eToro OpenBook.
With the launch of eToro’s social trading revolution, powered largely by the OpenBook social trading network and the CopyTrader function, the eToro forex blog is also adopting the social approach by launching a new weekly column that analyzes the trading activity of a select trader that has managed to distinguish him/her self during the past week.
The column is designed to give blog followers insight into the trader’s winning strategies, both for educational purposes, as the readers can then utilize the same strategy in their own market forays, and for copying purposes, as the readers can use the information to decide whether they want to add the trader to their copy trading portfolio.
“The social angle is new to the forex social trading community in general,” says Barbarah Zigah, senior eToro Blog staff writer, “and so we want to make it a little easier for people to approach the trading network. Profiling a different trader every week enables our readers to get to know the members of eToro OpenBook up close and personal, and encourages them to get involved.”
Each week the column features an analysis of the trader’s strategy, including their portfolio, their trading style and their activity on the OpenBook social network, i.e. the trader’s interactions with other eToro traders. The column also presents a brief interview in which the profiled trader shares his wisdom and the secrets to his/her success.
This latest addition to the eToro blog’s already comprehensive offering is bound to attract readers and to open their eyes to the usefulness of the new social medium as it is incorporated into the world of financial trading through the eToro platform.