CM Trading

CM Trading is regulated with the FSB with number 38782.

They offer local deposits in South African Rands to fund your trading account. Getting your profits out is so easier as they offer an EFT to your bank account.

To make it easy to start trading they also have a social trading service on their platform. Its called CopyKat and it lets you copy the transactions of a successful trader.

CMTrading claims to be the biggest broker in South Africa and they’re going from strength to strength in this market.

Here’s when I met with the CEO of the company, though we didn’t get to speak much and this is what I think about them.

Open An Account

Click here to start trading with CMTrading (get a 20% bonus when you make your first deposit)

Become an affiliate

Click here to promote CM Trading as an affiliate, earn a once off $300 for every FTD (First Time Deposit, the trader has to start trading as well)

Become an IB

Click here to promote CM Trading as an IB (Introducing Broker) and earn a passive income from all the traders that you refer for as long as the trader trades their account.

CM Trading MetaTrader 4 Tutorial

Learn how to use the popular MT4 trading platform. MT4 is available on CMTrading, the most popular broker in South Africa, for traders to use.

CM Trading’s Daily Forex Market Review 18 April 2017

In todays’ Daily Forex Review, we discuss the unfolding economic events of the day including the New Building Permits coming out of the United States.
Further technical analysis of the Dow Jones,

Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), Gold, Oil, Australian Dollar (AUD/USD), Great Britain Pound (GBP/USD) is discussed in the presentation.

CopyKat Trading With CMTrading

CM Trading offer you the possibility to copy the trades of professional traders through their CopyKat platform.

CM Trading Review

CMTrading is a rapidly growing brand in South Africa. Their FSB License Number is 38782

Daily Forex Market Review 03.02.2016

The situation in China is becoming bleaker by the day, it transpires that S&P have downgraded 13 Chinese companies this year and upgraded only one, the worst ratio since 2006.

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