Copy Trading

How to Copy Trade on Etoro


Here’s how to follow and copy trade a portfolio on eToro:

1. Choose a trader to copy:

  • Explore the Popular Investors list: eToro’s Popular Investors list ranks traders based on their performance, risk tolerance, and other factors. You can filter the list by country, asset class, and other criteria.
  • Review individual trader profiles: Once you’ve found a few potential traders to copy, take the time to review their individual profiles. This will give you a better understanding of their trading strategies, risk management approach, and overall track record.

2. Set an amount to allocate:

  • Determine your investment size: Decide how much you’re willing to invest in copy trading. This will depend on your overall investment goals, risk tolerance, and financial situation.
  • Consider the trader’s minimum investment requirement: Some traders on eToro have minimum investment requirements for their copy trading portfolios. Make sure you meet the minimum requirement before you start copying.

3. Click “COPY”:

  • Locate the “Copy” button: Once you’ve chosen a trader and set an investment amount, you’ll see a “Copy” button next to their profile.
  • Confirm your selection: Clicking the “Copy” button will bring up a confirmation window. Review the details of your copy trading arrangement, including the trader’s name, the amount you’re investing, and the fees involved.
  • Execute the copy trade: If you’re satisfied with the details, click the “Confirm Copy” button to execute the copy trade. Your portfolio will now automatically mirror the trades of the trader you chose.

4. Monitor and adjust as needed:

  • Track your portfolio performance: Keep an eye on your copy trading portfolio’s performance over time. Compare it to the performance of the trader you’re copying and make adjustments as needed.
  • Consider adjusting your allocation: If you’re not comfortable with the level of risk or the performance of your copy trading portfolio, you can adjust your allocation at any time.
  • Stop copying if necessary: If you decide to stop copying a trader, you can simply click the “Stop Copy” button next to their profile. Your portfolio will no longer automatically mirror their trades.

Remember, copy trading is not a guarantee of success. It’s important to do your own research and understand the risks involved before you start copying trades.

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