FBS CopyTrade launches a new RiskFree Investments feature

‘Risk-free investments’ feature is a great innovation in the world of social trading platforms. It is created to help the newbies to practice social trading effortlessly and without any loss. Moreover, it helps new users of the app to get familiar with the main features and gives an understanding of the ways they can profit wisely and easily with it.

After the verification and studying the information about ‘Risk-Free investments’ in the app, a user has two weeks to try the feature. It has three investments that can be up to $100 and must include a fixed stop loss parameter -10%. The app refunds the losses after closing of all three orders with risk-free investments.

Try ‘Risk-Free investments’, get the skills for wise social trading, and increase your chances to profit with FBS Copy Trade app.

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