Reasons to trade with us

OxoFx offers a range of technologies and tools to provide a convenient trading
experience for our clients and partners

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Funds Protection

If you trade with OxoFx. Customer funds are kept separate and checked regularly by our third party auditor.

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Licensed & Regulated

OxoFx is a trading name of OxoFx Trading LLC operated under the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Regulation Authority.

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Fast Deposits & Withdrawals

OxoFx allows clients to open accounts and deposits. Start trading instantly with a variety of payment options.


The most flexible Trade Copier on the market

"Trade Copier" Version designed to copy trades between MT4/MT5 terminals which are installed within same PC/VPS.

Our Trade Copier - you can use unlimited number of "Masters" MT4/MT5 accounts generally. But only single "Master" should be used at the same time on each server.

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OxoFx Trade Copier is a special software for MetaTrader 4/5 platform which helps retail Forex traders and account managers duplicate trading positions between multiple accounts running on the same computer/VPS so they won’t need to repeat the same trade operations on each MT4/MT5 platform individually.

This means now you can trade on multiple MetaTrader 4/5 accounts simultaneously, mirror the trades of any trading bot to your friends and family accounts (even if it is locked to your MT4/MT5 account number), create investment portfolios of many MT4/MT5 accounts, remove risk of unregulated Forex brokers, turn losing trading strategy into a winner and become an independent account manager immediately without the need to sign any contracts or opening expensive PAMM accounts with the broker.

Frequently Questions

Yes. Although you cannot be logged in to multiple accounts from one instance of MetaTrader 4, you can open several instances (separate MetaTrader 4 instances running at the same time on your computer) and log in to different accounts accordingly.
Yes. As long as you have the correct login details, you can login to the platform from any computer, provided your connection settings are correct and the connection is not being blocked by a firewall or your Internet Service Provider.
No, you cannot change the time offset on the MetaTrader 4 platform. The platform time is GMT +2, although during US Daylight Savings Time the platform changes to GMT +3 to stay 1 in line with the 5pm New York market close.
The trading history can be seen by clicking on the “Account History” tab in the ‘Terminal’, at the lower part of your MetaTrader 4 platform. You can also modify your view timeframes and access reporting features by right clicking on any row in your account history view.
Open positions will not be closed until an existing stop loss, take profit or stop out level is reached. Existing limit orders will still be filled if the entry rate is met. Please note for Trailing Stop orders your MetaTrader 4 platform must be open and logged in.
Forex trading (also commonly known as Foreign Exchange, currency or FX trading) is a global market for trading one country’s currency in exchange for another country’s currency. It serves as the backbone of international trade and investment: imports and exports of goods and services; financial transactions by governments, economic institutions or individuals; global tourism and travel – all these require the use of capital in the form of swapping one currency for a certain amount of another currency. When trading Forex CFDs, you are essentially speculating on the price changes in their exchange rate. For example, in the EUR/USD pair the value of one Euro (EUR) is determined in comparison to the US dollar (USD), and in the GBP/JPY pair the value of one British pound sterling (GBP) is quoted against the Japanese yen (JPY). If you think the exchange rate will rise you can open a ‘Buy’ position. Conversely, if you think the exchange rate will fall you can open a ‘Sell’ position.
Foreign Exchange trading has a number of risks that you should be aware of before opening a position. These include:
  • 1. Risks related to leverage – in volatile market conditions, leveraged trading can result in greater losses (as well as greater capital gains).
  • 2. Risks related to the issuing country – the political and economic stability of a country can affect its currency strength. In general, currencies from major economies have greater liquidity and generally lower volatility than those of developing countries.
  • 3. Risks related to interest rates – countries’ interest rate policy has a major effect on their exchange rates. When a country raises or lowers interest rates, its currency will usually rise or fall as a result.
We offer risk management tools that can help you minimise your trading risks.
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