Revolutionary Forex Autopilot Plugin Maximizes Trader Profitability

Providence, Utah (PressExposure) January 19, 2012 -- The developers of Track'N Trade have just released a revolutionary plugin that allows traders with no programming experience to design and create their own automated trading systems. All it takes is a few clicks in a user-friendly interface and any trader can be up and running in no time.

The Autopilot plugin has been designed to make it as easy as possible for the individual trader to create an automated trading system, no matter how simple or complex their strategy is. Thus, traders have a wide range of tools to choose from allowing them to modify and change their strategy at will and the possibility of multiple entry and exit strategies means there will be many more trading opportunities.

It also doesn't hurt that the whole system runs on Autopilot, meaning the individual trader isn't forced to sit in front of their computer around the clock, trying to identify trading opportunities. The software does all the work, identifying opportunities, entering and exiting the market according to the conditions of the trading strategy. Thus, this is not only a mechanical buy and sell system that simply listens to a trading alert but a complete methodology allowing traders to create advanced strategies and then relax as the software does all the work of implementing and managing trades.

Track'N Trade is a popular trading platform that was developed for the individual trader. Thus, it combines a wide range of tools and resources in one platform to make the trader's life easier. Additionally, plenty of training is also available for novice traders as well as a demo account, allowing them to get a feel for the market and what trading in real market conditions involves.

Track'N Trade with the Autopilot plugin is available as a 14 day free trial and is available at, where more information is also available.

About Track N Trade


Lan Turner
271 N. Springcreek Parkway,
Suite A Providence
United States

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Press Release Submitted On: January 18, 2012 at 11:23 pm
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