Trading is risky and your entire investment is at risk.

How it works

Social Trading is a new way for retail traders/investors to access the financial markets. Social Trading connects traders/investors from all over the world into a network/platform which shares their views and real-time trades, thus, traders/investors can use this information to make “social” rather than fundamental or technical trading decisions. As a trader/investor you can either use this “social” information to make your own trading decisions (i.e. self-trade) or decide to automatically copy or contra-copy one or more traders.

Choose a Provider

From the list of Providers, choose the one which suits you best. Use our smart search facility to make the best choice.

Evaluate trading statistics

By clicking a Provider check his detailed trading statistics to decide if you really want to copy him.


If you like the trading style of the Provider, choose the volume convenient for your Account and copy him. From this moment every trade of the Provider on a given instrument will also be executed on your Account.


If you believe everybody lose on the forex market, select the Providers which lose the most and Contra-Copy them. From this moment every trade of the Provider on a given instrument will be executed on your Account in an opposite direction.

The contra-copy feature of xSocial allows you to earn when others lose.

Platform Tutorial

You have full controlover your investment

You can:

  • manually close all or chosen trades;
  • set a stop loss and take profit;
  • change the Provider’s settings or stop following;
  • also set maximum loss you accept for the Provider.
Trading in CFDs is risky and it is possible that you lose your entire investment. Moreover, trading with xSocial by copying/contra-copying the trades of other traders involves a high level of risks, even when copying/contra-copying the top-performing traders/worst-performing traders. Such risks include the risk that you may be following/copying/contra-copying the trading decisions of possibly inexperienced/unprofessional traders or traders whose ultimate purpose or intention, or financial status may differ from yours. Past performance of xSocial Provider is not a reliable indicator of his future performance. Read more