How the Trading Automation Works

This is a step-by-step guide to help you understand how the trading automation with FIXTVIEW really works.

What to Do Before Joining Trading Automation?

Before ordering a software package:

  1. Open a hedging1 trading account with a broker of your choice. We suggest one of these:
  2. Transfer your chosen amount of money to your trading account.
  3. Terms & Conditions Apply! Please read before applying!

How to Join Trading Automation?

  1. Go to our services section to see all the available software packages and prices.
  2. Take a good look and if you have any questions, please write to us.
  3. Make your choice! Select the package that best meets your needs. Ensure that the amount you intend to use matches the starting portfolio of your chosen package. For instance, if you opt for the Mercury 250 GR1 package, your investment should range between 250 and 499 EUR, as indicated in the package description.
  4. Fill in the application and submit it.

What next?

  1. After submitting your application, please take a moment to relax. We will review your application and, if everything is in order, you will receive an invoice for the activation fee and the first monthly subscription fee, right after we have ended testing period of our software.
  2. Once you have paid the invoice, our software will be integrated with your trading account and activated.
  3. You can expect to receive monthly invoices for the subscription fee regularly on the first day of each month.
  4. That’s it! There’s nothing more you need to do. You don’t need to install any apps (like MetaTrader), although you may choose to if you want to track your progress. Additionally, you can monitor your progress on myfxbook.com using an anonymous link that we will provide you later.

Getting Your Money Back

Check out these instruction about our referral program. This helps you get trading automation even more profitable: https://fixtview.com/how-to-get-cashback/.


  1. This is important to note if you open an account in the US. Outside the US, all accounts are hedging accounts by default. ↩︎