Plus500 UK Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 509909). While US-based traders aren’t allowed to open Plus500 accounts, traders in Europe, Asia, and Australia can enjoy the myriad of perks this broker offers. For starters, the minimum deposit for Plus500 is $100, which is lower than what other regulated brokers require. They offer a decent 300:1 leverage that can be used to trade 50 currency pairs including EUR/USD and USD/JPY. 

Where do we start! There are NUMEROUS differences between the older FAPT1 series and our latest FapTurbo™ 3.0 series. While our FAPT1 series was primarily a Scalper, our FapTurbo3.x includes FOUR different types of strategies you can trade with: the Medium-Term Strategy (MTS) + Flash 3.0 + our legacy Scalper & original ForexAutoPilot Long-Term strategies! Besides that, FAPT3.0 has serevral improvements over the original FAPT1 series, plus you can easily install it on your MyfxChoice Mt4! Plug and play solution. Real no brainer!


You are right about the semi-automated robots that help the traders manage their positions, move the stop loss and target, hide the stop loss and target from the broker and… . They are good. In the above article I am talking about the fully automated robots that are sold over the internet. They make the novice traders lose money and get disappointed on trading.
When you sign up with a broker, your money is gone the instant you send it in. What I mean is, if you try to take it out you have to supply them with your entire identity with card numbers, photos, addresses, etc. And, to make things worse, if you accept their “bonus” money that gets added to your account, you have to reach a certain trading volume before you can withdraw anything. So, if you deposited $500 and you get a $120 bonus, this comes to (500+120) x 20 = $12,400 before you can withdraw even one penny. With the results below, that will never happen.
The best Forex charting software usually makes it possible for the traders to be able to trade through the charts they have provided. This comes in handy when the trader studies the charts and applies the findings of the study into trading. One more thing to be considered is the availability of historical data through the software. The best Forex charting software should be able to provide the trader with data on historical rates for easy planning and predictions. 

If you explain and edit your post as to why trading view is not ideal for you then you would get better answers here. Most traders would find tradingview very ideal to trade on as it provides standard functionalities such as stoploss, t/p, buy and sell orders.. The specific functions you mentioned in your earlier reply I'm sure exist but aren't really widely used by a lot of traders and are definitely not available in all trading platforms. List the functions you are seeking to manage trades (in your original post) so someone can help you.
Once the rules are programmed in, automated systems can monitor the markets, deciding whether to buy and sell based on the specific day trading strategy rules you’ve opted for. Although dependant on your specifications, once a trade is entered, orders for protective stop losses, trailing stops and profit targets will all be automatically generated by your day trading algorithms.
There are of course other countless platforms in the foreign exchange industry that are not included in our Best FX Platforms Guide. XTB OpenHub, Tradeable, Trading212 platform, Oanda fxTrade, Sirix WebTrader, eToro Openbook and many many more. These platforms are not reviewed in this article because they neither make an important on the fx trading industry now, nor they are expected to make any in 2018.
Edit: I am aware Tradingview is great for back testing and analysis - I have just found there are restrictions when it comes to more advanced trade management aspects and trade entry speed, etc. As mentioned - I have used Ninjatrader, I like the platform and it does everything I want it to do. My main issue is the limited amount of brokers supporting it and lack of mobile support. Would MT4 be a better option? Is it worth my time learning the platform?

If you have lasted this far I guess you are still interested in the possibility of using forex robots. In that case, you may wish to consider the list below under the link to Automated Forex Trading Software. Please note that the usual disclaimer applies to these recommendations: Do Your Own Research and remember that past performance is no guarantee of future results:

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