Bright ideas will always depend on flawless execution! Beetoom’s team of developers and engineers succeeded in creating what we believe to be the finest WEB Based Social Trading platform at one’s disposal. It simply provides the perfect puzzle that traders need in order to make a decision!
Forget about old platforms where you are all alone in front of a Chart with no idea whether to press BUY or SELL. Trading is all about strategy, timing and finding valuable data. With Beetoom you will get the complete picture: see what are others doing in terms of trading, the latest news, the public analyses and so much more. All of this in real time!
Beetoom offers a full palette of Derivative Contracts, bilateral commercial agreements concluded between Users and our Company.
Each product is based on various underlying assets, starting from energy market (natural gas, oil), agricultural market (wheat, corn), spot shares, stock market indices, and going to precious metals or currency pairs.
*Before dealing on any of our products, please carefully read the specifications of each product, as shown in the Platform.
An investment firm is said to be trading in MTCH capacity when it conducts matched principal trading. Matched Principal Trading is defined in Level 13 as “transaction where the facilitator interposes itself between the buyer and the seller to the transaction in such a way that it is never exposed to market risk throughout the execution of the transaction, with both sides executed simultaneously”.
Therefore, firms executing in MTCH capacity should not appear as the buyer or seller in the transaction reports to reflect that such trades have not resulted in any risk positions.
For purposes of transaction reporting, the client on whose behalf the transaction was undertaken should be reported in the buyer/seller field and the venue or counterparty (e.g. CCP of the exchange) should be indicated as the corresponding seller/buyer in the transaction.
Transaction reports will need to be submitted on a market fill basis.
A marketplace where assets (securities, commodities, etc) are traded.
The core function of MPXT is to ensure fair and orderly trading and the efficient dissemination of price information for any assets trading on that marketplace.
Assets exchange which operates in a decentralized way, i.e., without a central authority. Decentralized exchanges (DEX) allow peer-to-peer trading of the assets.
A marketplace where CFDs are matched principal traded.