About Wikitoro

What is Wikitoro?

Find out what Wikitoro is all about how you can use this website to learn more about eToro and improve your trading knowledge and experience!


* 68% of retail CFD accounts lose money

Wiki + eToro = Wikitoro!

Welcome to Wikitoro, the most detailed and updated wiki site for eToro traders. This website was founded by experienced eToro traders who share a common vision of promoting a supportive community for traders of all skill levels: beginner, intermediate and expert.

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Trading on the eToro app

How did it start?

The idea behind Wikitoro started from several professional traders who wanted to share their investment strategies and update their personal investment portfolios.

Then one trader started creating a detailed guide for beginners and thought:

Why not make it a full-blown guide so we can also encourage other traders or even those who are interested to trade but don't know how it works or where to start?

Here at Wikitoro, we want to improve the knowledge and wisdom of anyone who wants to trade. We aim to set a growing community for trading and social trading enthusiasts as well.

But please be reminded:
Wikitoro is NOT an official site of eToro. The primary goal of establishing this website is to provide a comprehensive wiki for existing traders and also for those who are interested to use eToro's trading platform.

So go ahead!

Start exploring Wikitoro and utilize all the information that you can find here to your trading advantage! All information that have been created and shared here are aimed to guide you into becoming a more informed (and better) trader.


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