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Maybe you’re looking to go long or maybe you are playing the market short. Maybe your pairing currency against one another (for the sake of context, the U.S. dollar vs. the Japanese Yen). Whatever your trade for the day or week and regardless of how much money you are currently day trading with, you are going to need an avenue in which to conduct your trading activities. More to the point, you are going to need a virtual platform which allows you to use any trading app you choose, scale your resources if need be, operate with sub-microsecond latency to major financial markets and trade from anywhere in the world with confidence and security.

With this in mind, we want to introduce you to Solar VPS SolarSystem Windows VPS SolarSystem Windows VPS and SolarSystem Linux VPS. As noted on the site, SolarSystem Windows and Linux VPS Pods are highly scalable (see the six packages included), highly affordable and have the ability to keep you connected to your Forex trading life regardless of your location in the world. Due to this, below are five great reasons why you should invest your Forex trading needs with Solar VPS SolarSystem Windows or Linux VPS Pods.

1. Location, Location, Location

When it comes to Forex Trading, everyone knows time makes all the difference. One second too late, the market shifts. One second too early, the market isn’t ready for your trade. In Forex Trading, timing is everything. Due to this, Solar VPS allows you the ability to provision your VPS Forex accounts from one of four different locations within the United States. Those locations are Los Angeles, CA, Dallas, TX, Miami, FL and most important, New York City, NY. Having your Forex VPS provisioned in New York City means you have sub-microsecond access to the major financial markets of the world. It means you don’t have to worry about latency or lag when placing trades. Most importantly this means you have the ability to interact with the market before your competition on the other side of the world does.

2. Global Connectivity

VPS Forex Trading Allows for Mobility

The nature of Forex Trading is that of someone on the go. Forex Trading is great because you have the ability to trade from your smartphone, your laptop, your tablet or your home computer. Whatever avenue you choose to utilize for your Forex Trading account, Solar VPS gives you the ability to access your Forex VPS from anywhere in the world. With our Cloud VPS solutions, you can access your VPS Forex account regardless of if you are on the train going home from work or if you are halfway around the world on a business trip. Solar VPS means global connectivity to your VPS Forex server.

3. Freedom in Applications

Freedom in applications. Here is the thing, like the type of skittles you love, every Forex trader has their trading application of choice. For some that application might be ForexTrader or TradeWindowsFX. For others that application might be CitiFX or MetaTrafer. Whatever your Forex trading application of choice, Solar VPS allows all of them on our network. As long as the trading application doesn’t infringe upon the Solar VPS Acceptable Use of Policy and Terms, you can use any Forex Trading account you please. Use the app of your choice. We won’t stop you.

4. Always Up

They say showing up is half the battle. Well, while Solar VPS is not in the business of providing you with Forex Trading tips or ideas on how to go long, we can promise you with our 100% uptime guarantee, you will show up to the dance. With 100% uptime, you can be sure you will never miss a trade. Another important aspect to note here: all Cloud hosting providers, at some point in time, need to conduct regular network maintenance which will bring customer solutions down for a certain period of time. While we count ourselves in that lot, we can promise you Solar VPS conducts all of our major scheduled maintenance on the weekends to avoid any significant customer solution impact. This means, as a VPS Forex Trader, we will never bring your VPS down during trading hours.

5. Tailored Built VPS Packages

Listen, we know you need a reliable VPS solution to conduct your Forex Trading needs. We also know the last thing you want to deal with is custom building that VPS solution. As a day trader, we understand you could care less about Cloud resources like RAM, Bandwidth, CPU Cores and Bandwidth. Due to this, for both our Windows and Linux VPS solutions, we have already built six plans which can handle the largest Forex trading account you can muster. So forget about dealing with the technical aspects of building your server. With Solar VPS, it’s all about trading.

 

So there you have it. Excellent locations. Global connectivity. Freedom in applications. 100% VPS Uptime. Pre-built VPS Forex Trading Packages. To launch your Solar VPS SolarSystem Forex VPS, enter the Solar VPS SolarSystem Store.

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