Trading Signals Have Been Introduced in MetaTrader 4 Client Terminal


10 November 2012

Trading signals have been introduced in MetaTrader 4 client terminal beginning from build 445. Update your terminal to be able to subscribe to signals from various providers. Their trading operations will be automatically copied on your account.

Trading Signals Have Been Introduced in MetaTrader 4 Client Terminal

Currently, traders can subscribe only to free signals that do not pass any tests and do not promise any profit. Paid signals should pass the test period of one month and show good results.

We already have several registered providers who are ready to offer their signals for a fee. You can find information about them on website. However, they are not open for subscription, as their test period is not complete yet. You will be able to subscribe to their signals right upon its completion. Until then, you may try free signals. Read the article "How to Subscribe to Trading Signals" to find out the details about subscription.

You can also become a Signals Provider and make additional profit. It's quite simple. You should register on as a Provider, specifying your trading account and subscription fee. Everything else will be done without your intervention. We have already solved the issues of testing your trading activity and arranging relations with your Subscribers. If your trading activity is profitable by the end of the test period, your signal will become available for subscription and will bring you profit.

An important advantage of the MetaTrader 4 trading signals is direct interaction with end users. Information about your signal will be available in all trading terminals and each MetaTrader 4 user can become your client. Find out about more advantages in another article.

The Signals service has already been tested in MetaTrader 5. We are currently working on the enhanced version of the service to provide traders with even more features.

In the meantime, use trading signals and make profit as a Subscriber or a Provider!