How to Become a Signals Provider for MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5

21 November 2012, 10:10
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Do you want to offer your trading signals and make profit? Register on MQL5.com website as a Seller and specify your trading account to offer your signals to traders. Keep in mind that you can create only one signal for one trading account.

The entire market of MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 users is at your fingertips. You will receive direct access to your potential subscribers.

How to Become a Signals Provider for MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5


Do you show good trading results? Join MQL5.community and start selling your signals. The solution is simple and efforts are minimized.

Below are step-by-step instructions on "How to become a Signals Provider":

  1. Open an account on mql5.com if you do not have it yet.

  2. Open Seller tab of your Profile and register as a Seller by filling in all data in the registration form.




    Registration as a Seller


    Please note that all fields are filled out in English! You should specify your first and last names, place of residence (country, state, city/town, address), postal code and mobile phone number, so that we can contact you.

    Besides, legal entities should attach a scanned copy of their certificate of registration, while individuals should attach a scanned copy of their passport, driving license or identity card (ID). This should be done to identify you and protect against frauds. We keep your data strictly confidential.


    Filling in all fields in the registration form

    Check "I agree with rules of the Market and Signals services" option and click "Register".
    After that, you will need to receive SMS confirmation. To do that, click "Send SMS". This SMS is free. 


    Receiving SMS notification



  3. After clicking the button, you will receive SMS notification with a code.





    Enter the code in the new window and click "Confirm".



    Enter the code


    Then your application for registration as a Seller will be processed by the Moderator.


    The application is being processed by the moderator



  4. After your registration is approved, you will receive the following SMS message «You have been successfully approved as Seller on MQL5.com» and the following personal message on MQL5.com: «Seller's Profile: your application for registration as a seller has been confirmed».


    The application has been approved



  5. Enter Signals and click "Create your own signal".

  6. Fill in the form specifying basic information about the new signal in the new window (signal and broker names, subscription fee, your trading account's login and investor password). All data on your signal should be specified in Latin characters.

    The basic subscription price is set per one month.

Specifying data on the signal

After completing all these stages, your signal will become available for subscription.

Please note that the entire trading history is requested from your account, at which trading operations are to be tracked, in case a new signal is successfully created. The requested information will be used to display statistical data to all visitors of the Signals service.

As you can see, everything is quite simple. Register as a Seller, send your identification details and offer your signal for subscription. When all is done, you will become a Signals Provider. Lots of traders using MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 will be able to subscribe to your signal. 


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Translated from Russian by MetaQuotes Software Corp.
Original article: https://www.mql5.com/ru/articles/591

Last comments | Go to discussion (133)
Patrique Piree
Patrique Piree | 8 Oct 2018 at 08:49
Eleni Anna Branou:

Enough with your irony, is that a question?

"A Virtual Host is a VPS of MetaQorps"

If you don’t understand my intented question, wich you don’t, I will no longer respond to your replies if they aren’t intended to help or to understand the question because you willn’t understand either.
Marco vd Heijden
Marco vd Heijden | 8 Oct 2018 at 09:02
Patrique Piree:
If you don’t understand my intented question, wich you don’t, I will no longer respond to your replies if they aren’t intended to help or to understand the question because you willn’t understand either.

You don't understand the answer given by @Eleni Anna Branou

The answer was perfectly correct, you do not send out signals from your terminal, in stead your trading account is monitored by the signals system, and all trades are duplicated to your subscribers.

In that respect it does not matter where your terminal runs, if a trade is opened on your account, anywhere, it will be picked up by the signals server and will be broadcast to all of your subscribers. 

Eleni Anna Branou
Eleni Anna Branou | 8 Oct 2018 at 09:09
Patrique Piree:
If you don’t understand my intented question, wich you don’t, I will no longer respond to your replies if they aren’t intended to help or to understand the question because you willn’t understand either.

Learn better english and how to put your questions and then come back and ask it again.

I wonder what did you ask the Service Desk and what did they replied to you?

Patrique Piree
Patrique Piree | 8 Oct 2018 at 09:37
Eleni Anna Branou:

Learn better english and how to put your questions and then come back and ask it again.

I wonder what did you ask the Service Desk and what did they replied to you?

My question was pretty clear, my english was pretty clear. Your answer however was not referring to what I asked. I only asked if it was possible to send signals using VPS of MetaTrader, while you thought I wanted to provide signals on mql5 or something like that. Don’t be a smart ass, because I asked the same question I did here and they answered with a simple “yes”, answering my question. Not opening a full discussion trying to be the worst person around in mql. I got my answer, please bother someone else with answers nobody asks for. I thank you for your trying. Now find yourself a suitable activity and lay this discussion to rest
Eleni Anna Branou
Eleni Anna Branou | 8 Oct 2018 at 09:57
Patrique Piree:
My question was pretty clear, my english was pretty clear. Your answer however was not referring to what I asked. I only asked if it was possible to send signals using VPS of MetaTrader, while you thought I wanted to provide signals on mql5 or something like that. Don’t be a smart ass, because I asked the same question I did here and they answered with a simple “yes”, answering my question. Not opening a full discussion trying to be the worst person around in mql. I got my answer, please bother someone else with answers nobody asks for. I thank you for your trying. Now find yourself a suitable activity and lay this discussion to rest

This attitude cannot be tolerated in this forum.

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