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Video tutorial: MetaTrader Signals Service

29 November 2013, 09:42
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Trading Signals - it's a convenient and easy-to-use service for traders. We have already published several articles in the past, explaining how to subscribe to copy trades from more experienced traders and how to become a signal provider in our service. Due to the growing demand from trading community, in addition to the previously published text materials, we have also decided to publish a video tutorial.

In just 15 minutes, this video tutorial explains what MetaTrader Signals Service is, and demonstrates in great detail how to subscribe to trade signals and how to become a signal provider in our service. By watching this tutorial, you will be able to subscribe to any trading signal, or publish and promote your own signals in our service.


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downofpower
downofpower | 13 Aug 2015 at 20:48
bobbylia0306:

if i allready subscribe a signal....should i always open the metatrader all time on my pc and never shut down the pc?

 

please reply ASAP 

pls someone answer this guy because I have the same question should I keep metatrader open while we are copying someone signals or we can turn it off ?
tomonghuynh1980
tomonghuynh1980 | 31 Oct 2015 at 14:06
yes, you have to open your pc every time, the best choice you can open MT4 on VPS , you should choose VPS Vultr.com ( just 5$/ one month)
Dion Ripp
Dion Ripp | 13 Nov 2015 at 06:47

this video is so garbled its un watchable been looking at every you tube video just trying to get a signal the English guy talks in such a round about way was pulling my hair out worse than listening to Hillary it should not be so hard been trying for more that 2 hrs now just to get a signal and still cant do it yet jeez they make like on the 1st video you get its going to be so easy just a few click aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh  2 hrs and no fricking signal yet

Dion Ripp
Dion Ripp | 13 Nov 2015 at 06:49
lol I asked that same question and they did not answer
Stuart Browne
Stuart Browne | 13 Nov 2015 at 10:53
Dion Ripp:
lol I asked that same question and they did not answer
Not trying to be an a$$ but probably nobody replied because the same question gets asked on a very regular basis and people are sick of answering it.
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