MQL5 signal subscription can now be moved to another broker/server!

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Eleni Anna Branou
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Eleni Anna Branou  

I just saw that MQL5 is now offering the option to move your signal subscription to another broker/server. This is really good news, that we were all asking for a long time and now is available at last.

So, if you find out that your broker/server is not suitable for copying your favourite signal, due to slippage or other reasons, you can go to: https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/subscriptions and click on the settings wheel, where you can find the move subscription option.

Many thanks to MQL5 technicians for making this possible!

 


Bruno Santiago
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Bruno Santiago  
Eleni Anna Branou:

I just saw that MQL5 is now offering the option to move your signal subscription to another broker/server. This is really good news, that we were all asking for a long time and now is available at last.

So, if you find out that your broker/server is not suitable for copying your favourite signal, due to slippage or other reasons, you can go to: https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/subscriptions and click on the settings wheel, where you can find the move subscription option.

Many thanks to MQL5 technicians for making this possible!

 


I noticed it seems unstable for no reason apparently. I have subscribed two signals, one of them I see this option but I don't see to the other.

Maybe there's a rule that we don't know, would be nice to have it explained.

Eleni Anna Branou
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Eleni Anna Branou  
Bruno Santiago:

I noticed it seems unstable for no reason apparently. I have subscribed two signals, one of them I see this option but I don't see to the other.

Maybe there's a rule that we don't know, would be nice to have it explained.


It must have something to do with how long you have been subscribed to a signal.

Maybe you can't move it right away and you do after a few days.

You can get a full refund if you unsubscribe within the first 24 hours anyway.

Abraham Balogun
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Abraham Balogun  
Eleni Anna Branou:

I just saw that MQL5 is now offering the option to move your signal subscription to another broker/server. This is really good news, that we were all asking for a long time and now is available at last.

So, if you find out that your broker/server is not suitable for copying your favourite signal, due to slippage or other reasons, you can go to: https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/subscriptions and click on the settings wheel, where you can find the move subscription option.

Many thanks to MQL5 technicians for making this possible!

 


Nice to know. Thanks

Bruno Santiago
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Bruno Santiago  
Abraham Balogun:

Nice to know. Thanks

@Eleni Anna Branou here's the answer to my problem and good news for everyone else:



Eleni Anna Branou
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Eleni Anna Branou  
Bruno Santiago:

@Eleni Anna Branou here's the answer to my problem and good news for everyone else:



OK, that explaines it, thank you for letting us know!

vivident
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vivident  
Please am just starting how do i find a broker. And how much can i use to start trading. Thanks
Eleni Anna Branou
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Eleni Anna Branou  
vivident:
Please am just starting how do i find a broker. And how much can i use to start trading. Thanks

The world is full of forex brokers, but we are not allowed to suggest one here.

You can start trading by as low as $10-$20 in order to see how it works.

There are many topics in this forum that explain your first steps, Sergey has a lot of info gathered for that purpose.

vivident
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vivident  
thanks a lot
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