Download MetaTrader 5

Discussion of article "Trading Signals in MetaTrader 5: A Better Alternative to PAMM Accounts!"

To add comments, please log in or register
MetaQuotes Software Corp.
Moderator
189398
MetaQuotes Software Corp.  

New article Trading Signals in MetaTrader 5: A Better Alternative to PAMM Accounts! is published:

We are pleased to announce that MetaTrader 5 now features Trading Signals, thus giving a powerful tool to investors and managers. While you are following the trades of a successful trader, the terminal will be automatically reproducing them in your account!

The MetaTrader 5 terminal is continuously evolving as new functions and options are added. And Trading Signals represent yet another important feature offered to traders. The standard function allowing to automatically copy trades of another trader is now available to all MetaTrader 5 users. This is a ready-made simpler solution for those who are used to investing in others or managing someone else's funds.

The use of the Trading Signals in MetaTrader 5 is made as simple as possible. In addition, the paperwork required to document relations between investor and manager is eliminated altogether and all risks are minimized. There are virtually no settings as such and signals from your signals supplier are handled automatically.

It takes only four simple steps to start using the MetaTrader 5 trading signals. These steps are described in the article "Trading Signals in MetaTrader 5: A Better Alternative to PAMM Accounts!"



Author: MetaQuotes

Jinsong Zhang
17201
Jinsong Zhang  
hi, i found  KolomboID1 Work1 in the forum but can't find it in terminal.
Peter Atkinson-Crawford
4699
Peter Atkinson-Crawford  

I would like to see an option for the signal subscriber to set their lot sizing to either "auto" or "manual".

A subscriber may wish to maintain more conservative (or aggressive) settings, rather than their balance dictating their lot sizing. 

Moses Olawale  Ajayi
2405
Moses Olawale Ajayi  
BP33:

I would like to see an option for the signal subscriber to set their lot sizing to either "auto" or "manual".

A subscriber may wish to maintain more conservative (or aggressive) settings, rather than their balance dictating their lot sizing. 


Moses Olawale  Ajayi
2405
Moses Olawale Ajayi  

I just want to ask if i can try the mql5.com trading signal on demo account before subscribing to the  signal.

Thanks


To add comments, please log in or register