MetaTrader 5

MetaTrader 5 (MT5) is a popular trading platform developed by MetaQuotes. It is a highly customisable platform used by thousands of traders. MT5’s powerful system can be used to implement strategies of any complexity.

MT5 Benefits & features

Traders can analyse financial markets, perform advanced trading operations, run trading robots (Expert Advisors) and copy deals of other traders.

Suits all experience levels

M54 is designed for Forex, making it a great all in one tool for everything you need to trade. Join an online community with thousands of resources available.

Precise execution

Powerful trading system with support for 3 execution modes and 8 order types. With the functionality of MT5 you can implement strategies of any complexity.

Social trading

Automatically copy the deals performed by other traders in real-time. Find thousands of free and paid signals providers on MT5.

Algorithmic trading

Implement strategies with an expert adviser so it automatically places the trade for you. MT5 robots can be used to control trading and analytics to free you from routine market analysis.

Technical analysis

50+ analytical tools + unlimited number of charts. Each symbol can be viewed in 9 timeframes combined with technical indicators to see price dynamics in detail.

Security and convenience

Data exchange between the client terminal and the platform servers is encrypted. New users only need a few minutes to get started with the platform.

Trade Forex on Mt5

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It’s free to register a new account, it can take less than five minutes to set up and there’s no obligation to fund. EFX will send you a short guide on how to access MT5, configure your trading account and trade forex on a live exchange.


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