Trading Platforms
What trading platforms are you using?
I am using for my trades something which is already listed here for example along with some other things as MetaTrader 5 and that's really it, I do not know what to do with.
I think that MetaTrader 4 and 5 are the most used trading platforms. They are popular because they provide a lot of functionalities and allow some own programming. I find it very user friendly. There are also some other platforms that are equally good, but they come with much higher price
Like many people advised I am using Metatrader, I am trying to do something with 5 version of it cause currently it's only version 4 and that's it. See very good link for all modern platforms out there done with ease -
Please clarify what do you mean by that really ? I am plan to use MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5, maybe their pro versions or something like that. Is that what you mean or you wanted to ask which brokers maybe ? I prefer only regulated ones and what about you ?
I use MT5, it has many advantages SmileIn MT5, the number of time intervals has been significantly increased. They became twice as many as in the previous version. The ability to open an order in one click, in addition, the size of the spread and the swap for the selected currency pair are indicated. In MetaTrader 5, much more additional information is available on the volume of transactions, established stops, commissions, etc.In the fifth version, it became possible to add Elliot waves to the chart. It is possible to drag stop loss or take profit with the mouse in the chart window. I had to spend a little time to get out of the terminal, but it was worth it.
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