MQL5 Signals

MetaQuotes, the brains behind the wildly popular MetaTrader 4 & 5 platforms, provides a unique service called Trading Signals which allows clients to shadow the trades of seasoned trading veterans (Signal Providers).
  • Powerful Signal Service built right into your HilltopSwipe MT4 platform
  • No third-party software to install
  • Designed for those new to Forex. No trading experience needed. Earn from Day 1
  • Signals work well alongside other EAs or your own manual trading strategy
  • Expert Signals are copied to your MT4 platform automatically
  • Growing base of reliable Signal Providers

Signing up for Trading Signals

  • Open a profile
  • Deposit funds (necessary if you want fee-based signals)
  • Open a live or demo trading account with us
  • Open your MT4 platform, go to Tools, select Options and enter your account login and password under the Community tab
  • Select a suitable signal and subscribe to it. The moment of subscription will be set as the start date and the duration will be set for one month
  • Once you have subscribed to a signal provider, you will be asked to specify the parameters. Do so and click OK. You are now all set
  • From this point, all trades made by the selected Signal Provider will be automatically copied to your account

Important Information:

  • Please note that a trading account can only be subscribed to one Signal Provider at a time. However, an profile may have several subscriptions attached to it from the same or other brokers
  • Subscribers for fee-based signals pay a flat-fee once a month or once a week, depending on their preferences. No other fees or charges are involved
  • The purse is used to subscribe to fee-based signals. You can top up your purse via PayPal, WebMoney or bank cards
  • One of the distinguishing features of the new service is that Providers and Subscribers do not need to have their accounts on the same trading server. However, the best execution speed can only be achieved if both are on the same server
  • Sophisticated cloud architecture minimises the time lag between the provider and the subscriber’s account.