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MB Trading FX’s free Demo environment is a great way to learn our award-winning MetaTrader 4 with EXN (Electronic Xrossing Network) technology before placing your first trade. New traders can use the Demo environment to learn the ins and outs of MB Trading FX’s EXN Spread or EXN Limits platforms and teach themselves how to trade. Experienced traders can pin down strategies and test their expert advisers in a demo environment before going live. Here are some of the features and advantages of MB Trading FX’s demo environment:
Learn to use MB Trading FX’s non-deal desk version of the popular MetaTrader4 platform. Run multiple charts, auto-trade with Expert Advisors, and make use of more than a hundred built-in customizable indicators. MB Trading FX’s MetaTrader 4 Demo environment uses real-time quotes from our live platform, however, customer limit orders in the Demo environment only interact with other Demo users. The Demo environment is designed to replicate as closely as possible the Live environment, but there is no way to guarantee the accuracy of the executions versus the live environment as no real execution occurs. MetaTrader 4 demo accounts do not expire.
You can no longer create a MetaTrader 4 Demo account through the MetaTrader 4 software, as we have many options for base currencies that you can choose from. Instead, you must create a demo account through the Universal Account Creation process or, if you already have a Universal Login with us, through the Client Secure Area of the website. If you have not created a Universal Login, begin the process HERE. To see more instructions, go HERE.
You may download the MetaTrader 4 software here. Your login is the account number that was assigned to you when you registered for the Demo account on-line (you can always view your Demo account numbers by logging into our website). Your MetaTrader master password is the same password that you created when you created your MBT Universal Account login password. If you wish to reset it or are having difficulties, please contact MetaTrader support via our Contact page.