What is MetaTrader Web Terminal?
In the web terminal, you can analyze quotes of financial instruments, perform trading operations and view trading history. Pending orders, One Click Trading in the Market Depth, 30 technical indicators and 24 graphical objects — all main features of the popular MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 desktop platforms are available from a browser. The web terminal is fully compatible with the entire MetaTrader ecosystem. The application is secure since all transmitted data is heavily encrypted. The plugin can be installed only on HTTPS websites.
Web trading features
- Trading from any browser and compatibility with any operating system
- Reliable data protection
- One Click Trading
- 30 indicators for technical analysis
- Real-time quotes in Market Watch
- History of trading operations
- Graphical objects
- All types of trading operations
- 9 timeframes
Dieses Plugin unterstützt 1 Block.
- MetaTrader Web Terminal
To install the plugin, please follow these steps:
- Upload plugin files to the directory
- Activate the plugin in the ‚Plugins‘ section of the WordPress console
Is it free?
What MetaTrader versions are supported by the web terminal plugin?
MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5
Is it safe for web terminal users?
The website the plugin is located at has no access to the platform data, including information entered during login and demo account opening. User data are securely protected and cannot be accessed even by the owner of the website the web terminal is used on.
Can the plugin be installed on HTTP websites?
No, the plugin works only on HTTPS websites for security reasons.
Not a broker
MetaQuotes Software Corp. is a software development company and does not provide or offers any kind of financial, investment, brokerage, trading and data feed services in any local or international currency, stock market or exchange. End-User License Agreement
Mitwirkende & Entwickler
„MetaTrader Web Terminal“ ist Open-Source-Software. Folgende Menschen haben an diesem Plugin mitgewirkt:Mitwirkende
Interessiert an der Entwicklung?
- Initial version