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Hi, I have downloaded and installed the metatrader 4 from IG (link sent from IG help desk), I am able to log in my paid account and the metaquotes community in metatrader 4. However, I don't see the signals tab from the application, so that I can buy and use signal for automatic trading. Also when I hit copy trade from metaquotes website, it fires up metatrader but nothing happens.

 

Please help. I am on Windows 7 ultimate.

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Hi  -  I thought I would step in here. 

 

I am afraid we don't offer this with IG. We have disabled it to be forwardly compliant and out of duty of care to our clients as a lot of the stats can not be verified and there is no due diligence done on the traders on there. I am afraid with the IG MT4 offering we will never see them and I expect any decent broker will be doing the same in the future. Effectively it's all too easy to manipulate these figures which may make the results seem better than they actually are.

 

Sorry for the bad news but it’s for the right reasons. Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

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Guest san

Hi is there a possibility to add signals if the user signs a disclaimer? 

Thanks 

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Guest Saki Cabdiraxman

What if dont but stop loss or take a profite in the order? 

Does that make my signal issue?

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On 31/01/2019 at 19:24, Guest san said:

Hi is there a possibility to add signals if the user signs a disclaimer? 

Thanks 

Unfortunately this isn't possible, but thanks for the question.

2 hours ago, Guest Saki Cabdiraxman said:

What if dont but stop loss or take a profite in the order? 

Does that make my signal issue?

You should still be able to use stops and limits on MT4. 

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