Admiral Markets Launches MetaTrader5 Demo Server! 2010.01.12
Admiral Markets AS is delighted to announce the launch of the first MetaTrader5 server in the European Union!
MetaTrader5 is the fifth generation of the trading platform produced by a worldwide leader in the financial software development sector, MetaQuotes Software Corp.
The new platform combines an advanced set of new features, such as 'Market Depth' support and direct gateways to world's stock exchanges and ECN systems, with traditional Foreign Exchange, Futures and CFD trading functionality.
For automated traders, MetaTrader5 offers the new generation of the MQL programming language - MQL5, with new amazing capabilities that are beyond any description!
Additionally, MetaTrader5 offers more types of orders and execution supported and dislpays all your market exposure in an aggregated view.
Not to mention new technical analysis tools and the charting engine that has been completely rewritten!
Moreover, the platform's inner structure has been drastically improved, which brings its performance and redundancy to the brand new level.
You are welcome to master your trading skills on Admiral Markets MT5 demo-server!
In order to download the platform, please follow this link:
MetaTrader5 Admiral Markets AS Installation File [7.6 Mb]
If you already have the MT5 beta version from MetaQuotes, you can connect to our server using the below address and port:
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries, comments, bug reports or any other feedback by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Please note that specific antivirus software from some developers (AVG, F-Secure) may report terminal.exe executable of MetaTrader 5 as infected. In fact, there is no any malicious code contained in the file, however your antivirus software may treat MT5 data encoding and protection algorithms as signs of virus activity. The majority of popular antivirus software products with more advanced scanning methods confirm that MetaTrader 5 files are clear from viruses, as can be seen from the results of complex analysis.