How to Access FXTRADING.com MT4 WebTrader
MetaTrader 4 (also known as MT4) is a widely used electronic trading platform for online retail foreign exchange trading. Developed by the Russian software company MetaQuotes Software Corp, it is currently licensing the MT4 software to almost 500 brokers and banks worldwide. Released in 2005, the MT4 trading software became extremely popular with retail forex traders for its easy to use features and the ability to facilitate automated trading, and allowing users to write their own trading scripts and trading robots (commonly known as expert advisors).
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You gain full access to the same markets available within the desktop edition, including forex, indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies and share market CFDs.
Click the link to open Web Trader when you sign up for a live account or free demo, then input your user login and password. You can also bookmark that link in your browser for future use.
If you hold your position overnight on a Wednesday, you may have to pay or receive triple interest. In line with international banking practices, foreign exchange transactions are settled two trading days later, so overnight interest is calculated for the settlement date. Therefore, three days of interest is calculated on Wednesday at market close to account for the markets being closed for two days over the weekend.
If you cannot see all the currency pairs, just right-click in the quotation window and select "Show All".
Interest can be seen directly within the MT4 platform. Right-click in the quotation window and select "specification" for your chosen market and the contract specification window will pop up. Interest can be seen under “Swap long” and “Swap short”.