Linux Mint 17 (64-bit)
Multiple Expert Advisors runnin on different MT4 instances in the same CrossOver bottle (Windows XP)
The features or MQL4 programming language ARE NOT fully supported. ( https://docs.mql4.com/ )
MetaTrader 4 is a forex charting software used by many online Forex brokers. In order to trade in the financial market, you need a program that allows you to analyze quotes, make trades and develop strategies. You also need to control trading accounts by using some kind of mobile device. All, which can be handled by MetaTrader 4.
MetaTrader 4 is a platform for trading Forex, analyzing financial markets and using Expert Advisors.Mobile trading, Trading Signals and the Market are the integral parts of MetaTrader 4 that enhance your Forex trading experience.
Millions of traders with a wide range of needs choose MetaTrader 4 to trade in the market. The platform offers ample of opportunities to traders of all skill levels: advanced technical analysis, flexible trading system, algorithmic trading and Expert Advisors, as well as mobile trading applications.
Signals and Market additional services extend MetaTrader 4 frontiers. The Signals service allows you to copy trades of other traders, while the Market provides you with various Expert Advisors, indicators, financial magazines and books that you can buy.
First, download the free trial of CrossOver by clicking the Download Free Trial button above and get a 14-day, fully-functional trial of CrossOver. After you've downloaded CrossOver watch our tutorial video to the left to see how install MetaTrader 4 on Mac or Linux with CrossOver, or visit the CrossOver Mac and CrossOver Linux walkthroughs for specific steps. Once you have CrossOver installed and running you can come back to this page and click the Step 2 button, or follow the manual installation guide, to begin installing Meta Trader 4.
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