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MetaTrader 4

MetaTrader 4 is a free-of-charge program specially designed for online trading in the Forex market. The built-in technical indicators allow you to analyze securities' quotes, whilst the MQL4 network enables the development and usage of automated trading strategies.

Forex Trading & Mammoth VPS

Mammoth have a range of VPS available custom-built to help you start forex trading with MetaTrader 4.

Each VPS comes pre-installed with Windows 2003 and your broker's MetaTrader 4. During sign-up you can select from Alpari, Apex FX, AxiTrader, FP Markets, Pepperstone, Star Financial or Vantage FX.

You will also receive the Administrator login and full Remote Desktop access to your VPS, allowing you to install and configure any other software you like.

We have also pre-configured your VPS with an auto-loader so that if your VPS is rebooted or you accidentally log out, MetaTrader 4 will automatically start up again. This helps ensure that your trading software will be online and operating, no matter what.

Check out our inexpensive range of plans below, suitable for all traders from the novice to the seasoned professional:

Name Processor Memory Disk Data Platforms/EAs ‡ Cost †  
1 virtual CPU Up to 2
2 virtual CPUs Up to 4
2 virtual CPUs Up to 8
4 virtual CPUs Up to 16
4 virtual CPUs Up to 32

Displayed cost includes the monthly licensing fee for the operating system selected.

This is an estimate based on 256MB per EA. Depending on the specific EAs in use, your results may vary.


Why use a VPS?

  • Your trading software will run 24/7, even when your own computer is turned off.
  • Your Mammoth VPS has super-fast, always on internet access that far out-performs your home ADSL or cable internet.
  • Your VPS can be accessed from home, at work, or even while on vacation.
  • Your Mammoth VPS is pre-configured for your stock broker, ready to use straight out of the box.
  • Auto-loader is included with our systems, so you know that MetaTrader software is always running even if your VPS is rebooted.
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