HOW TO BE A SIGNAL PROVIDER
1. Open an account on mql5.com if you do not have it yet.
All fields are filled out using Latin characters. Signals Providers should specify their first and last names, place of residence (country, state, city/town, address), postal code and mobile phone number, so that we can contact them.
Besides, legal entities should attach a scanned copy of their certificate of registration, while individuals should attach a scanned copy of their passport, driving license or identity card (ID). This should be done to identify and protect them against frauds. MetaQuotes Software Corp. keeps all personal data strictly confidential.
Then the trader’s application for registration as a Seller will be processed by the Moderator.
4. After the trader’s registration is approved, he or she will receive the following SMS message “You have been successfully approved as Seller on MQL5.com” and the following personal message on MQL5.com: “Seller’s Profile: your application for registration as a seller has been confirmed”.
5. Enter Signals and click “Create your own signal”.
6. Fill in the form specifying basic information about the new signal in the new window (signal and broker names, subscription fee, trading account’s login and investor password). All information about the signal should be specified in Latin characters.
The basic subscription price is set per one month. Users can subscribe to signals for a month or for a week. In the second case, the cost of subscription is set equal to one fourth of the month.
After completing all these stages, the signal should pass a one-month test period. To complete it successfully, a Signals Providers should perform at least 5 trades within a specified period without his or her trading account’s drawdown exceeding 70%. If the signal complies with these conditions within a test period, it will become available for subscription.
Please ensure that you have read and agree to all mql5 terms.
Rules of Using the Signals Service (http://www.mql5.com/en/signals/rules)
MQL5.com Signals Service Distribution Agreement (http://www.mql5.com/en/signals/terms/provider)