MT5 for iPad

XM MT5 — 1 Platform, 6 Asset Classes

Built by MetaQuotes for iPad

Gain access to the world’s financial markets.


How to Access the XM MT5 iPad Trader

Step 1

  • Open App Store on your iPad, or download the app here.
  • Locate MetaTrader 5 in App Store by entering the term metatrader 5 in the search field.
  • Click the MetaTrader 5 icon to install the software to your iPad.

Step 2

  • Run the app on your device.
  • Click on Settings at the right bottom side.
  • Choose the New Account option.
  • Enter Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd in the search field.
  • Choose XM.COM-MT5 as the server option.

Step 3

  • Enter your login and password.
  • Start trading on your iPad.

FAQ

How can I gain access to the MT5 platform?

To start trading on the MT5 platform you need to have an MT5 trading account. It is not possible to trade on the MT5 platform with your existing MT4 account. To open an MT5 account click here.

Can I use my MT4 account ID to access MT5?

No, you can’t. You need to have an MT5 trading account. To open an MT5 account click here.

How do I get my MT5 account validated?

If you are already an XM client with an MT4 account, you can open an additional MT5 account from the Members Area without having to re-submit your validation documents. However, if you are a new client you will need to provide us with all the necessary validation documents (i.e. Proof of Identity and Proof of Residency).

Can I trade stock CFDs with my existing MT4 trading account?

No, you can't. You need to have an MT5 trading account to trade stock CFDs. To open an MT5 account click here.

What instruments can I trade on MT5?

On the MT5 platform you can trade all the instruments available at XM including Stock CFDs, Stock Indices CFDs, Forex, CFDs on Precious Metals and CFDs on Energies.

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