As part of our relentless efforts to provide our clients with the best trading experience possible, we have made some more favourable changes to our terms and conditions based on your valuable feedback. From 28 January, Libertex will allow clients to create an unlimited number of MT4 (Metatrader 4) accounts instead of just one.
What are the advantages of having multiple accounts?
They say two heads are better than one… well, the same goes for trading accounts. With multiple MT4 accounts, diversification is an absolute breeze. For example, you might decide to use one for active trading and one for other long-term investments. You might prefer to keep one as your personal account and have a trading bot manage the other. Or perhaps you want to use one for trading a particular asset class (e.g. Forex) while earmarking the other for commodities such as gold and oil. The possibilities are indeed endless.
Several different accounts linked to the same profile also allow you to experiment with different trading strategies at the same time, so you can find an approach that works for you twice as fast as you could with just one.
Create your next account with Libertex now!
As you can see, there are many benefits to having multiple MT4 accounts, so why not start taking advantage of them today? There is no application process or any other procedure you need to follow. Create another account here, just like you created your first account. If you don’t have an account with us yet, follow this link and click the “Create Account” button at the top right or bottom of the page. And that’s all there is to it! Once you’ve registered, you’ll have twice the capacity and twice as many options as before. Don’t waste another minute! Get your second account today and double your functionality from MT4 to Libertex!
Risk warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 83% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.