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MetaTrader 4 is one of the best trading platforms for making money on Forex markets nowadays and proven to be one of the best software for automated trading, which quality has been approved by millions of traders using it around the globe. Also, it is marvelous software for automated forex trading and a sustainable passive income to be built up on.

So, if you are seeking MetaTrader 4 download file, you’d better not rush to set it up now. In this article, I will show you how to create forex automated trading machine on mt4 using a relentless piece of hardware, which is dirt cheap and savvy.

So, this is not the aim of mine to describe MetaTrader 4 (MetaTrader 5 – the latest 2017 version), or how to use MT4 and MT5 on your Mac, or push you to download a MetaTrader 4 Demo. All this stuff is available on their official site (the link to which you may find above, by the way). My goal is to get to business right now. So, let’s do it.

But, first of all, let me explain a little summary of what we are to talk about. We’ll need the understanding of the technology, the hardware (in this case we’ll use the Raspberry Pi mini PC boards) and the general process of launching MetaTrader (the basic automated trading software) on this hardware.

Raspberry Pi introduction

First of all, due to the fact, that this article is likely to be read by people without a strong technical background, I’d rather start with an introduction of the core technological solution, called ARM-based mini PC board. What’s that? In a nutshell, it’s a mini PC board just like the ordinary laptop or desktop has inside, but smaller, a bit less powerful, energy savvy and with unlimited usage possibilities.

There are a plenty of brands of that kind of hardware, but, believe me, one of the most popular and widespread is Raspberry Pi. Learn more on their website www.raspberrypi.org. Find the Raspberry Pi board (model 2) image right below.

Raspberry Pi model example MetaTrader can be setup on

I can foreknow your question: “Why use this ??? Can I simply use my laptop which I am completely familiar with?!” The answer is “Yes, of course, you can!” Yes, you can do whatever millions of others are doing and suffer from the same issues again and again. Nowadays the most valuable things are time and operational costs. So, running MetaTrader on a separate mini PC board, that consumes 20 times less energy than your laptop and can consistently work for years without being switched off or reboot, is the hell way more reasonable, isn’t it?

Moreover, not only the operational costs are being reduced, but also you are saving your time. The main idea is that you can use a Raspberry Pi board as a small side device, which can work separately from your laptop or desktop, implementing the profitable algorithm preset. For example, MetaTrader will be looking after the currency rates and as soon as it reaches a particular desired value it’ll start selling or buying. In the meantime, you are working on your laptop (or PC) doing some other profitable things. So, it’s obvious, that using Raspberry Pi and MetaTrader on it, you can create a profit-pumping machine, working 24/7 and consuming energy just like your most economy LED-lamp does. And all this is a passive kind of income, which is even better! 😉

The Working Scheme

So, what we need to run this project and turn our forex auto trader into reality. Just a few things!

1. A Raspberry Pi device (model 2 or 3). Find it on raspberrypi.org, element14 e-shop or Amazon.

2. A screen display monitor. At least to configure all the settings as the very first step. After that, it will be possible to access your RPi device remotely.

3. ExaGear Desktop software. This feature is necessary to set up MetaTrader on Raspberry Pi device and make the whole scheme work as a forex VPS hosting.

Working scheme of MetaTrader on Raspberry Pi

MetaTrader installation tutorial

Download and Set up ExaGear Desktop

Just a few words about the necessity of using an extra piece of software for that project. The matter is that we are working with hardware which is built on a different type of a processor from what is usually used for laptops and PCs. The Raspberry Pi processors are called ARM, while on your regular computer there are processors called x86. In general, both of them are as different as the flame and water. So, technically, it is impossible to run any software made for x86 processors on ARM processors… But there is nothing impossible for real money makers! So, with the help of a special binary translator called ExaGear, we will make MetaTrader work on the ARM processor.

Well, it’s time to get some job done. Let’s imagine, you have bought your Raspberry Pi board. Have it delivered, unpacked, connected to some display and to your Internet. It’s really simple. After switching it on you’ll see the Raspbian interface, which is really user-friendly. From now on we keep on working directly from this device. Open up an internet browser in the upper right corner of the screen and copy-paste the address https://eltechs.com/product/exagear-desktop/.

As soon as you are on the page, you need to get your license of ExaGear by making a purchase. You will receive a message of confirmation with further instructions for downloading and installation. So, when you are done with the purchase and is ready to proceed with the installation the ExaGear Desktop and MetaTrader, you’d better have this email to help you.

So, in general, for setting up MetaTrader on your Raspberry Pi device, you will need to follow the algorithm below:

1. Download and Set up ExaGear Desktop.

2. Launch guest x86 system.

3. Install Wine

4. Setup and launch MetaTrader 4 on your ARM device.

I guess that you will definitely need the detailed installation guide. You can find it in our special article MetaTrader 4 on Raspberry Pi. Just go for it now.

Final notes

Despite all the cool possibilities, a MetaTrader automation gives you, always remember, that if you expect to setup MetaTrader on Raspberry Pi and switch on the magical Wallstreet Forex robot which will start bringing you millions, it’s not going to happen. At least this straightforward way. Having MetaTrader 4 working as an automated forex trading robot 24/7 is not enough. Do some work and search for the best automated trading strategies, or, what’s even better, test different approaches yourself to identify the best one and your success will become inevitable. In this article, I can only offer you a powerful auxiliary interactive automated broker tool on your way to profit.

Also, note that with ExaGear Desktop you can run almost any x86 app on any ARM-based device including, but not limited to Raspberry Pi, Odroid, Banana Pi, Beagleboard, Cubox, Jetson, Cubieboard and many others.

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