Magic Keys Now Available for BlackBull Markets Clients

by Feb 18, 2020Company News

Magic Keys now available for BlackBull Markets Clients

 

Here at BlackBull Markets we are committed to providing the best service and smoothest trading experience possible, which is why we are pleased to announce that Magic Keys are now available for all BlackBull Markets clients for MetaTrader 4.

What is a Magic Key?

A Magic Key is a mini terminal which you can use to give yourself an edge, or otherwise just simplify your trading experience by letting you access your trades with the touch of a button.

Using a Magic Key, you can:

  • open orders based on your risk parameters with just a key press, with lot sizes automatically calculated
  • navigate across chart time frames with unparalleled ease
  • close positions, entire or partial
  • move stop-loss and take-profits

All you need to do is claim your Magic Key, completely free of charge, is follow these steps:

  1. Be a new or existing customer of BlackBull Markets
  2. Have at least $10,000 USD in your Account Balance
  3. Send an email to accounts@blackbullmarkets.com requesting your Magic Key

Once your Magic Key is delivered to you, follow the steps in this video for how to install and start using your Magic Key.

 

 

From everyone here at BlackBull Markets, we hope that this helps with your trading experience, and wish you happy and safe trading.

BlackBull Markets Team

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