MT5 has a larger range of functions for passive formats (if the brokerage company provides this - it is also important). But MT4, in my opinion, is more suitable for personal trading, because it is a more dynamic and simple format. Well, this is purely my opinion.
The number of indicators and settings are slightly different here. But the appearance of MT5 has not caused the change of the trading terminal for real MT4 fans. In fact, it's hard for us to change what we are already used to... That's why everyone just has to work in the way that is convenient for them and in the format that will bring you more money...
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