Trading platforms

As software that enables entry into the world of financial markets, trading platforms are a core part of every trader's equipment. In Purple Trading, you can choose between the MT4 platform and the cTrader platform.

MetaTrader 4

The most widely used trading platform in the history of online trading, which is still very popular with many traders. MetaTrader 4 stands out for its stability and high level of customizability. You can also run EA and AlgoTrading systems or any of our Purple Indicators on this platform. Learn basics of MT4 trading with our short education video series.

Compatible with most trading instruments

Proven over the years
Available on PC and
More about MetaTrader 4

Try MT4 on a demo account

(Simply choose MT4 as your preferred platform in the second step)


As one of today's most advanced trading platforms, cTrader offers a vast array of tools for the most accurate technical and fundamental analysis and precise risk and money management. All of this in a pleasing graphical design, intuitive and easy-to-understand controls, and the ability to run on any web browser. Learn how to trade with cTrader as part of our educational video series.

Modern and intuitive
trading platform

Suitable for
beginner traders
Available in a smartphone, PC, and web browser versions
More about cTrader

Try the cTrader demo

(Simply choose cTrader as your preferred platform in the second step)

MT4 vs cTrader comparison




High degree of modifiability


Compatible with most freely available trading tools


Features for more precise money and risk management


Purple indicators


Intuitive controls


Possibility of EA and AlgoTrading

Modern design


CFD shares



See a detailed comparison of both platforms.

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Your capital is at risk.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 76.60 % of retail investors lose their capital 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.