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Tickstory v1.3 with Metatrader 4 build 610 works fine for me and I do testing right now over the weekend :)
For REAL tick data you need Tickstory. Real tick data is HUGE in size and therefore can't be downloaded anywhere (afaik). M1 data only, for the period of 1 year would be something over a half GB in size :) Real tick data of multiple timeframes and multiple pairs from the period of several years would probably fill the whole remaining free space on your HD, possibly you would need a seperate HD for that data :D
Do you have a winning EA? In Programming Oct 17 2013 at 16:17
Hello Martin, I study, research and develop automated trading strategies and I code in MQL4 since at least 4 years now with a web developer background (PHP & Javascript programming) since 2005. I have developed an EA which I call "Arkuda EA" and which in its current version seems to be quite profitable, however development and optimization work is still in progress. The EA trades on 4 timeframes (M15, H1, H4, D1) and it is capable of trading multiple currency pairs simultaneously on one MT4 platform. Its signals basically are generated by strong bullish or bearish price & v......
ARKUDA Signals In Trading Systems Jan 18 2013 at 15:17
Nice kick-off... account balance doubled in only 2 days! :)
ARKUDA Signals In Trading Systems Jan 18 2013 at 10:54
[quote]stevewalker posted: "In any case I still believe the best place to put your money at the moment is "land"" agreed [quote]SaltyWaters posted: Spain is peanuts but according to the guy who wrote this article on August 6, 2012 - not me I'm not a market analyst [smiley] "Spain could potentially take down the banking system in Europe, which would mean the US facing a Financial Crisis at least on par with 2008." In any case I still believe the best place to put your money at the moment is "land" Cheers.[/quote][/quote] I agree too. But unfortu......
[quote]James_Bond posted: If the support breaks, I would stick with USD: [/quote] I was looking at that chart as well and saw the actual price near support level. I live in Greece and there is a lot of talk about Greece, that it will finally exit the Euro Zone (some say it might even happen as early as next month). My concern is that the Euro might crash in case of a "Grexit" which would make it break the support level and plunge quite low. I also know about the economic situation in the US and would rather not have USD as my a......
Hi folks, If you have deeper long-term fundamental knowledge, I'd like to hear your recommendation for what currency one should hold his trading account in these days. My broker offers the following currencies for trading accounts: AUD, USD, EUR, GBP, NZD, JPY, CHF, SGD. Until now I held my account in EUR but I'm afraid my capital will further loose value due to the continuing euro crisis. I thought about CHF or JPY. What do you think about these two? In case of a Euro crash, would CHF be negatively affected or not? Thanks. Kay
Limitless EA In Trading Systems Mar 10 2012 at 11:01
Hey Bijan, why do you send out free copies of an EA which normally costs money? You say you bought this EA and you are satisfied with it, so why do you think other people shouldn't have to pay for this good EA also? You have got a weird mentality, dude.
simple In Programming Mar 04 2012 at 15:27
Could you elaborate on what signal you want the order to be sent? What indicator(s) do you use and how you interpret them? Kay
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