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How-to see all the trades on the chart?
GP57

Biedrs kopš Sep 08, 2013  1 ieraksti GP57 Sep 10 2013 at 06:32
I found some interesting trading history and I would like to check all the position on the chart. How do I do it?

I have an EA called statement to chart, it should do the trick if I had the history. Is it possible to dowload it from myfxbook if it's public?

Many thanks! :-)

Staff

Biedrs kopš Jul 31, 2009  1368 ieraksti Ethan (Staff) Sep 10 2013 at 06:33
GP57 posted:
I found some interesting trading history and I would like to check all the position on the chart. How do I do it?

I have an EA called statement to chart, it should do the trick if I had the history. Is it possible to dowload it from myfxbook if it's public?

Many thanks! :-)


You should use the trading browser: https://blog.myfxbook.com/2012/03/20/browse-your-trades/

mikefx1

Biedrs kopš Aug 25, 2013  5 ieraksti mikefx1 Sep 10 2013 at 08:45
When I looked at the chart, I just only think about the forex, the trading, the economic news, the pattern. That's all. I don't think otherwise. Because it makes a great trouble about my strategy!

Once I get the pattern, I think about it's quantity and accuracy!! If that's well. Then I take a decision.

Thanks

Andrew_S

Biedrs kopš Sep 04, 2013  12 ieraksti Andrew_S Sep 11 2013 at 12:49
Well, sometimes more info is required. As I remember there is a set in MT4 that shows all the trades. Try to dig trough the view

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