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MetaTrader EAs: The "Set & Forget" Myth [EAS-II]
This is the second post in the MetaTrader Expert Advisor [EAS] series we've begun recently. In case you missed it, here's a link to the first post: Commercial Expert Advisors: everything that glitters is not gold. If you're wondering what "set & forget" means, it's a common catch phrase used widely by many commercial MetaTrader EA vendors. It implies…
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ZeroMQ – Transaction Reporting via MetaTrader (ZMQ-III)
In this third installment of our ZeroMQ series, we describe how to use ZeroMQ in non-MQL trading strategies to get the following information: Account Information (e.g. equity, margin, balance, etc) Trades at market (live or pending) Historical Trades Previous posts in this series relied heavily on the Request (REQ) / Reply (REP) communication…
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Constructing a Currency Portfolio in MetaTrader
This post describes how to construct a currency portfolio composed of any number of currency pairs (from those available on the Darwinex platform) and allocations, in MetaTrader. A few common use-cases for constructing currency portfolios include: Studying the correlation of a trading strategy's returns to market volatility. Trading currency strength instead of single pairs themselves.…
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