No matter how long you’ve been trading or how successful you think you are, it’s possible that you’re still making some basic mistakes and don’t even realize it.
Take a look at the 5 most common Forex mistakes that traders make and see how many of them you’re guilty of. You might be surprised and who knows, you may even re-think the way you trade.
Build 600 of MetaTrader 4 was a huge leap forward and has offered a great deal of improvements and benefits to the MQL4 coder, but it comes at a price.
Many users are confused initially and have a hard time navigating around the new interface and finding exactly where to install their expert advisors, indicators and scripts.
I choose to see the changes as a good thing and as a simplified transition from MQL4 to MQL5, or a mixture of the two. If you want to continue to code in ‘old school’ MQL4 then you’re free to do so, nobody is forcing anybody to change the way they work to any large degree.
Most traders would agree that they'd like to "test drive" a system before using it. Some programs allow this through "back-testing," in which the program uses historical data to execute the trades and show you what they would have been.