The new build of MT4 has some people pretty upset and as I mentioned in the last article I wrote on Build 600, I'm really not sure why.
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. (more…)
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week then you couldn't have failed to notice the uproar that's being caused by the latest release of MT4.
Build 600 of MT4,the most popular trading platform in the world, was unveiled at the beginning of February 2014. It's the most significant change to the platform since it was first introduced in 2005 and has caused a great deal of controversy.
When the news hit the trading world the most popular Forex trading forum, Forex Factory, lit up !
In just two weeks the dedicated thread over there has grown to over 20 pages of posts. That's almost 500 posts... in only two weeks !
But is all this controversy and uproar really warranted? (more…)
Here's a webinar that I did in 2013 where I first introduced the idea of R.E.A.D (Rapid Expert Advisor Development) to about 100 people who had never coded before. The response was really good and the audience were asking lots of questions. They seemed really excited about the simple technique that I'd come up with to help them start coding their own Forex strategies. (more…)