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Easy Trick If You Need to Stop Annoying MetaTrader 4 Updates
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How to Close All Open Trades on MT4 at Specific Time
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Can Your Trading Strategy Be Coded Into MT4 Expert Advisor?
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Best Way to Install Many MT4s on the Same Computer [or VPS]
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How to Understand Confusing MT4 Error Messages (Log Files)
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Proven Ways to Fix Expert Advisor Problems on MetaTrader 4
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Amazing Way to “Partial Close” Trades Automatically in MT4
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How to Hide Stop Loss and Take Profit on Many Pairs at Once
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Simple Reason Forex Orders Fill Too Early [Misunderstanding]
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Amazing MT4 Setup to Re-Enter the Market After a Pullback

Easy Trick If You Need to Stop Annoying MetaTrader 4 Updates

When you launch or restart MT4, it might run live update automatically and restart without any prompt. I am sure you have seen this before, which sometimes is annoying. MetaQuotes are constantly improving their software and rolls out these updates quite often lately.

Preventing updates does not necessarily mean that old MetaTrader 4 is better. We should be happy about updates, because without regular software updates it would not work well.

However, if for some reason you do not want to update your MT4 platform, here’s a simple trick to prevent it from doing it. Admit it. Many times when you start your MT4 just for a quick script or indicator test it is quite annoying to see that MT4 is forcibly restarted without your knowledge to do an update.

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Best Way to Install Many MT4s on the Same Computer [or VPS]

Installing and running multiple MT4 client terminal instances on the same machine is easier than you might think. These days every MT4 user should learn how to do it.

This way you can open two, three or even more MT4 platforms on the same computer, login into different accounts and trade all of them at once. You can do this without the need to login-logout from the single MT4 platform. You will have all your accounts online at the same time, meaning you can trade your real and demo accounts simultaneously.

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How to Understand Confusing MT4 Error Messages (Log Files)

If you ever been using MetaTrader 4 platform I am sure at some point you faced some issues. As a programmer I know that any software can fail from time to time, but most computer programs are designed in such a way that they will print out error, warning or any other informational messages for the user so (s)he could understand what’s going on.

Earlier I have wrote about troubleshooting expert advisors on MetaTrader 4, but another important thing is to know how to properly read log files to find the cause of the problem.

If you are one of those users who hit their computer every time they face trouble with any of the Expert Advisors, indicators or scripts on MetaTrader 4 platform, I am sure you’ll find this blog post very useful.

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How to Hide Stop Loss and Take Profit on Many Pairs at Once

Not showing your Stop Loss and Take Profit value to broker is fairly easy no matter what trading platform you are using. Simply you just do not set SL/TP values and no one will see it. Broker will not know about it and you can manually close the trade whenever you want. Broker will not know where your stop loss level is and they will not be able to “hunt” it. However, you won’t be able to watch after your trades 24 hours a day and this is where you need help from a special MetaTrader 4 app.

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Simple Reason Forex Orders Fill Too Early [Misunderstanding]

Over the last few years I have received and answered literally thousands of emails to my customers and one of the most interesting questions I get was this.

My BUY trade was triggered without price reaching the buy line or pending order. What would cause a trade to trigger early and how I can avoid it?

This is actually just a simple misunderstanding, but I found that a lot of people do not know about this, so I feel obliged to explain this.

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Amazing MT4 Setup to Re-Enter the Market After a Pullback

Hi, Rimantas Petrauskas here. Forex trader and a programmer with 16 years of experience.

There is this saying among Forex traders “The trend is your friend until it bends”. I assume this means that when you are in a trade and the trend reverses you get into drawdown and that’s where things get messy.

But what if you enter the market only in the direction of the trend and only if it shows you signs that it will continue to go that way? In other words you would not enter the market if the price reversed and did not go in the same direction.

In this video I am going to show you how you can re-enter the market in the direction of the trend after a pullback and also how you can program your MT4 platform to do this for you.

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