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Fa Cao
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Fa Cao 2014.02.19 03:15 

I want to use MT4's tester to test an EA which runs on other investment products by import their history data.

for example, I open history center in MT4 and select "USDJPY ", and import stock's M1 data, such as C, and then get other time frames by converter.

so after that, shall I test an EA on stock data which is imported into USDJPY?

if not, how can?

Thank you!

qjol
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qjol 2014.02.19 07:09  
try & c what happens
Simon Gniadkowski
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Simon Gniadkowski 2014.02.19 08:59  
vx0532:

I want to use MT4's tester to test an EA which runs on other investment products by import their history data.

for example, I open history center in MT4 and select "USDJPY ", and import stock's M1 data, such as C, and then get other time frames by converter.

so after that, shall I test an EA on stock data which is imported into USDJPY?

if not, how can?

You can, do you understand the implications of doing this ? swaps ? tickvalue ? min lot ? lot step ?
Fa Cao
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Fa Cao 2014.02.20 01:34  
RaptorUK:
You can, do you understand the implications of doing this ? swaps ? tickvalue ? min lot ? lot step ?


ok, maybe I can't ; you mean this? or have a proper method to adjust for this?

Ovo Cz
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Ovo Cz 2014.02.20 09:34  
vx0532:


ok, maybe I can't ; you mean this? or have a proper method to adjust for this?


He means you can, but you should choose a symbol with properties that are similar to the one you are importing.
Simon Gniadkowski
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Simon Gniadkowski 2014.02.20 09:44  
vx0532:


ok, maybe I can't ; you mean this? or have a proper method to adjust for this?

What I meant was, yes you can . . . but you need to understand how all the incorrect symbol information will affect your calculations in your code . . . you know your code so you are in the best position to understand the implications.
Fa Cao
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Fa Cao 2014.02.21 01:19  
RaptorUK:
What I meant was, yes you can . . . but you need to understand how all the incorrect symbol information will affect your calculations in your code . . . you know your code so you are in the best position to understand the implications.


ok, Thank u!
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