Can someone explain to me how I would go about exporting my day's trades automatically to excel so I can compare my total equity and pips for the day on a graph over time to adjust my strategy?
This guy shows it early in this video, but I feel he did it by hand for only a couple days. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGBQwnc-dUU&list=PLF_1rk7gn2QIC9O9nG_alWp8C6nDZRXcD
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Sergey Golubev, 2014.03.29 12:29
I think - no way to import some data directly to MT5. You can export MT5 data to excel for example.
If I am wrong so sorry.
How to Start with Metatrader 5
Sergey Golubev, 2014.03.07 12:57
How to Prepare MetaTrader 5 Quotes for Other Applications
Before I started studying MQL5, I tried many other applications for
development of trading systems. I can't say that I wasted my time. Some
of them contain a few useful tools allowing users to save time, deal
with many issues, destroy some myths and quickly select some further
direction for development without the knowledge of programming
These applications need historical data. Due to the absence of some
certain standard data format, they often had to be edited before they
could be used (for example, in Excel) to comply with the format
applicable to the necessary program. Even if you are able to figure out
all necessary details, many things should still be done manually. Users
can find different versions of scripts designed to copy the quotes from
MetaTrader 4 to the necessary format. If there is such a demand, we can
also develop the version of the script for MQL5.
1. Covered Topics
2. Data Format
3. Program's External Parameters
4. Checking Parameters Entered by a User
5. Global Variables
6. Information Panel
7. Application's Main Block
8. Creating Folders and Filing the Data