Are validated seller? and you are selling the subscription to your signal or the products in the Market?Where did you get the buyers?What are you doing to get the buyers?Those are few posts below related to promotion -
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How to Start with Metatrader 5
Sergey Golubev, 2017.01.09 06:38
Do you sell something on the Market? Are you signal provider? So, just some links about promotion:
As the users are asking om PM about how to promote their signals and market products so I am just re-posting this information about.
And just want to remind that the promotion of signals and market products is prohibited on the forum sorry.
One way to promote your signal is to create any external blog and place a widget there:
MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 Trading Signals Widgets
This is the my personal example with my google blog:
Sergey Golubev, 2013.06.23 11:51
I installed widget (Top Signals) for my google blog in easy way using this link for example so everybody can do it (widget for some particular signal or signals, or widget for some broker). I did not place it on some other websites because I am not a signal provider and I am not market vendor. But I think that google blogs' promotion as a widget (together with simple promotion using facebook, twitter and google+) are fully enough to get some subscribers/clients.
But if some signal provider (or Market vendor) wants to get many subscribers/clients so it may be necessary to go to more quick way - go to the other Metatrader forums to promote your signal or product in direct way - just my experience.
I just want to remind something which the people are asking all the time -
Do you Autotrade?
Sergey Golubev, 2016.08.03 08:46
I mean - if all MT5 EAs does not work in your MT5 so you can check the following: autotrading for the EA, in common tab of the EA properties.
Allow Auto Trading — this option allows or prohibits trading using Expert Advisors and scripts.
If it is disabled, scripts and Expert Advisors can work, but are not
able to trade. This limitation can be useful for testing the analytical
capabilities of an Expert Advisor in the real-time mode (not to be
confused with testing on history data).
The option enables/disables automated trading for the
entire platform. If you disable it, no Expert Advisor will be allowed
to trade, even if you enable automated trading individually in the Expert Advisor settings.
If you enable it, the Expert Advisors will be allowed to trade, unless
automated trading is individually disabled in the Expert Advisor
If everything is fine with the setting but EAs does not work (any EA - how many did you try?) so ask your broker (it may be the broker's limitation).
Sergey Golubev, 2016.08.03 09:38
Where to check autotrading:
If you attached EA to the chart and you see "smiling face" so it is fine with autotading (in most of the cases):
If EA's face is not smiling and not happy so you can check everything once again:
It was for MT4 but MT5 is same with this case.
and more -
How to prepare MT4 for backtesting/trading with some pair:
MT4 History data generation
Sergey Golubev, 2016.05.28 10:58
It is not a fully related to your questions but it is about what I am doing when I want to backtest/check/trade using some pair for example:
1. I open MT4.
2. Open USDJPY H1 chart (if I want to do something with this pair).
3. Go to Tools - History Center, find this pair and double mouse click on every pair's timeframe so
before double-mouse click on every timeframe there:
So, by this action - I downloaded the history for this pair to MT4.
4. Now I want to transfer this history to the chart (to trade, for backtesting, and so on).
So, I change timeframe for USDJPY chart to M1, right mouse click on any space of the chart and choose 'Refresh', and all history is loaded to the chart - and I can see it from the Journal about how many bars were loaded from my MT4 History Center to this chart:
Same with M5 timeframe (Refresh), same with M15 and so on up to MN.
After that only I will backtesting/trading or whatsoever anything with this pair (USDJPY in our example).
Just my experience
Electra EA ** Released to Elite Members **
Sergey Golubev, 2009.02.15 05:51
And I am strongly recommending to read this thread https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178788 because it is explanation about some classification of the EAs concerning the risk of trading. For example some EAs are very profitable but very risky. And some EAs are risky because of the nature of those EAs. For example, martingale and MTF EAs are very risky because EAs are martingale or MTF. It was coded like that. Some EAs are not risky to trade. It depends of the nature of the EAs and classification.
It is also good to know concerning RAS service: some sellers in RAS are using some systems which are risky one because of the system itself.
- MTF EAs are more risky than martingale (in most of the cases).
- grid is more risky than MTF;
- breakout systems (manual systems or EAs) are more risky than trend following systems.
And so on.
It is necessary to know the risk which was included inside the system itself.
It is the same as the vehicle is going on 400 km per hour ... 400 km per hour in the town is more risky than 50 km/h, right? And it depends on the classification of the vehicle as well, right?
So, it is the same for EAs ... different classifications ... coded for different cases in the life and so on.
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