with metatrader 5, I started a Demo account and completed the installation,
but the New Order Icon cant be Access, so i cant practice on making my orders, help!
Here's whats happening.
Market is closed during the weekend. Besides, please check - are you really opened demo account?
And you can select the other broker for demo account, or select MetaQuotes demo: just right mouse click on 'Account' on the left and select:
Forum on trading, automated trading systems and testing trading strategies
How to Start with Metatrader 5
Sergey Golubev, 2013.06.04 15:49
How to Start with MT5, a summary !
Alain Verleyen, 2013.03.15 16:12
How to start with MT5 platform : summary.
As our topic about "How to start with Metatrader 5" is going to be huge, here you find a summary, with main links.
Work in progress, stay tuned :-)
Sergey Golubev, 2013.09.20 08:21
Something Interesting to Read December 2016
Muhammad Syamil Bin Abdullah, 2016.12.07 10:13
Mastering the Trade, Second Edition: Proven Techniques for Profiting from Intraday and Swing Trading Setups : John F Carter
Trading books, they're a dime a dozen. If only their cover prices
reflected that reality. Mastering The Trade, by John F. Carter,
Published by Mcgraw-Hill Trader's Edge is an example of the exception
that proves the rule.Carter, who is a CTA, trader, writer and
trading educator, effectively communicates his strategies, methods and
insights in this 400 page book.The book is divided into Three parts:In
Part One, Carter explains hardware requirements, market mechanics,
general market theory, trading psychology and finally, the all-important
subject of interpretation of market internals. Begining traders will
find all of these sections to be of value. While even experienced
traders will greatly benefit from Carter's discussions of trading
psychology and market internals.Part Two examines Carter's
specific set-ups for futures, equities, forex and options. Clear
directions coupled with informative diagrams leave little question as to
how he trades his set-ups. Carter coveys the reasons he pulls the
trigger, and perhaps more importantly, the reasons he may let a set-up
pass.Part Three covers preparation for the trading day, creating
and executing a trading business plan, thoughts on how to fine tune
your trading and even a self-evaluation tool helping traders to hone in
on the best markets to trade for their own personalities.This
trader/reviewer wishes that he had the knowledge that Carter imparts
regarding reading and interpretation of market internals when he began
trading. Carter lucidly explains use of the Tick, the Trin, the TICKI
the Premium and other indicators which allow the trader to interpret the
health of the market, and make decisions based on fact rather than
feeling. Carter's set-ups are simple and effective when evaluated in
the context of market internals which he explains clearly. Finally, the
author's advice on market psychology is sterling.
covers new ground, offering both new and experienced traders the
opportunity to add effective weapons to their informational arsenals
that can help them win in their daily assaults on the market.
John F. Carter grew up the son of Morgan Stanley stockbroker, and was
introduced into trading as a sophomore in high school, and has been
trading actively for the past 19 years. He studied international
finance at the University of Cambridge in England before graduating from
the University of Texas at Austin. John has been a full time trader
since 1996. In 1999, tired of talking to his goldfish while trading
alone in his office, he launched www.tradethemarkets.com to post his
trading ideas. Today he has a following of over 10,000 people. John
publishes separate daily newsletters for futures/single stock futures,
options and equities trading, and, more recently, forex, at
www.razorforex.com. He's a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) with Razor
Trading, manages a futures and a forex fund. McGraw Hill tapped him to
write a book entitled Mastering the Trade, due out in December, 2005.
To keep his sanity, John relies on physical activity after the close to
deal with the financial swings he and his subscribers encounter. He
clears his head running, swimming, traveling with his wife, Maria, and
playing with his son, James.
Sergey Golubev, 2016.05.08 20:17
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Marsel, 2016.12.09 07:11
Please make sure everything is correct:
Sergey Golubev, 2016.09.19 07:15
About NN and AI.
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Price Forecasting Using Neural Networks
Neural Networks: From Theory to Practice
Third Generation Neural Networks: Deep Networks
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Russian stock market analysis from Claws & Horns in MetaTrader 5
MetaQuotes Software Corp., 2016.12.13 10:03
The Claws & Horns news feeder integrated with MetaTrader 5 features the daily analysis of Russian shares traded on the Moscow Exchange. The feeder developers have expanded the list of provided services due to the growing demand for such analysis from traders.
Claws & Horns mainly focuses on blue chips — the largest and most liquid Russian companies, such as Sberbank (SBER), Rosneft (ROSN), Gazprom (GAZP), Lukoil (LKOH), ALROSA (ALRS) and Aeroflot (AFTL).
Besides, it provides a regular analysis of basic futures, including MICEX Index, RTS Index, USDRUB, EURRUB, as well as bonds and Eurobonds. About 50 trading instruments are covered in total every week.
If your MetaTrader broker has the feeder, you are able to access the full set of Claws & Horns analytics: economic calendar, signals, technical and fundamental analysis, as well as weekly video podcasts with long-term forecast for the major currency pairs.
Just something which newbie may read for example:
A FEW TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME CUSTOMERS
1. Jobs Service - Why Do We Even Need It?
2. Common Types of Orders3. The Ideal RS, What Is It Like? 4. A Few Words About Debugging And Testing
5. Describing Detected Errors 6. Hidden Traps in RS
7. When to Resort to Arbitration?