In this function, I'm getting error # 130 at the "else" section (underlined) of the OrderModify().
What is wrong here?
Thanks a lot.
int targetRaw = 40;
double target = NormalizeDouble((double)targetRaw / 10000.0, 5);
For the purpose of reducing the exposure to slippage, is there any difference between using regular stop losses embedded in open orders or using OrderClose() function at the relevant price level?
Which method would you advise?
I'm currently using a time and a profit filter for finding trades closed at take profits (my take profits are at 40 pips and I'm searching trades closed with + 30 or more pips for a specified time interval).
Is there a more smarter way of doing this...
I know no.
Just would like to ask if there is any possibility to do so in near future?
I think that new Android devices are coming with rather powerful hardwares, so will it be possible to land our EAs/indicators on Android devices soon?
Or, is it...