Import of "minute bars" from forexite.com - script for MetaTrader 4

Import of "minute bars" from forexite.com - script for MetaTrader 4

Sometimes the mql4.com quote archive lacks "small" data (for example, "minute bars"). For example, for gold: the minute bar history covers the period from 2006 to date. This is clearly not enough for a decent test of a "rough" strategy that works on medium and higher timeframes and which is not too sensitive to the differences in data from different dealers on the smaller timeframes. However, it is possible to use the quotes available on
MCVA - Multichart Visual Analyser - script for MetaTrader 4

MCVA - Multichart Visual Analyser - script for MetaTrader 4

The script creates three "main" graphic objects: two vertical lines and a linear regression. When user moves any of the three objects, the "connected" objects are automatically repositioned on the chart. When the script is run on multiple charts, objects can be moved in any of them, the positioning of the "connected" objects is performed on all charts. The script does not depend on the timeframe The figure below shows the script operation with
EMA and SMMA are identical - script for MetaTrader 4

EMA and SMMA are identical - script for MetaTrader 4

This topic had been humorously mentioned by Rosh here: The "classic" system based on two MAs. And it surfaced once again here: https://www.mql5.com/ru/forum/51841 . I managed to strictly prove the identity of the recurrent formulas of these indicators at a certain ratio of their periods, namely, at EMA_Period = 2 * SMMA_Period - 1. The proof details are hardly interesting for practitioners, however it is quite simple. The script is absolutely
ZZ_All Quotings 0-0050 - script for MetaTrader 4

ZZ_All Quotings 0-0050 - script for MetaTrader 4

The ZZ_All Quotings 0-0050 script is designed for downloading history on all currency pairs, metals, known indices, CFD and for controlling "holes" in history. The script implements the option to skip the download of any instrument group and to control the "holes" in history. The script has high requirements to RAM: with 2GB of memory the process of downloading the history from the Moneyrain DC with the parameter "Number of bars in a window" set
Calculation of the 3-rd Elliott wave - script for MetaTrader 4

Calculation of the 3-rd Elliott wave - script for MetaTrader 4

Presented is the script for the calculation of the third Elliott wave based on the algorithm suggested by Bill Williams in his book "Trading Chaos". (Comment to the figure 7-15 in this book) This script uses the standard OBJ_EXPANSION object (Fibonacci extension) In order to start the calculation it is necessary to move first coordinate of the object created by the script to the supposed start of the first wave to the Low of a bar (for bullish
Script to StopLoss and TakeProft in Pips, use your EA Number - script for MetaTrader 4

Script to StopLoss and TakeProft in Pips, use your EA Number - script for MetaTrader 4

Script that contains both Stop Loss as Take Profit. Getting your choice only use stop loss or stop loss with take profit. Real author: Valdir Nogueira This script is recommended for robots that do not have stop loss, mainly scalpers and martingales. It will only affect the robots corresponding to the number entered in the Number of EA field. Below is description of the parameters: Parameters: Number of EA: Number yours robot used in the graphic.
Indicators saver - script for MetaTrader 4

Indicators saver - script for MetaTrader 4

The script saves the values of Time, Open, High, Low, Close, Volume and standard indicators. It is also possible to save certain derivatives of the Time, such as day of week, hour and minute. You can select what to save.Parameters Begin after - skip a specified number of bars, required for skipping incorrect data; Number of records(0-All) - the number of stored samples, if set to zero, then everything is saved Number of digits after decimal
Period ConverterALL - script for MetaTrader 4

Period ConverterALL - script for MetaTrader 4

The second version of the script for converting a chart of the M1 timeframe into all other charts of the standard timeframes and recreating the M1 timeframe chart. The advanced functionality of chart conversion of the M1 timeframe chart depends on the ReCreateM1Volume input parameter. It can take on the following values:      -2 by default or less (-3, -4 and so on). The script simply converts the М1 timeframe chart into
The WaveMarker script set - script for MetaTrader 4

The WaveMarker script set - script for MetaTrader 4

s_WaveMarker_CreateNew - the script creates a group of graphical objects on the chart - text labels and lines for marking the Elliott waves. User only needs to move the text labels using the mouse after selecting them. The number of graphical object groups is not limited. To create a new group the script should be reattached to the chart - the script also provides the ability to move previously created objects. The script should be removed from
s_wininet - script for MetaTrader 4

s_wininet - script for MetaTrader 4

The script demonstrates the usage of the functions in the wininet.dll Windows library for downloading a web page. As an example, the script downloads the mql4.com forum page with the author profile (https://www.mql5.com/en/users/integer). The downloaded page is saved to the experts/files folder under the name "SavedFromInternet.htm". After that a message box appears, saying that the script completed its operation:



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