A couple of days ago, Meta Quotes released build 418 of the Meta Trader 4 terminal. The problem is that the build includes a serous bug and as the result most expert advisors stopped working.
Forums are flooded with “What should I do? My expert advisors stopped working!” threads and e-mail inboxes of developers are full of complains from clients.VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
If you are looking for a Virtual Private Server (VPS) to let you improve your trading, then there are four things to look out for when choosing a provider. They are latency, quality, support and price – and that’s in order of priority, with price being the lowest. Why? Read on!VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Hands up, anyone who knows what VPS stands for!
That’s right, VPS means “virtual private server.” You can think of a VPS as a computer located in a purpose-built data center with other computers, with fast connection to the Internet. In fact one physical computer can house several virtual private servers at one time (hence the word “virtual”). Yet each VPS still has its own dedicated share of power and stability to run a particular application, like your trading software.
So what makes using a VPS a better way to trade on Forex?VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Use of stop orders and limit orders provide automatic execute buys or sells of forex contracts. If structured properly, they can provide:
- more secured way to buy (or sell) when the market is moving in the direction the trader has forecasted
- an automatic safety net to limit losses when the market moves in the opposite direction.
To be used successfully, the trader have be able to accurately calculate the direction of the market for a currency pair, the size of the movement and the volatility of the market.VN:F [1.9.22_1171]