The tool is designed to import quotes in MetaTrader 4 real-time file from history.
• Dynamic import of various tools and timeframes simultaneously
• Supports the most popular periods: M1, M5, M6, M10, M15, M20, M30, H1, H4, D1, W1, MN1
• The most popular format files CSV.
• The work of the majority of indicators for MetaTrader 4 on the new schedule
• Reading of the two files (the entire history ([symbol] _ [period] .csv), and the last bar ([symbol] _ [period] _last.csv))
• Available in open source (you can supplement or automatic signaling)
It works with the terminal MetaTrader 4 build 600 and above
Well-established and very popular MetaTrader 4 trading platform has amassed a huge database of free and fee-based indicators (1000). So lots of ideas can not boast of any known to date, the program of technical analysis. After bringing to market software package "Metatrader 4 + QUIK" I started to get a lot of emails asking for quotations from the implementation of the transfer QUIK in Metatrader 4. At the beginning of 2008 wrote the first script. However, implementation of such a simple task turned out to be not so simple, and the project was completed in late 2010.
Utility "Import quotations MetaTrader 4" is designed for dynamic reading of historical data from files. The utility was originally designed to import quotes history of ITS QUIK, however, this solution can be applied for any purpose where you want to display a graph of history located in the file. Import provides two files: the first contains the entire history of quotations, but the last bar, and second only to dynamically update the last bar. Optionally, it is possible to provide a reading of the file.
Using this utility you can use Metatrader 4 as a program of technical analysis. Advisors (robots) will not work, because they are tied to the data server Metatrader 4. However, you can create automated trading system. To do this, implement code in your utility code that would be sent to the external application program. For this purpose utility is provided in open source.
Example of use with QUIK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=62TGNko6jzE
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