MQL4 TUTORIAL ENGLISH – SETUP YOUR OWN ADVANCED STATISTICS

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The topic of this video is putting statistics on the Internet. I said a while ago that in a short time I would be offering a four-digit platinum group membership with a brand new trading system. Now, this is one of the early versions, and this is the account number for a Robo Forex Pro account. And FXBlue.Com is now one of my new habits. Because I couldn’t publish the account statistics reliably with MyFxBook on a Linux machine. Because this MetaTrader runs on a device that runs Linux, and I’ve now made my own trading distribution based on Debian. In fact, I was also able to install FX Blue’s Expert Advisor in MetaTrader on the Linux machine.

 

Everything works here with Play on Linux, and the Expert Advisor is red right now because it is the weekend and there are no new trading signals. But as you can see, the last change was made at 10:26. You can also see the account information. Here, Fx Blue can do different things. One can monitor specific basic values. A chart can be used to show the whole thing. On the Euro-Dollar chart, we have made 279 trades so far. With a profit of 204.11 dollars in total. The total net comes to $89.16. It’s interesting that we have 230 buy trades and 49 sell trades, even though the Euro/Dollar reached its lowest level since the turn of the century just this week.

 

Here, you can look at all of these details in more depth if you want to. I think the way it’s set up is good. The whole thing is repeated here as a print statement, or you can download it in Excel format. I can’t install Excel on my Linux computer here because it’s a so-called Stick PC. It uses only two gigabytes of memory and runs in the background. It is more than powerful enough to run our Expert Advisor, and we don’t have to worry about Windows updates being installed in the middle of the night, which could cause the computer to restart. So, if you’ve had trouble setting up the advanced statistics of MyFxBook on a Linux PC in the past, you can do it through this live tab map on the FXBlue.Com website.

 

This is easy to do with MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5, and in the future you will be able to collect such advanced statistics for your own account here. This will help you get better results over time. So far, that’s all for today. Thank you for watching! See you in the next video.