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Mal wieder ein wenig Metatrader...


Vola

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Hi !

Wie viele sicherlich schon mitbekommen haben gehöre ich zu den Metatrader Junkies, das liegt aber mittlerweile auch daran das ich mich dort recht gut auskenne

und ich mich davor scheue mich in Ninja Trader oder ähnlich gute Plattformen einzuarbeiten und wieder von vorne zu beginnen.

In erster Linie stört mich der fehlende Screener in MT und das Online keine Tickcharts darstellbar sind.

Das Screener Problem löse ich jetzt erstmal kostenpfichtig bei diesem Anbieter, mal sehen wie gut das funktioniert...

ic.arrow.right.png Screener

Mit den Tickcharts bin ich immer noch am suchen und probieren, aber ich denke das wird von der Verlässlichkeit der Daten in MT in diesen kurzen TF`s eh nix.

 

Weiter unten ist noch ein Link zu einer IMHO Top TA Seite, bei Interesse bitte ganz runterscrollen.

 

Für Einsteiger hier mal eine Liste der Shortcuts und Möglickeiten der MT Plattformbenutzung:

Use of the mouse and mousewheel, and their keyboard equivalents

Scrolling the chart

 

  • Hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse in the main chart area, to scroll left/right.Or you can also simply roll the mousewheel down/up, or use the left/right arrow keys, to likewise scroll the chart view left/right.
  • To scroll a whole screen at a time, use Page Up (scroll left) and Page Down (scroll right).
  • To reposition to the leftmost bar on the chart, press Home.
  • To reposition to the most recent (rightmost) bar, press End.
  • To step forward one bar at a time, press F12.
  • To step backward one bar at a time, press Shift-F12.
  • Scrolling a chart beyond the leftmost bar will add historical bars to the beginning of the chart, until no more are available from MT4's historical database.

Moving directly to a certain date/time

To re-position immediately to a certain date, press Enter, then type in the date in the form DD.MM.YYand press Enter again. Leading zeros can be omitted (e.g. to move to 4 July 2005, type 4.7.5). To re-position to a certain date/time, use the format HH:MM or DD.MM.YY HH:MM (e.g. to position to 8:07am TODAY on a 1-min chart, simply type 8:7).

 

 

Vertical zoom and re-scale

You can re-scale the chart vertically by moving the mouse into the vertical axis area at the right of the screen, and then dragging downwards (with the left button held down) to compress the chart bars, or dragging upwards to expand them.

Double click to reset the chart to its original scale.

 

Horizontal zoom and re-scale

Similarly, you can adjust the width of the price bars by moving the mouse into the horizontal axis area at the bottom of the screen, and then dragging right (zoom in) or left (zoom out). Or simply use the "+" and "–" keys to achieve this.

 

 

Indicators

 

  • Double-click on or near indicators with the left mouse button, to call their setup windows, from which their properties (parameters, colors, etc) can be changed.
  • Right-click to call the indicator's context menu.
  • If the screen is cluttered with overlapping indicators and/or objects, making it too difficult to select the desired indicator, press Ctrl-I to call up the Indicators dialog window. Double click (or click the Edit button, or Alt-E) on the indicator to edit its properties (parameters, colors, etc), or click the Delete button (or Alt-D) to remove it from the chart.

Objects

 

  • Double-click on or near an object (line studies, texts or arrows) to select the object. Once selected, you can move an object by left clicking on it and dragging it to the desired destination.
  • Right-click on a selected object to open its context menu.
  • If the screen is cluttered with overlapping indicators and/or objects, making it too difficult to select the desired object(s), press Ctrl-B to call up the Objects dialog window. Left click the check boxes on/off to select/deselect relevant object(s). Double click (or click the Edit button, or Alt-E) on an object to edit its properties (parameters, colors, etc), or click the Delete button (or Alt-D) to remove it from the chart. To quickly delete a whole block of objects, repeatedly press Alt-D or hold it down (careful, they disappear rather quickly!)
  • Alternatively, from the chart window, press Backspace repeatedly to delete the most recently added object(s) on a last-added-first-removed basis (useful if you want to quickly check out a Fibo or regression channel, then remove it). Then press Ctrl-Z if necessary, to undo any accidental deletes, in reverse order.
  • Or press the Delete key to remove ALL SELECTED objects.

Parallel Trendlines

Ctrl + left click on a selected trend line to draw a parallel trend line (create a channel).

 

Information Bubble

Hover the mouse cursor on or over an element, object or indicator to see the prompt (help information bubble).

 

Crosshair mode, and ruler tool

Click the mousewheel to switch cursor to the "crosshair" mode.

This can also be achieved by pressing Ctrl-F, or selecting the crosshair icon from the toolbar. The crosshairs also display vertical (price) and horizontal (date/time) co-ordinates at the right and bottom of the chart.

Simply left-click to exit crosshair mode.

 

[Now, here is something extremely useful that I haven't found in the on-line help:

While in crosshair mode, hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse to obtain a ruler-type tool that measures vertical (number of pips) and horizontal (number of bars) from the center of the crosshairs. The tool displays counters in the form "A/B/C" where A is the number of bars right or left of the crosshair, B is the number of pips from crosshair to cursor, and C is the price at the cursor.

 

I find "B" extremely useful for measuring the number of pips between any two points, thus:

1) move the mouse to the point you want to measure from (the "anchor" point);

2) click the mousewheel to enter crosshair mode;

3) then hold down the left button and move the mouse to any number of destination points, to see the number of pips between the anchor point and the current mouse destination.

This saves having to calculate this distance manually, as the difference between two prices. Pretty cool!

You can also use this facility to count price bars (reading "A") between any two dates/times.]

 

 

Reference and anchor points

At the lower left of the chart there is a dark colored arrow. Dragging it with the mouse sets the reference (anchor) point for the chart. Now when you zoom in or out, or even change the timeframe, this point remains anchored at its existing location.

 

At the upper right of the chart there is likewise a dark colored arrow. Drag it left or right with the mouse to set the location for the last (most current) bar on the chart (i.e. set the amount of empty "whitespace" at the right of the chart).

 

 

List of hotkeys

There are many other useful hotkeys. Here is a comprehensive list:

Left arrow — scroll chart to the left;

Right arrow — scroll chart to the right;

Up arrow — quickly scroll chart to the left or (if the scale is defined), scroll chart upwards;

Down arrow — quickly scroll chart to the right or (if the scale is defined), scroll chart downwards;

 

Numpad 5 — restores chart vertical scale to its original default. If the scale was defined, this returns the chart back to its visible range;

 

Page Up — scroll a whole screen to the left;

Page Down — scroll a whole screen to the left;

Home — move the chart to the start point (first bar);

End — move the chart to the end point (last, i.e. most current) bar;

"" — zoom out (there are 6 levels of zoom available);

"+" — zoom in;

 

Delete — delete all selected objects;

Backspace — delete most recently added objects, on a last-added-first-removed basis;

Enter — open/close the fast navigation window;

Esc — close any dialog window;

F1 — open the on line help "Userguide";

F2 — open the "History Center" window;

F3 — open the "Global Variables" window;

F4 — open MetaEditor;

F5 — switch to the next profile;

Shift+F5 — switch to the previous profile;

F6 — call the "Tester" dialog window for testing the expert attached to the chart window;

F7 — call the properties dialog window of the expert attached to their chart window, in order to change its settings;

F8 — call the chart setup dialog window, allowing basic chart parameters, colors, etc to be changed;

F9 — call the "New Order" window, allowing the entry of market, limit, stop orders;

F10 — open the "Popup prices" window;

F11 — enable/disable full screen mode;

F12 — scroll the chart one bar to the left;

Shift+F12 — scroll the chart one bar to the right;

Alt+1 — display the chart as OHLC bars;

Alt+2 — display the chart as OHLC candlesticks;

Alt+3 — display the chart as a line (closing prices only);

 

Alt+A — copy all test/optimization results onto the clipboard;

Alt+W — call the chart management window;

Alt+F4 — exit the program;

 

Ctrl+A — arrange all indicator window heights by default;

Ctrl+B — call the "Objects List" dialog window;

Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert — copy selected item to the clipboard;

Ctrl+D — open/close the "Data Window";

Ctrl+E — enable/disable the attached expert advisor;

Ctrl+F — switch to "Crosshair" mode;

Ctrl+G — show/hide the vertical/horizontal grid;

Ctrl+H — show/hide the OHLC line;

Ctrl+I — call the "Indicators List" dialog window;

Ctrl+L — show/hide volume data on the main chart;

Ctrl+M — open/close the "Market Watch" window;

Ctrl+N — open/close the "Navigator" window;

Ctrl+O — open the "Setup" window;

Ctrl+P — print the chart;

Ctrl+R — open/close the "Tester" window;

Ctrl+S — save the chart prices (OHLCV) in a file having extensions: "CSV", "PRN" or "HTM";

Ctrl+T — open/close the "Terminal" window;

Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F4 — close the chart window that's currently in focus;

Ctrl+Y— show/hide date (period) separators;

Ctrl+Z or Alt+Backspace — undo object deletions in the reverse order they occurred;

 

Ctrl+F6 — switch to the next chart window;

Ctrl+F9 — open the "Terminal — Trade" window and switch the focus into it, allowing trading operations to be entered via the keyboard.

 

hier noch mehr dazu

 

Use of the mouse and mousewheel, and their keyboard equivalents

Scrolling the chart

Hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse in the main chart area, to scroll left/right.

Or you can also simply roll the mousewheel down/up, or use the left/right arrow keys, to likewise scroll the chart view left/right.

To scroll a whole screen at a time, use Page Up (scroll left) and Page Down (scroll right).

To reposition to the leftmost bar on the chart, press Home.To reposition to the most recent (rightmost) bar, press End.

To step forward one bar at a time, press F12.

To step backward one bar at a time, press Shift-F12.

Scrolling a chart beyond the leftmost bar will add historical bars to the beginning of the chart, until no more are available from MT4's historical database.

 

Moving directly to a certain date/time

To re-position immediately to a certain date, press Enter, then type in the date in the form DD.MM.YY and press Enter again. Leading zeros can be omitted (e.g. to move to 4 July 2005, type 4.7.5). To re-position to a certain date/time, use the format HH:MM or DD.MM.YY HH:MM (e.g. to position to 8:07am TODAY on a 1-min chart, simply type 8:7).

 

You can also use the "Fast Navigation Box" to change either the currency symbol, or the period, thus:

 

  • 1. [time (hours:minutes)] example: 08:30; 8:30;
  • 2. [date] example: 2004.10.16; 16.10.2004; 16.10.04;
  • 3. [date and time] example: 2004.10.16 8:30; 16.10.2004 8:30; 16.10.04 8:30;
  • 4. [symbol] example: GBPUSD; EURUSD;
  • 5. [chart period] example: M1; M5; M15; M30; H1; H4; D1; W1; MN;
  • 6. [symbol], [chart period] example: GBPUSD, M30; EURUSD, D1;

Vertical zoom and re-scale

You can re-scale the chart vertically by moving the mouse into the vertical axis area at the right of the screen, and then dragging downwards (with the left button held down) to compress the chart bars, or dragging upwards to expand them.

Double click to reset the chart to its original scale.

 

Horizontal zoom and re-scale

Similarly, you can adjust the width of the price bars by moving the mouse into the horizontal axis area at the bottom of the screen, and then dragging right (zoom in) or left (zoom out). Or simply use the "+" and "–" keys to achieve this.

 

Indicators

Double-click on or near indicators with the left mouse button, to call their parameter setup windows.

Right-click to call the indicator's context menu.

 

If the screen is cluttered with overlapping indicators and/or objects, making it too difficult to select the desired indicator, press Ctrl-I to call up the Indicators dialog window. Double click (or click the Edit button, or Alt-E) on the indicator to edit its properties (parameters, colors, etc), or click the Delete button (or Alt-D) to remove it from the chart.

You can use the Home, End and Page/arrow Up/Down keys to navigate up/down the list.

 

Objects

Double-click on or near an object (line studies, texts, arrows, geometric shapes) to select the object. Once selected, you can move an object by left clicking on it (or in the case of or trendline or shape, it's center handle) and dragging it to the desired destination. Shapes, trendlines, channels etc may be extended by dragging the handles on the relevant edges. The number "X/Y" appears, where "X" = the width of the shape in candles, and "Y" = the height of the shape in pips.

Right-click on a selected object to open its context menu.

 

If the screen is cluttered with overlapping indicators and/or objects, making it too difficult to select the desired object(s), press Ctrl-B to call up the Objects dialog window. Left click the check boxes on/off to select/deselect relevant object(s). Double click (or click the Edit button, or Alt-E) on an object to edit its properties (parameters, colors, etc), or click the Delete button (or Alt-D) to remove it from the chart. To quickly delete a whole block of objects, repeatedly press Alt-D or hold it down (careful, they disappear rather quickly!)

You can use the Home, End and Page/arrow Up/Down keys to navigate up/down the list.

Click on the 'Name' or 'Description' heading area to sort by name, or description, respectively.

Left-click to select an item. You can use Ctrl-click to add individual items to a selection, Shift-click to add a group of consecutive items, or press Ctrl-A to select all items. Then click the Edit button (or press Alt-E) to edit all items in the group consecutively, or the Delete button (or press Alt-D) to delete all selected items simultaneously (careful!).

 

Alternatively, from the chart window, press Backspace repeatedly to delete the most recently added object(s) on a last-added-first-removed basis (useful if you want to quickly check out a Fibo or regression channel, then remove it). Then press Ctrl-Z to undo any accidental deletes, in reverse order.

Or press the Delete key to remove ALL SELECTED objects.

 

Parallel Trendlines

Ctrl + left click on a selected trend line to draw a parallel trend line (create a channel). Can also be used with vertical and horizontal lines.

 

Duplicating objects

The 'Parallel Trendlines' concept extends to ALL objects (vertical, horizontal and trend lines; shapes – triangle, square, ellipse; text and labels; arrows and symbols; and studies like channels, Fibo, Gann, Pitchfork, etc). Here's how to duplicate any object:

 

– Select the object by clicking on it**

– While holding down the Ctrl key: move the mouse over any one of the object's handles, and, holding down the left button drag the mouse to where you want the duplicated object to be located

 

This shortcut also duplicates all of the proprties of the parent object, e.g. if you have red, green and blue objects, and you want to create a green one, simply duplicate it. This is quicker than creating a new object, and then changing its color to green.

 

** Object selection options

Press Ctrl-O and then select the 'Objects' tab.

 

– "Select object by single mouse click" – if checked OFF, you must double click to select an object, and right click to modify its properties. If checked ON, single click to select an object, and double click to modify its properties.

 

– "Select object after creation" – if checked ON, any object is automatically selected immediately after you create it.

 

– "Show properties after creation" – if checked ON, the property modification window for the object is displayed, immediately after you create the object.

 

OR

 

Press Ctrl-B to display the objects list. Click on the checkbox (at left) for each object you want selected.

 

Information Bubble

Hover the mouse cursor on or over an element, object or indicator to see the prompt (help information bubble).

 

Crosshair mode, and ruler tool

Click the mousewheel to switch cursor to the "crosshair" mode.

This can also be achieved by pressing Ctrl-F, or selecting the crosshair icon from the toolbar. The crosshairs also display vertical (price) and horizontal (date/time) co-ordinates at the right and bottom of the chart.

Simply left-click to exit crosshair mode.

 

Now, here is something extremely useful that I haven't found in the on-line help:

While in crosshair mode, hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse to obtain a ruler-type tool that measures vertical (number of pips) and horizontal (number of bars) from the center of the crosshairs. The tool displays counters in the form "A/B/C" where A is the number of bars right or left of the crosshair, B is the number of pips from crosshair to cursor, and C is the price at the cursor.

 

I find "B" extremely useful for measuring the number of pips between any two points, thus:

1) move the mouse to the point you want to measure from (the "anchor" point);

2) click the mousewheel to enter crosshair mode;

3) then hold down the left button and move the mouse to any number of destination points, to see the number of pips between the anchor point and the current mouse destination.

This saves having to calculate this distance manually, as the difference between two prices. Pretty cool!

You can also use this facility to count price bars (reading "A") between any two dates/times.

 

Reference and anchor points

At the lower left of the chart there is a dark colored arrow. Dragging it with the mouse sets the reference (anchor) point for the chart. Now when you zoom in or out, or even change the timeframe, this point remains anchored at its existing location.

 

At the upper right of the chart there is likewise a dark colored arrow. Drag it left or right with the mouse to set the location for the last (most current) bar on the chart (i.e. set the amount of empty "whitespace" at the right of the chart).

 

List of hotkeys

 

There are many other useful hotkeys. Here is a comprehensive list:

 

Left arrow — scroll chart to the left;

Right arrow — scroll chart to the right;

Up arrow — quickly scroll chart to the left or (if the scale is defined), scroll chart upwards;

Down arrow — quickly scroll chart to the right or (if the scale is defined), scroll chart downwards;

 

Numpad 5 — restores chart vertical scale to its original default. If the scale was defined, this returns the chart back to its visible range;

 

Page Up — scroll a whole screen to the left;

Page Down — scroll a whole screen to the left;

Home — move the chart to the start point (first bar);

End — move the chart to the end point (last, i.e. most current) bar;

 

"" — zoom out (there are 6 levels of zoom available);

"+" — zoom in;

 

Delete — delete all selected objects;

Backspace — delete most recently added objects, on a last-added-first-removed basis;

 

Enter — open/close the fast navigation window;

Esc — close any dialog window;

 

F1 — open the on line help "Userguide";

F2 — open the "History Center" window;

F3 — open the "Global Variables" window;

F4 — open MetaEditor;

F5 — switch to the next profile;

F6 — call the "Tester" dialog window for testing the expert attached to the chart window;

F7 — call the properties dialog window of the expert attached to their chart window, in order to change its settings;

F8 — call the chart setup dialog window, allowing basic chart parameters, colors, etc to be changed;

F9 — call the "New Order" window, allowing the entry of market, limit, stop orders;

F10 — open the "Popup prices" window;

F11 — enable/disable full screen mode;

F12 — scroll the chart one bar to the left;

 

Shift+F12 — scroll the chart one bar to the right;

Shift+F5 — switch to the previous profile;

 

Alt+1 — display the chart as OHLC bars;

Alt+2 — display the chart as OHLC candlesticks;

Alt+3 — display the chart as a line (closing prices only);

 

Alt+A — copy all test/optimization results onto the clipboard;

Alt+W — call the chart management window;

Alt+F4 — exit the program;

 

Ctrl+A — arrange all indicator window heights by default;

Ctrl+B — call the "Objects List" dialog window;

Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert — copy to the clipboard;

Ctrl+D — open/close the "Data Window";

Ctrl+E — enable/disable the attached expert advisor;

Ctrl+F — switch to "Crosshair" mode;

Ctrl+G — show/hide the vertical/horizontal grid;

Ctrl+H — show/hide the OHLC line;

Ctrl+I — call the "Indicators List" dialog window;

Ctrl+L — show/hide volume data on the main chart;

Ctrl+M — open/close the "Market Watch" window;

Ctrl+N — open/close the "Navigator" window;

Ctrl+O — open the "Setup" window;

Ctrl+P — print the chart;

Ctrl+R — open/close the "Tester" window;

Ctrl+S — save the chart prices (OHLCV) in a file having extensions: "CSV", "PRN" or "HTM";

Ctrl+T — open/close the "Terminal" window;

Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F4 — close the chart window that's currently in focus;

Ctrl+Y— show/hide date (period) separators;

Ctrl+Z or Alt+Backspace — undo object deletions in the reverse order they occurred;

 

Ctrl+F6 — switch to the next chart window;

Ctrl+F9 — open the "Terminal — Trade" window and switch the focus into it, allowing trading operations to be entered via the keyboard.

 

Attaching indicators to indicators outside of the main price chart

You can attach moving averages and other indicators to indicators on other than the main chart. For example, if you want to use a moving average to smooth RSI, do the following:

1) Create a lower window with RSI in the normal manner.

2) Open the navigator window (press Ctrl-N).

3) Click on the "Indicators" heading in the Navigator window, if necessary, to expand it.

4) Move the mouse to the "Moving Average" item, then (holding down the left button), drag it (a rectangle appears under the arrow cursor) into the RSI window.

5) In the ensuing dialog box, got to the "Apply to" drop down, and set this to "First indicator's data". This will cause the MA to be attached to the first indicator in this window, i.e. the RSI.

6) Adjust other parameters as desired, and press Enter.

 

NOTE:

– To create an indicator in a separate window, right-click on its name in the Navigator, and select "Attach to a chart".

– To create an indicator in the same window as another, drag it's name into the relevant window.

 

Adding custom-defined indicators to MT4

One of the most powerful MT4 features is that it has a comprehensive but friendly programming language that allows custom-defined indicators, scripts and expert advisors to be written. Here's how to import an already written indicator into MT4's charting facility:

 

1) Go to a web resource that has the source code for the indicator. A good one is http://www.xeatrade.com/trading/11.html

Note the "# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z" index.

So if you want to add (for example) the PPCI indicator to your charts, click on "P" to see all the custom-developed indicators starting with a "P".

Left-click on the PPCI hyperlink. The source code for PPCI appears in the middle of the screen. Left-click inside this window, then press Ctrl-A to select all of the text, then Ctrl-C to copy it.

 

2) Return to MT4, and press F4 to load the MetaEditor, a tool which allows to create and compile your own indicators, scripts and experts.

 

3) In MetaEditor, press Ctrl-N to create a new indicator using the Expert Advisor Wizard.

Select the "Custom Indicator" radio button, and click Next.

Type in the name (e.g. PCCI) that you want to use to reference your indicator in MT4, ignore the other fields, and click Next.

On the final dialog window, ignore all fields, and click Finish.

 

4) Now left-click in the body of the screen, press Ctrl-A to select all the text, and then press Ctrl-V to paste the text you copied back in step 1, completely overwriting the previous text.

 

5) Then press F5 to save and compile your indicator.

 

Hopefully, the message "0 error(s), 0 warning(s)" will appear, indicating a "clean compile", i.e. that the programmer wrote the source code correctly, without syntax errors. Press Esc to close the dialog box.

 

Presto! If you now return to MT4, the new custom indicator should automatically appear both in the Navigator, and also under the menu option "Insert > Indicators > Custom" if you prefer to add it to your chart in this manner.

 

You can also add scripts and experts in the same way.

In step (1), select the "MQ4 Scripts" or "MQ4 Experts" hyperlink in the left menu.

In step (3), select the appropriate radio button.

 

Note that these objects are stored in the following folders:

Experts: c:\program files\ broker name>\experts

Scripts: c:\program files\\experts\scripts

Custom indicators: c:\program files\\experts\indicators

Include (program code, e.g. .MQH) files: c:\program files\\experts\include

Templates: c:\program files\\templates

Data files: c:\program files\\experts\files

 

NOTE: As an alternative to the above, if you simply copy the .MQ4 file into the relevant folder, and then (exit and) re-start MT4, the expert, script or indicator will automatically be recompiled, and appear in the Navigator.

Hier noch ein Link zu einer ausführlichen Metatrader Tips Seite

 

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Und zum Schluß noch ein Link zu einer sehr ausführlichen TA Seite, leider auch in Englisch, es ist halt nicht leicht richtig gute Seiten in Deutsch zu finden,

obwohl es dort auch einige gibt.

 

Auf der Seite ist über Pattern, Fibos, Trading Set ups, Candle Erklärungen, MM usw. wirklich fast alles zu finden.

 

ic.arrow.right.png Thomas Bulkowski

 

So das wars erstmal wieder, Tschüß bis demnächst...

 

Gruß Vola

 

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Warum versteckst Du diesen Beitrag im Blog :wub:

Das wäre z.B. wieder ein schöner Artikel für die Knowledge Base gewesen.

 

Danke Dir Vola! Nice find

 

 

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Hm, dachte im Blog müsste auch mal wieder was passieren...

Naja, dann werde ich den Artikel jetzt noch mal indie Knowledge Base hochladen.

Denke halt manchmal das mein MT Wissen, das sich ja größtenteils auf die Grundfunktionen

und etwas Know How in der Bedienung der Plattform beschränkt, dann auch irgendwann etwas aufdringlich wirkt. wenn ich da ständig unaufgefordert solche Grundlagen poste.

Es gibt so viele User bei Tom die sich weit besser mit MT auskennen als ich, da tue ich mich mit dem unaufgefordeten posten dann etwas schwer, da ich dann irgendwie denke das der Eindruck entsteht, Ach der schon wieder.

Daher habe ich halt manche Sachen in den Blog gepackt, da ich dann denke, jeder der hier reingeht weiß in etwa was ihn hier erwartet.

Beispiel Blog proudroses, da geht man rein für ihre Tagesausblicke die ja auf Funda Daten und News aufbauen, und sie postet sie aber nicht, sondern hält das halt auf ihren Blog beschränkt.

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Bloß mal als Idee, wie man auf neue Artikel im Blog aufmerksam machen könnte:

http://fx.tinozi.de/pictures/Blogs_in_TM.jpg

 

Ich weiss nicht, ob sich das so umsetzen ließe, vielleicht hat Cheffe schon was Besseres geplant?

Anfangs hatten wir ja immer im Traders Talk einen kurzen Hinweis abgegeben, wenn ein neuer Artikel im Blog geschrieben war. Das fand ich dann mit der Zeit ein wenig aufdringlich, weil ich ja fast täglich einen neuen Blogeintrag zu vermelden hatte.

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Hi Tino

Da schreibe ich mal mit Whipsaws Worten, tolle Idee, aber wird wieder im Blog versteckt.

Denke dieser Vorschlag ist einen eigenen Thread wert...

Gruß Vola

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