This video explores the "Terminal window" and the subtleties of working with it in the Meta Trader 4 terminal.
"Terminal" is a multifunctional window that lets you access various terminal features.
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The window can be opened by the "View — Terminals" menu command, by pressing the key combination Ctrl+T,or by pressing the "Terminal" button of the "Standard" toolbar.
There are tabs The Several in the window: Trade: with the with In the the this the tab you the can view the status of the the open positions and pending '' orders '' as with a with a well as with all the manage with the trading activities Insider An Insider.
The strings of trade operations contain complete information about the order, including the symbol name,
time and price of position opening or order placement, the amount of lots participating in operation, the current financial result of the transaction and other information.You can manage trading via the context menu.
It can be activated by right-clicking in the trade field or on the particular order. It lets you open a new position,modify or close the order, place "trailing stops," and customize the displayed fields in the table.
If you double-click on the open position, the window for managing this position will appear.
if you double-click in the cell with Stop Loss or Take Profit, the window for modifying the position will appear.
Information about all trade operations performed is stored in the "Account History" tab. Also, the balance of the account is reflected, excluding open positions.With the help of this tab, you can analyze the efficiency of your trading from the beginning.
The records in this tab reflect the full information about the transaction being performed.
Commands with which you manage the history range and data performance, as well as commands of history data exporting, are grouped in the context menu.
You can easily display a history of performed trades as a chart.
To do so, simply use the mouse to drag the necessary trade on a chart.
The list of incoming financial news is stored in the "News" tab.This timely information is indispensable for a fundamental analysis and building your market forecast. The time of news receipt, its topic and category are published in the table.
The context menu lets you change the representation form of news and even copy news to the clipboard.
If there is no "News" tab in the "Terminal" window, it means that no news has come yet. If the "Enable news" option is disabled in the Terminal settings, news will not be received.
The "Alerts" tab contains the information about created alerts, which can also be modified here.
Any files that are executable in the operating environment (including wave files) and messages to be sent by e-mail can be used as alerts.
The alerts are intended for signaling about events in the market. Having created alerts, one may leave the monitor. The client terminal will automatically inform you of a server event.
The alert will work if the buy price or the sell price rises above or falls below the specified value, or when the specified time value has come.
The context menu commands are intended for managing alerts.
Using this menu, you can create, modify, delete or switch off the alert.
The alert won't be deleted when disabled, but it won't be triggered.
It is necessary to specify the parameters of your e-mail address in the program if you wish to receive an e-mail once some event occurs.
From here you can quickly send an e-mail to the system administrator and to department of technical support;
Information about the functions of the attached expert, including opening/closing of positions, order modification,
the expert's own messages, etc., are published in the "Expert Advisors" tab.
Information about terminal launching and events during its operation, including all trade operations performed, is stored in the journal.
Some tabs of the "Terminal" window can be absent. This means they're empty at the moment. They will appear when the relevant information occurs.