The Course

Module 1 39.58
Modules 1 & 2. 69.16
Modules 1,2,3 108.74
Modules 1,2,3,4 199.58

Module 1

Module 1 The Basics
Unit 1 A Look Around the "New" MetaEditor
Unit 2 Precompiler Lines and the FrameWork of Our Code
Module 2 610 Functions Explained and the Debugger
Unit 1 How a Function is Written
Unit 2 Calling a Function
Unit 3 Debugger
Module 3 610 Variables and Data Types
Unit 1 Variables and Data Types
Unit 2 Integers, Bytes, Bits? How a Computer Stores Numbers
Unit 3 Keeping Time With DateTime and OnTimer()
Unit 4 Working With the Color Integer Data Type
Unit 5 Creating Our Own Integer Data Types with Enumerations
Unit 6 Boolean Type Integers
Unit 7 Floats,Doubles and Strings
Unit 8 Global Scope, Local Scope and Static Variables
Unit 9 Extern or Input?
Module 4 Operations
Unit 1 Arithmetic Operations
Unit 2 Assignment Operations
Unit 3 Relation Operations
Unit 4 Boolean Operations
Unit 5 Ternary Operator
Unit 6 Switch Operator
Unit 7 While and Do While Loop Operators
Unit 8 For Loop Operator
Module 5 Object Oriented Programming Basics: Structures and Classes.
Unit 1 Structures
Unit 2 Structures...Classes...Necessary?
Unit 3 Constructors
Unit 4 Destructors
Unit 5 Classes, Setters and Getters
Unit 6 Encapsulation, Extensibility, Overloading, PolyMorphism?
Unit 7 Using the Mql4 Wizard to Create a Class
Unit 8 Inheritance
Unit 9 OOP Conclusion and Commentary
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Module 2

Module 1 So What's a Script and How Do We Make One?
Unit 1 What is a Script?
Unit 2 Daily Range Script
Module 2 MessageBox A Useful Tool
Unit 1 Introduction to MessageBox
Unit 2 Message Box Flags
Unit 3 #Defines and the Hexadecimal System
Unit 4 Using MessageBox to Choose Our Path
Module 3 Getting Our Attention with Email and Push Notifications
Unit 1 Sounding an Alert
Unit 2 Email and Push Notifications
Module 4 Knowledge Is Power (Gathering Information)
Unit 1 Gathering Information Using Pre Defined Variables.
Unit 2 MarketInfo() Function Part1
Unit 3 MarketInfoFunction() Part2
Unit 4 AccountInfo
Module 5 Order Management Using Scripts
Unit 1 Sending Orders With Scripts
Unit 2 Selecting an Order For Modification
Unit 3 Error Checking in Our Code
Unit 4 Placing Pending Orders
Unit 5 Buying/Selling Scripts and Point/Pip Explained.
Unit 6 Drag And Drop Scripts
Unit 7 Deleting Pending Orders
Unit 8 Using a For Loop to Delete Orders
Unit 9 Closing Market Orders (Trades)
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Module 3

Module 1 Indicators And The Arrays That Make Them Possible
Unit 1 Custom Indicator Introduction
Unit 2 The Simplest Indicator and Where It Comes From
Unit 3 Series Arrays
Unit 4 Array Functions Explained
Module 2 How To Write the Code For an Indicator
Unit 1 How Indicators Become Part of the Chart.
Unit 2 Making the Indicator Display at a Specific Place On the Chart.
Unit 3 The New OnCalculate Function
Unit 4 Drawing With Loops and Array Out of Range
Unit 5 Putting Logic Into Our Indicator
Module 3 Moving our Indicator to a Separate Window
Unit 1 Putting An Indicator in a Separate Window
Unit 2 Setting Properties During OnInit Instead of Using Pre-Compiler Lines.
Module 4 Working With Technical Indicators
Unit 1 Technical Indicators Save A Lot of Coding
Unit 2 Let's Make an MA
Unit 3 Setting up MaCross Graphics
Unit 4 Setting Up MaCross Logic
Module 5 Putting Controls in Our Indicators
Unit 1 Putting Settings In Our MA Cross Signal
Unit 2 Bollinger Band Signals
Unit 3 Fixing Array Out of Range Part 1
Unit 4 Fixing Array Out of Range Part 2
Unit 5 Putting in the Notifications
Module 6 Combining Indicators into One Signal
Unit 1 Bollinger Stochastic Combo Part 1
Unit 2 Bollinger Stochastic Combo Part 2
Module 7 How To Call a Custom Indicator
Unit 1 Calling Custom Indicators Part 1
Unit 2 Calling Custom Indicators Part 2
Unit 3 Calling Custom Indicators Part 3
Module 8 Special Multi-Colored Full Adjustable Macd Indicator
Unit 1 Our Oscillator Part 1
Unit 2 Our Oscillator Part 2
Unit 3 Our Oscillator Part 3
Unit 4 Our Oscillator Part 4
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Module 4

Module 1 Making it Idiot Proof and Controlling Access
Unit 1 Starting From the Beginning
Unit 2 Checking Our Settings
Unit 3 Password Protection
Unit 4 Your Expert Can Close Itself!
Unit 5 Code that will expire.
Module 2 The Basic Foundation
Unit 1 The Mandatory Components of a Basic EA
Unit 2 Reviewing The Basic Components
Module 3 Using iCustom To Call Your Indicator
Unit 1 How to Call a Custom Indicator With iCustom()
Unit 2 Calling With Custom Parameters
Unit 3 Multiple TimeFrame Problems
Unit 4 Custom Indicator Calling Tool and DEMA EA
Unit 5 Practice Your Trigger Coding
Module 4 Adding More Functionality to Our Basic EA
Unit 1 Auto-Generating Our MagicNumbers
Unit 2 Adding Move to BreakEven
Unit 3 Adding a Trailing Stop
Unit 4 Adding a Candle (Swing High/Low) Stop
Unit 5 Solving Stoploss Coding Problems
Unit 6 Moving Indicator Code Into Our Expert Advisor
Module 5 Controlling the Opening and Closing Of Trades
Unit 1 Limiting Number of Orders and Checking if Hedging is Allowed
Unit 2 Closing On Opposite Signal
Unit 3 Closing Trades On a FIFO Compliant Platform
Module 6 Martingaling The Two-Edged Sword
Unit 1 Martingaling
Unit 2 Market Trapper Part 1
Unit 3 Market Trapper Part2
Module 7 Controlling a Sequence of Trades
Unit 1 Using Trade Comments to Identify Trades
Unit 2 Knowing When to Quit Trading
Unit 3 An OnScreen Display to Monitor Our Situation
Unit 4 Setting Lotsize For Each Trade in The Sequence.
Module 8 Basket Trading
Unit 1 Introducing Basket Trading
Unit 2 Coding a MACD Trigger
Unit 3 Controlling our Trade Spacing
Unit 4 The Math of "Cost Averaging"
Unit 5 Closing All Trades Together
Unit 6 Using a Auto-Mild Martingale
Unit 7 Manual Martingale
Unit 8 BasketTrader Smartingale
Unit 9 Displaying the Basket Breakeven
Unit 10 Basket Trader Finished.
Unit 11 Concluding Remarks
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Object Oriented Primer

Module 1 Structures and Classes
Unit 1 OOP Enumerations
Unit 2 OOP Structures
Unit 3 OOP More Structure and Class Differences
Unit 4 OOP Constructors
Unit 5 OOP Destructors
Unit 6 OOP Classes, Setters and Getters
Unit 7 OOP Encapsulation, Extensibility, Overloading, PolyMorphism?
Unit 8 OOP Using the Mql4 Wizard to Create a Class
Unit 9 OOP Inheritance
Unit 10 Conclusion and Commentary
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