Changes And Features

When we’ve released the Strategies section, it was meant to act as a collaboration tool for developers to share their strategy tests, tweaks and versions and help them in their development. Unfortunately, many users have abused the fact that Strategies are simple html files, and in effect, can be manipulated easily.

In order to prevent such use, we’ve decided to make a major change in how Strategies are shared publicly – from now on, in order to make your strategy public, you will be required to do at least one of the following:

1. Attach the expert file of the strategy, the source (mql4) or the compiled file (ex4) and any other related files.

2. Link a forward test of the strategy (by selecting a public and fully verified system from your portfolio).

Only a strategy which maintains one of the above requirements can remain public.

The above will help in screening the real strategies. If you have any suggestions on improving the section even more, do let us know!

Also, we’ve added another feature – the magic selection was redesigned and you can also choose which magics to show/hide in analysis:

What else have we added?

– The user page now includes the strategies of the user.

API updated; added comment to open trades and orders methods (check the version changes at the bottom of the page).

Wish you a successful trading week!

The Myfxbook team.

3 New Languages And A Feature

We’ve just added 3 new languages for your selection! Deutsch, Français and Spanish! If you notice any errors in the translations, feel free to go to the translations area and suggest a better translation.

A big thanks to all of the users helping us translate Myfxbook! Thanks to you, Myfxbook is now available in 9 languages 🙂 : English, Čeština, Svenska, Polski, Slovenčina , Русский, Deutsch, Français and Español:

Also, it’s now possible to attach files in your inbox discussions:

Happy Trading!

The Myfxbook team.

Update And 2 Minor Features

As mentioned in our last week’s blog post, all public systems now include the broker information, to increase transparency.

We’ve also added 2 minor features:

1. Twitter posts can now be separated by opening/closing of a trade/order:

2. The advanced statistics table can now be sorted:

As always, the changes and updates we’re doing are based on your suggestions and comments, so if you have a great idea in mind, do let us know by using the suggestion box or by contacting us privately.

Also,  we’ve been receiving a lot of excellent feedback on the new real time publication wizard and many are already using it – a lot of bugs were fixed and many improvements were made – so thank you!

Wish you a profitable trading week! 🙂

The Myfxbook team.