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How to set up your MT4 charts? 

Last Updated: August 31, 2022

By Rayner Teo

In this video post, I’ll explain to you how to set up your MT4 charts that look like mine.

How to Setup the MT4 charts:

I hope you have enjoyed this video post. As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!

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  • Hi Rayner,

    Thank you very much for all the information you have provided here. very resourceful and hats off to you for sharing your knowledge with rest of the world. Truly a great individual you are.

    I’m based out of Singapore but i trade only in the US market as of now. I use Ameritrade Asia account for my trading. I have few questions for you,

    1. Is there any other brokerages in Singapore that are better than Ameritrade Asia (thinkorswim platform) ?

    2. I currently use Yahoo Finance to see 20 EMA, 50 EMA for his tickers. I really like the tool you have used in this video ? Any other recommendations to keep track of the charts, candlesticks etc ?

    • Hi Naveen

      It largely depends on what markets you are trading.

      You can try tradingview they have plenty of markets covered. Or MT4 for the forex markets.


    • Hi Rayner,

      first of all, I want to say thank you for educational material and regular update. I am and have learnt a lot. Just a quick question on the EMA, On what timeframe should you use the 8 and 20ema, 50 and 200ema and what is the significant of the numbers.

      Thank you

      • Hey Francis

        There is no significance to these numbers. They just help gauge the type of trends the market is currently in.

        I use in on the timeframes I trade, which is the 4-hour and daily timeframe.

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