As you may have guessed, the answer is of course – NO! In reality, MQL4 is a very trader-friendly language, often as easy as English. Not learning it is a sin (probably!).

It had always been our endeavor to provide Forex traders – novice or experienced – with the necessary knowledge, tools and mentoring.

But one area we have not touched upon before is automating your trading process. If done correctly, the benefits of this are easy to see: your brain is free to think about the market and plan your successful trades.

We are happy to announce the availability of a brand new service: MQL4 Development. Do you have a strategy that you like to automate and relax? We will be releasing more information about this helpful service early next week.

As a first step in this direction, we had arranged for a very special 7-day crash course on MQL4 Development. Yes, we will help you learn MQL4 in 7 days:

Who will benefit of this program?

(1) Experienced traders who like to understand the nuances of the language – probably, you might want to deal better with your developer next time.

(2) Programmers who are new to MQL4 – we promise that you’ll pick up really quick to next stages with this 7-day crash course.

(3) Beginner / Intermediate traders – oh well, there is always an easy and hard way to do anything. Understand MQL4 and see how easily you can do lots of your daily tasks.

Would seven days be sufficient to learn the entire language?

Not at all. But who cares to spend more time than that to do anything these days? So we had decided to squeeze as much as possible into a 7-day period.

This course is NOT meant to make you an MQL4 expert. It is meant to help you understand the basics of the language so you can take better informed decisions. We might probably be able to browse all topics during the course period. We would NOT be able to cover all of them deeply. However, if there is a tremendous demand, we don’t mind introducing longer courses. We are open to your feedback.

What is covered in this course?

A lot. See here for details. We’re hoping to refine the curriculum based on user feedback.

How much does it cost?

Normally such courses cost $1500-$2000 in the market. But we intend to charge only $295, with up to $180 in discounts for groups of multiple traders signing on together.

So let me say that again, MQL4 is a trader’s language and not beginning to learn it is a sin. Take the first step and reserve your seat NOW :)