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The latest beta version of the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform will be released on Friday, February 23, 2024.

In beta build 4210, the standard terminal includes 28 new trading robots and 12 technical indicators. They will assist in learning the MQL5 language and developing your own trading strategies. Also, this build provides improvements to the display of margin requirements in symbol specifications. Another innovation is the ability to automatically shut down the platform upon completion of script operations using configuration files. This allows the execution of various one-time tasks without using extra computer resources.

New functions for working with ONNX machine learning models have been added to MQL5. With these functions, you can input parameters like Float16 and Float8 to models.

MetaEditor features improved built-in search. Online and local search results are now displayed in different tabs for convenience. The developers have also added the search feature for the recently released book “MQL5 Programming for Traders”.

MetaQuotes invites all traders to join testing in order to evaluate the updated platform features and to help developers fix errors. To update the MetaTrader 5 platform to the new beta build, navigate to Help \ Check Desktop Updates \ Latest Beta Version:


The final build of the new MetaTrader 5 platform will be released after the public beta test.

The update will feature the following changes:

  • Terminal: Added 28 new Expert Advisors and 12 new indicators to the standard platform package. The applications are available in the Expert Advisors\Free Robots and Indicators\Free Indicators sections in the Navigator. Each program is available as source code with detailed comments to assist you in learning the MQL5 language.

The robots implement trading strategies based on technical indicators and candlestick patterns, such as 3 Black Crows – 3 White Soldiers, Bullish Engulfing – Bearish Engulfing, Bullish Harami – Bearish Harami and others. New indicators are implementations of popular channels: Camarilla, DeMark, Donchian, Fibonacci and Keltner, among others.

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  • Terminal: Preparations are underway for the launch of Nasdaq market data subscriptions. Right from the platform, traders will be able to access real-time quotes and deep price histories for hundreds of financial instruments from one of the largest exchanges. Subscriptions will be available to any user having a demo account on the MetaQuotes-Demo server and an account.

To get started, you only need to purchase a subscription and add the relevant symbols to your Market Watch. You can use these symbols as regular instruments: open charts, analyze them using objects and indicators, and run Expert Advisors in the strategy tester. Access to all information is implemented as for ordinary financial instruments with which you work with a broker.

  • MQL5: The developers continue expanding support for ONNX models.

Machine learning tasks do not always require greater computational accuracy. To speed up calculations, some models use lower-precision data types such as Float16 and even Float8.

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