In the trading activity link, then history I see a thing you can do to improve Votes Results
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Member Since Aug 19, 2009  19 posts Raphael Cadosch Delmar (donnalife) Jan 04 2010 at 12:47
My system called 'Donnalife' cancel a lot of orders, and these orders are been sent to the history page, but as you can see I only made 263 trades, but in my history it appears as 3459 orders,
For a person looking at my history its pretty damn boring to see many operations with 0 profit, that were cancel orders.
Can you make a new tab , were you send the cancelled orders?
raphael cadosch delmar

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Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1309 posts Ethan (Staff) Jan 04 2010 at 13:29
We can definitely do that.

Thanks for the suggestion!


Member Since Nov 21, 2009  11 posts fx_midaso Jan 09 2010 at 03:11
Same problem with my history page. many trades that are either cancelled or closed at trade price (with 0 P/L) are counted as trades. trades that were stopped at 0 P/L are also taken into account as winning trades. please add ability to delete trades that have 0 profit / loss in the history page. the history page will look neat.

continue doing great job.

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