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FX Global PAMM In Trading Systems Yesterday at 12:07
thanks! so the EA is a trade copier? "we" means how many traders? :)
FX Global PAMM In Trading Systems Aug 30 at 00:17
good start!!! can you describe your strategy? are you using an EA? or its a manual trading system + trade copier? have you back tests available? (as the current history is too small, a back test can give us some information on the risk etc...) thanks.
I agree its like MDP. trade on big price movement its why a real account is important here. but its not the type of EA I'll get
any real account instead of a demo one?
[quote]SVEEUK1 posted: Hi! Maybe these two links might help you to figure out what's going on here: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/brokerarbitrage/brokerarbitragecom/931714 http://www.myfxbook.com/members/tpsignal/tpsignal/995747 [/quote] lol very good :)
lol... http://www.worldfinance.com/awards no "best order management" award on the official site... :) and no best mini broker too, or its hidden... and apparently its a "vote for your winner" so nothing based on a real measured element, but based on what the people in the world want...
[quote]sheriftaher posted: Raytonic , you should try exness they won the best order execution in 2013 https://www.exness.com/about_us/awards [/quote] it will be good to know how this award is organized! because I never found any information from any broker about the order execution speed. if they won, so they is a ranking somewhere...
31ms is awesome. compared to the 400ms I can see using a demo account with pepperstone... so in fact 31ms is too good to be true :)
[quote]parlavink posted: how test that steve?[/quote] use this EA: http://www.abundancetradinggroup.com/trade-execution-speed-tester/ but ideally, the arbitrage EA itself should monitor the execution speed. as a real trading activity may be different compared to a test. like million dollars pips EA provides this type of information. the test EA did not do buy or sell orders, just place order away from the signal, this gives some indication, and should be faster than a buy order...
[quote]Raytonic posted: Steve B, I have a hard time believing that a broker of that degree actively works against its customers. I don't think that Pepperstone is on the "other side" and playing me when they are regulated and they accept scalping also.[/quote] near all the brokers say "accept scalping", but none of them guarantee good execution speed and good condition to open / close a trade in few seconds. they are not against you, you are just the best customer for them, you cost more due to the large activity you do against their servers. specially around news event. it......
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