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Overall Score: 2.5 / 5
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kevinf

Member Since Dec 30, 2011  5 posts kevinf Mar 16 2012 at 17:23

   forexRules posted:
   kevinf- ou should see a 'wrench' symbol next to your open position... should be able to set your stop loss and take profit values there


Thanks for the help. I clicked on the 'wrench' but didn't see anything saying 'take profit'. I saw a stop and limit button and was wondering if the limit button was for setting 'take profit' I tried it and it worked perfect lol

Thanks..

JuanDavidV

Member Since Jan 26, 2012  5 posts JuanDavidV May 09 2012 at 06:34
I have been using Tradency both, Demo and Live for some months.

I can only say one thing about it. It is a great platform with a lot of potential... sadly it doest have a single profitable, and stable strategy. Trust me, there is not even one strategy with at least a years of successful trading...

Professor53

Member Since Dec 15, 2010  728 posts Professor 53 Author of Quail Notes on Amazon EBooks. (Professor53) May 10 2012 at 16:35
It it very difficult to use tradency?
thanks
Garry

   JuanDavidV posted:
   I have been using Tradency both, Demo and Live for some months.

I can only say one thing about it. It is a great platform with a lot of potential... sadly it doest have a single profitable, and stable strategy. Trust me, there is not even one strategy with at least a years of successful trading...

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astock

Member Since Oct 24, 2011  1 posts ts (astock) Aug 18 2012 at 08:27
hello,

i am using tradency, now tradency for 1 week, with in the first 2 days high emotions , but then changed too sad emotions bc strong drawdown, for 3 days .

the platform is good looking and you can adjust a lot.

i observed, closing a trade immediately (manual ), is impossible. longest waiting was 1 minute.

i have some questions to the more experienced trader.
- is it better to adjust the strategy ? sometime i see the stop/loss is very big

- they let run the trades into big minus but close the trades, even a newbie can see with very small profits ( 1-5 pips )
it makes sense to handle them manually, if i have the time ?? but actually i always thinking thise are more professional traders.

- the trades of strategies are running by ea's ??

i was not expecting to make a big money, but if you see after some gains, you loose evry day, makes it frustrating.

maybe in the forum are some trader of the platform and they can give us some explanations.

regards

as

jagui

Member Since Nov 26, 2009  33 posts jagui Apr 06 2013 at 14:29
I tested tradency as a signal providers several times in the last few years. Every time I started a test I stopped it after a few days because, stated simply, the platform just doesn't work.

I used their MT4 bridge EA and every time the trades reported on the platform were different from the trades in my account, in some cases VERY different. I don't trust this platform. Maybe the only way to use it for good is by entering the trades manually, I don't know.

There's always something to improve
thirdbdrainsa

Member Since Jan 28, 2013  4 posts ThirdBrainFx (thirdbdrainsa) May 19 2013 at 11:25
Did you contact their technical support ? Tradency's support is very good and give you all the advice needed if you have some difficulties. In public mode, there is some paramaters to respect : delay between 2 opened trade, max SL ect...

The bridge EA is one of the best we use.

The link of tradency is stable and you have little latency. We based all our signal's provider business on it and we are happy of them after this 3 years of partnership.

We are signal provider with them since 2010 and all is working perfectly. We also use tradency with our own client in wealth management in Switzerland then....

Clever and Smart Trading
jagui

Member Since Nov 26, 2009  33 posts jagui May 25 2013 at 09:13
Yes, I contacted their support, and they where quick and good, but the problems are inside the platform. When I see that trades on Tradency have stop losses completely different than mine (by 200 pips or more) and that trades are closed on Tradency with a 30 pips loss while mine are 150 pips in profit, there is no technical support that can help. The platform is poor designed. The worse thing is that trades can be closed on the platform while mine are still open. They said this is intented, so I said it's plain shit.

There's always something to improve
thirdbdrainsa

Member Since Jan 28, 2013  4 posts ThirdBrainFx (thirdbdrainsa) May 27 2013 at 13:38
What broker(s) do you used ?

Indeed we don't have the same experience....(as we are both client and signal provider...) with our signals.

Some 'little brokers' could have poor platform as the Mirror Trader is plugged on MT4....if their hosting in MT4 is not good, the platform could be very slow ect...

Clever and Smart Trading
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