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Elkart (Elkart)
Jul 23 2010 at 18:41
941 posts
I wouldn't put my code on a forex dedicated server. Rather put it with a professional data VPS center that doesn't possibly have an agenda.


Paul Ng (paulng)
Aug 15 2010 at 14:03
43 posts
Hmm.... I tend to agree with some other members here. I subscribe to 2 ISP, make sure my notebook has backup power, and another standby notebook just in case the first one crashes. Give other people your code and it becomes their property.

Why play poker if you are so eager to show your hand? Just my own view though. Good luck with your choice of VPS.
Cheers.

"The first rule of forecasting should be that the unforeseen keeps making the future unforeseeable." - David McCasland (January 5,2012, Our Daily Bread)
Elkart (Elkart)
Aug 15 2010 at 14:47
941 posts
Unfortunately not event that is enough here.

We have 5 million tax payers and 45 mil people. And the 45 mil had all been promised free houses by the current government so they would get elected in.

We're already on rolling power cuts and people are flying pigeons with flash drives strapped to their legs as it is faster than DSL. https://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8248056.stm

So when we do have electricity the internet is sometimes so slow it's almost not usable. So some of us needs VPS's....

I actually propose a new form of democracy. One tax payer one vote, if you contribute you can vote...

Fulltime247
Aug 16 2010 at 17:10
131 posts

Elkart posted: I actually propose a new form of democracy. One tax payer one vote, if you contribute you can vote...


Hmmmm.... So the poor dont get to vote!? The world has seen this type of 'democracy' many times and its always a raw deal for those who have less. (For some reason the rich dont support pro-poor legislation) - Aside from that I'd like to ask paul does he have this kind of uptime? I'm with https://forexvps.biz and had over 200+ days of uptime and only 4 incidents of outage this year (and two of those were weekend maint.) - They're the best I've ever used and the service has been Rock-Solid and internet speed tests from the vps are incredibly fast (FAR faster that my home cable connection). When they say they're plugged into the internet backbone its easy to believe. 5454 hrs up vs 2 hrs down (99.95%)

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Elkart (Elkart)
Aug 16 2010 at 17:43
941 posts
Yes Fulltime,

The poor don't get to vote, because they vote for the best promise. Some people here voted for the price of a T- shirt. No one in his right mind would promise houses to 45 million people when 5 million people have to pay for it. It's just not realistic. But the poor believe it, so in a half baked effort to try and at least look credible while the government rapes the country the infrastructure falls apart and were all left with nothing. No poor, no rich, no middle class, no internet, no electric, just goats and cows while the grass lasts.

You can live in your idealistic world, but over here the reality is a bit starker.

Read what I posted. Rolling power cuts, internet slower than pigeons.

No electric, no internet, no money, google Zimbabwe. The pattern is clear and well established.

The only way to help the poor is to make the people who know how to make money make money faster. Help the rich!!! And it will trickle down as they spend and get taxed. You do not take the incentive away from your earners, because they will leave, they're clever enough and welcome enough elsewhere.

So we can be nice to each other - buy the poor houses they voted for - while we neglect the infrastructure and all sit here in the dark and wondered what the hell happened, not even a decade from now, but next week.

Or we can get hard arsed and exclude the uneducated from voting. Voting for a T-shirt does not bring prosperity. I would expect a tax paying voter to be able to at least understand that.

fxtg100
Aug 31 2010 at 15:12
10 posts
I didn't read all this topc. I using forexvps for managing accounts, over 1 year, and they are the best. I was tray some other VPS providers and I will not sugest others. Bad VPS is vpsland and some others - stay away. For serious Expert Advisor trading use forexvps.com.😄

Fulltime247
Aug 31 2010 at 18:47
131 posts

fxtg100 posted:
    I didn't read all this topc. I using forexvps for managing accounts, over 1 year, and they are the best. I was tray some other VPS providers and I will not sugest others. Bad VPS is vpsland and some others - stay away. For serious Expert Advisor trading use forexvps.com.😄


Ha! I agree. 242 Days uptime vs. 2 hrs downtime and counting... https://forexvps.biz is the best I've ever been with. If I wasnt with them I'd prob be with CNS since both appear to be ran by companies that understand the forex world. Top grade VPS operation and extremely cheap prices for the service they deliver. I've been with some terrible ones (VPSLand, etc...) and not having to worry if you're MT4 is running is priceless.

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fxtg100
Aug 31 2010 at 19:20
10 posts
If forexvps doing something on servers they send e-mail to costumers and all work they do ony weekends. The wors that can happend is restarting VPS host. To avoid this very rear downtime MT4 accounts can be added at Windows start up menu - problem solved. Again...the best VPS hosting and support is very good.

radu103
Sep 13 2010 at 14:10
8 posts
I have VPS Lite from www.ucvhost.com
It works ok. I have only 1 platform running with 1 EA and many indicators.

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