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watch this video. can be interesting

Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 21:10
1341 posts
guys are you watching US Open semifinal Federe cokoviç ( very difficoult to spell )
my favorite is cokoviç 😁

Chikot
Sep 10 2011 at 21:31
2299 posts
Demo or not demo.
It is all relative. I was making money on demo and started making money on live too. It all depends how people treat demo trading. The difference only in one's mind.
But it is interesting wehat you mention about brokers' manipulations. as I understand you mean spread manipulations?

walker36 posted:
    they have defend mechanism against all traders. thats for sure and thats I understand due they are dealing with hundred of thousands in miliseconds. but currently those defend mechanısm is working for making money for them not for protecting. I have posted info about FXCM and I have just posted the issue about pepper. most of the traders have no clue about what s going on behind the charts. they believe what they see on the screen.

I wonder if any other pepperstone client has seen that problem I have mentioned.
so this is becoming a war between clients and brokers.

what they do is locking things by tricks. Locks are created to open what HOUDINI says. to open is always easier then locking.

and what I try to open is my wright.

ok I got out topic. 😲

that should not be similiar. thats not necessery. but I should find the backdoor which always exists.😇

currently system is also as you see from portfolio making money. ( thats demo I agree but STP vs STP demos are quite well similiar with real account price feed and reaction. and %50 would be enoguh when you think all trades are hedged. so risk value is as low as '0' [ could not find a calculation of risk yet] )
 
but as you have said I guess I am looking after perfection. I am trying to make it work with more brokers.

what I am sure is this current system definetly make money on pro accounts but those are quite expensive.
due they fill and slippage is much more less.
so focused on avarage brokers to unlock.

regards


Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 21:48
1341 posts
yes

I have noticed that at pepperstone. it was catching my eye but never focused on for long time. then one day when making some EA tests I have seen a difference prices between EA and order execution. so I did investigate. and found out that spread seen on market watch is different then spread I see on the chart. made some tests on demo and live and see same thing on both. I had take a screen capture of pending order execution which was triggered before market watch has reached that price. Long pending order triggered with the ask line seen on the chart not with the real price. I have send the capture to pepper. first they accept then they said it is only on demo then ı have proofed that ıt is also on live then they said order triggered with a tick that chart has not prınt and so on..........

always keep your ask line enabled when trading. and market watch enabled also. compare them with some frequency as you desire.

as I have said there a lot turnşng behind the charts. BE careful..

BTW Cokoviç WON!!😁



Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 21:58
1341 posts
I have checked both scripts and dll. could not find any wrong code. this error is random. so I really thinking of same problem what I have seen on pepper that happen on other brokers. for those tests I had dısabled ask line due spread has nothing to do with arb trades but I guess I should keep it enabled from now to see if it is my fault or broker trick.

I am still %75 betting on my wrong code but...

Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 22:00
1341 posts
well last bets!!!

nadal vs murray

I bet on nadal. >I dont like him but want to see on final with Cokoviç😇

Chikot
Sep 10 2011 at 22:08
2299 posts
Steve, considering Cokoviç name and that you have that last particular letter of his name which is not available in here I assume you are from somewhere around Serbia/ Croatia. Am I right? That Southern Slavic name.


walker36 posted:
    yes

I have noticed that at pepperstone. it was catching my eye but never focused on for long time. then one day when making some EA tests I have seen a difference prices between EA and order execution. so I did investigate. and found out that spread seen on market watch is different then spread I see on the chart. made some tests on demo and live and see same thing on both. I had take a screen capture of pending order execution which was triggered before market watch has reached that price. Long pending order triggered with the ask line seen on the chart not with the real price. I have send the capture to pepper. first they accept then they said it is only on demo then ı have proofed that ıt is also on live then they said order triggered with a tick that chart has not prınt and so on..........

always keep your ask line enabled when trading. and market watch enabled also. compare them with some frequency as you desire.

as I have said there a lot turnşng behind the charts. BE careful..

BTW Cokoviç WON!!😁




Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 22:19
1341 posts
currently number 1 Tennis player. novak djokovic

sorry for spelling. No I am from Turkey. letter ç = ch in english
nick name steve walker is inspired from johnnie walker whisky label
36 attached by yahoo email.

<a href='' target='_blank'><img src=''/></a>

I like that walking character. and I like whisky too.

Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 10 2011 at 22:25
1341 posts
guys and gals,

this called LEARNING BY DOING.
the most expensive way of LEARNING or most innocent way of loosing MONEY.

calculations codes are all correct.

LOGIC is missing the poınt.

I have never thought that MINUS(-) Slippage will work for my favor.
But it is. thats why my calculations are different then the P/L calculation.

Think about it 😉


Chikot
Sep 10 2011 at 22:29
2299 posts
So you drink ? 😀
My wife's parents been to Turkey 3 times. Very good place to have vacations.

walker36 posted:
    currently number 1 Tennis player. novak djokovic

sorry for spelling. No I am from Turkey. letter ç = ch in english
nick name steve walker is inspired from johnnie walker whisky label
36 attached by yahoo email.

<a href='' target='_blank'><img src=''/></a>

I like that walking character. and I like whisky too.

Chikot
Sep 10 2011 at 22:30
2299 posts
Walker is my favorite whiskey actually.
I am from Russia but not very fond of vodka. Whiskey is a much better drink but wine beats everything.

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