abendkohlerM posted: Has anyone signed up with real account and can share their results? A lot of these guys average a few pips per trade.... The lag time and slippage can easily turn those little winners into losers for subscribers.
I am also interested to see the result! It would be great if anyone share any result.
hi all not sure if this is the right thread .. are you allowed to list your account in signalstart whilst it is being assessed (pending) for autotrade? I cant see how this would be allowed right? cheers G
Spearion posted: hi all not sure if this is the right thread .. are you allowed to list your account in signalstart whilst it is being assessed (pending) for autotrade? I cant see how this would be allowed right? cheers G
I think its allowed. I see systems listing on both services (turtle eur, lucky pound etc).
OK thanks. I wonder what the break down of subscribers is for those that are on both autotrade and signalstart... Would be better for subscribers to go through autotrade rather than signalstart ie avoid sub fees? Just curious..
Thank you for the insight. I think any time dependent strategies like scalping and arbitrage (predatory) would be difficult to have copied - which is why I have avoided building them. I agree that if you aim to have your system made available for copying then slippage and execution delays need to be accommodated for (amongst other things).
In autotrade you can compare the slippage between provider and your account. You have to do that with real accounts not with demo accounts. I'm still disappointed trying different brokers. Today I had a -14pips closing slippage with ICMarkets. If like this then you cannot make win copying trades!
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