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How to Detect Hidden Open Entry in MT4
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ufotech

Member Since Jan 05, 2020  28 posts ufotech (ufotech) Jan 16 at 06:01
Feramdanny posted:
ufotech posted:
Feramdanny posted:
please tell me what do you think about the trade in the left side?
it is not opened in real time

when the trade in the right side open in real time
thx


The video you provided shows an order being opened on both charts.

There is a slight delay between the two accounts, but this appears to be a latency issue.




No, its clearly not a latency issue
I tried to copy the account in the left side, to my account in the right side

please look again once more
account in the left was open a trade very far from the actual market price
while account in the right open a trade in actual market price

its more than broker abuse rather than a simple latency issue


The two charts appear to be from different data feeds. Perhaps one is Live and One is demo?
Regardless though, it IS a latency issue.
Once the ticket is generated on the first account, you are then copying that ticket to the second account.
When you copy the trades, you will experience a latency delay.
Two different data price feeds with what appears to be about a 1 second latency delay.

If you want to be profitable, make profitable trades.
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