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Member Since Jan 06, 2013  1 posts AdaptiveGlobalLP Jan 07 2013 at 09:01
I think it would be a good thing if myfxbook became a signal provider, where investors could autotrade the systems found here. It would benefit both the providers and traders by generating revenue streams through the sale of system following and trading profitability.


Member Since Dec 15, 2012  3 posts martin115 Jan 11 2013 at 21:37
This is definitely a great idea. I realize it is not a trivial task for myfxbook developers but they surely know how to get any job done and I would love to see that implemented.
Personally, I see a lot of consistently profitable strategies on myfxbook which seem to work in intra-high frequency domain. If this could be successfully implemented, it would fill a hole in signal provider market.


Member Since Apr 28, 2012  215 posts Surrealistik Jan 12 2013 at 04:17
Makes all the sense in the world.

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Member Since Dec 04, 2011  4 posts sasha100 Feb 03 2013 at 07:42
I fully support the idea.

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