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Member Since Oct 24, 2009  159 posts Pinball (pinball) Nov 16 2009 at 01:22
In the Systems menu page where you can search systems, most searches will get you lots of systems that have not been updated for weeks or even months. - that is - a system that has been trading say 2 months with a nice profit, and then never been updated. Those systems i would like to be able to leave out of the search - anyone can find a 2 month period of extreme profitabillity and throw that at myfxbook.

I suggest this enhancement of the search panel

add a checkbox (default is marked) that is named 'View only active systems'

if it is checked, the returned systems must all have been updated within the last week. That is, you will only see systems that are still live at myfxbook.

knowledge as well as smarts are needed to make money.

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1385 posts Ethan (Staff) Nov 16 2009 at 08:37
Excellent suggestion Dennis.

Thank you!


Member Since Sep 18, 2009  1 posts fxdream Nov 18 2009 at 13:52
Or we could have a 'Last Updated' column in the system listing page that we could sort in descending order.



Member Since Nov 24, 2009  5 posts CalculatedRisk Nov 25 2009 at 18:43
Excellent suggestion. In fact any system not updated/traded for x period of time should be relegated to an archive.

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