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Dragon EA (By Pipseater )

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Dragon EA Discussion

aicohn
Dec 26 2009 at 01:20
31 posts
I found Michael cordial, but very harried. And I give OneCorp overall lvery ow marks for competence based on my discussion above. Thecollectivefx gets its price feed from citcorp, not deutsche bank.

I have never encountered rude behavior at thecollectivefx, and the only time I've ever even heard them tell a customer he'd lose all his money, the customer thought about it for a while & decided they were correct. He suspended trading with them, but with the understanding he could come back once he thought things through and got his act together. That customer decided thecollective was doing him a favor. They parted on friendly terms.

You can read about that in Tom Masters' review here:

https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.thecollectivefx.com

The collective could have gladly taken his monthly fee as Tom drove his account into the ground,but didn't do so. Far from being arrogant, calling a spade a spade in a situation like this is a real act of integrity in my scheme of things. You'd never see something like that from Alpari,IBFX, or your beloved OneCorp. Such an individual would simply be allowed to run his account into the ground within a month like 95% of retail traders do!

The only time I've heard word boo from them about trading styles was an admonition to be careful scalping around news announcements, something I already know and am keenly aware of. I thanked them & carried on.

Maybe they were just telling you something you didn't want to hear...
rfolgate
Dec 26 2009 at 03:51
36 posts

aicohn posted:
    I found Michael cordial, but very harried. And I give OneCorp overall lvery ow marks for competence based on my discussion above. Thecollectivefx gets its price feed from citcorp, not deutsche bank.

I have never encountered rude behavior at thecollectivefx, and the only time I've ever even heard them tell a customer he'd lose all his money, the customer thought about it for a while & decided they were correct. He suspended trading with them, but with the understanding he could come back once he thought things through and got his act together. That customer decided thecollective was doing him a favor. They parted on friendly terms.

You can read about that in Tom Masters' review here:

https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.thecollectivefx.com

The collective could have gladly taken his monthly fee as Tom drove his account into the ground,but didn't do so. Far from being arrogant, calling a spade a spade in a situation like this is a real act of integrity in my scheme of things. You'd never see something like that from Alpari,IBFX, or your beloved OneCorp. Such an individual would simply be allowed to run his account into the ground within a month like 95% of retail traders do!

The only time I've heard word boo from them about trading styles was an admonition to be careful scalping around news announcements, something I already know and am keenly aware of. I thanked them & carried on.

Maybe they were just telling you something you didn't want to hear...


I have no evidence that Collectivefx is not a good collective, they were just not friendly to me and they did not know me from Adam. I just do like monthly fees on anything EA's etc. I am sure they have good spreads and i got an email from them stating their feed was from Deutche Bank. I was on their list to get an account recently but didn't follow thorugh because I had a friiend of mine who knocked on their door in Cape Coral ,Fl and some ugly women asnswered the door and said she never heard of Collective Fx. At least with Google Earth you can see where Mike from One Corp is in Phoenix Arizona. Collective uses a drop for their mailing address and they basically ghosts. That bothers me.
loulou69
Jan 03 2010 at 08:02
69 posts

Pipseater posted:
    
loulou69 posted:
    
thanks for reply Pipseater, i'm ok to try it, but in first time your EA must work with STP/ECN brokers 😁
it works with STP/ECN brokers ????????

I prefer not to announce something like this before we will release our tests. Draw your attention, we are not in hurry to sell our product because still see the room to improve it, why all around are eager to buy it? Everything in due time...

Hi Pipseater,

Can you envisage in your EA, to put a dynamic money management, and we can choose the trading hours ?
and also the broker can’t see if you trade with an EA or manual ! it’s possible ? do you have Tools for that ?



Pipseater
Jan 05 2010 at 09:42
18 posts
Hi everybody,

We are back from the holidays and now we are ready to announce our decision about Dragon EA - THIS EA IS NOT FOR SALE!

The only way to benefit from Dragon EA for the public is to participate in our Accounts Management program.
If you are interested in please request more details by private message.

P.S. Present message is the last one in a public discussion, from now on we reply only to private messages.
PipCollector
Jan 05 2010 at 15:11
92 posts
Well I guess this move adds a bit to your credibility.. what are the managed account conditions?

I think you can write it here for reference for others.
Patience is a virtue.
averagejoe
May 09 2010 at 14:43
63 posts
why your dragon ea account is not publish anymore?
FiaJ
Mar 30 2017 at 02:12
16 posts
rfolgate posted:

aicohn posted:
    I found Michael cordial, but very harried. And I give OneCorp overall lvery ow marks for competence based on my discussion above. Thecollectivefx gets its price feed from citcorp, not deutsche bank.

I have never encountered rude behavior at thecollectivefx, and the only time I've ever even heard them tell a customer he'd lose all his money, the customer thought about it for a while & decided they were correct. He suspended trading with them, but with the understanding he could come back once he thought things through and got his act together. That customer decided thecollective was doing him a favor. They parted on friendly terms.

You can read about that in Tom Masters' review here:

https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.thecollectivefx.com

The collective could have gladly taken his monthly fee as Tom drove his account into the ground,but didn't do so. Far from being arrogant, calling a spade a spade in a situation like this is a real act of integrity in my scheme of things. You'd never see something like that from Alpari,IBFX, or your beloved OneCorp. Such an individual would simply be allowed to run his account into the ground within a month like 95% of retail traders do!

The only time I've heard word boo from them about trading styles was an admonition to be careful scalping around news announcements, something I already know and am keenly aware of. I thanked them & carried on.

Maybe they were just telling you something you didn't want to hear...


I have no evidence that Collectivefx is not a good collective, they were just not friendly to me and they did not know me from Adam. I just do like monthly fees on anything EA's etc. I am sure they have good spreads and i got an email from them stating their feed was from Deutche Bank. I was on their list to get an account recently but didn't follow thorugh because I had a friiend of mine who knocked on their door in Cape Coral ,Fl and some ugly women asnswered the door and said she never heard of Collective Fx. At least with Google Earth you can see where Mike from One Corp is in Phoenix Arizona. Collective uses a drop for their mailing address and they basically ghosts. That bothers me.

I don't think that is legit knowing that Deutsche Bank is a truste one. In fact from what I have read (https://www.fm-fx.info/thedeutsche-bank/) n 2001, the Deutsche Bank was listed on the New York Stock Exchange and has been slowly but surely been growing into a huge success.
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