My experience is one the worst with Chris. Since I had the EA, it was not working properly so I had error messages that they could not solve. So basically I could not make any operations. I have asked my money back because it was not working, and I did it twice well before the end of the trial. Chris started to say, you must have a good reason, otherwise I am not giving back your money. It is not working, what other reasons can I tell? Chris replied to my email after three, four, seven days... this is the kind of service they are providing. So watch out guys! When you give to them the money, they will not refund. If you have a problem, wait from three to seven days. I have used a lot of EA, and this is by far the worst!
Q2: Is it reasonable to expect that choosing the broker of the first account( your account) which is Forex4you, that I would get the same results as your do? I believe that you don't use default settings but some FIXED SETTING in your account.
Hello. I am new in Myfxbook. I have some doubts. If I want to follow you, I understand that to date I must start with $ 9,000, oo. (Initial 2,000 + $ 7,000, oo of yours gains) You no longer put minilots. Now you put standard lots (lots 1.23).
If I open an account with US$2,000 is ideally put operations by 1 minilot? If you open 1 trade with 1.23 lots, can I open a trade with 1 mini lot? How do I that? THANKS YOU!!!
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