Alright, sorry that is my mistake I thought alpine was FIFO and it wasnt, so I cancelled my subscription to Alpine and am copying Australia instead. Good thing I caught this now, that could have been bad. So I shouldnt have a problem now since its copying australia and its fifo compliant, and oanda uses fifo, right?
The only account that is not FIFO compliant in the way I trade is the $2.5m Alpine Managed account. The Alpine, Pacific and California copy trading accounts all trade FIFO. I know this because I physically close the trades that way. Posted links below to those accounts.
It's called Blackwave Australia but it is the High Risk Alpine Account from the myfxbook stats I gave you. It used to be called 'Blackwave Australia' however once you name it on Signal Start you can't change the name so there it's still called Australia.
Hello Gary, First of all I would like to say how much I appreciate your trading skills, thanks to you my account got very profitable. I am following California via signalstart. If you dont mind me asking I have 2 questions; 1) You recommend 1700 dollars per 0.01 for Alpine, what about California since it is low risk is it still the same level? 2) How did you get effected from 2015 eurchf flash crash and does that scare you that something like that can happen everyday with that big money you are trading... Thanks
Been following you for years...should have just stuck with your signals a long time ago. ;-) Really the best out there and thank you for offering up your trades to us all.
I plan to pick you up via the Simple Trader platform, and hoping to use the Blackwave Pacific feed there.
Being a US resident my broker options are limited, and currently with a US broker that is FIFO and 1:50 leverage.
Will such an account be able to support Blackwave Pacific, or might I have to go with the lower risk Blackwave California? I see in the discussions you would be FIFO compliant for any of these Signal Copy feeds correct as well correct?
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