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Million Dollar Pips (By milliondpips )

Gain : +26241.17%
Drawdown 39.44%
Pips: 5202.2
Trades 4497
Won:
Lost:
Type: Demo
Leverage: 1:200
Trading: Automated

Million Dollar Pips Discussion

Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 26 2011 at 04:01
1341 posts
I have get the same message on EURUSD. I guess should open 5M chart and refresh it. there is problem at the history of 5M and bars are missing.

please let me know if this helps

walker


   FOREX_MAKEMONEY posted:
   

   csa1234 posted:
   Can someone explain it to me why im getting this error logs on MDP: MillionDollarPipsGBPUSD_1.2.0 GBPUSD,M1: WARNING M1 Graph gap found 2011.09.25 22:16 offset:3



I am getting a similar message '2011.09.25 17:44:06 MillionDollarPipsEURUSD_1.2.0 EURUSD,M1: WARNING M5 Graph gap found 2011.09.26 00:44 offset:9', Not sure what to do about it??....Would appreciate if the experts here can advice :)


Professor53
Sep 26 2011 at 04:03
795 posts
Yes, there more news out there, hes right.

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Nick Forex (FOREX_MAKEMONEY)
Sep 26 2011 at 14:22
18 posts

   walker36 posted:
   I have get the same message on EURUSD. I guess should open 5M chart and refresh it. there is problem at the history of 5M and bars are missing.

please let me know if this helps

walker

Hi Walker,
Yes, the M5 problem went away and the MDP robot actually made money for the first time last night around 2 AM EST! My real account is posted here for people to see how the MDP is tracking

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/FOREX_MAKEMONEY/forex-makemoney-mdpips/168130


Now, I am getting a message on the screen 'Open Slip too high', Does anyone know what this means and how to fix it?


Regards,
Nick

Repetition = better results = success
Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 26 2011 at 14:45
1341 posts
for slippage issue you have nothing to do. either MDP will keep tarding until it will find out that trades are not profitable due to slippage or you should find another broker

good luck
walker



   FOREX_MAKEMONEY posted:
   

   walker36 posted:
   I have get the same message on EURUSD. I guess should open 5M chart and refresh it. there is problem at the history of 5M and bars are missing.

please let me know if this helps

walker

Hi Walker,
Yes, the M5 problem went away and the MDP robot actually made money for the first time last night around 2 AM EST! My real account is posted here for people to see how the MDP is tracking

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/FOREX_MAKEMONEY/forex-makemoney-mdpips/168130


Now, I am getting a message on the screen 'Open Slip too high', Does anyone know what this means and how to fix it?


Regards,
Nick


Antny (fughe)
Sep 26 2011 at 14:47
724 posts
The slippage is an MDP killer. You can have an awesome broker that has a strict non-interference policy that they stick to, and due to there being no available liquidity, you can get slipped really bad. There is nothing that can be done about it except move to a broker that has a huge client base.

Make losses, but always come out a winner at the end.
Nick Forex (FOREX_MAKEMONEY)
Sep 26 2011 at 16:10
18 posts

   fughe posted:
   The slippage is an MDP killer. You can have an awesome broker that has a strict non-interference policy that they stick to, and due to there being no available liquidity, you can get slipped really bad. There is nothing that can be done about it except move to a broker that has a huge client base.





   walker36 posted:
   for slippage issue you have nothing to do. either MDP will keep tarding until it will find out that trades are not profitable due to slippage or you should find another broker

good luck
walker


Thanks a lot Walker & Fughe. Atleast, now I know there is nothing I can do about slippage. Do you have any broker recommendations? The only 2 I have tried are FXDD where the MDPIPS did not work effectively even in the demo account as the spread was too high and now I am on HOT FOREX where apparently there are slippage issues...

Repetition = better results = success
Antny (fughe)
Sep 26 2011 at 16:29
724 posts
I am testing brokers currently. If you are not a US resident, Pepperstone seems to be the best. If you are, so far, IBFX has the best track record so far.

Make losses, but always come out a winner at the end.
Nick Forex (FOREX_MAKEMONEY)
Sep 26 2011 at 16:39
18 posts

   fughe posted:
   I am testing brokers currently. If you are not a US resident, Pepperstone seems to be the best. If you are, so far, IBFX has the best track record so far.


Thanks Fughe, I am a US resident, so will look into IBFX

Repetition = better results = success
Steve Walker
walker36
Sep 26 2011 at 18:09
1341 posts
Nick

What is HOTFOREX average order execution time for real account?
can you please provide that.

walker



   FOREX_MAKEMONEY posted:
   

   fughe posted:
   The slippage is an MDP killer. You can have an awesome broker that has a strict non-interference policy that they stick to, and due to there being no available liquidity, you can get slipped really bad. There is nothing that can be done about it except move to a broker that has a huge client base.





   walker36 posted:
   for slippage issue you have nothing to do. either MDP will keep tarding until it will find out that trades are not profitable due to slippage or you should find another broker

good luck
walker


Thanks a lot Walker & Fughe. Atleast, now I know there is nothing I can do about slippage. Do you have any broker recommendations? The only 2 I have tried are FXDD where the MDPIPS did not work effectively even in the demo account as the spread was too high and now I am on HOT FOREX where apparently there are slippage issues...


Nick Forex (FOREX_MAKEMONEY)
Sep 26 2011 at 19:39
18 posts

   walker36 posted:
   Nick

What is HOTFOREX average order execution time for real account?
can you please provide that.

walker



  
Hi Walker, it is 970 ms

Repetition = better results = success
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