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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

killerkhan
Sep 07 2011 at 11:49
16 posts
i cant get this thing to trade, tried so many broker's demo ecn accounts and no luck :(
Antny (fughe)
Sep 07 2011 at 12:00
724 posts
lots of people recommend pepperstone, i am currently using FinFX....professor53 is using IBFX. i am sure there are other potentially good brokers....but as i have said before......this EA is HARD to trade profitably. You have to have a very streamlined setup.
Make losses, but always come out a winner at the end.
Dar Verer (mistificator)
Sep 07 2011 at 13:42
453 posts

grega07 posted:
    10 trades
+196,1 pips (17,01%) 😈

9 trades 136 pips :) with risk NO=0
Was mich nicht umbringt, macht mich stärker.
ruichaves21
Sep 07 2011 at 15:39
13 posts
Hi milliondpips,

You said a few months ago, that you will have the robot in a real account.
Where's that real account??

I want to know if the robot is good enought in a real account, demo accounts isn't the same thing...


Pakfx
Sep 07 2011 at 15:55
286 posts

ruichaves21 posted:
    Hi milliondpips,

You said a few months ago, that you will have the robot in a real account.
Where's that real account??

I want to know if the robot is good enought in a real account, demo accounts isn't the same thing...




do you think that all we are talking about <b>Demo</b> account that we are managing ?
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Professor53
Sep 07 2011 at 16:07
795 posts
My chart. The last 6 weeks or so is all MDP. THe prev up and downs are not MDP.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/mirusevxs33/mdp-proff/142075/kqo5hYMnIJ4A8ANpzPV1


This is a real live account. Im runnning 4 live accounts with MDP. All at default settings.
Click on my Name to see My Live Charts and Bio.
Professor53
Sep 07 2011 at 16:11
795 posts
Around 17 trades last night. Almost every trade maxed out in profits. It was a monster spike and it settled back to normal very fast in less than 2 min so it was purfect for MDP to score.
Click on my Name to see My Live Charts and Bio.
DanielNWA Trading (Danielnwa)
Sep 07 2011 at 16:42
90 posts
4 live accounts! Wow! Are they all at different brokers?

Professor53 posted:
    My chart. The last 6 weeks or so is all MDP. THe prev up and downs are not MDP.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/mirusevxs33/mdp-proff/142075/kqo5hYMnIJ4A8ANpzPV1


This is a real live account. Im runnning 4 live accounts with MDP. All at default settings.
Don't work hard, work smart.
Professor53
Sep 07 2011 at 19:13
795 posts
3 IBFX live cash accounts, one on fxpro and it seldom trades. IBFX seems to do well for me on a vps.
Click on my Name to see My Live Charts and Bio.
Professor53
Sep 07 2011 at 19:15
795 posts
Finfx demo on MDP and a vps would do great on a demo contest, but its not good on real money. We try and try to get the same results as demo on finfx and so far none of us can. I get almost 50 trades every time the charts spike and almost 100% wins but only on DEMO and the vps. Real is Not nearly the same as demo on finfx. I use only 1.5 % and default settings. Im usa cleint and broker so I use FIFO as true. I also dont change magic numbers or comments.
Click on my Name to see My Live Charts and Bio.
killerkhan
Sep 07 2011 at 19:17
16 posts

Professor53 posted:
    3 IBFX live cash accounts, one on fxpro and it seldom trades. IBFX seems to do well for me on a vps.


which vps provider you use? can you share your template file?
willgart
Sep 07 2011 at 19:31
588 posts
Is there any way to measure the latency from Metatrader hosted by a VPS?
There is no command line available to do some DOS/Ping commands.
SO I want to validate the latency between my VPS and the servers.

Also is it possible to track the other latencies in MT4?
(like delay to open a trade, doing actions etc...)

Because my MDP results are not goods. and I want to validate these network issues.

Thanks.
(I'm using an Alpari US account and GallantVPS)
DanielNWA Trading (Danielnwa)
Sep 07 2011 at 19:36
90 posts
These guys have created an expert advisor to measure 'such things': https://forex-expats.com/recommended/

willgart posted:
    Is there any way to measure the latency from Metatrader hosted by a VPS?
There is no command line available to do some DOS/Ping commands.
SO I want to validate the latency between my VPS and the servers.

Also is it possible to track the other latencies in MT4?
(like delay to open a trade, doing actions etc...)

Because my MDP results are not goods. and I want to validate these network issues.

Thanks.
(I'm using an Alpari US account and GallantVPS)
Don't work hard, work smart.
DanielNWA Trading (Danielnwa)
Sep 07 2011 at 19:44
90 posts
Are you guys trying the FinFx real ECN account not the micro or mini? I've heard there's a huge difference between the two(or three=D).

The results on that account you shared are fantastic. Probably the best I've seen for MDP! Probably due to IBFX's almost obsessive emphasis on execution=D

I wonder what the performance would be like with Oanda and MB Trading? Two very much HONEST brokers...

Professor53 posted:
    Finfx demo on MDP and a vps would do great on a demo contest, but its not good on real money. We try and try to get the same results as demo on finfx and so far none of us can. I get almost 50 trades every time the charts spike and almost 100% wins but only on DEMO and the vps. Real is Not nearly the same as demo on finfx. I use only 1.5 % and default settings. Im usa cleint and broker so I use FIFO as true. I also dont change magic numbers or comments.
Don't work hard, work smart.
el_tobbes
Sep 07 2011 at 19:49
11 posts
no but cns has a site where they list all of there latencies. search the support desk and you will find. best procedure to find vps just try to fibd out tge server location of the broker and tgen search for vps next to it. in the city or counfry. do you get 25ms and lower which is totally ok as bottleneck is broker to grid as mentioned before

ps: every vls in windows has a command promot ehere sou can ping the sites of your broker

Danielnwa posted:
    These guys have created an expert advisor to measure 'such things': https://forex-expats.com/recommended/

willgart posted:
    Is there any way to measure the latency from Metatrader hosted by a VPS?
There is no command line available to do some DOS/Ping commands.
SO I want to validate the latency between my VPS and the servers.

Also is it possible to track the other latencies in MT4?
(like delay to open a trade, doing actions etc...)

Because my MDP results are not goods. and I want to validate these network issues.

Thanks.
(I'm using an Alpari US account and GallantVPS)
Antny (fughe)
Sep 07 2011 at 20:37
724 posts

Danielnwa posted:
    Are you guys trying the FinFx real ECN account not the micro or mini? I've heard there's a huge difference between the two(or three=D).

The results on that account you shared are fantastic. Probably the best I've seen for MDP! Probably due to IBFX's almost obsessive emphasis on execution=D

I wonder what the performance would be like with Oanda and MB Trading? Two very much HONEST brokers...

I am running MDP in their ECN account live. I am currently preparing to relocate my VPS to the UK somewhere. They told me that the US server was slower than the main server and I checked it. From my VPS in california, i still get a faster execution speed from the main server than I do the US server. 800ms US vs about 700ms main.
Make losses, but always come out a winner at the end.
DanielNWA Trading (Danielnwa)
Sep 07 2011 at 21:16
90 posts
Huh, I wonder why they created that crappy US server then=D Isn't their main server located in Finland somewhere? I wonder what VPS they recommend? If their main server is located in a sort of 'exotic' location they must have a specific VPS that they recommend to their clients...

fughe posted:
    
Danielnwa posted:
    Are you guys trying the FinFx real ECN account not the micro or mini? I've heard there's a huge difference between the two(or three=D).

The results on that account you shared are fantastic. Probably the best I've seen for MDP! Probably due to IBFX's almost obsessive emphasis on execution=D

I wonder what the performance would be like with Oanda and MB Trading? Two very much HONEST brokers...

I am running MDP in their ECN account live. I am currently preparing to relocate my VPS to the UK somewhere. They told me that the US server was slower than the main server and I checked it. From my VPS in california, i still get a faster execution speed from the main server than I do the US server. 800ms US vs about 700ms main.
Don't work hard, work smart.
Antny (fughe)
Sep 07 2011 at 21:37
724 posts

Danielnwa posted:
    Huh, I wonder why they created that crappy US server then=D Isn't their main server located in Finland somewhere? I wonder what VPS they recommend? If their main server is located in a sort of 'exotic' location they must have a specific VPS that they recommend to their clients...

fughe posted:
    
Danielnwa posted:
    Are you guys trying the FinFx real ECN account not the micro or mini? I've heard there's a huge difference between the two(or three=D).

The results on that account you shared are fantastic. Probably the best I've seen for MDP! Probably due to IBFX's almost obsessive emphasis on execution=D

I wonder what the performance would be like with Oanda and MB Trading? Two very much HONEST brokers...

I am running MDP in their ECN account live. I am currently preparing to relocate my VPS to the UK somewhere. They told me that the US server was slower than the main server and I checked it. From my VPS in california, i still get a faster execution speed from the main server than I do the US server. 800ms US vs about 700ms main.

Well....it turns out that their 'crappy' US server is a lot better than nearly every other broker I am seeing feedback about. The reason is for order flow handling and backup. The reason the US server is slower is not because it is a poor quality server. It is because their primary liquidity connection is in the UK.

Their server isn't really in an exotic location. At least not by my estimation. I would consider exotic something like FXOpen has....like Saudi Arabia. I just don't consider the UK to be exotic. Anyway, I asked about VPS servers. They sent a list of several and included ping times for each. The best server on their list was ticking in at an average of 2ms ping. They do not offer any 'cheap' vps packages. Only serious traders would get an account here....or wealthy....depends on how you want to view it.....~$120/month for the cheapest win-based VPS.
Make losses, but always come out a winner at the end.
willgart
Sep 07 2011 at 21:44
588 posts
ouch...
I'm not able to make MDP working on my VPS, so I contact the provider...
I just receive this email from the support team:
'
The MillionDollarPips EA contains code that proves to be malicious for the VPS environment and hence is not functional on our trading platform. Let me know if you have any further questions.

Thank you.
'

anybody else suffer this????
erica123
Sep 07 2011 at 21:50
44 posts

willgart posted:
    ouch...
I'm not able to make MDP working on my VPS, so I contact the provider...
I just receive this email from the support team:
'
The MillionDollarPips EA contains code that proves to be malicious for the VPS environment and hence is not functional on our trading platform. Let me know if you have any further questions.

Thank you.
'

anybody else suffer this????

HAHA! WOW! I cannot believe a broker actually admitted to being thieving scumbags in a roundabout way. Let me be clear it was the broker that responded this, not the VPS provider? The VPS provider wouldn't really care what the heck you were doing with your server.

What broker was this?
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