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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

mahapan
Jul 15 2011 at 16:59
18 posts
@cberndt ; whats exactly the ea u r using? The issue SEAMS to be in the ea - as it did not set a SL. Does the ea set any SL before ( in other trades) ?

cberndt
Jul 15 2011 at 17:16
3 posts
I'm using this EA Fusion Forex Robot v1.2 -Basic

and all setting on default no changes

cberndt
Jul 15 2011 at 17:17
3 posts
no was not setting any sl in any trade...

mahapan
Jul 15 2011 at 17:21
18 posts
Is this a EA from FRWC ? if its not I don't know this EA... ( silly question, but; have you tried the EA support for questioning then about it?)

Danielnwa (Danielnwa)
Jul 15 2011 at 21:31
90 posts
On the MDP site the author claims that this account(his demo) is in fact his real money account that supposedly made him some x(high) sum. Now maybe I'm being silly, but shouldn't that be a red flag for everyone? Happy trading!

Don't work hard, work smart.
autofx101
Jul 15 2011 at 22:01
71 posts
its bare faced robbery when he claims his demo account is live. how disgusting of him to lie in our faces and still cant show a live account long after claiming he would put up one soon

mirusevxs33
Jul 16 2011 at 01:47
123 posts

Danielnwa posted:
    Oh right, I think I may have misunderstood the workings of it a little bit=) But it is however supposed to take up less of your cpu resources than the other two methods. The MT4 publisher is notorious for taking up a lot (+ being prone to failing), and running an expert advisor always takes up a certain amount of RAM...


No probs :)

There are no 3 methods on myfxbook, they are exactly 2. One is MT4 Publisher, and other is the EA. The previous (EA's) was:
1. Create the account in myfxbook - get the number of ...
2. Get the EA and the DLL - put the EA in \experts and the dll in \experts\libraries
3. Run the EA and input the acc from 1. and your password for myfxbook

The new (fresh part) is that you run the installer instead of manually create the account in myfxbook
The new let you to skip 1. and 2.....
1. Run installer, point the MT4 folder
2. Run the EA and input your e-mail and password for myfxbook

BUT you can't name the new acc... it is equal to the number of your MT4. If you are publishing few accounts it is not a problem, but if you have tens (or hundreds :) ) it is a problem for sure.

Both: old and recent method of installing and running the myfxbookEA are different *only* by the way of installing and running but not by the method of work. Mean - equal CPU, connection, RAM, etc - there is no difference!

The true good way can be using your investor password, the myfxbook to get access to your acc *at the broker's* server.
That will prevent *any* manipulation (in case if the broker is not involved) and will cost nothing to your resources.

Danielnwa (Danielnwa)
Jul 16 2011 at 02:50
90 posts

mirusevxs33 posted:
    
Danielnwa posted:
    Oh right, I think I may have misunderstood the workings of it a little bit=) But it is however supposed to take up less of your cpu resources than the other two methods. The MT4 publisher is notorious for taking up a lot (+ being prone to failing), and running an expert advisor always takes up a certain amount of RAM...


No probs :)

There are no 3 methods on myfxbook, they are exactly 2. One is MT4 Publisher, and other is the EA. The previous (EA's) was:
1. Create the account in myfxbook - get the number of ...
2. Get the EA and the DLL - put the EA in \experts and the dll in \experts\libraries
3. Run the EA and input the acc from 1. and your password for myfxbook

The new (fresh part) is that you run the installer instead of manually create the account in myfxbook
The new let you to skip 1. and 2.....
1. Run installer, point the MT4 folder
2. Run the EA and input your e-mail and password for myfxbook

BUT you can't name the new acc... it is equal to the number of your MT4. If you are publishing few accounts it is not a problem, but if you have tens (or hundreds :) ) it is a problem for sure.

Both: old and recent method of installing and running the myfxbookEA are different *only* by the way of installing and running but not by the method of work. Mean - equal CPU, connection, RAM, etc - there is no difference!

The true good way can be using your investor password, the myfxbook to get access to your acc *at the broker's* server.
That will prevent *any* manipulation (in case if the broker is not involved) and will cost nothing to your resources.


Uhh, you just described the new method I'm talking about in your last paragraph there=D I'm not so sure you're aware that it already exists and is in fact the 3rd method. So I guess it doesn't take up any(or very little) cpu resources after all? 1st was MT publisher 2nd was the publisher EA = true. The newest method is still in Beta but anyone can use it... Check it out!

Don't work hard, work smart.
mirusevxs33
Jul 16 2011 at 11:40
123 posts
as i remember, it was published-with invitations to the blog... never found it :) isnt that funny? can you url of it?

Danielnwa (Danielnwa)
Jul 16 2011 at 21:28
90 posts

mirusevxs33 posted:
    as i remember, it was published-with invitations to the blog... never found it :) isnt that funny? can you url of it?


Hehe well I wasn't aware of it at first either=) It's not strange since you'll only notice it when you go into 'add account', and there at the top you'll see a yellow banner that offers this new method... You just have to try it, it doesn't even cross my mind to use another method now that I've tried this one! It's just perfect.

Don't work hard, work smart.
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