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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

DMFXTrader
Aug 02 2011 at 07:35
61 posts
MDP places Buy Stop and Sell Stop orders. It may close the open position by using a market order but it does not open a position using a market order.

Myk2elS2ilver
Aug 02 2011 at 07:40
150 posts
See Morrisson.png attachment

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DMFXTrader
Aug 02 2011 at 08:11
61 posts
I have used this ea since it was first released and it does place pending orders. William is not the programmer of the ea. I am not sure why he is saying it only places market orders but it absolutely does not. It places pending orders a pip or two just below a big move up or above a big move down so that it can catch the retracement.

The answer to your two questions in your email should be:

1. Yes

2. No

:)

Myk2elS2ilver
Aug 02 2011 at 08:14
150 posts
Okay thanks. For me it was yesterday a relief the bot also trade on a broker who does not support the expiry setting. That was also the original question to Mr. Morrisson. But for me it is now time to see to bot also trading on a live account of MB Trading. Have to go now. Nice day.

Pakfx
Aug 02 2011 at 08:23
286 posts

DMFXTrader posted:
    I have used this ea since it was first released and it does place pending orders. William is not the programmer of the ea. I am not sure why he is saying it only places market orders but it absolutely does not. It places pending orders a pip or two just below a big move up or above a big move down so that it can catch the retracement.

The answer to your two questions in your email should be:

1. Yes

2. No

:)


Agree.
i have seen with my eyes. it just use pending order for just few sec.

Press F1 for help or Dial 911.
profix
Aug 02 2011 at 13:28
131 posts

DMFXTrader posted:
    I have used this ea since it was first released and it does place pending orders. William is not the programmer of the ea. I am not sure why he is saying it only places market orders but it absolutely does not. It places pending orders a pip or two just below a big move up or above a big move down so that it can catch the retracement.

The answer to your two questions in your email should be:

1. Yes

2. No

:)



How do you know he isn't the programmer of the EA???

Myk2elS2ilver
Aug 02 2011 at 13:45
150 posts
NOTE: What is this for error message when posting something on this blog?:
{ 'id':'90273', 'type':'1', 'error': 'false', 'file':'MDP_ot.png', 'path':'', 'isImage':'true', 'message':'' }



Well, it has traded on my live account. With risk 0.5. Not much, but now I know it does also its thing on a live account of MB Trading. I have attached a capture (MDP.png) of the trade (again it is not much I know). At least it has not eaten my account empty. Time for more risk.

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Myk2elS2ilver
Aug 02 2011 at 13:46
150 posts
wow a picture in the text itself

DMFXTrader
Aug 02 2011 at 14:36
61 posts

profix posted:
    
DMFXTrader posted:
    I have used this ea since it was first released and it does place pending orders. William is not the programmer of the ea. I am not sure why he is saying it only places market orders but it absolutely does not. It places pending orders a pip or two just below a big move up or above a big move down so that it can catch the retracement.

The answer to your two questions in your email should be:

1. Yes

2. No

:)



How do you know he isn't the programmer of the EA???


Because any technical questions get passed onto his programmer.

forexidaily (forexidaily)
Aug 03 2011 at 02:50
4 posts
Myk2elS2ilver :
Which VPS and which broker are u using live ?
I have like 20-25ms on finfx.. what is cool..

but have a try to run EaTest ForExpat .. what results u will receive ? My live in 5-6 times worse then demo , which made 120% .. that is the answer to everyone questions !

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