If it is not working correctly then you might just try the publishing EA and the new beta add account link in the yellow band on the 'Add Account' page. It is very quick and very simple and works without problems like the old manual set up.
Most prob the easiest way to answer that is from MDP screen capture.....
My softlayer is only 1 core at the moment and also still in dallas, although i hope to increase the power but i think i shall still say at dallas for the time being to see trade differences between adams trades and my own.
Did i read your going to run Number 1 at fxpig?? if so, once its done a little trading lets me know how its going please :)
AFAIK main data center of FxPig is in Dalls, I must say Your slippage is very nice, however exec times are a little bit high I must say, I usually accept only speeds below 600ms and Your avg.open time = 1067ms which is quiet big. Try to reset Your stats and do a measure again ,maybe one trade with a very long time screw up the average.
No I do now own NO1 or NMi, I only use MDP and my own EAs.
To be honest that's the longest I have seen the exec times, but hey ste usually not as low at 600. If you remind me after the next MDP trade(s) I'll do another screen capture for you. Also they have a data centre in Washington which fxpig is the better one to go with, but I shall stick to Dallas it's it's been good so far.
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