cyberryder posted:But broker2 would be checkable, and w/o 2nd EA, yes?
I put this EA on three live accounts with three different brokers
how much does Dough charge for 1 additional license, as from the regular purchase you only have 1 live account?
i asked him the very same question this morning. he answered 600 $ for aditional licence. I think is too much
it's totally crazy to have to spend that amount only to check different broker feeds for some months.
He could offer a broker-feed-test version to clients, limited to trade only 0.01lot for max 50 EUR. This way he can prevent fraud.
If he doesn't provide anything for testing brokers, he'll only further boost the EA cracking already going on. It's not right, but it's normal that traders with limited funds search for alternatives.
Fxblue has a free trade copier system. Unless these special EA's has some prevention ways about them?
you can't test a broker feed with a trade copier. You can only execute trades already opened on broker1, on broker2. Worth nothing
signal1 is generated+executed on broker1 feed. What you want is a signal2 generated+executed on broker2 feed. You don't get a signal2 with a trade copier. You still have only signal1 from broker1 feed and simply execute it on broker1 + broker2.
What you want to compare at the end is, if broker1 or broker2 feed triggers more favorable signals. As you still only have generated one signal, you can't say it.
You don't need a 2nd EA license for this, but it's totally worthless. Save your time.
Beside this, it is never allowed to copy signals from a commercial EA elsewhere. You licensed one account and this is the only one you are allowed to trade on.