Yes you can't, if you're trading pairs against each other you're creating synthetic pairs, which in turn will have a single data series. Which of course you can then go set against another synthetic data series. The possibilities are endless aren't they?
Can save yourself half the spread by just trading the actual pair you're creating.
And I've been a MT jockey for decades myself, much to my irritation.
I just don't see someone with a large account selling Ea's. Period. Especially not with a purpose built web marketing site like that.
Doesn't help to pull the I'm helping people card. You're not. If you want to help people give it away. Your account is big enough, you don't need the money...
1) Create a synthetic out of the CADCHF USDMXN (that's actually one that's produced great results in the past 24months). I dare you to make that into one data series. You see, not every arb opportunity has a cross. Take 56 currency pairs. Now pair them up and take all 1500 (1540 if memory serves?) permutations of them. Less than 10% have crosses that are available to the average trader or that have liquidity in any tradeable amount. Your arb opportunities would be severely limited.
2) Of course I had a 'marketing site' built. I had a product to market. I don't see where the crime is in that. I also don't see what makes it a 'scam.'
3) I could give it away, you're right. I have costs associated with it and a lot of time invested in it therefore I chose not to. Again I'm not seeing a crime in that either nor anything that makes it a 'scam.' I think people should be fiscally rewarded for hard work. Plus, something of value is seldom free.
But carry on McDuff. I vote scam.
I'm surprised you don't throw in something free if I buy in the next half hour...
I would ask you to never come back to this thread :) but do pop in in a month, 6 months, or a year and really.. no hard feelings, but at if any point you're a convert and can see that what I'm doing is actually of value, stop in and say hello.
I get that a lot of folks get sold on marketing rather than performance. I get your skepticism, but I stand by my claim. The performance has been there, is there now and will be there well into the future.
Again, all the best.