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Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 18 at 18:13 (edited Aug 18 at 18:28 )
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
Easy when you own the brokerage and you don't pay commission


For your information, we do not charge any trader commission on our accounts.


So if not for commissions, you must be running 10 point + sized spreads to make up for no commission. I don't blame you as a broker for doing this, you guys make more money out of the client doing it this way. This would also explain why you do not advertise trading conditions for your accounts on your website.


We offer very competitive spreads, beating many other popular brokers. Register for a demo account and have a look for yourself.
YLDFX was created out of frustration with brokers and regulations making it harder for retail traders, we want to offer a place where traders can come and don’t have to choose between having, leverage and bad spreads or having protection and no leverage. We do not charge commission because as traders ourselves we don’t want to pay commission. We would rather get a little from many than a lot from a few.




Guys at YLDFX. Can you explain the open and close price as stated by a user above? Curious how GBPUSD open price is showing 7000.00



Are you referring to the trades placed on the 100gbp as that is the FTSE 100 index?


oh it is FTSE 100 did not know about that. learn something new.
Thanks also the other user pointed a trade where it shows 4.2 pips loss but the trade was in net profit of 12 pounds, is it the swap?


That certainly explains a -18,490 stop loss that was hit that caused 18,490 pips of loss

And after all this I certainly need no answer for the miraculous change of
Abs. gains from
- 12,652.81 %
to
+ 1,453.59 %
the next day


macdulio@
Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 18 at 18:46
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
Easy when you own the brokerage and you don't pay commission


For your information, we do not charge any trader commission on our accounts.


So if not for commissions, you must be running 10 point + sized spreads to make up for no commission. I don't blame you as a broker for doing this, you guys make more money out of the client doing it this way. This would also explain why you do not advertise trading conditions for your accounts on your website.


We offer very competitive spreads, beating many other popular brokers. Register for a demo account and have a look for yourself.
YLDFX was created out of frustration with brokers and regulations making it harder for retail traders, we want to offer a place where traders can come and don’t have to choose between having, leverage and bad spreads or having protection and no leverage. We do not charge commission because as traders ourselves we don’t want to pay commission. We would rather get a little from many than a lot from a few.




Guys at YLDFX. Can you explain the open and close price as stated by a user above? Curious how GBPUSD open price is showing 7000.00



Are you referring to the trades placed on the 100gbp as that is the FTSE 100 index?


oh it is FTSE 100 did not know about that. learn something new.
Thanks also the other user pointed a trade where it shows 4.2 pips loss but the trade was in net profit of 12 pounds, is it the swap?


look at the open and the close time stamps, they are 5 minutes apart at 10 AM
it cannot be swap

macdulio@
G7FX

Member Since Nov 10, 2018  7 posts G7FX Aug 18 at 21:11
Bought the book today look fwd to reading this week...lets see the account get to a 1M.

Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 19 at 00:56
Frankly no one should be bothered that the Quick stats above show
-31204.6 pips gains - that's right, negative percentage
just look at other discussed accounts' quick stats, see how many negative numbers you can find

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sandctrading

Member Since Nov 01, 2012  18 posts sandctrading Aug 19 at 06:48
Macdulio posted:
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
AnjanFX posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
YLDFX posted:
MX181 posted:
Easy when you own the brokerage and you don't pay commission


For your information, we do not charge any trader commission on our accounts.


So if not for commissions, you must be running 10 point + sized spreads to make up for no commission. I don't blame you as a broker for doing this, you guys make more money out of the client doing it this way. This would also explain why you do not advertise trading conditions for your accounts on your website.


We offer very competitive spreads, beating many other popular brokers. Register for a demo account and have a look for yourself.
YLDFX was created out of frustration with brokers and regulations making it harder for retail traders, we want to offer a place where traders can come and don’t have to choose between having, leverage and bad spreads or having protection and no leverage. We do not charge commission because as traders ourselves we don’t want to pay commission. We would rather get a little from many than a lot from a few.




Guys at YLDFX. Can you explain the open and close price as stated by a user above? Curious how GBPUSD open price is showing 7000.00



Are you referring to the trades placed on the 100gbp as that is the FTSE 100 index?


oh it is FTSE 100 did not know about that. learn something new.
Thanks also the other user pointed a trade where it shows 4.2 pips loss but the trade was in net profit of 12 pounds, is it the swap?


That certainly explains a -18,490 stop loss that was hit that caused 18,490 pips of loss

And after all this I certainly need no answer for the miraculous change of
Abs. gains from
- 12,652.81 %
to
+ 1,453.59 %
the next day



Entertaining, this is simply myfxbook updating in weird ways can ask them about that side of thing, when it updates it takes about a day to catch up as im using MT5 and myfxbooks is a beta version.

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sandctrading

Member Since Nov 01, 2012  18 posts sandctrading Aug 19 at 06:56
Macdulio posted:
Frankly no one should be bothered that the Quick stats above show
-31204.6 pips gains - that's right, a negative percentage
just look at other discussed accounts' quick stats, see how many negative numbers you can find



Again negative pips is simply how myfxbook calculate different currencies, indices and commodities.

Closed My FTSE 100 trades this morning for around 160 odd pips and myfxbook has read it as: 16330.00 ( again very common for myfxbook as you can see my stats with Axi Trader also shows negative pips if you click summary on the page you will see this)

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AnjanFX

Member Since Jul 13, 2017  9 posts AnjanFX Aug 19 at 11:31
sandctrading posted:
Macdulio posted:
Frankly no one should be bothered that the Quick stats above show
-31204.6 pips gains - that's right, a negative percentage
just look at other discussed accounts' quick stats, see how many negative numbers you can find



Again negative pips is simply how myfxbook calculate different currencies, indices and commodities.

Closed My FTSE 100 trades this morning for around 160 odd pips and myfxbook has read it as: 16330.00 ( again very common for myfxbook as you can see my stats with Axi Trader also shows negative pips if you click summary on the page you will see this)


Great work here then. O really want to see you reach a million. Been following you a lot. Keep up the great work bro. !!

Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 19 at 16:21
sandctrading posted:
Macdulio posted:
Frankly no one should be bothered that the Quick stats above show
-31204.6 pips gains - that's right, a negative percentage
just look at other discussed accounts' quick stats, see how many negative numbers you can find



Again negative pips is simply how myfxbook calculate different currencies, indices and commodities.

Closed My FTSE 100 trades this morning for around 160 odd pips and myfxbook has read it as: 16330.00 ( again very common for myfxbook as you can see my stats with Axi Trader also shows negative pips if you click summary on the page you will see this)


Meta Trader 5 was released in 2010.
MyFXBook did not become the go to standard by being impotant of handling MT5 accounts and running a beta software.
I hope somebody from MyFxBook is reading this and would step up to the plate and show you the door out.
You call 'catching up' to change the absolute gains field
-14000% from one day to +1200% on the next?

You should be arrested for that video where that girl (and she for being an accomplice) claims next to you that she bought that Porsche when the your crypto went to 6 cents from 3.

Unfortunately, religious fanatics would always want to believe that what you display can exist.
There is no one in the world that would make it in trading by looking at a 5-minute chart.

You were beautiful in that video with Timothy Skyes.

macdulio@
Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 19 at 16:23
Samuel, you owe me a link where the quick stats show negative pips and the account is otherwise in gains.

Your Axi trader does not have a topic, so your claim was false again.

macdulio@
Macdulio

Member Since Dec 26, 2018  11 posts Achilles Dent (Macdulio) Aug 20 at 08:42
You could prove your valor by handing over the investor password to the account, but I have a feeling that this would never happen. Until it does, we have nothing else to talk about.

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