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myfxchoice posted: The rules for 'Positions/Orders' are as follows:
You can not open more that 15 lot per SIDE per SYMBOL. For example you can have 15 eurusd BUY and 15 eurusd SELL plus 15 up and 15 down for every currency pair, but with total amount of open orders not exceeding 100.
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Oh really, I see at the moment that contest leader 'cahgaul' has 145 lot opened. So these rules definitely not meant for everyone.
We have checked that user and we can see that he has not exceeded the maximum allowance according to the contest rules. The maximum amount of lots that you can have is 5 lots (maximum per order) *100(orders) which gives 500 lots that can be opened on a single account without breaking the rules.
it means overall u can open 500 lots but in one pair u can open only 15 lots which is divided into 15 buy and 15 sell and each position is of 5 lot which means to open 30 lot in one pair u need to open 3 buy of 5 lot and 3 sell of 5 lot tht way if u open 16 different pairs with 30 lot u will open 500 lot i hope u understood
Has anybody looked through the competitors from page 6 through page 143? All 0, 0%, appear to be inactive. So out of a supposed 3000+ traders only a few hundred are & were (those who are blown out) actively trading? Seems strange...
Dustin1772 posted: Has anybody looked through the competitors from page 6 through page 143? All 0, 0%, appear to be inactive. So out of a supposed 3000+ traders only a few hundred are & were (those who are blown out) actively trading? Seems strange...
read from the first page . you will find the answer . why there a lot account dont active n blown out the amount
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