11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
To me Zipsignals are only for those with big equity accounts. I need to have a portfolio of about five signal providers to limit my risk. The cost for one signal provider with Zipsignals can be $240 per month - so if I select 5 of the best providers my montlhy cost could even be as high as $1000 per month. That means I have to have equity of at least $20,000 and a profit of 5% per month just to pay for the costs of the signal providers. Why would I want to do that if i can get free signals from other suppliers?
We've just joined Zipsignals, our system 'SG iForex - ProTrader' should be available by next week for subscription. You can view all our trade history from my myfxbook account. Due to the spreads from the brokers available, only manual trading system will be available in ZipSignals.
I'm provider at zipsignals I send my signals from a VPS based in UK and receive back my own signals trough their client EA, execution time is fine. I would only worry about latency if I would run or rent a scalping system. Notice I speak about the quality of transfering the trades not the quality of the trading itself.
cunod posted: Can someone explain this to me. The charts are entitled as 'Uncompounded Equity charts?' In there little world what does that mean? Is it you put x amount in and then go take out the amount made at the end of the month, always using x amount of equity and never any more, or something else?
Never mind all i got an answer from their support answering the question. Her it is for anyone with the same question.
From support: The uncompounded equity chart assumes you start with any amount of dollars, let's say $1000. The percent of account each trade is worth, let's say 1%, would open 0.01 standard lot. Since it is uncompouned the original amount of $1000 is used to determine lot sizes each time. So, if you placed $1000 or $5000 or any amount in an account, and took every trade at the account percent based on initial deposit for each trade, then you would see a very similar equity drawdown and return as displayed.
Can someone explain this to me. The charts are entitled as 'Uncompounded Equity charts?' In there little world what does that mean? Is it you put x amount in and then go take out the amount made at the end of the month, always using x amount of equity and never any more, or something else?
pipinvestment0 posted: I have been testing ZipSignals as a provider and not as a customer.
However, when I was testing their software, I never had any issues.
Their platform allows me you directly place my trades from their website which does speed up the signal to the clients by a few ticks. I am also using their PROVIDER EA which copies all of my trading activity and sends the signals to the client. So far the speed is working great, even though I am an aggressive scalper.
Their platform allows me to see when each trade was executed on the clients side, which is very useful. I can also send messages to my clients if I want to update them with new information or with new settings.
The Clients EA has complete flexible whether they want to use a percentage of their account balance or fixed lots.
You can also trial test my signals from ZIPsignals for only $1 a week.
The Unbeatable project gets a few more trades, and a few possible swing trades while the Naked Chart Project is mostly Scalps.
So far my experience with Zipsignals is 10/10. I have nothing to complain about at this time. They are Professional. All Emails were answered quickly and thoroughly.
Not sure which is the best signal provider. I am setting up an acct with Tradency and will be cautious. PipInvestment, you are a signal provider . . . Can you tell me why you do not offer your strategies to Tradency?
Is it because of the signal providers, or the results the customers get compared to the results on the Zipsignals website.
For example, results from Ace- FX trader look consistent on ZIPsignals, but the results from Ace's Member page on Myfxbook are not even close to the same results. https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Ace1074
However, The results from Ace's Demo account resemble the results from Zipsignals results.
I was told that the Zipsignals results are suppose to resemble LIVE results because their data feed is from FXCM which include Spread.
You would think ACE1074 would have a LIVE account that has the same results as what is displayed on DEMO and match the results on Zipsignals.
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