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Myfxbook really needs to rank systems based on NAV not balance.

Fill or Kill (cateful)
Apr 15 2010 at 10:42
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I mean, just look at the top systems.

May I suggest a filter to be created based on equity growth, and a filter to show only systems with unlocked open trades & history.
Ethan (Staff)
Apr 15 2010 at 11:00
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Fill or Kill, as mentioned many times before, this isn't possible yet since our systems don't calculate equity. Once they do, we will be able to do that.

As to the second part of your suggestion - it will be added.

Thanks.
cubist
Apr 15 2010 at 13:11
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With Oanda accounts the problem is acquiring the data. They don't log NAV in the Activity Log that MFXB parses. They know people want this feature, and I'm sure it's not that difficult to implement, but there is a lot of sensitivity around stability and availability and I think they are cautious about introducing features that place a load on the system. It may be too that these logs (from my recollection) have not changed substantially in a decade and they don't want to mess with the uniformity of the data.
kennyhubbard (compuforexpamm)
Apr 15 2010 at 13:21
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Hi guys,

Yup, mentioned time and time again 🙄

Perhaps what you could do is to dedicate a column in the systems page, to what the current % equity to balance is.

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Hernan Segovia (Spyfrat)
Apr 19 2010 at 05:43
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just an open trade for public will do. history of trades can be kept secret at everyone's discretion. zero open position means equity is 100% correct.
will schaarrand
pipinvestment0
May 05 2010 at 11:56
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cateful posted:
    I mean, just look at the top systems.

May I suggest a filter to be created based on equity growth, and a filter to show only systems with unlocked open trades & history.

100% agreed. Equity is All that matters in the end.
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