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Member Since Mar 04, 2010  423 posts SIM (pip2cash) Aug 02 2010 at 08:39

Probably they charge too much from signal provider.surprise



Member Since Jul 08, 2010  1 posts JMFX_Futures Aug 05 2010 at 15:14
You are probably right.


Member Since Aug 14, 2010  219 posts Will Schaarrand (pipinvestment1) Sep 14 2010 at 22:14
$98 every six months
$88 for any system added within one month of first

hmm. interesting...

I like the pay per client basis.


Member Since Aug 14, 2010  219 posts Will Schaarrand (pipinvestment1) Sep 15 2010 at 00:13

 Ok Traders, what do you like of this..

Since providers pay a fee, this will obviously act as a quality check. A provider that does not make money would not submit a system because they have a few dollars to lose.

Unlike Zipsignals, Zulu, and RAS, anyone can submit there system with nothing to lose and much to gain.

What is your opinion on a Fee for providers to join?


Member Since Nov 26, 2009  33 posts jagui Oct 29 2010 at 15:50
I favor the fee for providers, it makes the whole thing more professional to me.
I payed, I'm testing C2 and it appers very reliable from a techical point of view.


Member Since Nov 26, 2009  33 posts jagui Nov 04 2010 at 08:44 (edited Nov 04 2010 at 08:44 )
I have to correct myself, the reliability is zero.
I'm using C2 from MT4, with their payed EA to send trades automatically. C2 opening and close prices are much different from mines. Position size where incorrect on several trades, and some trades where left open after I closed them.
A complete mess.


Member Since Nov 04, 2010  4 posts FMTmanual Nov 04 2010 at 16:28
Hi jagui, I am member at wv and last week they proposed c2 in their membershipsite. GermanFX seems cheap and has a good score. MMF is even better but costs 99$/month. Which systems do you recommend from c2 to me a s brand new myfxbookmember who is starting out with my friends manual and ea version of FMT.


Member Since May 21, 2010  5 posts Thyristor (thyristor) Nov 30 2010 at 06:41
Signal provider shall pay listing fee every 6 months. This means only serious providers will submit the signal. Loser one will be eliminated by itself and even afraid to register at the first time. Zipsignal, zulu or RAS signal anyone can submit signals without worry to lose money.


Member Since Jan 25, 2011  2 posts billfx Jan 25 2011 at 10:14
tried them for a few weeks, didnt convince me...


Member Since Feb 17, 2011  8 posts anacon Feb 25 2011 at 09:50
Hi everyone,
I tried to use Collective2's systems some time ago, but to be honest I was not able to do as I think it was possible. I started to receive several e-mails but I didn't find how to connect in order to trade automatically. On the other hand, I was specially disapointed because one company who seems to have some brigde for working with some brokers, I don't remember its name but should had a partnership with Collective2, starts to phone me, sends e-mails, etc.
It's true what you say, they are the one signal providers marketplace where signal providers must to pay, but it is not a guarantee for having serious traders as signal providers, because they can pay for positioning their systems better, so if you pay, your system is better ranked and promoted in Collective2....

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