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soulfire

Пользователь с Jul 20, 2011  23 сообщений soulfire Oct 03 2012 at 10:18
Some brokers such as Instaforex deposit trading rebates directly back into the trading account.

At present myfxbook reports these payments as new investments in the Deposit amount and are not counted in the Profit amount. So instead of INCREASING the investment return number, the rebate payment is displayed exactly opposite - as DECREASING the overall return.

These payments can end up as significant amounts and make tracking these accounts using myfxbook inaccurate and time consuming.

Could you amend your software so that Rebate deposits count as trading Profit and not New Investments.

Thanks

cheva282

Пользователь с Jul 09, 2012  9 сообщений cheva282 Oct 03 2012 at 19:03
Will be awesome to have that feature!!

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