Does anyone trade MBT through cashbackforexusa.com (Excel Markets)? If so, how is it? Anything I should know?
DislikedTrue, the spikes I showed were 3 years ago, but I see spikes 3 days ago at 17:00est (rollover period) on 9/5 on AUD/CAD. Regardless if trades are executed based on that spike, it distorts the daily chart.
Also, I've seen more spike issues with tick charts, regardless if it's my demo or my live account. Attached is an example from GBP.
Also, if I have a ray that goes back a long time, often times that ray is misplaced on lower time frames, such as 15min. All these charting issues make me want to go back to futures
Any word on the...Ignored
Dislikedno need to lie, i been block for some time nowIgnored
I don't know anything about your demo account number, but I am sure it has never been blocked. If you have a problem with the Demo account, just ask support to look at it, or register for a new one. Either will work fine.
If you need me to look into it personally, just send me a private message with the number and I will look.Ignored
Dislikedj it's not so much the demo account, when i try to log in online it tell me my account been block, why is this?Ignored
Dislikedi posted a bad comment on here and now they block my demo account, go figure can't login online, account been blockIgnored
Yes, MBT is better.
You can 'beat' the spread, buy on the bid, sell on the offer.
DislikedLOL, if that were the case...I would become the head cheerleader here.Ignored
DislikedI'm a current MB account holder however, my account is dormant since I've been trading at Oanda.
I was looking into the getting paid for limit orders promotion and was struck by the ambiguity in the disclaimer (posted below).
Who defines "immediately executable" & "some period of time"?
These phrases seem wide open to interpretation and thus someone deciding that my/your limit orders don't qualify. This is reminding me of Clinton's "it depends on what your definition of the word "is" is.
1The term "Payment...Ignored
DislikedIt's pretty simple, really. If the quote is 5 by 7 and you place an order to buy at 6, that is "not executable" at the time that the order is received. That means that your bid of 6 becomes the best bid to the market. That means that if you get hit, you get paid because it spent time on the ECN.
The language is to clarify (not confuse) the issue that just because you use a Limit order doesn't mean you get paid if the Limit can be executed at the time it arrives. So in the same example above, market is 5 by 7, you place a Limit order to buy...Ignored