Dislikedbro,how & when did u get this chart/tools of yours,to analysis the speed of your executions.does it works for EAs only or it works on market orders too? thanks!Ignored
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I'm in the UK, and MT4 order execution speed for me via Armada has a median of 140ms, see chart below. The chart shows market order execution speed for some recent trades (Live account, with an open authenticated session). The large values were when the MT4 authenticated session was closed.
For now i'm happy with Armada's serviceIgnored
DislikedComparing them with 2 other brokers I use, they are quite all right during the news - haven't had any trades rejected, the spread though was not as tight as it usually is. But it was not so bad and to be honest, and it was somewhat expected that it would widen..
Latency-wise, they claim to execute trades on their web trading platform in 3 milliseconds, but on their MT4 its a few milliseconds slower as it goes through their MT4 server..
Multicharts should be as quick as their web platform, but as it requires a very powerful computer and takes up...Ignored
DislikedAs long as you have at least dual-core laptop or desktop with 1gb ram free, you should be fine. Not sure how many windows/worksheets are running, or if any automation is running. Try using MemClean. Free and unlike other older memory cleaners, it does not slow down the computer at all. it trims the process' working memory that it is not using. The guy also has another tool DiskMax, which actually freed up over 5GB on the vps and 4GB on the home laptop. Very useful when the total vps...Ignored
DislikedMulticharts DOM + LMAX = Scalpers Paradise ?
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Disliked1 click trading though the DOME ?Ignored
DislikedLmax's Order Execution Policy: In the event that the bid and ask prices of an instrument quoted on the MTF widen beyond the "trusted" range prescribed by the MTF, the MTF will not accept any new Orders until the affected bid and ask prices fall back to within the "trusted range".