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  • fxturtle
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    Originally posted by phillipnaz View Post
    Is that just under 16 dollars
    Yes Phillip, that is just under US$16.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle

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  • phillipnaz
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    Is that just under 16 dollars

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  • fxturtle
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    Originally posted by phillipnaz View Post
    How much a month are the cost Turtle
    Hi Phillip,

    Please See Criteria #4.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle

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  • phillipnaz
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    How much a month are the cost Turtle

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  • fxturtle
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    Hello Traders,

    I am extending my offer to 4 more souls to receive my signals. This offer will expire on Sunday, 10 PM EST, May 10th.

    I am doing this because from the current 5 souls brokers, no soul is using a UK broker and no soul is using a US-Client friendly broker.

    1. You must follow the signal on a live Account
    2. You broker must be one of the following: LMAX, FXCM UK, MYFXCHOICE PRO, TALLINEX ECN-Pro Account
    3. You are willing to post your performance (in pips) here at the end of each week
    4. You are willing to pay US$15.735/month (Simpletrader Copier cost plus Paypal charges) from start until the end of your lifetime

    If you meet the criteria above and is interested, please reply to the thread of your interest and mention your broker. The first 4 souls that will reply that have one of the brokers listed above will be considered.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle
    Last edited by fxturtle; 05-10-2015, 02:50 AM.

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  • fxturtle
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    Originally posted by i_shla View Post
    My stats for
    Week ended May 8th:

    Pips: 181.6
    Pip difference from Master: -233.4
    Broker: AxiTrader
    VPS Location: NYC

    Big negative difference in pips. I only had 94 trades versus 115 in the master. I attribute this to my ST setting of "Max slippage in pips" to 1. I've now set it to the default of 3 - see how the next week goes.

    Despite the negative difference in pips, still happy with the profitable week.
    Thanks I_shla for posting your performance.

    To clarify i-shla performance, his posted stats is for the month of May, since he started receiving signal on May 1st, but the rest started on May 3rd.

    Friday, May 1st was a losing day for master account with a lose of -23 pips on that day.

    Total trades for the month: 115
    Total trades from May 3rd - May 8th: 84

    I hope all of you will have the same number of trades as the master account. 1 or 2 missed profitable trades of FxTurtle can make a big difference in your performance.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle
    Last edited by fxturtle; 05-10-2015, 01:10 AM.

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  • i_shla
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    My stats for
    Week ended May 8th:

    Pips: 181.6
    Pip difference from Master: -233.4
    Broker: AxiTrader
    VPS Location: NYC

    Big negative difference in pips. I only had 94 trades versus 115 in the master. I attribute this to my ST setting of "Max slippage in pips" to 1. I've now set it to the default of 3 - see how the next week goes.

    Despite the negative difference in pips, still happy with the profitable week.

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  • phillipnaz
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    Ok cheers Turtle for your reply i like your stats looking good.

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  • fxturtle
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    Originally posted by phillipnaz View Post
    Are Tickmill available in London as i am based in the uk Turtle.Do you have a managed account.
    Hi Phillip,

    Tickmill is not based in the UK, they are based in Seychelles. Their trading servers are in London, UK.

    I don't have a managed account because I do not hold a relevant license to manage other people's money.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle

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  • phillipnaz
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    Are Tickmill available in London as i am based in the uk Turtle.Do you have a managed account.

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  • ESG
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    Hello foxmajster,

    Using a VPS in NY while having SimpleTrader servers in London and broker servers in London would add up latency two times over the Atlantic Ocean.
    Typical latency NY to London is around 180 milliseconds to SimpleTrader for my VPS located in NY.
    This will add up to roughly 360 milliseconds without processing time for your instruction reaching your broker to open or close a position.

    With this setup, of course only out of my perception, you would be better up with using a VPS located in London as well.

    Just my 2 cents,

    ESG

    Originally posted by foxmajster View Post
    hi fxurtle and others,
    as one of the early birds who started on 3rd of May let me share my results and my setup for broker/VPS evaluation:

    Broker: Tickmill (Exchange account)
    VPS: w2cloud.com NewYork server (Enterprise A)
    using Simpletrader copier with LotSize multipler 1x

    week 3.May-8.May:
    result: 392.8 pips
    slippage: -22.3 pips (5%)

    I think the setup works just fine considering that VPS is located in NY while the broker is in London.
    If anyone wants to analyze further here is Myfxbook link (please look only at pips stats because I will change balance and risk settings in the future):
    http://www.myfxbook.com/members/foxm...signal/1227144

    Oh and last but not least: that was some fine trading this week. Keep it up!

    cheers, fox

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  • fxturtle
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    Thank you for posting your last week's results.

    From what I can see, IC Markets/NY VPS have a positive slippage of +1 compared to Master account.

    One follower is using a Tickmill Demo without VPS and his location is in the UK with 22 ms round-turn latency from his home to Tickmill's server.

    Result:
    Pips: +423, which is 8 pips better than Master Account

    However, this is a demo account, which we cannot base an informed decision.
    If performance hold up, he will setup a live Tickmill Account with VPS also in London, so stay tuned.

    Cheers,
    FxTurtle

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  • ESG
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    Hello members of this early bird group.

    Week ended May 8th:
    Pips: +416,5
    Broker: IC Markets
    VPS Location: NY
    Following at 1x lot multipiler.

    My observation in the past is that I do have less slippage with the VPS located in NY (ping to IC Markets servers 1 to 2 milliseconds) even if the signal has to be transmitted from London to NY in the first place.

    I like the way Turtle is sticking to SL set on positions.
    Let's go on!

    Kind regards,

    ESG

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  • dupapa
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    Hi Turtle Group.

    Here are this weeks stats for review.

    Week ended May 8th:

    Pips: +400.7 pips
    Broker:Global Prime
    Slippage -14.3 pips (3.6% less pips than master rounded up to nearest .1)
    VPS Location:Manchester
    This is using LotSize 1x's

    Very happy with the results, no copier issues over here, all in all a great week of trading

    Further analysis @ http://www.myfxbook.com/members/dupa...eglory/1140163
    filter by including "Turtle" & "from" and exclude "*.*" to seperate out this system from the rest on my account

    Again fine trading this week!

    Many thanks for all the green pips

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  • foxmajster
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    hi fxurtle and others,
    as one of the early birds who started on 3rd of May let me share my results and my setup for broker/VPS evaluation:

    Broker: Tickmill (Exchange account)
    VPS: w2cloud.com NewYork server (Enterprise A)
    using Simpletrader copier with LotSize multipler 1x

    week 3.May-8.May:
    result: 392.8 pips
    slippage: -22.3 pips (5%)

    I think the setup works just fine considering that VPS is located in NY while the broker is in London.
    If anyone wants to analyze further here is Myfxbook link (please look only at pips stats because I will change balance and risk settings in the future):
    http://www.myfxbook.com/members/foxm...signal/1227144

    Oh and last but not least: that was some fine trading this week. Keep it up!

    cheers, fox

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