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    Hello,

    I am using STVPS and subscribed to Day Fox and FX Viper.

    When I go to my control panel on the Simpletrader website I can see in my trade history to see how the two traders have done.

    Is there someway to separate the results from the two traders so I can see my results from each trader individually?

    In the trade history I can only see the combined results.

    Does the Analytic Package separate these results so you can see how each trader has done on your account?


    Thanks,
    Kevin

  • #2
    I guess you are looking at the chart at the top of the main page.

    If you click on "Go to My Signals", then View My Activity" you will see the stats. for each signal individually.
    You will not see the slippage detailed unless you have purchased the Analytics package, in which case you will have an analytics tab under the "View My Activity" section.

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    • #3
      What I'm looking for is the Profit total of each individual trader, not a listing of all the individual trades on my account.

      Kevin

      Originally posted by BillHuppert View Post
      I guess you are looking at the chart at the top of the main page.

      If you click on "Go to My Signals", then View My Activity" you will see the stats. for each signal individually.
      You will not see the slippage detailed unless you have purchased the Analytics package, in which case you will have an analytics tab under the "View My Activity" section.

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      • #4
        Yeah in the analytics package it gets broken down by signal. You can also just link your account to MyFxBook or FX Blue and custom analyze it by comment or magic number.

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        • #5
          Yeah I've tried doing the custom analyze with MyFxBook by magic numbers. There sure is a lot of magic numbers to sort through and choose the correct ones.

          I was just hoping there was an easier way to find out Profit by each signal.

          Originally posted by ultracat View Post
          Yeah in the analytics package it gets broken down by signal. You can also just link your account to MyFxBook or FX Blue and custom analyze it by comment or magic number.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kmf View Post
            Yeah I've tried doing the custom analyze with MyFxBook by magic numbers. There sure is a lot of magic numbers to sort through and choose the correct ones.

            I was just hoping there was an easier way to find out Profit by each signal.
            If you look around the forum I uploaded an excel spreadsheet which gives a pretty good breakdown. All you need to do is save your mt4 history to your c drive and run the spreadsheet. It does most of the work for you


            http://www.forexsignals.com/forum/showthread.php?t=276
            Last edited by pearcey2; 08-24-2014, 12:32 AM.

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            • #7
              Thanks so much for this, unfortunately I have no idea of how to use this. I've saved my mt4 history to my c: drive, but that is about as far as I can go. Never used a spreadsheet before.

              Originally posted by pearcey2 View Post
              If you look around the forum I uploaded an excel spreadsheet which gives a pretty good breakdown. All you need to do is save your mt4 history to your c drive and run the spreadsheet. It does most of the work for you


              http://www.forexsignals.com/forum/showthread.php?t=276

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              • #8
                Originally posted by kmf View Post
                Thanks so much for this, unfortunately I have no idea of how to use this. I've saved my mt4 history to my c: drive, but that is about as far as I can go. Never used a spreadsheet before.
                On the first page there is a grey button. Click it and wait a bit. The graphs on the next few pages will update

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                • #9
                  Sorry to be so dumb about this, but where is this grey button? I'm using Open Office, does it work with that?

                  Originally posted by pearcey2 View Post
                  On the first page there is a grey button. Click it and wait a bit. The graphs on the next few pages will update

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kmf View Post
                    Sorry to be so dumb about this, but where is this grey button? I'm using Open Office, does it work with that?
                    Oh! I haven't used open office, only MS Excel. There's a good chance the macros won't work sorry!

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                    • #11
                      No problem. Thanks for the assistance.

                      Originally posted by pearcey2 View Post
                      Oh! I haven't used open office, only MS Excel. There's a good chance the macros won't work sorry!

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