Real time P&L algo automated forex trading lesson

(Last Updated On: January 26, 2018)

Big whale profit algo automated forex trading lesson

Who knew? You make a 43 minute video and you teach yourself certain lessons. It seems the velocity of negative  real time P&L (from the broker) can be a potential guarantee to see if you have a unprofitable trade against you. Check this video to  see a potentially big whale position version others that go negative. It seems shorts have a higher profitability that goes against me. Also, ensure that your broker gives the REAL TIME P&L after you put your position on (entry) to track this. This video also shows on how debugging and logging the evolutions of these positions can help in tracking. I don’t think many brokers offer real time P&L nor proper trading APIs.

One  thing after conversation with someone who has experience with Dukascopy JForex is how the API has lots of detailed metrics with indicators. Not only, it is agreed that the OOP nature the API works to your advantage as compared to Interactive Brokers or LMAX.

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