BTC ETH PnL Python script tracker from MotiveWave bridge

(Last Updated On: January 6, 2020)
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I just added a new Python script which does the following: 

Here is a simple Python script that measure win/loss ratio and overall profit and loss for your order being pumped out of MotiveWave, This is a sample of how to calculate these from a sample file of binance_order.txt. You would then use GREP in your Linux to find the exit by searching for the = sign as explained in the video. 

There is also a walkthrough video accompanied with the Python script. This is note for all you ELITE members or those are intersted in this algotrading programming service. 

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