Videos of MetaTrader Manager, Administrator, virtual dealer and other plugins/setting

pboyles

Legendary member
8,072 1,302
Amen, brother! Its of limited use unless traders know which CURRENT brokers have been suspected of using this BS. Who wants to find out by losing money that their broker is ripping them off? How many horror stories have we read about lack of problems on demo and micro accounts, but once the trader starts making real money, the problems magnify.
How many of them do you think are NOT doing it? Every last one of them are doing this type of thing. Of course some are worse than others, just like some shoplifters steal more than others.
 

82nd

Newbie
4 0
How many of them do you think are NOT doing it? Every last one of them are doing this type of thing. Of course some are worse than others, just like some shoplifters steal more than others.
Very few, but I think its a little hasty to label all MT4 brokers as cheats. We as traders are one of the best resources, but common sense dictates a lot of due diligence is required. The Dodd-Frank bill didn't help US citizens who are looking for higher than 50:1 leverage.

Forums like this & others are a good place to start. I haven't checked out forex brokers yet on T2W, but I've searched high & low on some of the other more popular forex forums on which brokers to avoid.
 

pboyles

Legendary member
8,072 1,302
If you'd asked me a year ago I'd have said stick to the large well known regulated brokers. I'd also have said you'd be safer trading futures. Since then FXCM have been fined millions and MF Global have gone bust owing 1.2 billion. Bottom line is you can't trust any of them.
 

Dommo

Well-known member
364 37
'Kin'ell - Kojak doesn't sleep till the job's done - respect from one baldie to another. Who loves ya baby?

Merry Christmas, Kojak!
 

wackypete2

Legendary member
10,229 2,053
If you'd asked me a year ago I'd have said stick to the large well known regulated brokers. I'd also have said you'd be safer trading futures. Since then FXCM have been fined millions and MF Global have gone bust owing 1.2 billion. Bottom line is you can't trust any of them.
True, you don't know who to trust, but unless you give up trading you have to go through someone. Futures and stocks are no better, believe me, except it's not your broker ripping you off, it's the market makers, specialists, and pit traders. Most of it is what I call legally regulated scamming. ie: hft among other stuff

Peter
 

Dommo

Well-known member
364 37
True, you don't know who to trust, but unless you give up trading you have to go through someone. Futures and stocks are no better, believe me, except it's not your broker ripping you off, it's the market makers, specialists, and pit traders. Most of it is what I call legally regulated scamming. ie: hft among other stuff

Peter
Pete - genuine question - do you think HFT affects your own trading in a material way?
 

wackypete2

Legendary member
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Pete - genuine question - do you think HFT affects your own trading in a material way?
Since I don't trade stocks anymore the correct answer is no.
Certainly I think it could but how would I even actually know? If I was trying to get filled on a fast moving stock with EITHER a market or limit order then yes, i can be getting ripped off.

HFT companies front run your trades. That's called "Flash orders". Regulations are supposed to ensure transparency by showing orders to everyone simultaneously but a loophole allows Nasdaq to show traders some orders ahead of everyone else in exchange for a fee.

Sounds like a genuine regulated scam to me.

In fairness I'm not sure if this practice is still going on. I don't follow it much anymore.

Peter
 

Dommo

Well-known member
364 37
Since I don't trade stocks anymore the correct answer is no.
Certainly I think it could but how would I even actually know? If I was trying to get filled on a fast moving stock with EITHER a market or limit order then yes, i can be getting ripped off.

HFT companies front run your trades. That's called "Flash orders". Regulations are supposed to ensure transparency by showing orders to everyone simultaneously but a loophole allows Nasdaq to show traders some orders ahead of everyone else in exchange for a fee.

Sounds like a genuine regulated scam to me.

In fairness I'm not sure if this practice is still going on. I don't follow it much anymore.

Peter
Thanks, Pete, for a very balanced reply. I agree that the Nasdaq flash 'arrangement' is a disadvantage to outsiders, although, to the extent that it still exists, unless you're also working at HFT timescales, I'm not entirely sure that it adds much to any other advantage a conventional inside party has.

In fast conditions, who knows what happens.
 

82nd

Newbie
4 0
If you'd asked me a year ago I'd have said stick to the large well known regulated brokers. I'd also have said you'd be safer trading futures. Since then FXCM have been fined millions and MF Global have gone bust owing 1.2 billion. Bottom line is you can't trust any of them.
No disagreement there. Hey, I saw you commenting on Hot Forex in another thread. Have they fixed their connectivity issues yet? I was getting disconnects daily.
 

Lightning McQueen

Moderator
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well yes of course it did, due to when you arrived you posted to a new thread, the thread you have linked is the original discussion. see http://www.trade2win.com/boards/forex-discussion/141240-videos-metatrader-manager-administrator-virtual-dealer-other-plugins-setting.html#post1748994 you are obveously not reading our posts at all, just posting yours.
 

EcnJesus

Junior member
11 1
On contrary my friend - i read all your posts, in these two threads at least. I haven't been to this forum before posting the videos thou. Seems I've been missing out a lot. The overall IQ of members here is significantly higher then in other forums. Cheers and merry whatever your celebrating.
 
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pgiani

Newbie
5 1
Dear ECNJesus (y)

I like to ask you a question about how is plugin implement in your experience .

  • - To all customers all the time.
  • - Only to customers that been with the Brokes for a few days/weeks ( to minimized suspicion by the cliente ) .
  • - All customers get the same settings.
  • - Do broker usually run the plugin on the demo also so all trades and charts will look the same as the live, because if they don't for example only change the charts ( create spikes to hit SL ) on the Live account we can compare it to the demo and see when it did happen and spot the manipulation.

And one question for the members of the forum.

How do you guys fell having ECNJesus video on a torrent file, that would make much more difficult to take down.
 

chrisbliss

Active member
169 2
wow!? quite a few posts in here since the last time I was here,
ECNJesus alive and well and I knew nothing about it,
well thats good but seems like I missed the videos again:(
I like the idea about the torrent file,
ECNJesus! post your stuff on Piratebay,
it will be impossible to take down
 

pgiani

Newbie
5 1
wow!? quite a few posts in here since the last time I was here,
ECNJesus alive and well and I knew nothing about it,
well thats good but seems like I missed the videos again:(
I like the idea about the torrent file,
ECNJesus! post your stuff on Piratebay,
it will be impossible to take down
Here it is
MetaTrader - Virtual Dealer Plug In Video by ECNJesus (download torrent) - TPB

It is what I got when the video was live I just added a little background music and made all the separated videos in one long video 6 min long.
Help seed it please .
 
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