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motzworkman 2013.11.26 22:51 

Hi,


was just curious to why anybody would subscribe to a demo signal? as that person would have control of youre money and none of theirs would be on the line. so higher risks could be taken on their side??? any ideas?

cheers

Simon Gniadkowski
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Simon Gniadkowski 2013.11.26 23:30  
motzworkman:

Hi,


was just curious to why anybody would subscribe to a demo signal? as that person would have control of youre money and none of theirs would be on the line. so higher risks could be taken on their side??? any ideas?

cheers

There are many possible explanations . . .  for example,  many subscribers complain that their position size does not match the signal provider's,  the best way for this to happen is if the provider and subscriber have similar account sizes,  if a signal provider setup 5 signals on demo accounts based on the same strategy with a variety of account sizes there is a better chance of there being one that is similar to the subscribers account size  . . .  as a result the subscriber will get a better service.
Documentation on MQL5: Standard Constants, Enumerations and Structures / Environment State / Account Properties
Documentation on MQL5: Standard Constants, Enumerations and Structures / Environment State / Account Properties
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Alain Verleyen
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Alain Verleyen 2013.11.27 08:01  
motzworkman:

Hi,


was just curious to why anybody would subscribe to a demo signal? as that person would have control of youre money and none of theirs would be on the line. so higher risks could be taken on their side??? any ideas?

cheers

See this topic As a subscriber, do you invest in Demo Account trading signals?
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