Tag Archives: MyFxBook
Posted on 09. Sep, 2012 by Jakob.
MyFxBook is once again hosting a trading contest for all their members, where you can participate completely free of charge, with a chance to win a funded account with IamFX.
First prize: A funded account with IamFX: USD 3,000
Second prize: A funded account with IamFX: USD 1,500
Third prize: A funded account with IamFX: USD 500
I am sure a lot of members are pleased to hear that in this contest, trading will once again be done by through the MT4 platform, with a demo account from IamFX. This will allow everyone to use an Expert Advisor or a combination of several different ones.
No matter if you chose to automate your trading for the contest or do it manually, you will have a chance to win one of the above-mentioned prizes.
MyFxBook is a great resource for forex traders, and completely free of charge. Head over and sign up for the contest here.
Posted on 05. Jun, 2012 by Jakob.
MyFxBook is hosting a new trading competition, where you can participate completely free of charge. This time, Oanda is the sponsor of the contest, which is why participants will be trading via Oanda´s fxTrade platform.
Posted on 21. Mar, 2012 by Jakob.
MyFxBook came up with a new feature to their site so you can view historical trades from a chart perspective. So far you have only been able to analyse your trades via their analytical features, but now you are able to view them directly on charts as well. This can already be done in the MT4 client terminal, but I think this is a great addition to MyFxBook as it is nice to have everything available from one platform / site, and what better place than MyFxBook?
Posted on 08. Feb, 2012 by Jakob.
MyFxBook now allows you to compare broker spreads, in real time from several different brokers; a really neat feature which you can try right here. The list currently counts 37 different brokers and 53 different currency pairs, and I am sure this will be a real eye-opener for a lot of traders.
Posted on 21. Jan, 2012 by Jakob.
MyFxBook is once again, hosting a forex trading competition, where you can participate completely free of change and win a live funded account. The sponsor for this competition is Vantage FX, and the one who takes the first place will win a live account from Vantage FX with an account balance of $2,500, second place $1,000 and third place $500.
Posted on 04. Dec, 2011 by Jakob.
MyFxBook is my favorite site when it comes to analyzing historical performance. FxStat is another great site and they are doing a great job with new features but for now, my preferred choice is MyFxBook. You can read more about social forex sites right here.
MyFxBook continues to improve their site with awesome features and today I just got an email from them, telling me they have added yet another feature to an already amazing site.
Posted on 15. Nov, 2011 by Jakob.
It was my intention to start this live forward test some time ago but due to a busy schedule, I simply haven’t had the time to set everything up the way I wanted it. I have spent the last week London with a very tight schedule. Now I finally had some hours to get things started.
Posted on 22. Oct, 2011 by Jakob.
FxStat has been around for some time and their popularity is increasing, which is not surprising. The first time I went to the site I thought of it as a completely copy of MyFxBook. Although there are many similarities, the two sites still follow their own trajectory. I have had a very solid opinion of my preferred “social” forex website (which has been reflected on here on TradeProfits) but I am starting to lean a bit more to the other side. With the recent addition to FxStat of Market Leader, I thought it would be a good idea to look closer at the main three social forex websites.
Posted on 20. Oct, 2011 by Jakob.
MyFxBook, a social forex trading site / community is my preferred site for historical trading analysis, for one. I have mentioned MyFxBook on several occasions here on TradeProfits, simply because the site rocks. Signing up is free of charge, and you will have all the analytical details you need for your historical trading.
Posted on 05. Oct, 2011 by Jakob.
I stumbled upon the new site OpenTrader yesterday. I went through a couple of their sites and signed up for a free membership. Unfortunately the site is not ready just yet. They plan to launch in mid-October. So I am on the waiting list and as soon as they open the doors, I will definitely spend some more time on this site to see what they can do for me.