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    MBT MT4 bridge

    I've been figuring out ways to bridge MT4 EA together with my MBT account. Has anybody done this already?

    I came upon this site: http://www.quotetracker.com/help/QTTradingAPI-MB.shtml
    Has anybody tried them?

    If you're working on similar project and would like to collaborate, maybe we can hasten up things.

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    If any one interested please post. Thus far I've one other person. So it is 400 atm. If you interested this would be good investment for you as you will find out sooner or later that every MT4 broker are in business to make money out of you to not help you make money. Help me place in the cost and this will definitely save you who understand how much later. DOT THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY invest clever.

    Spread are very low such as Eur/Gbp are avg of 1pip and you pay 50 penny for 10,000 in commission. Economy one pip in spread believe of the in percentage that's huge. Most broker you will see are now rip off avg of 5-7 in Eur/Gbp.

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    QuoteTracker is great, I use it 24/7 for MBT FX quotes and indices/equities/futures on IB. Although I don't have a funded account with MBT, the quotes, charts, and level 2 data interface fine. I envision orders could work just as well too.

    There is no chart backfill for MBT regrettably, I use IB for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I have been figuring out ways to bridge MT4 EA together with my MBT account. Has anybody done this already?

    I came upon this website: http://www.quotetracker.com/help/QTTradingAPI-MB.shtml
    Has anybody tried them?

    If you are working on similar project and would like to collaborate, perhaps we can quicken things up.
    ,

    A friend of mine did this for me on a demonion acct. Past year by coding a dll and it works, I don't have the source code however. But there are couple of issues:

    1. MBT doesn't allow hedging (buy and sell same pair without offset each other) and also my EAs are wholly based payoff, instead like grid trading. .

    2. MBT's swap rate is too high.

    So I never used it live. But I am certain it can be carried out. I am just awaiting Alpari opens up at the US. Good luck.

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    I thought about this occasionally ago, and got this idea to write an MBT-SDK a .csv history file that then converted to .hst and read by MT4. Regrettably, I have not had a chance to follow it through. I must meet my loved ones endings and conditions in my country for the past few months were slip down from bad to worse.

    Still, if you would like to share ideas, don't hesitate to pm me. Only, do forgive when I'm a bit late in response.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I've been figuring out ways to bridge MT4 EA together with my MBT account. Has anybody done this?

    I stumbled on this site: http://www.quotetracker.com/help/QTTradingAPI-MB.shtml
    Has anybody tried them?

    If you are working on similar job and want to collaborate, maybe we can quicken up things.
    It is readily achievable to start trading from an EA, however in the event that you use indiors on your EA they'll be based on the charts in MT4 but you will be actually trading on MBT. If this isn't a problem I feel this can be readily done. I've completed MT4 bridges for other purposes. I have not connected them to MBTSDK but I've as nicely done a little programming in MBTSDK and from what I have seen it seems possible.

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    I've been using MBT for close to a year now and there are alot of things I like about them but I have been contemplating changing brokers simply because I can't utilize the power and tools (forums such as that) available with MT4. So I am very interested in any progress that as been created in the effort to bridge the two. Although I am not a programmer/coder, I would be willing to assist in any way I could. Thanks.

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    I've loed someone who's willing to bridge this for $800 one time fee.
    -ECN
    -No dealing desk
    -Spread are low have a look at MBTrading
    -No match
    If you need it let me know we can share the price tag. 2person=400 3p/266 4p/200 ect


    I understand mbt will come out with MT4 soon but I rather stay away from runing it in live account as it take years for all bug to be fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I have found someone who is willing to bridge this for $800 one time fee.
    -ECN
    -No coping desk
    -Spread are reduced check out MBTrading
    -No game
    If you want it let me know we can share the cost. 2person=400 3p/266 4p/200 ect
    I had been expecting to trade my EAs at MBT last year after I had been disgusted with MT4's built in broker cheats. However, this offer comes way late.


    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I know mbt will come out with MT4 soon but I rather stay away from runing it in dwell account as it takes decades for insect to be fix.
    When not trading my EA for nearly a year, Im not in a rush to wait longer to trade them at MBT's MT4 implementation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    If any one interested please post. Up to now I have one other person. So it's 400 atm. If you interested this could be great investment for you as you'll find out sooner or later that each and every MT4 broker are in business to generate money from you not to help you earn money.
    MBT has already come out with their very own MT4 (beta), available for free to all clients. Who requires a bridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I know mbt will come out with MT4 soon but I rather steer clear of runing it in dwell account as it takes decades for all bug to be mend.
    Is that were actually true, will not your bridge take even longer to work out the bugs, as you don't have an whole broker's IT division helping you like they do?

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