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I do remember their "This one and that one stays forever...." too. If my memory serves me right such comments happened two times in a row at least and turning out as hoaxes afterwards. AFAIK 'trust' means something different than that.
Last edited by prouser; August 6th, 2015 at 02:29 PM.
This has been a rumor for the past months, there is another competing platform coming out having a new generation of development methods bypassing MC, they are said to also have patents - which explain why the founders say MC is in "stagnation".
Can add, that several rumors/speculations are circulating, that MC is becoming a broker like NinjaTrader ( IB decide to cut them of ) - that MC is pitching for an exit - that they have a IP violation of an existing patent, which might explain why Interactive Brokers cut them off ( if it was a IB decision) - that as said a new competitor with IP rights is coming in - that they were in an exit negotiation, but that this process was unexpected stopped.
In general, IB would not cut business off, and MC wouldnt either - participants do simply not cut off business and revenue in this sector, perhaps unless the other party is not generating revenue - so this might be caused by a serious issue, such as a legal issue.
A good example is NinjaTrader and FXCM, when NinjaTrader became their own broker, FXCM continued promoting NinjaTrader, NinjaTrader is still listed at the FXCM web site - FXCM did not cut NinjaTrader off simply cause NinjaTrader still generate a revenue for FXCM.
So a major part of this question will be answered when we know why IB did cut off MC, or why MC did cut off IB.
Last edited by JansenTrader; August 10th, 2015 at 05:44 PM.
I think there would be other more suitable moments and channels if I wanted to promote a company or platform :-)
As the others here I have heard rumors as well, besides have more information than that, and was curious whether the IB news is true, a coincidence this decision happens now as owners talk about absolutely not selling.
Last edited by JansenTrader; August 10th, 2015 at 04:34 PM.