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Sierra Chart for Charting and MBT for Trading ?

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Sierra Chart for Charting and MBT for Trading ?

I want to know if any one has tried charting with sierra charts on the default forex feed and trading form MB trading.

Mb trading platform is not that good and has limited drawing tools as i am a :

Swing Trader and need best possible Charting to Analyse marksts.
I trade E-Waves and price action.

Has any one tried this combination so far or any other combination world be a great help

for now i use ninja trader for charting and It is good but not a great platfrom for my style.

Thanks in advance.
Lawrence

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Has no one tried this combo a little help will be appreciatted.

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I want to know if any one has tried charting with sierra charts on the default forex feed and trading form MB trading.

Spot forex is unregulated and decentralized, it means every broker has their own price. You cannot use the feed from broker A or feed A to trade broker B.

If you don't want to use MB Trading's data, then you shouldn't trade with them. I know that Sierra Chart supports FXCM and IB.

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Spot forex is unregulated and decentralized, it means every broker has their own price. You cannot use the feed from broker A or feed A to trade broker B.

If you don't want to use MB Trading's data, then you shouldn't trade with them. I know that Sierra Chart supports FXCM and IB.

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Thanks Mike, will have a look in to it.

U sad u had traded spot forex with MBT (read that in Euro form) what platform did u use for charting?

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Thanks Mike, will have a look in to it.

U sad u had traded spot forex with MBT (read that in Euro form) what platform did u use for charting?

Thanks,
Lawrence

I used the MBT Platform. I no longer trade with MBT, I had too many problems. Went back to IB for spot.

Keep in mind, I am not a scalper.

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I used the MBT Platform. I no longer trade with MBT, I had too many problems. Went back to IB for spot.

What problems did you have? Were they execution/data/software related?

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What problems did you have? Were they execution/data/software related?

Yes, all of above.

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