Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#3
Yashvi Suvarna wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 7:43 am
Do you have Arbitron EA ? share with us then only we can post our honest reviews according to its performance
the most important thing that there is when trading arbitrage is your geographical location (trading location/traders location) really matters.
because its all about executing trading orders super fast pace ( between slow broker and fast broker ) (
if your geographical location is far like 100-200 miles from the brokers server (don't choose arbitrage trading)
technically you will be trading in fast broker slow broker is just for finding price deficiencies.
so choose fast ECN broker.

hope this helps

Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#5
msnayl wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:50 pm
Hello all,
i'm looking for a feedback from Arbitron EA users, as i'm interested in this EA.

looking forward for your feedback
i find Point zero trading arbitrage ea far-more batter than Arbitron ea.
so do your research and find the best one for you.

hope this helps


Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#6
mosape wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:53 pm
there are two types of arbitrage trading
latency arbitrage and triangular arbitrage

Hi,
Can you explain triangular arbitrage in brief please.
Dose it require slow brocker and fast internet connection too?


Any robot you recommend?

Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#7
mosape wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:55 pm
msnayl wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:50 pm
Hello all,
i'm looking for a feedback from Arbitron EA users, as i'm interested in this EA.

looking forward for your feedback
i find Point zero trading arbitrage ea far-more batter than Arbitron ea.
so do your research and find the best one for you.

hope this helps

Hi, it works with the same concept?

Does it needs slow brocker and fast internet connection too?

Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#8
msnayl wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:35 pm
mosape wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:55 pm


i find Point zero trading arbitrage ea far-more batter than Arbitron ea.
so do your research and find the best one for you.

hope this helps

Hi, it works with the same concept?

Does it needs slow brocker and fast internet connection too?
yes

Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#9
msnayl wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:34 pm
mosape wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:53 pm
there are two types of arbitrage trading
latency arbitrage and triangular arbitrage

Hi,
Can you explain triangular arbitrage in brief please.
Dose it require slow brocker and fast internet connection too?


Any robot you recommend?
A triangular arbitrage strategy exploits inefficiencies between three related currency pairs, placing offsetting transactions which cancel each other for a net profit. A deal involves three trades, exchanging the initial currency for a second, the second currency for a third, and the third currency for the initial. During the second trade, the arbitrageur locks in a zero-risk profit from the discrepancy that exists when the market cross exchange rate is not aligned with the implicit cross exchange rate. A profitable deal is only possible when a market inneficiency arises and execution times are small.

Re: Arbitron EA review - feedback

#10
msnayl wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:35 pm
mosape wrote:
Mon Dec 09, 2019 4:55 pm


i find Point zero trading arbitrage ea far-more batter than Arbitron ea.
so do your research and find the best one for you.

hope this helps

Hi, it works with the same concept?

Does it needs slow brocker and fast internet connection too?
hello,
thank you ...

is the latency arbitrage EA by point zero detectable by brokers ?..as you know many do not allow such style.
which broker you are using ?