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Hi, I was just wondering, how is it possible the same charts, same indicators, same trend , same time frame, same instrument analysed looks different on a different trading platform, I can understand there is a time difference and trading availability, but how is that possible in the middle of the session? Like for instant the RSI 95 vs 77, shorter MA crosses longer vs Parallel MA's on a different chart?! Thanks

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And I also appreciate if someone  would detail the fees, one of the open positions reached the SL and the balance shows a different amount after deducting the SL amount.

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It is likely to find the same charts and analytical tools on every platform (except time which is a very important tool for those trading large amounts with high leverage, while analytical tools are offered according to the trading time sequences and markets existing on the platform) , the maximum control over the trades is not always possible, there are factors that no platform can control for the best trading experience, lagging is one of them, then a slow computer and finally algorithms that may respond to early or to late to a buy/ sell order. Unfortunately I cannot share the same opinion and orientation with you, the education provided by institutions and publishers hasn't been applied or even respected in my professional career or trading and investing part-time job, so I decided to follow my own theories, instincts and developed 'courses, studies and real experiences' (not in the professional side which is supported by many many years).

I do have an own explanation for markets available to trade in pre and after hours trading sessions, but not for all the others available at the same time especially when the change or the difference occurs in the middle of the trading session.

Regards   

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21 hours ago, Rude said:

It is likely to find the same charts and analytical tools on every platform (except time which is a very important tool for those trading large amounts with high leverage, while analytical tools are offered according to the trading time sequences and markets existing on the platform) , the maximum control over the trades is not always possible, there are factors that no platform can control for the best trading experience, lagging is one of them, then a slow computer and finally algorithms that may respond to early or to late to a buy/ sell order. Unfortunately I cannot share the same opinion and orientation with you, the education provided by institutions and publishers hasn't been applied or even respected in my professional career or trading and investing part-time job, so I decided to follow my own theories, instincts and developed 'courses, studies and real experiences' (not in the professional side which is supported by many many years).

I do have an own explanation for markets available to trade in pre and after hours trading sessions, but not for all the others available at the same time especially when the change or the difference occurs in the middle of the trading session.

Regards   

P.S.: It could probably be very nice and profitable active participating in all analyses, debates and setups present on the site as long as 'it is treated as a full time job', leaving no other professional or employment choice, once again, unfortunately the presence in front of a monitor or display for long hours like 8 hours or longer turns to smash all previous education provided/ achieved and drives towards a different social life, generating a chain reaction that doesn't exclude healthcare sector and their education, aligning to different professional careers that may resume to titles only. Perhaps health and safety regulations that do not exclude those working in an office environment were implemented just to avoid all the mentions above, after that remaining a choice, a dependency, a necessity or no other alternative.      

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