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Where are Pia's intraday historical performance statistics?

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I want to analyse their intraday signal performance for yesterday.I can't see them on their site.They have provided signals for January 2018, so where are the statistics of results ?I can only see some of yesterdays open signals.

 

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There were several losses yesterday , 100 on Dow Jones , losses on GBPJPY  about 40 pips , GBPUSD  about 40 pips and others.

 

I would like I G to provide transparency on the intraday signal performance. traders could lose a lot of money and IG could lose clients.

 

Here is their intraday performance  for 2017 from their site.loss of 5.92 % .Can I G provide more upto date performance statistics  and transparency on their performance?

 

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Any trader using their signals should trade their signals  on demo for at least a month or two , to see if they suitable  for them.I look at their signals , to see if I can learn anything from them.

 

It may help others see different view.

 

 

Why are they not providing medium term signals, which are supposedly more profitable? .I have not seen any in last 2 days.There 22 intraday signals today, but no medium term signals.

 

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Why are they not providing medium term signals, which are supposedly more profitable? .I have not seen any in last 2 days.There 22 intraday signals today, but no medium term signals. 

This is basis the contract between IG and PIA which is periodically reviewed on an ongoing basis. We do not currently subscribe to medium term trade ideas from PIA which are currently for PIA First premium clients. 

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Apropos of which, their most recent results only cover October 2018. 

I have noticed a large amount of bad trades and I would not be surprised if they are not updating their stats because they have lost an enormous amount of money.

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These performance figures refer to simulated past trading performance on forex and stock trading.

Suggests that they do not trade their own signals with their own money.  That's a big red flag and I'm surprised they get away with it, being FCA regulated.

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