echo trade 's 3 days delay P&L

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by nomoredaytrade, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. nomoredaytrade

    nomoredaytrade Guest

    This post is to remind new trader that echo trade have no real time P&L. The P&L appear on they trading screen is only gross P&L ONLY. You will only know that they have charged you huge commssion and other hidden fees three days later. So if you are a beginner in this field, better start somewhere else
  2. Just print out your net sheet the next day. It has all commission and fees on it.

    Trade Well.
  3. tdoc


    I'm not one of the ECHO cheerleaders, but I feel compelled to respond to this post. First off, if you are a beginner, you don't belong at a prop firm like ECHO (IMHO). Echo's Netsheets through Pax Clearing leave a lot to be desired, but your real-time gross P&L is always accurate with Echopro. Echo does not charge "huge commissions and other hidden fees". Your commissions and fees are clearly spelled out when you begin trading and I have never encountered hidden fees. I believe the add-on, Predatorpro, allows you to monitor P&L minus commissions, but I have never used this feature. I think what you are complaining about is lack of access to account EQUITY figures in real-time. Get your facts straight before bashing what is basically a good firm.

  4. i would personally like to help you set up your position summary window so you can see your net P&L .......including hidden fees like the SEC charges which everyone has to pay.
  5. so, who are you?, which handle you you also use on ET?

    which office or are you remote?

  6. Did QDZ finally change brokers?
  7. Nordic


    This has to be a joke. I would not let this guy trade Pokeman cards. :D
  8. Daryn


    Funny, I was thinking the exact same thing! The writing style is identical.
  9. C Rob,

    Can you do this in Echo Trader 2 or just EchoPro? If you can do it with ET 2, would you mind helping me out as well? It's not a huge deal for me; waiting a couple days for NetSheets is fine, but if it can be done, what the heck...