Can you extract the list of 253, and provide that list in a text file, or some type of delimited file format?
It's easy to export such a file from the FPI Control Panel by modifying the source code, which is free.
eagles wrote:With regard to the effectiveness of this type of trading can it be concluded that the smaller the number of pairs involved (3), the easier to profit because of processing the trades in sequence?
Yes and also because of the fact that the less there are FX symbols in ring, the lesser the spread sum.
eagles wrote:Your charts of FPI appear to be on a 15 minute interval. Have you looked at longer time frames? It seems that the differential would exist on all time frames. The higher number of pairs might be easier to trade on the longer time frames, where order processing time would be less critical.
No, FPI doesn't work this way. Have a look at the above article with sine wave. Sure, the inefficiency will be visible on all time frames, but FPI trade can't be "slowed down" by using a higher timeframe. It's like thinking you can slow down a film by only looking at it every 5 seconds. By looking at a higher timeframe, you will miss some FPI extremes.