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 <panel title="​3) - How do I request a trial for ProfitView?">​ <panel title="​3) - How do I request a trial for ProfitView?">​
-We don't offer a ProfitView trial however it's free to try out ''​BitMEX Testnet'',​ ''​Coinbase Pro Sandbox'',​ ''​Deribit Testnet'' ​and ''​Gemini Sandbox''​!+We don't offer a ProfitView trial however it's free to try out ''​BitMEX ​Testnet'',​ ''​Bybit ​Testnet'',​ ''​Coinbase Pro Sandbox'',​ ''​Deribit Testnet''​''​Gemini ​Sandbox''​ and ''​OANDA ​Sandbox''​!
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 <panel title="​4) - How much do the OCC &amp; Multipass Indicators cost?">​ <panel title="​4) - How much do the OCC &amp; Multipass Indicators cost?">​
-OCC & Multipass are each offered at an annual cost of 0.1 BTC per year.+OCC & Multipass are each offered at an **annual cost** of ''​$479.99'' ​per year.
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 <panel title="​5) - How much does ProfitView cost?">​ <panel title="​5) - How much does ProfitView cost?">​
-ProfitView 1.is offered as a lifetime subscription at a cost of 0.08 BTC.+ProfitView 1.is offered as a **[[https://​buy.profitview.app/​|lifetime ​license]]** at a cost of ''​$379.99''​ or a **[[https://​profitview.app/​buy/​monthly|monthly ​subscription]]** at a cost of ''​$34.99''​.
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 At the same time you should then specify LESS number or retries (3-4) for your main position order by adding ''​retries=<​number>''​ only to that line of your syntax. At the same time you should then specify LESS number or retries (3-4) for your main position order by adding ''​retries=<​number>''​ only to that line of your syntax.
  
-**Note:** According to the [[https://​www.bitmex.com/​api/​explorer/#​!/​Order/​Order_new|BitMEX API documentation]] position closing orders are considered "​reduce only" by default, so for ''​c=position''​ commands there is **no need** to specify ''​r=1''​ – with the added benefit of normal ​closing orders being exempt from load shedding while "​reduce only" orders can fail!+**Note:** According to the [[https://​www.bitmex.com/​api/​explorer/#​!/​Order/​Order_new|BitMEX API documentation]] and the [[https://​blog.bitmex.com/​api_announcement/​load-shedding-and-close-execinst/​|BitMEX Blog]] position closing orders are considered "​reduce only" by default, so for ''​c=position''​ commands there is **no need** to specify ''​r=1''​ – with the added benefit of closing orders ​without a quantity (PV will omit this automatically for q >= 100%) being completely ​exempt from load shedding while "​reduce only" orders can fail!
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