Flex EA - Shotgun (High Risk) - REAL (by flexea) Quick Stats
Gain: +352.26%
Drawdown: 58.61%
Pips: 1267.1
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Leverage: 1:500
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Flex EA - Shotgun (High Risk) - REAL Discussion
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Fulviofly

Member Since May 09, 2016  14 posts Fulviofly Jun 11 2016 at 11:40
Is the default version of shotgun or is a modified version?

successwill

Member Since Nov 18, 2015  199 posts successwill Jun 13 2016 at 08:49
Duble up and get out.

sst36

Member Since Jun 16, 2015  7 posts sst36 Jun 14 2016 at 07:50
I have been an Forex Flex user for well over a year now and, unlike other posters on the Forex FBI site, I have not matched anywhere near the results others have claimed. Comments or questions I attempt to post are always 'awaiting moderation'. Fortunately I have lost only a relatively small amount of money but a loss is a loss nevertheless. My impression is that Forex FBI is merely a shill for the EA.

successwill

Member Since Nov 18, 2015  199 posts successwill Jun 15 2016 at 06:42
Here is my test result with shotgun: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/successwill/alpari-shotgun-06/1666494

I dont know what settings Steve uses and requested the set file but no reply yet.

As for my test Brexit volatility seems to have effected it.

Fulviofly

Member Since May 09, 2016  14 posts Fulviofly Jun 15 2016 at 08:51
Terrible!
This is what Steve told me a few days ago:
'Yes the shotgun is all default settings except I think it uses a MaxADR of 125'

successwill

Member Since Nov 18, 2015  199 posts successwill Jun 15 2016 at 10:04
No its not all default cus i saw at least 7 charts were open at Thé same TİME. However default allows max 3-4 charts

sst36

Member Since Jun 16, 2015  7 posts sst36 Jun 15 2016 at 11:33
Interesting to see using the shotgun settings given the site says best to avoid it. I have been using hybrid, default v2 or default all with default settings.

flexea

Member Since Sep 04, 2015  8 posts flexea Jun 16 2016 at 05:55
Here is the .set file for this. It's being traded with a beta version 3.40, but it should trade very similar if not the same as it would on 3.37.

3.26 may trade differently.
Attachments:
shotgun.set

flexea

Member Since Sep 04, 2015  8 posts flexea Jun 16 2016 at 05:57
successwill posted:
Here is my test result with shotgun: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/successwill/alpari-shotgun-06/1666494

I dont know what settings Steve uses and requested the set file but no reply yet.

As for my test Brexit volatility seems to have effected it.


What version are you using? You have a 1000 pip SL, I don't see that SL in v3.26 or higher where it uses a 200 pip SL.

successwill

Member Since Nov 18, 2015  199 posts successwill Jun 16 2016 at 07:15
The shotgun of latest version (3,37) seems to have a bug.. Although the price went opposite direction about 50 pips, flex didnt open additional basket trades.. This happens sometimes .. So i will install the stable version (3,26) and test..

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