GridMeUpFX 2013 (by odrisb) Quick Stats
Gain: +33.28%
Drawdown: 74.04%
Pips: 2500.0
Trades: 1853
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Type: Real
Leverage: 1:100
Trading: Automated

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odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb May 03 2011 at 13:03
odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Jul 07 2011 at 07:16
AT LAST!

After 3 years of trialing many forex robots, GridMeUpFX has assisted with doubling my account within 6 months grin

odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Jul 15 2011 at 14:41
Just updated the GridMeUpFX Basic copy to version 2.

Try it out here:
http://gridmeupfx.is-leet.com/download.html


zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero Jul 15 2011 at 17:40
omg. this is too awesome. i can try the basic version for free!! and if that doesnt work, i can buy the enhanced versiion forr tweentyy bucks?

unbelievable.

z/.


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odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Jul 17 2011 at 12:03
Over the last 3 years I've been stung many times by the marketing tricks of the forex robot fraudsters.
This is a chance for the small player to try out a system that is working OK for me in the current market conditions.

The $20 bucks for the enhanced version is like a donation for the many hundreds of hours I've put in to trying to make this robot profitable over a longer period.

Hope it works out OK for all those that give it a go :-)


hbejinha

Member Since Jun 17, 2011  11 posts fxtrader (hbejinha) Aug 19 2011 at 05:35
you are using default settings?


odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Aug 19 2011 at 08:45

hbejinha posted:
    you are using default settings?




Yes default settings :-)

hbejinha

Member Since Jun 17, 2011  11 posts fxtrader (hbejinha) Aug 19 2011 at 12:29
using lot 0.1 what is the recommended balance?

odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Aug 20 2011 at 13:09 (edited Aug 20 2011 at 13:18 )

hbejinha posted:
    using lot 0.1 what is the recommended balance?


0.1 lot minimum balance would be $10,000
I would recommend using the built in SmartLot feature whereby it chooses the most appropriate lot size for your account balance.

The drawdown on my account is not caused by GridMeUpFX but other robots I experimented with early on in my trading life. I get sick of everyone seeing the MyFXBook summary and assuming the 70% drawdown was caused by GridMeUpFX (from memory I believe it was Forex Bulletproof that took out that 70% achievement). With the LossStopOut setting I use the maximum drawdown I allow is 40% before closing losing trades. This is still high but when you are grid trading you have to accept higher drawdown periods.

enjoytrade

Member Since May 12, 2011  65 posts enjoytrade Aug 20 2011 at 15:58
Hi

For which pairs is it used or more suitable?

don't work for money, let it work for you...
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