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smiley486

Member Since Aug 03, 2011  11 posts smiley486 Aug 23 2011 at 15:09
Hi,
Could I run this with 0.01 lots? :)

odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Aug 23 2011 at 15:16

smiley486 posted:
    Hi,
Could I run this with 0.01 lots? :)


Yes you can. The default settings run with 0.01 lots.

Never say never!
smiley486

Member Since Aug 03, 2011  11 posts smiley486 Aug 23 2011 at 15:24
btw, noticed you are aussie too... i'll try out the EA

whats the difference between the basic and enhanced?

What's the max DD been since Feb?

odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Aug 25 2011 at 12:40

smiley486 posted:
    btw, noticed you are aussie too... i'll try out the EA

whats the difference between the basic and enhanced?

What's the max DD been since Feb?


The main difference is the basic version uses ATR for entry while the Enhanced version uses several other entry options. The step calculation in the enhanced uses atr + stddev whereas the basic only uses atr. The enahnaced has more exit options as well. See the enhancements on the main web page http://gridmeupfx.is-leet.com

I had 1 loss in late May that reached drawdown of 30%. I have set my maximum drawdown on a $1,000 balance to 40%. You can set it less via the Loss Stop Out parameter. If drawdown of 40% is reached I lose approx 20% of my account balance (just over 1 months worth of profit). At this stage from testing this does not occur very often and I hope it stays that way for now :-)

Never say never!
smiley486

Member Since Aug 03, 2011  11 posts smiley486 Aug 25 2011 at 19:51
i've signed up and just waiting for you to accept my registration :)
username: pabella

Istherehope

Member Since Nov 24, 2009  10 posts Istherehope Sep 08 2011 at 11:23
Another user waiting for approval for 1 week and a half
username:Istherehope

odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Sep 08 2011 at 12:26

Istherehope posted:
    Another user waiting for approval for 1 week and a half
username:Istherehope


What email address did you use to pay via Paypal?
I don't believe your forum email address matches your Paypal email address so I couldn't marry the 2 together to activate your account.
I've tried to email you several times but the emails obviously are not getting through.

Once you let me know what email address you used at Paypal I will authorise your account.

Never say never!
Pakfx

Member Since Mar 04, 2011  286 posts Pakfx Sep 28 2011 at 09:39
is there any other way to pay ?
i can not use paypal for payments
thanks

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odrisb

Member Since May 03, 2011  46 posts odrisb Sep 28 2011 at 10:51

   Pakfx posted:
   is there any other way to pay ?
i can not use paypal for payments
thanks


Sorry Paypal is the only form of payment.

Never say never!
mamorostfx

Member Since Sep 26, 2011  47 posts Joss Ghandoss (mamorostfx) Sep 28 2011 at 12:49
robot not trade for this day.?

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