Inertia Trader (by babyjake1961) Quick Stats
Gain: +376.98%
Drawdown: 54.21%
Pips: 2972.9
Trades: 364
Won:
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Type: Real
Leverage: 1:200
Trading: Automated

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babyjake1961

Member Since Mar 31, 2016  67 posts babyjake1961 Jan 10 at 06:42
Tritan posted:
babyjake1961 posted:
FxMasterGuru posted:
At least now we all know that this EA's profitability is VERY BROKER SPECIFIC.


I have a smaller live account with Tickmill and have great results there too: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/babyjake1961/01062016/1651616/fKH5fPEbSIoKLFQbpbpM


Hi, are your results on both accounts running the EU M15 & M5 EAs?

Thanks.

Yes, they are.

therichonedemo1

Member Since Mar 15, 2010  30 posts The Super Rich (therichonedemo1) Jan 11 at 00:05
There is no trade so far. Is this normal?

To get rich by consistent and safe means...
aeronthomas

Member Since Dec 04, 2010  1533 posts Ozzie Matt (aeronthomas) Jan 11 at 04:10
babyjake1961 posted:
FxMasterGuru posted:
At least now we all know that this EA's profitability is VERY BROKER SPECIFIC.


I have a smaller live account with Tickmill and have great results there too: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/babyjake1961/01062016/1651616/fKH5fPEbSIoKLFQbpbpM


Thanks for sharing this account. As was beginning to fear only worked on FXChoice and I wouldn't open account with a Belize regulated broker. Tickmill now has FCA regulation. I wonder if that reduced liquidity this time of year could have been responsible for the differences in the price feed between Ic Markets and FxChoice also?

StrikerBob

Member Since Jun 25, 2013  48 posts StrikerBob Jan 11 at 07:47
I have a GBPUSD Bot started Dec 6 it has traded 7 times 4 losses and 3 wins up 15% overall.
Bob

aeronthomas

Member Since Dec 04, 2010  1533 posts Ozzie Matt (aeronthomas) Jan 11 at 11:26
I see the same trade on tickmill on 3rd January performed better on tickmill by a large pip margin.

FXchoice trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.04.2017 18:20 EURUSD Buy 73.49 -41.10 167.60 1.04166 1.04847 68.1 49443.51 23h 50m 10.09%
Tickmill Trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.05.2017 02:05 EURUSD Buy 2.00 -60.20 197.90 1.04168 1.05239 107.1 2108.24 1d 5.28%

Are both accounts just running default risk settings?

The tickmill account has performed better at 30% per month, versus FX choice at 24.67% per month (since 1 June 2016 - using custom analysis). I use tickmill so good to know it runs on this broker without issues being FCA regulated non US clients would be advised to try it on tickmill, I believe. The November and December results for Tickmill and FxChoice percentage gains are very different, so it must be very broker sensitive. Which is okay as long as know which brokers it will do good on. Any other tried on? cheers


babyjake1961

Member Since Mar 31, 2016  67 posts babyjake1961 Jan 11 at 11:41
therichonedemo1 posted:
There is no trade so far. Is this normal?

Perfectly normal. There are no large price movements on Forex daily.

babyjake1961

Member Since Mar 31, 2016  67 posts babyjake1961 Jan 11 at 11:42
aeronthomas posted:
babyjake1961 posted:
FxMasterGuru posted:
At least now we all know that this EA's profitability is VERY BROKER SPECIFIC.


I have a smaller live account with Tickmill and have great results there too: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/babyjake1961/01062016/1651616/fKH5fPEbSIoKLFQbpbpM


Thanks for sharing this account. As was beginning to fear only worked on FXChoice and I wouldn't open account with a Belize regulated broker. Tickmill now has FCA regulation. I wonder if that reduced liquidity this time of year could have been responsible for the differences in the price feed between Ic Markets and FxChoice also?

Brokers' price feeds are different because their liquidity providers are different.

babyjake1961

Member Since Mar 31, 2016  67 posts babyjake1961 Jan 11 at 11:45
aeronthomas posted:
I see the same trade on tickmill on 3rd January performed better on tickmill by a large pip margin.

FXchoice trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.04.2017 18:20 EURUSD Buy 73.49 -41.10 167.60 1.04166 1.04847 68.1 49443.51 23h 50m 10.09%
Tickmill Trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.05.2017 02:05 EURUSD Buy 2.00 -60.20 197.90 1.04168 1.05239 107.1 2108.24 1d 5.28%

Are both accounts just running default risk settings?

The tickmill account has performed better at 30% per month, versus FX choice at 24.67% per month (since 1 June 2016 - using custom analysis). I use tickmill so good to know it runs on this broker without issues being FCA regulated non US clients would be advised to try it on tickmill, I believe. The November and December results for Tickmill and FxChoice percentage gains are very different, so it must be very broker sensitive. Which is okay as long as know which brokers it will do good on. Any other tried on? cheers


The EA will do OK with any broker which has reasonable spreads and decent liquidity (no price gaps).

aeronthomas

Member Since Dec 04, 2010  1533 posts Ozzie Matt (aeronthomas) Jan 11 at 12:01
babyjake1961 posted:
aeronthomas posted:
I see the same trade on tickmill on 3rd January performed better on tickmill by a large pip margin.

FXchoice trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.04.2017 18:20 EURUSD Buy 73.49 -41.10 167.60 1.04166 1.04847 68.1 49443.51 23h 50m 10.09%
Tickmill Trade
01.03.2017 18:30 01.05.2017 02:05 EURUSD Buy 2.00 -60.20 197.90 1.04168 1.05239 107.1 2108.24 1d 5.28%

Are both accounts just running default risk settings?

The tickmill account has performed better at 30% per month, versus FX choice at 24.67% per month (since 1 June 2016 - using custom analysis). I use tickmill so good to know it runs on this broker without issues being FCA regulated non US clients would be advised to try it on tickmill, I believe. The November and December results for Tickmill and FxChoice percentage gains are very different, so it must be very broker sensitive. Which is okay as long as know which brokers it will do good on. Any other tried on? cheers


The EA will do OK with any broker which has reasonable spreads and decent liquidity (no price gaps).
thanks for your replies.

Tritan

Member Since Jul 01, 2010  2 posts Tritan Jan 11 at 19:11
Just got first set of trades opened up on Varianse broker today. Reduced my lots to 0.05 as didn't want full exposure.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Tritan/gw-inertia/1929382


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