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Gain: +489.22%
Drawdown: 27.95%
Pips: 1936.7
Trades: 1855
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Type: Real
Leverage: 1:500
Trading: Automated

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BlackLord

Member Since Mar 24, 2011  21 posts BlackLord May 26 2011 at 15:04
I am using this bot in ALPARI UK and OANDA (OANDA real account).

In ALPARI i show some small differences but in OANDA the trades are identical.

Never stop learning and gathering experience.
barli

Member Since May 21, 2011  11 posts barli May 27 2011 at 00:10

ET, what broker are you using with this EA and how are your results so far? I've been running it on demo only so far and it's been good.

elio posted:
    Decided to share my experience with this EA.
Trading it live on real account for a week now.
The entry points pretty much match the ones in the statement + I have some additional orders opened.
The exit points are different though, currently 'in my favor'.
Contacted support to ask why and was told it is normal (broker, slippage etc) and results should align in about 100 orders.
Support responded in reasonable time.
So far I'm in the green with this EA.
Will keep you posted if you want me to smiley.

aryaforex

Member Since May 29, 2010  275 posts arya (aryaforex) May 27 2011 at 02:12
hix, it is been closed for new customer..

let's grow together
ETFX

Member Since May 02, 2011  10 posts ETFX May 27 2011 at 09:05

barli posted:
ET, what broker are you using with this EA and how are your results so far? I've been running it on demo only so far and it's been good.


I'm running it on a real FXCM account. Very happy so far.
I'm now in the process of switching my account to ATCBrokers to cut commissions.
After all it's a scalper which makes a lot of trades and a lower commission ecn broker should dramatically improve the performance.


ETFX

Member Since May 02, 2011  10 posts ETFX May 27 2011 at 09:44

aryaforex posted:
    hix, it is been closed for new customer..


Actually I took a look and it's not.
More over, I paid 600$ for three licenses I don't really need.
While now you can purchase one license for 300$ :(

barli

Member Since May 21, 2011  11 posts barli May 27 2011 at 13:05



thanks for your quick response. You said it makes a lot of trades for you? yesterday it had 4 GBPUSD trades on my demo.. how many was on yours? Usually it's like around 1-2 trades a day though..

ETFX posted:
    
barli posted:
ET, what broker are you using with this EA and how are your results so far? I've been running it on demo only so far and it's been good.


I'm running it on a real FXCM account. Very happy so far.
I'm now in the process of switching my account to ATCBrokers to cut commissions.
After all it's a scalper which makes a lot of trades and a lower commission ecn broker should dramatically improve the performance.



ETFX

Member Since May 02, 2011  10 posts ETFX May 27 2011 at 14:14

barli posted:
thanks for your quick response. You said it makes a lot of trades for you? yesterday it had 4 GBPUSD trades on my demo.. how many was on yours? Usually it's like around 1-2 trades a day though..

Well, judging by this public account and my experience with it, the bot will make about 60 trades a month.
FXCM or any other non ecn broker will charge you about 2 pips per trade* depending on the broker and currency.
Now lets assume you have a 2K account and you're using the recommended 5% risk percentage.
Meaning your position size will be 0.1 lot.
So you'll be paying the broker about 2$ per trade (depending on the currency pair).
ATCBrokers charge you 0.8$ per order (open & close) so you save 1.2$ per position.
In percentage terms it sums up to 72$ a month on average = 3.6%!!! Which for me is a huge number.
Now assuming you don't really think you'll become a millionaire in a few months and you're in it for the long run, this is big bucks.
Especially if you have other bots trading the same account (I do) this adds up to even more.
Now, ATC requires a pretty large initial account size (5K$) and the commission is not the cheapest.
You can probably find a slightly better deal on the forums.
I chose them because I believe they are the safest (you're money is with FXCM) and I'm willing to pay a little extra for it.

Sorry that this response turned out to be a little long but I really tried to share my thoughts.

* In case of low liquidity the spreads may rise to even more than one pip for each side.

bart72

Member Since May 27, 2011  1 posts bart72 May 27 2011 at 16:00
hii all pro fx im newbie in fx how to setup

expat1967

Member Since Aug 21, 2010  11 posts expat1967 May 27 2011 at 19:10
Hi,

I am running Wallstreet almost since it was released on ATC and Alpari NZ.

Best results on Alpari Micro and NDD. ATC have slightly less trades in comparrission.

Overall performance is in line with this account if not better. Last two weeks was excellent.

Was worth the buy.

Cheers

barli

Member Since May 21, 2011  11 posts barli May 27 2011 at 23:49


ETFX, thanks a lot for the response.. Are you happy with ATC Brokers besides the fact that you feel safe? Why FXCM makes you feel safe though? because they're listed on NYSE and regulated? Have you tried any other ECN brokers? Like NordFX, or MB Trading?

ETFX posted:
    
ATCBrokers charge you 0.8$ per order (open & close) so you save 1.2$ per position.
In percentage terms it sums up to 72$ a month on average = 3.6%!!! Which for me is a huge number.
Now assuming you don't really think you'll become a millionaire in a few months and you're in it for the long run, this is big bucks.
Especially if you have other bots trading the same account (I do) this adds up to even more.
Now, ATC requires a pretty large initial account size (5K$) and the commission is not the cheapest.
You can probably find a slightly better deal on the forums.
I chose them because I believe they are the safest (you're money is with FXCM) and I'm willing to pay a little extra for it.

Sorry that this response turned out to be a little long but I really tried to share my thoughts.

* In case of low liquidity the spreads may rise to even more than one pip for each side.

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