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I like idea of just 2 pairs and only 17% dd. But Doug is looking soooo prolifically good now that it scares me! I don't know what to think anymore.
Hi. Why did you stop using fapturbo2 on ideal Tallinex? Something went wrong or EA actually "bad news bears".
Anyone experiencing this EA and possibly posting a myfxbook tracking chart?
[quote]Genrich posted: [quote]rob559 posted: why no backtests ....or all bt that i heard of were negatives[/quote] Here's BT of AUDUSD for 2014 year.[/quote] Will you be doing all 4 pairs? If so attach them all at once? How 'bout 2yrs for each? Well, just a "hmmm", no biggee otherwise. Thx for this one in meantime! :)
[quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: [quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: [quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: Anyone here use REV on usa's fxcm 1:50? [/quote] Yes, My FXCM is now 1:50... [/quote] Thx. See you just got hooked-up. :) Best of luck, not liking sound of things for REV on 1:50 as some have found here on this discussion, hope you find otherwise, as fxcm would probably be it for me too if I bought REV. :O[/quote] My account is big enough that i should not have margin issues using RTP.. But I was surprised when they changed me from ......
[quote]RedRhino posted: Control points backtest. Results are good and steady. Check out my version here - http://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/revenginepro-eurusd-std-setfile/76355[/quote] Like your test. Please tell us about details of it like 1min resolution using what backdata? Etc. And can you do other pairs?
[quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: [quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: Anyone here use REV on usa's fxcm 1:50? [/quote] Yes, My FXCM is now 1:50... [/quote] Thx. See you just got hooked-up. :) Best of luck, not liking sound of things for REV on 1:50 as some have found here on this discussion, hope you find otherwise, as fxcm would probably be it for me too if I bought REV. :O[/quote] My account is big enough that i should not have margin issues using RTP.. But I was surprised when they changed me from 1:400 to 1:50.. But I am still making money and that ......
[quote]LibertyHound posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: Anyone here use REV on usa's fxcm 1:50? [/quote] Yes, My FXCM is now 1:50... [/quote] Thx. See you just got hooked-up. :) Best of luck, not liking sound of things for REV on 1:50 as some have found here on this discussion, hope you find otherwise, as fxcm would probably be it for me too if I bought REV. :O
Anyone here use REV on usa's fxcm 1:50?
Is there a website for vending this EA? .......oh, just found it, vergilfx.com.
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