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vps window 8 In General 11 Hours ago
I run my own VPS service, use windows 2003. Use the remote accesss on your PC like this. http://www.myfxbook.com/files/Professor53/screen_shot_of_remote.jpg Garry aka P53
[quote]IDMG posted: I'm gearing up to participate in our $1M challenge in Sept. We're starting with $500 and intend on growing that to $1M in 40 weeks! No EA. This will be manual trading. One of our accounts is listed here on Myfxbook... started in May this year as of today were up 140%.[/quote] OK, lets see.... Many have tryed, non have completed a project like this on a real account. We will follow. Garry aka P53
Try auto trade here on myfx book. Its easy to demo.
http://www.myfxbook.com/files/Professor53/rogue_wave_july_18.jpg Scotty , the Chart is looking good! Garry
[quote]ibthescottyb posted: WHeres the Pictures of the multiple moniters? You left that part out![/quote] http://www.myfxbook.com/files/ibthescottyb/20140715_161112.jpg Hehe - now that I am down to one EA, I really only use the one monitor for MT4. I have the two pc's connected via KVM so they both can be controlled with one keyboard and mouse.[/quote] Now we are talking!! Great photo. Garry
Simple and effective according to your risk. My doouble sided gridder witih martingale.
Well, I have a double sided grid with optional martingale thats a lot of fun to back test and live forward. It can make you a little or a lot with increased risk. Let me know if you want to play with it. If you like it, you can donate, its your option. I have it on a recent live demo test. Garry aka P53
Phonix is correct, its hard to make a lving trading with a EA with the risks involved. I can set my OWN EA at a minor rate and have minor growth or increase the risk for increased profits. It goes hand in hand. Can you back test and are you comfortable forward testing EAs? I loe the grids and martingales, but they can be risky. See IBtheSCottyb above for a PC setup for home use. Garry aka P53
[quote]ibthescottyb posted: LOL - Yeah sure. The PC on the left is a basic Dell about 6 years old running Windows Vista 32 bit. It has been running MT4 for about 5 years now off and on. The one on the right is an HP Z220 Workstation. Basic model I use for my personal business and back testing. More than enough to do what I need. http://www.myfxbook.com/files/ibthescottyb/20140715_160934.jpg [/quote] WHeres the Pictures of the multiple moniters? You left that part out!
Its still going!!! OMG!!! great job!
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