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Hi TQ, thanks, but I think if you would make them public it would make a lot more sense since many people are interested in that. Also, the current performance underlines my need for some backtests as the system is not doing really good in the new and more volatile market conditions as I see here.
Hi TQ, are there any news about the backtests? Thank you.
Great, thanks a lot. It´s enough if you just upload the Ninjatrader backtest reports and with fixed lot sizes so that compounding doesn´t influence the equity curve. Thanks again, much appreciated.
Hi TQ, thanks for the explanations, as for the broker, Forex ist not about trust for me at all, whenever somebody says "trust" in relation to Forex, it was a scam in the past;) So Forex is all about having a good regulation, especially if you put big money into it, otherwise you can´t do anything if the broker runs with your money if they are not regulated like MT.COOK is. Still I wish best of success, but nothing for me. Your 9 months live performance are great, but mean nothing for the long term. The markets changes a lot, so showing a long term backtest for your system is ......
Another question on top: do you use the same settings for all pairs or is each pair optimized with it´s own parameters? I am really wondering if you use simple MA crosses for the entry as it looks like that.
Thanks, but you are still avoiding to post backtests. 1 year or less are nothing in Forex, this does *not* cover all market conditions. Go ahead and post a backtest of 10 years or 4 years, you could have done that already faster in NinjaTrader than writing these long posts. As for MT.Cook, they might be heavenly great, but they are from New Zealand and there is NO real regulation their for Forex brokers. That, along with a high minimum to fund the account, is a absolute no go for anyone who likes to keep their money safe in the long run. Why not go with a regulated serious Australian Broker l......
They already have a verified MyFxBook account, see previous page. Before investing a huge sum into their MAM, I´d ilke to see the backtests though.
Sorry, but a vendor not showing a backtest has to hide something. I see your live performance is good, but it might just be a lucky run for the last half year and might fail tomorrow. Why not show some backtests if the system is that good? It won´t hurt you at all. And since the SL / Profit Targets are high, the backtests, while surely not 100% accurate, that´s clear, will at least give a guideline to how the system performed in the past in all kind of market conditions on all the different pairs.
Hi TQCapital, where exactly should I check your site? I don´t see any backtests there. Can you post a link? Thank you.
OK, thanks. What about the backtests? Before investing it would be great to see those as the current performance could just be a "lucky run".
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