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Jelita.EA In Trading Systems Dec 10 at 10:24
Renamed from Chantika to Jelita? BTW, it will be more believable if there is withdrawal.
This is the result on my Live FXOpen account.
Received my refund :)
I've started from 16 Oct 2014 and till yesterday 3 Dec 2014, my live trading account suffered net losses. Decided to stop using Keltner Pro. I've emailed the trades details and requested for refund, but no reply from Jared. Has anyone successfully got their refund?
What is this EA? Is there an official website?
Harmony In Trading Systems Nov 29 at 06:34
I've analyze the trades since Sep 2014. Oct 2014 trades incurred huge losses because of greed. Increased lot size after profitable month Sep 2014. Lesson learn, always use fixed MM risk %. [smiley] Which EA are your using? Care to share?
[quote]BluePanther posted: [quote]vladrac posted: Like I said bf this is a great strategy that needed a few minor tweaks, now, how much you risk is up to you in the end. This is not hardcoded by the EA.[/quote] ...or it was the settings I used. Either way (broker or settings), the performance sucked for me: over 13 sizeable losses in a row - I couldn't continue such a strategy! The winners need to share their secret [wink][/quote] Matt, you could enter the number of orders to open per currency pair in the MaxOpenOrders. Default is 3, I set it to 1 because my account small.
[quote]willgart posted: here the formulas used by MT4 for the back test results... as you can see nowhere the floating DD is used! only the balance is used calculated against closed trades only. so you can have a move of 1 000pips against you, the trade is closed at +10pips... no DD, you are positive. conclusion... set the risk to the minimum possible and target a small 5% per month. wait and see how the DD is using the hourly DD calculated by fxblue (instead of myfxbook).[/quote] Agree. When I back test an EA, it reported Max DD of USD 500, but when forward te......
I dun think there will be an update on this account because it will be either wiped off by the surge on GBP or IBFX will be closing all open positions before moving the account to FXCM. Guess we will have to write off the losses and the cost of the EA.
[quote]gftcfd posted: [quote]kobebeef posted: This morning the EA closed all open positions on EURGBP causing a loss over USD1,600. Totally different from his account. [mad][/quote] @kobebeef The risk percent of Bluemonkey live test is quite high, your EA may close all trades, but Bluemonkey possibly keep holding all opening positions. And Bluemonkey live test in myfxbook update once a day.[/quote] I have no other EA running on this account. My only EA is Bluemonkey and it closed all open positions resulting in a huge loss in my account. There is no other reason for the EA (BlueMonkey) to c......
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