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Leo Trader Pro In Trading Systems Dec 14 2010 at 12:54
Hi Steve, not in front of computer right now. I'll let you know finfx's time later. Think it's gmt+2. On some of the open trades earlier it does appear the stop loss was about 330 pips. But once the trade goes positive they move it to break-even and higher. Only saw 1 trade so far, will need to observe more trades to see what it's doing. The 330 pips could either be the real or fake stop loss so need to see more trades to verify.
Leo Trader Pro In Trading Systems Dec 14 2010 at 04:05
Just noticed something. The lot sizes started fairly conservative then they got bigger in sept, even bigger in Oct and last week they are back down to conservative again. Think they were upping the lot sizes to show the appreciation the EA could produce. After they made their numbers they turned it back down.
Leo Trader Pro In Trading Systems Dec 13 2010 at 18:21
[quote]jayman posted: [quote]pc8multifx posted: There are people which digged a bit deeper and they think its a collaboration- hoax between this broker and the EA vendor.. [roll] as always, time will tell.. [/quote] The clue that I saw mentioned is the account open amount $500 USD and the trades have a commission. If you visit the FinFX site they do not offer an account that can be opened for $500 USD and is commission instead of fixed spread. I thought that maybe the statement was in Euros, but it does show the account currency as USD. [/quote] Maybe, if you notice the chart......
Leo Trader Pro In Trading Systems Dec 13 2010 at 18:17
That's what I thought also. Otherwise how would the EA vendor be able to get the CEO of FinFX to make a statement and back it up in black and white. They seem a bit too close.
Leo Trader Pro In Trading Systems Dec 13 2010 at 17:38
Yep, this is not my account. I'm using the login details from them and putting the results here to see the stats. But I'd be interested to hear what everyone thinks about this EA. So far if this is real and everything about it so far seems real and more importantly verifiable we might have the first real EA that puts the proof on the table. I even contacted FinFX to find out if they are fully owned Finnish brokerage with no US interest. My suspicion was that someone doctored the results from within but they said they only have US customers, no US ownership. After that Leo Trader site cam......
Pips 4 Idiots In General Dec 13 2010 at 17:01
Yeah, I agree its a piece of J***. I still bought it via a Megadroid link to get their bonus which was a USD/CAD EA that they had really provided login details to. But having sprung for it pips4idiots is a real piece of S***. Right after you spring 97 for it they take you to another link trying to sell you optimized settings for it for 87/month. The only setting I could really change was the SL and TP. &*^&^%, like I'm going to spring 87 a month for SL and TP settings!!! But I was expecting that. My BS meter was also flashing before I bought it but I wanted the MD freebie. Well......
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