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ooohhh... finally THE action you should never do... you have removed your dead account!!!! so finally you decide to hide the margin call your EA can produces. incredible lack of transparency and huge loss in credibility. what else did you hide? what are the other accounts you killed? Forexpeacearmy identify potiential relationship with 2 other bad EA... http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.bluemonkeyea.com I think they are right. Any new customer go away from this system.
[quote]hokie posted: [quote]hokie posted: [quote]RedRhino posted: If you initiate the first trade manually ( use a script to implement the magic number and correct comment), will the EA start managing that trade and place more as needed? [/quote] What a brilliant idea!! I tried it and it worked!! The EA is opening a new trade using the script that I downloaded for free from https://www.mql5.com/en/code/9673 Download the OpenOrder_EN.mq4 Read the instruction on the website, it's pretty straightforward. I think with this ability to initiate a new trade/batch, the EA is even more powerful tha......
[quote]askew8 posted: [quote]hokie posted: [quote]jhnnavoigh posted: @RedRhino at this this point we ca be more than sure that this is a trade copier and not a stand alone EA. Also i suspect that the people behind Blue Monkey are the same behind sPhantom...more than one point in common [twist] Cheers.[/quote] The BMEA is not a trade copier, but it's more like a hybrid, it has its own logic running locally on our VPS/PC to manage the positions (add and close positions), but it requires a signal from the server to initiate a new batch. Luckily, with the script I mentioned in previous email, we......
what is missing is to have the EA published on different accounts (at least on demo accounts) 1 per pair to see how each pair performs alone. also this help the customer to see some month of activity on a new release before getting the new version. the customer should be tester for an EA...
[quote]FinalElement21 posted: Did BlueMoney Shut Down the EA? Its not making trades anymore...[/quote] no, the EA just don't open trades any new pairs if there is already a trade in progress. like currently eurgbp is active, so don't expect trades in eurusd... this Is how a martingale system make the account surviving longer periods :) which is bad, because maybe other currencies may generate profit while the eurgbp batch is in trouble... having all the pairs at the same time with lower lot size could produce better results... don't know.
[quote]Alyx184 posted: Hi everyone, I just signed in to myfxbook after following this discussion since december. Can anyone explain me how he got the EA working? I've tried everything but in 21 days i haven't seen any trade from Bluemonkey. My broker is Markets.com, is it supported? Thank you[/quote] did you check your MT4 log files? did you see any error?
no, the ea now supports some retry when a close trade command is executed. but the current batches will not be closed, there is no force close. you can close the batch manually if you want or wait that the EA detect a new close signal and close the batch for you.
at least, the MT4 logs must be scanned to identify why the trades were not closed. if its not an ECN account, the broker may cancel the order if there is too many slippage. so change the slippage parameter of the orderclose command. I'm using this: https://github.com/keyguy/TradersTech/ there is an orderclosereliable function which works perfectly for any broker...
[quote]Banana123 posted: [quote]willgart posted: [quote]Banana123 posted: And the lesson is clear: Do not trade against the trend and market sentiment...Or at least just aim for a minimal and conservative profit (closing targets) of long positions in a down trending currency.[/quote] again again again... if you know the trend you rocks! you are the master! so can you share your strategy? how did you know the trend?[/quote] Even if you close your one eye and see through the other, the chart will tell you a currency is trending or not. My friend my friend, the trend is your friend just ask Mr......
[quote]Banana123 posted: And the lesson is clear: Do not trade against the trend and market sentiment...Or at least just aim for a minimal and conservative profit (closing targets) of long positions in a down trending currency.[/quote] again again again... if you know the trend you rocks! you are the master! so can you share your strategy? how did you know the trend?
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