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apparently eurgbp is trading, noteurusd http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/metatrader_expert_advisor/blue_monkey/real
check the back tests... the lot size increase and closed at the same time = martingale. the signal used appear to be good most of the time, the martingale is here when the entry point is missed
interesting martingale system to follow. the pips win is good. and apparently there is a stop loss setup (280 pips on eurjpy). so the account may be correctly protected. but for sure its not possible to handle multiple currency in normal or aggressive mode. (40% of DD on 2 currencies = margin call...) can you publish a combined back test? (there is tools to merge multiple back tests in 1 result)
like I said... myfxbook do a really bad job for the DD side... check the sum of the DD for the 15 trades in the batch, it's more than 245$ myfxbook calculate a DD of 85$, a big difference :)
[quote]robotchallenge posted: The vendor disconnected his account to myfxbook for more than 1 day during this eurgbp drawdown to hide the fact that his new maximum dd was going to far exceed the calculated 28% that is currently displayed. Very deceptive since I would guess that the account was nearly wiped out and he was very lucky that it corrected when it did otherwise he would have been in need of a new account on his website. It really is only a matter of time before it is margin called with the risk level he is using in an attempt to display such huge gains.[/quote] not updating myfxbook ......
yep check your broker execution speed. specialy during news... most of them suffer issues. its why its never recommended to trade during the news... oups... MDP is designed to trade during news... bad combination :)
try the keltnerpro EA. appear to be good, stable, no martingale, no grid, good SL.
well... the BM back tests results in more than 50% of DD. and the DD calculated by an MT4 back test is very bad (only calculated when a trade is closed) so for sure the EA can have an DD higher than 50%. we'll have to see if the profits will be good enough... or if the ratio profit / DD is too high.
[quote]stevetrade posted: Complete waste of time showing a demo account for an arbitrage EA. Best regards Steve[/quote] I agree, but did you have another account published? if yes, please provide the URL.
right, its a demo account created for this site: http://www.bestforexrobots.net/ they just run a bunch of EAs unfortunately they follows the vendors recommendations, so if the EA hit a big SL, they ask the owner of the site to remove the results and starts a new one... which results in hiding some bad performers...
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