These contests are becoming a contest of the programmers rather than of the human trading race? You can get a Grand Master to beat a machine at chess but turn up the speed… it becomes harder & harder to dodge the bullets. Arbitrage, pip-hunters, scalpers…the list goes on, the question we should be asking is: why do the owners of automated software capable of generating thousands of percent in 1 day spend their time on a race for a $500-$3500 account? The Algorithmic trading Expert Adviser I am using is a development project & called INCREMENTALGAINS_2.0. If anyone would like to purchase a demo copy you can send me an email incrementalgains@gmail Hang on…why would anyone be selling a piece of software that can generate its own wealth (this is a well worn question)? Is there anyone else here from New Zealand? The country is so small I can probably see you from where I am sitting (metaphorically). You see being from New Zealand, we have our waking hours when the markets are slow so we have to innovate & make auto-trading software (Q: What do you call a blonde who has dyed her hair brown? A: Artificial intelligence.)
Hello Everyone!!! I think winner must be selected based on the strategies etc. Having about 6000% a day its to risky. I believe with real money its almost impossible. When you trade demo you are not attached emotionally to a trade.
Keep in mind that this contest runs for almost a month. Bot trades or cheaters will be disqualified as per previous post. Trades making crazy lucky trades will eventually increase the stakes and blow their accounts. Making huge profits in one day is one thing, keeping them is entirely a different story.
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