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# stevewalker - Manual Trading

James_Bond
Aug 06 2012 at 06:56
556 posts

stevewalker posted:
guys this is natural winner.

like mother nature. strongs grow, weaks gone.

the question is can lower TF possible.

Based on the size histogram, you're increasing lots after losing trades, so it's a sort of a martingale system? How many consecutive losers can it suffer before a margin call?

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 07:09
1439 posts
unfortunatelly, absolutly wrong😉

it is increasing lot size when price going trade direction with very very hard stop!!😀
it never increase lot size after loss. this is not coded.

walker

James_Bond posted:

stevewalker posted:
guys this is natural winner.

like mother nature. strongs grow, weaks gone.

the question is can lower TF possible.

Based on the size histogram, you're increasing lots after losing trades, so it's a sort of a martingale system? How many consecutive losers can it suffer before a margin call?

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 07:18
1439 posts
No

Martingale
Grid
OCO

no trick!!

%100 pure Trend Trade😄

stevewalker posted:
unfortunatelly, absolutly wrong😉

it is increasing lot size when price going trade direction with very very hard stop!!😀
it never increase lot size after loss. this is not coded.

walker

James_Bond posted:

stevewalker posted:
guys this is natural winner.

like mother nature. strongs grow, weaks gone.

the question is can lower TF possible.

Based on the size histogram, you're increasing lots after losing trades, so it's a sort of a martingale system? How many consecutive losers can it suffer before a margin call?

James_Bond
Aug 06 2012 at 11:23
556 posts

stevewalker posted:
unfortunatelly, absolutly wrong😉

it is increasing lot size when price going trade direction with very very hard stop!!😀
it never increase lot size after loss. this is not coded.

walker

James_Bond posted:

stevewalker posted:
guys this is natural winner.

like mother nature. strongs grow, weaks gone.

the question is can lower TF possible.

Based on the size histogram, you're increasing lots after losing trades, so it's a sort of a martingale system? How many consecutive losers can it suffer before a margin call?

Oh, then it's a reverse martingale!

Just kidding.. 😀

That actually makes sense with a trend following system, since if a trade begins, you want to capitalize on it. The backtest looks great, however how does it work in ranging markets? Or short term trends? Based on the backtest, you must have already figured that out.

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 11:32
1439 posts

500 pip move is ranging market for this EA. so it does not trade.
this catch really big moves. I am currently working on if I can code it for 15 min chart for smaller trends.

works with 1 Hr chart.

James_Bond posted:

stevewalker posted:
unfortunatelly, absolutly wrong😉

it is increasing lot size when price going trade direction with very very hard stop!!😀
it never increase lot size after loss. this is not coded.

walker

James_Bond posted:

stevewalker posted:
guys this is natural winner.

like mother nature. strongs grow, weaks gone.

the question is can lower TF possible.

Based on the size histogram, you're increasing lots after losing trades, so it's a sort of a martingale system? How many consecutive losers can it suffer before a margin call?

Oh, then it's a reverse martingale!

Just kidding.. 😀

That actually makes sense with a trend following system, since if a trade begins, you want to capitalize on it. The backtest looks great, however how does it work in ranging markets? Or short term trends? Based on the backtest, you must have already figured that out.

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 11:34
1439 posts
here is the link
filter the trades : Lot > 0.01

Lot <= 0.01 should be virtual trades. 😉

https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/mom-test-9-7/22061

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 11:36
1439 posts

stevewalker posted:
here is the link
filter the trades : Lot > 0.01

Lot <= 0.01 should be virtual trades. 😉

https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/mom-test-9-7/22061

stevewalker
Aug 06 2012 at 11:44
1439 posts
the shortcut is using a trade copier and ignoring the lot <= 0.01 trades on real account.
EA can work on Demo.

stevewalker
Aug 07 2012 at 13:50
1439 posts
do you know there is no loosing EA in this bussines.

if there would be a loosign EA, then we can reverse traders and make fortune.

then why EA s not profitable.

remeber what I was saying about costs!!

loosing EA s loosing due to cost. thats all.

walker

stevewalker
Aug 09 2012 at 18:05
1439 posts
Created my Own Semiautomated system:

while I was coding the momentum EA, I had noticed that I can create many systems out of momentum statistical data.
and did it.
now I have a base EA that executes the trades and it also log all informative data.
I work on every trade data and fix code hourly/daily according to the statistical data.

working very well.

the good thing is I stop looking for holly grail. I know that the system working will fail on some point and I will either fix it with data or will stop it and start another system according to the market mood & data.

will start live ASAP

walker.