i know we would like to think the spreads matter on this, but its surely not the case. As Alec stated from Birts Comment ' When you start the EA' is what makes the difference.
Remember that the EA will fire a signal Only after a NEW fractal, in some cases, my brokers M15 candles will be different than yours, as a result, I get the fractal and the signal, and you would not.
If I got the fractal first and the signal, if you added your EA on the chart right after my signal ( lets say Buy on EuRUSD) and the next fractal is an UpFractal, you would then get a Sell Signal. Hence the huge variation.
I'll bet within 1 month, they offer a signal service to maintain the same trades across all the accounts. Just like FGB 😁
my advise is to stop all live FT s until we see creator live account. this is second time that he is releasing an EA without Live account proof. some may not like this comment but Willam is using traders as Beta testers. at least he should supply those traders a free copy.
I agree that in the EA world there is a lack of good development lifecycle. with good test, beta, release... and support!!! there is free site where they can provide a good interface to manage the support requests, this will be more professional too.
walker36 posted: my advise is to stop all live FT s until we see creator live account. this is second time that he is releasing an EA without Live account proof. some may not like this comment but Willam is using traders as Beta testers. at least he should supply those traders a free copy.
Not that I don't agree. But an official live account? Not even a demo. Don't hold your breath...
Birt has offset ed the EURUSD pair tick data and tested the EA with that to see if there is a hard coded setup change in DLL related with DATE and it is good to hear that there is no such thing. ( which is a very clever way and may the only way to do it without having the source of DLL )
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