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Fast Forex Millions back and forward testing by Remus

willgart
Feb 01 2012 at 11:24
588 posts
if you use the % of risk, verify the size of the lot displayed is the minimum supported by the broker, else opening trades will failed!

Steve Walker
walker36
Feb 01 2012 at 11:37
1341 posts
for some brokers MT4 min Lot information is not matching with the Broker server settings😲. so you should check the min lot from your brokers web page and confirm that your EA is sending orders with in the broker server limits.

Alec
Feb 04 2012 at 23:08
91 posts
This isn't looking so good is it? Many trades later and, like someone said, the EA seems to be broker independent: An equal opportunity loser. No?

willgart
Feb 04 2012 at 23:24
588 posts
I'm thinking about an EA which convert the FFM trades into profitable ones ;) its really easy to validate if the trade opened will be a wining one or not. (when FFM opens a trade just on a support or resistance not already broken, the trade will failed)
so an EA trading in the opposite direction if the trend is not good will generates a wining trade... :P
and/or an EA doing a real trailing stop... using this type of indicator: https://codebase.mql4.com/ru/6465

Alec
Feb 05 2012 at 01:04
91 posts
Good luck with that, Willgart :D



(Off topic)

Does anyone know this? It looks good, maybe too good:

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/FxPapa/fxpapa-expert-advisor/198366

ForexScam
Feb 08 2012 at 14:49
1008 posts

   willgart posted:
   I'm thinking about an EA which convert the FFM trades into profitable ones ;) its really easy to validate if the trade opened will be a wining one or not. (when FFM opens a trade just on a support or resistance not already broken, the trade will failed)
so an EA trading in the opposite direction if the trend is not good will generates a wining trade... :P
and/or an EA doing a real trailing stop... using this type of indicator: https://codebase.mql4.com/ru/6465



FFM already uses the same thing - 'chandelier stop/exit '- https://codebase.mql4.com/ru/1284 -- William Morrison shared this info in his PDF when he explained FFM.
 
while your link uses a moving average+ ATR, the link above uses the Lows/highs +ATR , as a result your getting almost the exact thing with slight difference from O/C vs H/L.


ForexScam
Feb 08 2012 at 14:51
1008 posts

   Alec posted:
   This isn't looking so good is it? Many trades later and, like someone said, the EA seems to be broker independent: An equal opportunity loser. No?


This EA will probably hit 90% return rate. I feel sorry for click2sell and any ecom that deals with fx vendors. I fully understand the decisions that plimus and clickbank made.

FxProfiler
Feb 08 2012 at 15:23
88 posts

   Alec posted:
   Good luck with that, Willgart :D



(Off topic)

Does anyone know this? It looks good, maybe too good:

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/FxPapa/fxpapa-expert-advisor/198366


good luck with that risk used from the seller. 😄

when you optimize such Grid System you will be lucky for few weeks , month or hours. It's a risky art of trading and needs controlled here and there.

FxProfiler
Feb 08 2012 at 15:27
88 posts

   ForexScam posted:
   

   Alec posted:
   This isn't looking so good is it? Many trades later and, like someone said, the EA seems to be broker independent: An equal opportunity loser. No?


This EA will probably hit 90% return rate. I feel sorry for click2sell and any ecom that deals with fx vendors. I fully understand the decisions that plimus and clickbank made.


We running v2.5 since last week with DualMode on and filter adjusted to the DualMode off numbers. current using the same setting on all pairs.

DualMode on
Filter 625 (1250) in Dual Mode

you guys are welcome to see how it will survive the next weeks.

https://www.myfxbook.com/community/trading-systems/fast-forex-millions-v25real/245736,1

cheers
😄

LK Wong
lkwong
Jun 08 2012 at 08:09
71 posts

   Alec posted:
   Good luck with that, Willgart :D



(Off topic)

Does anyone know this? It looks good, maybe too good:

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/FxPapa/fxpapa-expert-advisor/198366


I would worry about any system that has an average loss bigger than an average win. This implies inverse RR, and possibly some bad MM.

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