there should be something attractive about William s products. MDP has no vendors live account but Beta tested with on real with many traders. and now Remus, you are going to put it on Beta test for the creator. ( I call that beta test due vendor has not tested on real account if did I did not see ) my advise is to first test it on demo. demo <> live will not be different as generally accepted here at the thread.
but at the end it is your money😄
Very well said, Steve ;)
Here are the 2 main things that attracted me to FFM:
- the first commercial EA I ran across, that claims Pips Expectancy higher than 3 (they have those stats on the sales page, and I was very happy to see them; they said 22.9 for EURUSD, while I got 8.5 for my “Decent broker 2011 test” - still good), which indeed would make it a lot less broker dependent than most all other EAs in my portfolio
- if the future results are only half of what is advertised, I don't need to pay someone up to 40% as performance fee. Although I did not give up on that front, and even have some good leads so far, you probably saw that I get a lot of poor systems on that thread (and lately an angry guy who's mad that I showed his martingale to the public)
I'm also selling this EA, so that in case people want to buy through my link, I will get something in return for the extra effort to make my findings public. But that's a distant point 3, so I’m not adding it to the above list. I have lots of complains about FFM (top one being the lack of real money account forward testing by vendor, even for only 2 weeks), but if the overall results look good, those complaints won't matter much ;)
He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford