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I'm going to buy Limitless EA - Are there any customers to testify?

F0REX
Mar 23 2012 at 10:54
2 posts
Hello,

I am planning to purchase my first EA - Limitless EA.

Are there any experiences yet from others customers? This purchase would cost me 60% of my total savings so I am a bit interested.

Please Limitless EA customers with buying proof only.

Thanks in advance from Germany,

F0REX

Albertbiggs
Mar 23 2012 at 21:01
5 posts
I bought it a long time ago, the EA is good, the results I get are almost identical to limitless test results. A bit pricey but worth the money.

Albertbiggs
Mar 24 2012 at 11:35
5 posts
I bought it a long time ago, the EA is good, the results I get are almost identical to limitless test results. A bit pricey but worth the money.

AutoTraderSP
Apr 07 2012 at 09:55
9 posts
WilyMoFX
Apr 13 2012 at 13:33
2 posts
All EA's blow up at some point. It's all a matter of time.

ninafoster
Apr 17 2012 at 08:37
15 posts
PrantarKhan (PrantarKhan)
Apr 25 2012 at 06:28
14 posts

   WilyMoFX posted:
   All EA's blow up at some point. It's all a matter of time.


As an EA developer myself, I beg to disagree. Even The Holly Grail will blow your account up if you become too greedy. We are not satisfied with 10% a month ... we want to be rich over night. Result = We blow up another account!

MetaCoder
Apr 25 2012 at 09:02
126 posts

   PrantarKhan posted:
   

   WilyMoFX posted:
   All EA's blow up at some point. It's all a matter of time.


As an EA developer myself, I beg to disagree. Even The Holly Grail will blow your account up if you become too greedy. We are not satisfied with 10% a month ... we want to be rich over night. Result = We blow up another account!


True That !

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SanandaJmmanuel
Apr 25 2012 at 13:41
27 posts
EA cannot adapt to sudden change of market :). But if the EA is of very low leverage, i don't think it will kill, if the developer code it in a way that profits can run but take longer time and stop don't get hit easy.

Dollar leveraging cost.

PrantarKhan (PrantarKhan)
Apr 25 2012 at 18:22
14 posts

   SanandaJmmanuel posted:
   EA cannot adapt to sudden change of market :). But if the EA is of very low leverage, i don't think it will kill, if the developer code it in a way that profits can run but take longer time and stop don't get hit easy.

Dollar leveraging cost.


Exactly. I have implemented the same theory in my current EA. What goes up must comes down. All you need to do is hold on till then. Hedge on a trend, add up on range, use small enough lots to survive. Do that, you will get perhaps slow but very steady growth. Its easy actually, our human mind and emotion is the main problem.

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