Hi Team new to this forum, If the EA LOGIC is simple and not to complex, written exactly as it is traded, i can make a simple skeleton system to test the 'EA' this will be a just a basic NON optimized system. if the system involves Indicators they must have an 'OUTPUT MODE' of only 4 params. P.S - if these are not already winning/working methods,constructed and operating today gaining winners then we please dont send me the EA to find out it fails, over 90% do in the long run.
I code most strategies for free. I guess the main reason of doing so is more practice and I like to show that coding a good strategy takes more logic than one would think. A well thought out trading plan isn't enough because logic for an EA relies on mostly if, then statements. true false. and of course number crunching algos.
Can you tell me if there's any EA's around that just manage the opening and closing for a trade?
I.e, I drag the EA onto the chart to open a trade at a time I choose, then it will automatically set the TP and SL at a certain amount, once reached it closed the trade and removes itself from the chart?
Hi Trick or Treat, im from the Philippines. Is it possible to collaborate with you? I have an unfinished EA done by a programmer here in myfxbook. Will time difference be a hindrance? we can communicate tru ym/emails. many thanks.
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