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I will program your PROFITABLE trading system into an EA for free!
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Member Since Dec 23, 2017  2 posts Duy Le (baole01s) Dec 24 2017 at 09:43
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Member Since Jan 25, 2010  776 posts Matt (BluePanther) Dec 25 2017 at 19:05
seelmand posted:
Freefox posted:
seelmand posted:
Freefox posted:
Firstly let me say I'm a Computer Developer with over 30 years of experience on a variety of hardware platforms.

I've been trading Forex for nearly a decade now and programming my own personal EAs and indicators (some exceptionally complex!).

For a very limited number of people I am prepared to code their existing personal manual trading system into an automated EA for free. There are few conditions though:

1. You must demonstrate to me in advance to my satisfaction that your system is profitable (ideally through an myfxbook link although other proof will be considered/required) .

2. The final EA is not to be sold commercially, only used privately

3. After successful development I have permission to use the EA on my own personal accounts (I will never release it to anyone else)

4. You must provide the detail, the 'precise rules' of exactly how the system works so that I can code it.

Hopefully you can see the above is a win-win for both parties, matching my programming skills with trading expertise.

Please feel free to post any questions here on the open thread or alternatively contact me viai private message.

I also will steal your profitable strategies for free!! LOL come on guys dont fall for this crap.

What an idiotic thing to say ….

... there is no stealing going on .... look at point 3 above .... very clear - for my time developing this I can use it on my own account .... pretty clear and transparent and all up front.

If no one likes that condition they of course are free to trade and develop it themselves but not many people have the skill (nor the time) to spend ages programming a robust trading system. Nobody is forcing anybody to do anything.
If you are a person of lesser integrity I can see how you immediately judge others are out to take advantage of other people. But the above offer is matching one person’s skills (programming) with another (trading) and is called business!!!!

Many people have been happy with the above ….

If you are someone who has already mastered trading on your own without help from others, then why are you here trolling forex communities and putting out judgements on others?

Woah woah look at the name calling.. If this was all above board why get so upset there pal? You're stealing other ppls strats plain and simple and hey if ppl are dumb enough to give u profitable trading strats then so be it. In terms of programming and trading skill is be willing to bet u I best u in both so u should watch who ur calling idiotic (worked for over ten years trading prop now work as a coder full time and have algos running 24/6). Like I said, if ppl want to give u their strats that's on them.. Just thought I'd call out what this is REALLY about. Judging by your name calling and personal attacks seems to have hit a chord. Good luck getting more suckers pal.

If I may put it in a nicer tone for you Freefox...
Perhaps you can confirm something of your claims by providing the community / interested parties a personal website with your profile, or ability to obtain a 'proof of work' (past EAs/indicators where you have no non-disclosure with private parties), or even sharing a couple of your trading accounts on here. Anybody can post the offer you posted without requiring any proof of their claims... it would simply reassure many people you are genuine and not simply another person seeking personal advantage only.

Cheers and best of luck though. cool

What separates those who go under and those who rise above adversity is the strength of their will and their hunger for power. - 50 Cent
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