Most with a 'Auto Trading System' EA, which i still am developing. It uses a few indicators to confirm signal orders, with take profit & trail-stop. also a Stop-loss of (5 - 5000pips), 😲 but everything varies on money/risk management, along the strategy.
for back-testing, before discovering MyFxBook, i used excel spreadsheet to compare results/ analyze of different EA, date & settings.
If your strategy is really working then you can contact me. I can make your strategy into an EA. Recently I've started a campaign that those who have proved profitable strategy over 6 months I'll make them an EA with free of cost. But I've some ease conditions. Thanks
silahian posted: I'm a software engineer that been researching stock market/forex and options for more than 3 years. After many months, i came up with this strategy that looks really good. I have tested this strategy with my proprietary system, and i have some good data to share.
Actually, i'm willing to share the strategy for those who are wiling to do backtest and share results... anyone?
Please, contact me. Thanks
send me your EA thru the messaging system here. I will run it live on a demo account.
Yep, A vps frees your home pc and wont overload your processor running multiple platforms. Its true, mt4 only uses one core for processing, but I back test for 3 years at a time or longer on multiple setups and multiple brokers. Id rather my home pc not be busy crunching numbers for long back tests. Some setups may take weeks to process. If your EA uses trailing stops and or trades both sides of a grid and other little processor power consumption things, you need the VPS to run for a long while to get results. I do use my home pc for back testing a few months at a time on 4 or less platforms. But a vps is better for most applications. Im in hawaii on the island of Kauii and My internet for the home pc can be out for 4 hrs or longer at a time all the time. VPS doesnt have a connection problem in updating its reliable and always on.
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