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Don't just look at how profitable your EA is. Before you discard any 'bad' EA, you need to understand why the EA is bad. Is it bad opening (low entry accuracy) or bad closing (low exit accuracy), MyFxBook entry/exit accuracy tool found in the history tab would provide insight how why your EA is or isn't profitable. And then from there I would use the Forex Strategy Builder (FSB Pro) to correct/improve my opening and closing rules/conditions. In this way, both the FSB and MyFxBook work hand in hand wonderfully in helping me develop profitable EA without any programme knowledge/skills.
Before splashing out on programming services you should try FXPro Quant, a free Web based visual EA builder they provide. It's pretty good and can build some complex EAs. Ives used it to create some profitable EAs, but of course it's not without some limitations.
Dane4188 posted: Before splashing out on programming services you should try FXPro Quant, a free Web based visual EA builder they provide. It's pretty good and can build some complex EAs. Ives used it to create some profitable EAs, but of course it's not without some limitations.
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