fxcombo posted: There are two type of results - back test results and live(demo or real) results.
I disagree, there are 3 types of results, backtest which can be disregarded, demo which help you test your EA is programmed well, then real which means you were happy enough with the demo results to risk REAL money.
Obviously you are so confident with your demo results you were happy to skip a real account and sell the EA right away. Good luck with that. In my opinion if you have something worth buying, then it is worth trading, and if it is worth trading then you wouldn't be selling, so the fact that you are selling means I'm not buying and you're not trading. Follow? 😀
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