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PinPoint Wizard EUR/CHF (By Steve B )

Gain : +981564.45%
Drawdown 0.00%
Pips: 4695.0
Trades 3981
Won:
Lost:
Model Quality: 90.0%
Bars in test: 242795
Ticks Modelled: 18776377

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PinPoint Wizard EUR/CHF Discussion

goodvibration
Jun 13 2010 at 21:47
8 posts
Thanks Steve,

I see many analogies. I also use a my homemade EA template with many options (trailing, filtering, martingaling, pyramiding ...) and feed it with different logics. It is good to read that my way of trying to find my personal 'grail' is not that wrong. I'll keep on trying!

Have a good trading week!
Christian.

daCoops
Jun 14 2010 at 15:41
45 posts
Hi All,

I love the contributions that you make to this website, Steve - it makes me feel guilty for not contributing more myself but I've started slowly to post some things in various forums and blogs etc.

I like your (and goodvibration's) idea of having a standard / template that you then base your EA's upon and modify your logic. Very neat idea. This is one thing that I've never thought of and I do the stupid thing of starting each of my EA's from scratch. I make an EA, test it, find out that it loses consistently, and then delete and start again!

One question - Would you or goodvibrations be willing to share your EA template / EA Framework that you use (without the logic obviously). That way those of us who are not great at coding and implementing money management / stop loss / good order processing things (like myself) but have some good ideas on trading strategies and methods, can be given a helping hand.

What you say?

Steve B (stevetrade)
Jun 14 2010 at 16:07
1408 posts
I'm sure I could do that, I'd have to get it into a format that would be useable though.
From what good vibrations posted though, he's even more advanced than I am. I don't have any code in mine for Martingale or Pyramid trading.
Mine started out from this site and I've built on it from there.

https://sufx.core.t3-ism.net/ExpertAdvisorBuilder/

11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
daCoops
Jun 14 2010 at 20:03
45 posts
Hi Steve - thanks for the link. I'm going to start taking a look at this.

From reading the hints on your strategies - you rely mostly on price action and chart analysis to reach your entry / exit points? If so - do you have any good resources you could point me to (books etc.) that would be a help?

goodvibration / steve - If you fancy sharing your templates with me then would be great - my email is mucker_shaan@hotmail.com

Cheers for your responses,

Steve B (stevetrade)
Jun 14 2010 at 20:25
1408 posts
Anything by Steve Nison on candlestick patterns.
Other than that, it's all just simple support and resistance and an understanding of the volatility of the markets during the differing times of the day.


11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
goodvibration
Jun 14 2010 at 22:52
8 posts
alankw88
Jun 15 2010 at 02:41
9 posts
Hi Steve,

I'm very keen to be your future client if you have decided to make the EA commercially/PAMM/Signal Service.

Alan.

morello
Jun 15 2010 at 15:25
27 posts
Hi Steve

please give me a message, if you can send me a copy from this impressive EA

Thanks
Markus

ruwan
Jun 16 2010 at 06:25
17 posts
Hi Steve,
Your system looking great!! 😎
Congratulations!


Regs,
Ruwan

Ride the waves,Don't drink sea water..
Steve B (stevetrade)
Jun 16 2010 at 07:12
1408 posts
Thanks to all the people who've commented on this backtest. Work continues on trying to improve the EA so that it can cope with higher spread values.

11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
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