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vinabao
Aug 15 2014 at 18:12
104 posts
The demand for searching for trading system on myfxbook is high .
myfxbook should have custom searching for trading system like :
- Life of account ( from short to longest ) .
- Total growth ( low to high )
- Monthly growth ( low to high )
- real account or demo
- Total capital ( low to high )
- new account ( new to old account ) .
- country of trader
- Brokers


Matt (BluePanther)
Aug 17 2014 at 01:24
1357 posts
I agree. We should not only have the entire list displayed, but we need to be able to sort the results of the listing of systems by criteria as you mentioned.

Many other sites enable this feature by simply clicking on the criteria column to sort results according to low-high / high-low of that particular feature.
kricka
Sep 13 2014 at 22:37
92 posts
Hi,
I'm missing the ability to search systems by trading platform. The search capabilities needs definitely to be improved by myfxbook.
" Lock in the profit and minimize the draw down "
Professor53
Sep 13 2014 at 23:24
795 posts
Id think that all the systems here are MT4 or MT5 systems.
Click on my Name to see My Live Charts and Bio.
kricka
Sep 14 2014 at 03:41
92 posts
Hi Professor 53,
there have been systems using cAlgo and cTrader but I agree not too many at this point. There will be a change and that is the reason I want to have the ability to search for different platforms.
" Lock in the profit and minimize the draw down "
Jean-Claude B.
forex_trader_[222942]
Dec 27 2014 at 21:27
4 posts
vinabao posted:
The demand for searching for trading system on myfxbook is high .
myfxbook should have custom searching for trading system like :

- Life of account ( from short to longest ) .
- Total growth ( low to high )
- Monthly growth ( low to high )
- real account or demo
- Total capital ( low to high )
- new account ( new to old account ) .
- country of trader
- Brokers


Totally Agreed.....

But also.......

Add to that List.......

- Profitability (% of Wins / Losses - Highest to Lowest)
- Profit Factor (Highest to Lowest)
- Risk of Ruin (Less than 0.01% Probability, of Losing 10% of your Account, on 30 consecutive losing Trades)

These extra filters would help cut down research time, and narrow the focus on High Probability (90-95%) Winning, and Low DrawDown (DD) EAs.

As Karen the SuperTrader says......
Sitting at a Blackjack Table, 'If you Knew you had a 95% chance of winning, i'll take that bet anytime'

Hope this Helps.....

J-C
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