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wakeel

Member Since Oct 23, 2010  136 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Feb 26 2012 at 14:13 (edited Feb 26 2012 at 14:14 )
The developer of blackbelt ea also made a similar claim but one of those to help perform series of backtests before lunch from donnaforex was able to educate it, just to prove to him his ea wasn't invincible (happened to be a genuine person), even gave him tips on how to improve on his strategy

Kord2007

Member Since May 19, 2011  15 posts Kord2007 Feb 26 2012 at 14:20
You can educate anything you want, with some time and money it is possible with no problem.

achab

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  47 posts achab Feb 26 2012 at 15:18

   wakeel posted:
   The developer of blackbelt ea also made a similar claim but one of those to help perform series of backtests before lunch from donnaforex was able to educate it, just to prove to him his ea wasn't invincible (happened to be a genuine person), even gave him tips on how to improve on his strategy


Hi Abdulwakeel,

thank you for your answer. If you could post me somehow the URL where to download the educated version of BlackBelt EA, I'd like to verify the differences, that are for sure enormous. One of them could be, for example, that NumberOne EA has an '.exe' program, almost nothing is present on the '.ex4' file.

Waiting for your reply, I wish you a nice Sunday.
/achab

achab

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  47 posts achab Feb 26 2012 at 15:21

   Kord2007 posted:
   You can educate anything you want, with some time and money it is possible with no problem.


Hi to you too, Kord2007.

As I have already written above here, the NumberOne complexity is quite different from other commercial EAs. In general your statement is right, but sometimes the expenses (money and time) thwart the results. Such as in this specific case, IMHO.

Best regards.
/achab

wakeel

Member Since Oct 23, 2010  136 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Feb 26 2012 at 15:41

   achab posted:

Hi Abdulwakeel,

thank you for your answer. If you could post me somehow the URL where to download the educated version of BlackBelt EA, I'd like to verify the differences, that are for sure enormous. One of them could be, for example, that NumberOne EA has an '.exe' program, almost nothing is present on the '.ex4' file.

Waiting for your reply, I wish you a nice Sunday.
/achab


Well as i said earlier, was done by a genuine trader who didn't do it for public consumption but with the developer's consent, just to prove to him his security wasn't invincible. Can't remember mentioning i had a url where to download an educated bbea. The developer gave out 2 copies for the ea to be backtested by independent traders so as to avoid claims of curve-fitted backtests & one of them happened to be an ex ea developer
Not speaking against No1's security, just talking from a general point of view. cos you can't or haven't seen someone able to break it doesn't mean no one in the forex world can't ...

Kord2007

Member Since May 19, 2011  15 posts Kord2007 Feb 26 2012 at 15:51

   achab posted:
   
   Kord2007 posted:
   You can educate anything you want, with some time and money it is possible with no problem.


Hi to you too, Kord2007.

As I have already written above here, the NumberOne complexity is quite different from other commercial EAs. In general your statement is right, but sometimes the expenses (money and time) thwart the results. Such as in this specific case, IMHO.

Best regards.
/achab

Maybe you are right, anyway, no one was trying to say that this ea must be educated :) I will wait for a commercial release and will buy a copy or two for my own use.

achab

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  47 posts achab Feb 26 2012 at 16:00

   wakeel posted:
   
   achab posted:

Hi Abdulwakeel,

thank you for your answer. If you could post me somehow the URL where to download the educated version of BlackBelt EA, I'd like to verify the differences, that are for sure enormous. One of them could be, for example, that NumberOne EA has an '.exe' program, almost nothing is present on the '.ex4' file.

Waiting for your reply, I wish you a nice Sunday.
/achab


Well as i said earlier, was done by a genuine trader who didn't do it for public consumption but with the developer's consent, just to prove to him his security wasn't invincible. Can't remember mentioning i had a url where to download an educated bbea. The developer gave out 2 copies for the ea to be backtested by independent traders so as to avoid claims of curve-fitted backtests & one of them happened to be an ex ea developer
Not speaking against No1's security, just talking from a general point of view. cos you can't or haven't seen someone able to break it doesn't mean no one in the forex world can't ...


Now it's clearer, thanks for that. Anyway, it would be fine if you could remember who was the trader that was so clever to educate BlackBelt EA.

Thanks in advance.

achab

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  47 posts achab Feb 26 2012 at 16:08 (edited Feb 26 2012 at 16:09 )

   Kord2007 posted:
   
   achab posted:
   
   Kord2007 posted:
   You can educate anything you want, with some time and money it is possible with no problem.


Hi to you too, Kord2007.

As I have already written above here, the NumberOne complexity is quite different from other commercial EAs. In general your statement is right, but sometimes the expenses (money and time) thwart the results. Such as in this specific case, IMHO.

Best regards.
/achab

Maybe you are right, anyway, no one was trying to say that this ea must be educated :) I will wait for a commercial release and will buy a copy or two for my own use.


If you want to download and use it immediately, you can download the beta version, actually 0.9.2.2 here: https://www.forexometro.com/forum/opinioni-expert-advisor-mt4/2544-numberone-impulsive-scalper-positiveday-daltanious-13.html#post86685.

Kord2007

Member Since May 19, 2011  15 posts Kord2007 Feb 26 2012 at 16:33

   achab posted:
   
   Kord2007 posted:
   
   achab posted:
   
   Kord2007 posted:
   You can educate anything you want, with some time and money it is possible with no problem.


Hi to you too, Kord2007.

As I have already written above here, the NumberOne complexity is quite different from other commercial EAs. In general your statement is right, but sometimes the expenses (money and time) thwart the results. Such as in this specific case, IMHO.

Best regards.
/achab

Maybe you are right, anyway, no one was trying to say that this ea must be educated :) I will wait for a commercial release and will buy a copy or two for my own use.


If you want to download and use it immediately, you can download the beta version, actually 0.9.2.2 here: https://www.forexometro.com/forum/opinioni-expert-advisor-mt4/2544-numberone-impulsive-scalper-positiveday-daltanious-13.html#post86685.
I have it already :) Since last week actually. But trading 2 lots per time is like shooting stars. It is OK for small deposits, but if my deposit has 6-7 numbers? What do I have to do? :)

wakeel

Member Since Oct 23, 2010  136 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Feb 26 2012 at 16:46

   achab posted:


Now it's clearer, thanks for that. Anyway, it would be fine if you could remember who was the trader that was so clever to educate BlackBelt EA.

Thanks in advance.

Here you go:
www.donnaforex.com/forum/index.php?topic=5121.msg160156#msg160156
Enjoy...

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