To use chat, please login.
Back to contacts

EA MartiStoch v.2.0 (By GBLab )

The user has deleted this system.

EA MartiStoch v.2.0 Discussion

GBL
GBLab
Jul 18 2013 at 08:46
93 posts
Attention of EA MartiStoch users!

EA MartiStoch v.2.0 is presently being tested and expected to be released by the end of July. All buyers of EA MartiStoch will have possibility to get EA MartiStoch v.2.0 free of charge. Please watch our website (https://www.golden-boomerang-lab.com) for the commencement of exchange.

McBain2109
Jul 20 2013 at 10:03
7 posts
GBL
GBLab
Jul 25 2013 at 07:42
93 posts
As from today EA MartiStoch v.2.0 is available on our website. Users of EA MartiStoch can upgrade to version 2.0 free of charge. Also 15-days FREE TRIAL is available.

McBain2109
Jul 25 2013 at 14:51
7 posts
What are the settings of the live account? Aggressive or conservative MM?

GBL
GBLab
Jul 25 2013 at 15:36
93 posts
As always - conservative. We are not adherents of aggressive trading, we provide such option in our EAs for those who prefer, but never recommend.

jsintl
Jul 25 2013 at 16:10
155 posts
Will you be able to extend the trial period to 30 days to really get the feel of this EA?

Tks,

GBL
GBLab
Jul 25 2013 at 18:47
93 posts
jsintl posted:
Will you be able to extend the trial period to 30 days to really get the feel of this EA?

Tks,


Actually, 15 days is typical industry trial period. Not too many vendors provide free trial at all ...

viltus
Jul 29 2013 at 04:44
82 posts
You are using lot multiplier 3 instead of default 2? Why is that? Also is there any chance you could make a 99% modelling quality backtest of Conservative settings using 2009-2013 timeframe?

Thanks

GBL
GBLab
Jul 29 2013 at 05:57
93 posts
Actually, lot multiplier is not 3, it is 2, but it applies not to the last lot, but to cumulative lot. Why so? To close the basket earlier.
We do not have access to 99% quality history data, but we don't think it should be any difference with 90%. This is not scalper, every single tick is not so important, and the candles surely are practically same.

viltus
Jul 29 2013 at 07:44
82 posts
GBLab posted:
Actually, lot multiplier is not 3, it is 2, but it applies not to the last lot, but to cumulative lot. Why so? To close the basket earlier.
We do not have access to 99% quality history data, but we don't think it should be any difference with 90%. This is not scalper, every single tick is not so important, and the candles surely are practically same.


Thanks for the clarification! And what is the difference between Aggresive and Conservative if using same starting lot?

Please login to comment .