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Forex Growth Bot

Gain : +2644.71%
Drawdown 94.46%
Pips: 8075.5
Trades 2881
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:200
Trading: Automated

Forex Growth Bot Discussion

jsantos3
Jun 01 2012 at 12:05
272 posts
Bladerunner, did you read the article on the link I posted? Integration with NN filter made the TFOT improve results (on backtest) from a profit factor of 1.52 to 1.90. If the same can be accomplished for FGB, we could maybe improve FGB performance by 25%.

Note that I said 'if'. I am threading on new waters here. I have traded many robots, but this is the first time I get into this promise of neural network filter. By the way, NeoTradeFx has NOT been able to deliver good performance based on NN: https://eareview.net/live-forward-test/neotradex

stevetrade (stevetrade)
Jun 01 2012 at 12:10
1408 posts
I'm bemused as to why people aren't happy with FGB's performance. This EA relies on a solid trading methodology and backtests well over a sustained period of time. It's simple, put some money in an account, leave it for several years to compound. Retire.

That is of course providing the Euro lasts that long ;)

rob559
Jun 01 2012 at 15:37
1916 posts

   stevetrade posted:
   I'm bemused as to why people aren't happy with FGB's performance. This EA relies on a solid trading methodology and backtests well over a sustained period of time. It's simple, put some money in an account, leave it for several years to compound. Retire.

That is of course providing the Euro lasts that long ;)



totally agree with you steve about fgb ,i think the euro will not be shut but only diminished ,certain banks told that they won't let it go under 1.20... like the chf following up on this one

grgr
Jun 03 2012 at 15:46
36 posts
If they can improve performance to even make it better why shouldn't they try?

pianosso
Jun 04 2012 at 07:01
51 posts

   grgr posted:
   If they can improve performance to even make it better why shouldn't they try?


When you bought FGB, you got what you paid for. It is a customizable expert advisor. It is you that can do the improvement, to adapt it to various market conditions (volatility, momentum etc.) should you know what those settings are about... SO forget the vendor's further intervention regarding the performance. Their job is to keep FGB bug-free, to update it in line with MT4 updates and protect it against decompilers...

Good luck!

grgr
Jun 04 2012 at 16:05
36 posts
Do you have an Idea how can i check if my VPS is working the best it can? I mean, if the machine or it's internet connection won't affect MT and EA. Should i try to ping something or what?

grgr
Jun 04 2012 at 16:09
36 posts
I've got like 140ms ping between my VPS<->broker site while my computer has 36 ms (however, seems to be the same with for example thinkforex.com)

primevalea
Jun 05 2012 at 06:04
449 posts

   stevetrade posted:
   I'm bemused as to why people aren't happy with FGB's performance. This EA relies on a solid trading methodology and backtests well over a sustained period of time. It's simple, put some money in an account, leave it for several years to compound. Retire.

That is of course providing the Euro lasts that long ;)



Sure, are you doing this right now?
Why don't you show a big Live Account via myfxbook from which you'll retire?

primevalea
Jun 05 2012 at 06:04
449 posts
BTW as an english man, are yo happy the EUR dies or what?
For you it'll be some kind of victory of GBP against the rest??

raz4
Jun 05 2012 at 06:06
2 posts
my FGB signal come out but no post open.. i have no idea.. already contact support but the answer is wait untill FGB open post..

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