Fx Bringer EUR_AUD_Aggressive

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Fx Bringer EUR_AUD_Aggressive Discussion

Aug 28, 2014 at 15:31
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Member Since Aug 20, 2011   588 posts
Sep 05, 2014 at 21:33
interesting martingale system to follow.
the pips win is good.
and apparently there is a stop loss setup (280 pips on eurjpy).
so the account may be correctly protected.
but for sure its not possible to handle multiple currency in normal or aggressive mode.
(40% of DD on 2 currencies = margin call...)

can you publish a combined back test? (there is tools to merge multiple back tests in 1 result)
Member Since Apr 20, 2013   167 posts
Sep 06, 2014 at 01:47
willgart posted:
interesting martingale system to follow.
the pips win is good.
and apparently there is a stop loss setup (280 pips on eurjpy).
so the account may be correctly protected.
but for sure its not possible to handle multiple currency in normal or aggressive mode.
(40% of DD on 2 currencies = margin call...)

can you publish a combined back test? (there is tools to merge multiple back tests in 1 result)

Well, only one trade is loss. In a martingale system there should be several small lot loses larger lot wins. I think this is something else.
Member Since Aug 20, 2011   588 posts
Sep 06, 2014 at 02:14
check the back tests...
the lot size increase and closed at the same time = martingale.
the signal used appear to be good most of the time, the martingale is here when the entry point is missed
forex_trader_205182
Member Since Aug 27, 2014   21 posts
Sep 09, 2014 at 14:20
Hello, Guys! Yes our system have good MM settings and you can set risks suitable for you. All trades are have hard Stop Loss.

willgart posted:can you publish a combined back test? (there is tools to merge multiple back tests in 1 result)
Yes we can, but it can't be loaded to myfxbook strategy reporter, so we decide not to do it.
Member Since May 21, 2013   12 posts
Sep 10, 2014 at 06:22
i don't have a good feeling about this system it's too risky even for me
Member Since Jan 25, 2010   1360 posts
Sep 11, 2014 at 04:19
I like the looks of this system: 96%-100% win rate on trades - very impressive!

Please explain the difference between Ultimate and Standard - is there any apart from the USDCHF pair?
forex_trader_205182
Member Since Aug 27, 2014   21 posts
Sep 11, 2014 at 06:57
lilizen posted:
i don't have a good feeling about this system it's too risky even for me
Hi there. It's up to you to decide how to set up the EA. You can choose Conservative mode and if system will face with problem, your loss will be only 15%.
Member Since Jan 25, 2010   1360 posts
Sep 11, 2014 at 08:30
lilizen posted:
i don't have a good feeling about this system it's too risky even for me

You're a hypocrite. You think this system is too risky - why are you even interested in forex? 😲

You can't 'have your cake and eat it', meaning 'you can't have high returns without high risk'.

Go back to putting your money in a bank account if you hate risk - even this much risk. 😎
forex_trader_205182
Member Since Aug 27, 2014   21 posts
Sep 13, 2014 at 10:20
BluePanther posted:
I like the looks of this system: 96%-100% win rate on trades - very impressive!

Please explain the difference between Ultimate and Standard - is there any apart from the USDCHF pair?

Thanks, Matt.

The USDCHF pair is the main difference. Also one additional demo account.
Member Since Mar 27, 2014   2 posts
Sep 16, 2014 at 14:30 (edited Sep 16, 2014 at 14:38)
What is the stop loss of high-lot trading?


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forex_trader_205182
Member Since Aug 27, 2014   21 posts
Sep 21, 2014 at 13:36
loshabi posted:
What is the stop loss of high-lot trading?


Hi there. The stop loss is different for each logic and each trading pair. But the main thing, that you can't lose more money than you specified in EA. So, if you set conservative settings, your possible loss is 15% from your deposit. In Normal it's 35% from deposit. Aggressive 85% from your deposit.

It's very rare situation, when two trades in row closed by stop loss, but even when it be, you will lose only a small part of deposit and good profitability give you possibility to recover any loss in a small period of time.

This account is a demonstration of higher profitability of the Fx Bringer. We don't recommend to trade with aggressive mode. Only Normal or better Conservative.
Member Since Oct 29, 2013   56 posts
Sep 21, 2014 at 16:00
If the order was closed in a loss, the next one increases, and after that there are no more steps of increasing.

A little bit dangerous, but I've heard the next version coming soon, and the user can switch on/off this feature.
I'm waiting for it.

phil
forex_trader_205182
Member Since Aug 27, 2014   21 posts
Sep 22, 2014 at 06:57
phil09 posted:
If the order was closed in a loss, the next one increases, and after that there are no more steps of increasing.

A little bit dangerous, but I've heard the next version coming soon, and the user can switch on/off this feature.
I'm waiting for it.

phil

Hi, Phil. Our system can increase lot size only once. 90-95% of orders is trading with fixed lot size and only if orders closed in loss, next order will be increased, but only once.
Yes, we are works on new version, with possibility to trade only with fixed lot size and Super Conservative parameter with the risk only 5%.
Member Since Jan 03, 2014   220 posts
Sep 22, 2014 at 13:48
@Fxbringer
why you didn't reply my e-mail for two days.my e-mail is goodexp[a t]qq.com? and i had report that the third logic of usdchf always show logic-3=off even we set logic=true
Member Since Jun 26, 2014   19 posts
Sep 22, 2014 at 13:49
Hi!

So There will be a new version of the EA released, and about when we can expect it?
Or there will be a completly new EA ?

Thanks for your answer!
Member Since Jan 25, 2010   1360 posts
Sep 22, 2014 at 14:03
@Fxbringer
Ultimate is on special for same price as Original, yet when I paid to buy, I got Original.

You have not responded to my email request to send Ultimate.

Please send me Ultimate.
Member Since Sep 18, 2009   86 posts
Sep 22, 2014 at 23:08
Hello, I got this message in my EA:

Minimum lot size for your broker is 0.01.
You need to increase your deposit or change your risk settings.
Currently the lot size equal to the minimum!

I am currently using the Ultimate version and testing the EA with two pairs (AU and EJ). I deposit USD300 to the account and run it with normal setting (activate two logic for each pair only)

What should I do in response to the above message? thanks!!

Wallace
Member Since Sep 18, 2009   86 posts
Sep 23, 2014 at 03:59
Wallace posted:
Hello, I got this message in my EA:

Minimum lot size for your broker is 0.01.
You need to increase your deposit or change your risk settings.
Currently the lot size equal to the minimum!

I am currently using the Ultimate version and testing the EA with two pairs (AU and EJ). I deposit USD300 to the account and run it with normal setting (activate two logic for each pair only)

What should I do in response to the above message? thanks!!

Wallace

I mean't besides increasing the deposit, is that I should alter the EA setting in order to let it to calculate the lot appropriately?
Member Since Aug 11, 2014   20 posts
Sep 23, 2014 at 07:03
Wallace posted:
Hello, I got this message in my EA:

Minimum lot size for your broker is 0.01.
You need to increase your deposit or change your risk settings.
Currently the lot size equal to the minimum!

I am currently using the Ultimate version and testing the EA with two pairs (AU and EJ). I deposit USD300 to the account and run it with normal setting (activate two logic for each pair only)

What should I do in response to the above message? thanks!!

Wallace

I believe in the manual, it's stated that if you trrade EURJPY, with Auto_Lot = Normal, you need minimum deposit of $365.00
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