FxFlashTeam posted: Jaora: In fact we fixed the trade issue. Also all that shows is some similarities, not the core of the code, we support 16 versions with 7 pairs, the other system does not. This system is NOT the same.
the code is the same - you only hide externals from a5 and change settings for entry´s and exit´s for the other pairs and optimze it for a small history time. most of the other pairs will not be profitable for longterm trading.
what proof we have about your service ? Most of the people runner way middle of the service and customer can go no where. How can we invest big money with trusting this robot. Somebody explain. This investment not a playing game
I really do not understand this EA. Using the default settings I have had several positions opened for EURJPY today. Not complaining, as it has resulted in a net gain so far. But just wondering why I am not seeing those trades the official FX Flash account. Have you guys changed your settings?
You can include a ' profile ' into the EA installer package, therefore we can can open the custom profile and MT4 will open up the 16 charts with all the correct TimeFrame and Version already attached to the 16 charts. Making us do this manually wasn't professional or nice 😈
Next, you need to include an Alert function within the EA to make sure we have the correct version on the correct timeframe when we have to set this up manually.
- Now For current customers,
I've attached a Zipped Folder containing the preset profiles, therefore you can unzip in the metatrader/profiles folder and launch MT4 as normal, Open the FX Flash_AllPairs Profile and 16 charts will open with the correct EA to each chart. Brilliant isn't it?
To the Developers, Why not create this EA to run on 1 Chart and have all Versions within the same EA, since within MQL, you can call any value of any TimeFrame like, iCCI(Symbol(),😁Period_M15😀, 1).
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