I run FXCharger on the same platform with a USD JPY Signal Service that is not doing to well at the moment as well as another EA that trades only GBPUSD and EURUSD. So three different services that compliment each other, in my opinion, run on this same broker, all automated, I do not trade any manual trades on this account, but I do interfere with the trades from the signal service at times and currently have it completely disabled and will be cancelling that subscription at the end of the month.
Yes it is on this account https://www.myfxbook.com/members/WayneO/gomarkets/2441071 but it is the Signal Service that is causing all the DD which is obvious if one looks at the History and the USDJPY open trades.
However, USDJPY is trying really hard to go Long at the moment, so I shall continue to monitor the USDJPY open trades and react as necessary.
FXCharger is, as I said in my original post, slow, but steady and to date has not yet let me down.
Looks promising mate. Can I recommend that you try FXBlue for analytics and compare to your MyFxbook, I find it is better for the analytics as you can then drill down to the magic number and pair, even time period to check out how individual systems are going. I like you currently have 4 EA's running on a Pepperstone account and like you they are designed as a portfolio to balance the equity curve so long as they are successful. FX Blue gives me the ability to isolate each system to see how it is performing and Like all systems time will tell.
I am currently looking into Charger myself, hence why I am here and like all MG systems while risky can be managed if done properly.
to a prosperous future to us all
Many thanks Greg, I do have it but only for Demo accounts at this stage, just my way of keeping track. Demo on Blue, Live on FXBook.
Your logic is 100% correct however and I reckon that I should maybe switch the live accounts to Blue?
It's amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit.