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Gain: +2058.69%
Drawdown: 21.47%
Pips: 7495.1
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Leverage: 1:500
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FXStabilizer_EUR - Turbo Discussion
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fx_skill

Member Since May 03, 2012  56 posts fx_skill Mar 28 2019 at 12:51
LarryDelaCruz posted:
Review
https://forexrobotnation.com/robot-review-fx-stabilizer/


Hello! Thanks for the link to this biased review smiley Please note that this website advertise 3 EAs (Forex Fury, Forex Steam, Binary Strategy) that already burned many accounts. They even has no myfxbook statistics. Only Forex Fury has two DEMO accounts statistics that also has no good results. And they gave the best estimate and review of such crappy EAs lol
Hope you already understand that it is biased review.

For all these years we have thousands of sales and you can see that on myfxbook discussions nobody says that they have another results on their accounts. We have no manual trading on any of our accounts and it's easy to check with myfxbook (all our trades has magics numbers). We have only couple angry clients that had traded with very aggressive risks and then demanded refunds. Ofcourse they post that we are scammers in feedbacks. But all other our clients really like our software and calmly trade on their accounts.

And the calm atmosphere here on myfxbook is proof of that. If customers were not satisfied, there would be a lot of angry reviews here cool

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delanth

Member Since Dec 08, 2011  41 posts delanth Aug 28 2019 at 01:19
LarryDelaCruz posted:
Review
https://forexrobotnation.com/robot-review-fx-stabilizer/



From since 2015, FxStabelizer always reply to ALL the emailed questions that I ask them. Even when I ask specific questions about the type of account they are using on MyFxbook, they give me the honest answer. I am not no guru, but because I have been around the trading block for a while while there a certain things that I now know. And I think that they realized this based on the questions I asked. Their honest answers help me make better decisions on my approach on trading with the EA.

siglot

Member Since Jul 10, 2018  1 posts Sonaike Mayowa (siglot) Dec 16 2019 at 15:59
delanth posted:
LarryDelaCruz posted:
Review
https://forexrobotnation.com/robot-review-fx-stabilizer/



From since 2015, FxStabelizer always reply to ALL the emailed questions that I ask them. Even when I ask specific questions about the type of account they are using on MyFxbook, they give me the honest answer. I am not no guru, but because I have been around the trading block for a while while there a certain things that I now know. And I think that they realized this based on the questions I asked. Their honest answers help me make better decisions on my approach on trading with the EA.


So are you saying you recommend them?

Slow And Steady Wins The Race
delanth

Member Since Dec 08, 2011  41 posts delanth Dec 20 2019 at 17:15
Why are u selling?

fx_skill

Member Since May 03, 2012  56 posts fx_skill Jan 19 at 13:46
delanth posted:
Why are u selling?


We strongly do not recommend buying supposedly our system in third-party places. The protection that we use for our EA is not possible to crack. It means that the expert advisors that are sold under our name are not real FXStabilizer. Sometimes it's a very old version of our EA that does not work properly and will blow your account.
The official FXStabilizer EA is available only at two websites:
https://fxstabilizer.com/
https://forexstore.com/fxstabilizer-pro

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yoshida99

Member Since Oct 15, 2011  5 posts yoshida99 Feb 09 at 07:39
Hello Fx stabilizer

Please tell me How much percentage of Risk setting of this myfxbook, 35% ??

fx_skill

Member Since May 03, 2012  56 posts fx_skill Feb 21 at 20:45
yoshida99 posted:
Hello Fx stabilizer

Please tell me How much percentage of Risk setting of this myfxbook, 35% ??


Hello! No, it's about 14% risk at the moment.

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robvdmeer

Member Since Jan 10, 2017  35 posts robvdmeer Mar 06 at 07:43
@yoshida99

In the account of the pro the risk setting is absolute not 14%. They turned the Risk setting off and trade with 0,1lot.
Here with I sent you a backtest of the one with 14% and 0.1 lot.

robvdmeer

Member Since Jan 10, 2017  35 posts robvdmeer Mar 06 at 07:51

CHFJPY-14% from 2013 - today
Initial deposit 10000.00 Spread 2
Total net profit 22023.29 Gross profit 34456.21 Gross loss -12432.91
Profit factor 2.77 Expected payoff 7.35
Absolute drawdown 485.68 Maximal drawdown 1746.28 (9.13%) Relative drawdown 9.13% (1746.28)

CHFJPY-0,1lot from 2013 - today
Initial deposit 10000.00 Spread 2
Total net profit 91176.00 Gross profit 148754.88 Gross loss -57578.88
Profit factor 2.58 Expected payoff 30.43
Absolute drawdown 4037.10 Maximal drawdown 7497.58 (12.44%) Relative drawdown 40.88% (4122.41)

quality 99%


robvdmeer

Member Since Jan 10, 2017  35 posts robvdmeer Mar 06 at 08:06
When you use the euro on 0,01 lot the risk is max 1400 eur. So when you want a risk of 14% you need on your account (1400/14)100= 10.000eur. with a risk of 30% (1400/30)100=4.666,66. with the risk setting off.

the pic shows with 14%
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