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FXStabilizer_EUR - Turbo Discussion
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eleonorashatik

Member Since Mar 02, 2020  13 posts eleonorashatik Jul 24 at 12:07
Kennet posted:
Stefifi posted:
Hi, everyone.

I don't know if I can write it here (sorry, if not), but I need your help. Don't know what EA to buy. I have never used any EA before (except some EAs on the demo account :))

After reading dozens of reviews, I chose three the most interesting EAs for me - fxstabilizer, flex and incontrol. But I don't know what to buy. It will be cool to hear the opinion of people that know more about trading with EA and have experience using EAs.

Thank you!
They all have a martingale grid strategy!!! There's your answer!
Is it good or bad? It's difficult to understand your answer ))))

marco_mmbiz

Member Since Jul 20, 2019  298 posts marco_mmbiz Jul 24 at 12:22
eleonorashatik posted:
Kennet posted:
They all have a martingale grid strategy!!! There's your answer!


Is it good or bad? It's difficult to understand your answer ))))

Margin strategies always result in account crashes. But as far as I can see here on this specific system, they seem to use a better money/risk management. Crashes can still be seen though (have a look on February), but they are not crashing the whole account.

patience is the key
Stefifi

Member Since Jul 02, 2020  4 posts Stefifi Jul 27 at 11:58
marco_mmbiz posted:
Margin strategies always result in account crashes. But as far as I can see here on this specific system, they seem to use a better money/risk management. Crashes can still be seen though (have a look on February), but they are not crashing the whole account.


Thanks for the clarification :)

UlianaCheck

Member Since Mar 03, 2020  10 posts UlianaCheck Jul 27 at 12:58
Martingale, grid, scalping... all strategies are risky. And all Forex robots have some strategy. Forex trading is one constant risk of losing money. If you are afraid to take risks, do not start trading on Forex.
God bless.

henrytyler

Member Since Mar 03, 2020  9 posts henrytyler Jul 27 at 20:21
Stefifi posted:
Hi, everyone.

I don't know if I can write it here (sorry, if not), but I need your help. Don't know what EA to buy. I have never used any EA before (except some EAs on the demo account :))

After reading dozens of reviews, I chose three the most interesting EAs for me - fxstabilizer, flex and incontrol. But I don't know what to buy. It will be cool to hear the opinion of people that know more about trading with EA and have experience using EAs.

Thank you!
- I use fxstabilizer
I have not tried the others listed but I am completely satisfied with fxstabilizer

frickshow

Member Since Feb 18, 2020  19 posts frickshow Jul 29 at 08:41
Stefifi posted:
Hi, everyone.

I don't know if I can write it here (sorry, if not), but I need your help. Don't know what EA to buy. I have never used any EA before (except some EAs on the demo account :))

After reading dozens of reviews, I chose three the most interesting EAs for me - fxstabilizer, flex and incontrol. But I don't know what to buy. It will be cool to hear the opinion of people that know more about trading with EA and have experience using EAs.

Thank you!


Stefifi, here are a couple of reviews for you to get a better picture of the fxstabilizer ea:
https://www.bestforexeas.com/fxstabilizer-ea-review/
https://forexstore.com/review/FXStabilizer-PRO-Review

Marksteve

Member Since Jul 03, 2020  17 posts Marksteve Oct 26 at 05:38
Nearly all the strategies are risky. You can try the margin strategy if your risk management system is in place. Good luck.

blandpatsyy

Member Since Jul 17, 2020  25 posts blandpatsyy Oct 26 at 06:20
I refrain from using margin strategies. I have never seen anyone getting benefited from these.

fx_skill

Member Since May 03, 2012  56 posts fx_skill Oct 26 at 16:22
blandpatsyy posted:
I refrain from using margin strategies. I have never seen anyone getting benefited from these.

Hello blandpatsyy,
Well, you can look at our accounts: 4-5 years of live. Our system really solid, but yes, any system has a 'bad day', that is why the main thing is MM and controlling of loss. FXStabilizer has a drawdown control system, that is why even with martingale, we will not lose all and always have enough if the margin for trading. You can see it at our accounts - stop losses. It's the worst situation that was happened on our accounts. But still, profitability and curve look very good for all the period.

P.S. I am just curious, who you saw successful from non-martingale systems with more successful monitoring then we have? I think it's not about martingale strategies, it's about good systems - it is this rarity.

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