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FXStabilizer - Turbo_OldUpdateMethod (by fx_skill)

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Mah21
Nov 15 2015 at 08:54
21 posts
By hearing you guys this brings me up ..... guys is this
worth buying ?

rohinknight
Nov 15 2015 at 08:59
5 posts
I also own this EA and I'm quite impressed with it so far. The results I get from the strategy tester are really good and so far they match the real trades it has done on my life account, including the crashes. The EA uses pending orders so I don't have to worry too much about the latency of my VPS.

My account is in the red at the moment as I started using this EA on turbo setting just before that crash in October. However I should recover soon, and like Rob I survived the other crash about the US unemployment data.

So yeah I'm guessing either the vendor had a lower different risk setting to mine during the US employment data which would have hit the SL, or they manually closed their trades while they were floating in the red.

Babaji
Nov 15 2015 at 11:47
17 posts
Mah, I spent 3 months looking for a reliable EA giving more than 2% per month. My last alternative was: Stabilizer or Vortex. Stabilizer had a more reasonable price. :)

Mah21
Nov 16 2015 at 15:55
21 posts
Is anyone running the EA on an ECN account... please reply😲

Frank (RedRhinoFX)
Dec 09 2015 at 08:23
395 posts
Does this have equity protection or does FXstabilizer Grid and Martingale until account blows?




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Pablo51
Dec 10 2015 at 07:54
91 posts
Well, basically it is a martingale system where you can define the max level of DD in your account. For example, see the 30% DD in october. That is because author defined this as the maximum loss. Afer that, they increase the max dd to 100% and that explains the fast recovery.

Risky system.

The stable version is very safe but the profitability is really poor for the risk that you take.

Regards.

Pablo51
Mar 07 2016 at 11:00
91 posts
I do not understand.

The vendor recognises a loss on Friday of 30%.

I was running the robot in my account and i got no loss at all.

So far I stopped the robot. I would like to get an explanation from vendor.

Thanks.

rohinknight
Mar 08 2016 at 07:55
5 posts
Which broker are you with and what risk were you using?

I also got a loss on that day on my real account with 40% risk, but I didn't on my demo account which has a risk of 80%.

Pablo51
Mar 08 2016 at 08:08
91 posts
I am using FXpro and 30 per cent risk.

I checked my historical with vendor's. In my case TP was touched at 0.73532 closing four deals. Therefore i did not get the last transaction.

The funny thing is that price reached a minimum of 0.73393 according to my broker.

Babaji
Mar 08 2016 at 14:36
17 posts
Roboforex, risk 50%. No losses. 4 trades with TP 0.73522 :)

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