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High Risk - QB Pro (By QuantBar)

Gain : +321.93%
Drawdown 65.75%
Pips: 1861.4
Trades 1336
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:400
Trading: Automated

High Risk - QB Pro Discussion

QuantBar (QuantBar)
Dec 09 2014 at 08:02
62 posts
I suppose a reasonable next step would be to make it trade a broader portfolio of other currencies. I haven't looked at that yet, but looking at EUR crosses is probably the next step to finding more trades. The concern is that spread costs become a much larger factor once a trader moves beyond the majors.

ClassicTrader
fxnew
Dec 10 2014 at 07:28
62 posts
impressive track record keep going

Eric1704
Dec 10 2014 at 07:38
54 posts
The spread should not matter if you are going for bigger targets on QB Pro. Will you make QB Pro available to US clients on Mirror Trader? Will you be selling the QB Pro or just making it like a monthly signal provider service?
Thank you.

Eric1704
Dec 10 2014 at 07:38
54 posts
Does QB Pro calculate and classify the closings by bins as QB does?
Thanks.

QuantBar (QuantBar)
Dec 10 2014 at 13:35
62 posts
Hi Eric,

QB Pro uses the SB score from the QuantBar strategy but not the bins. I have no intention to sell the product, either as a mirror trader or as signals.

--Shaun

Marketorder
Dec 10 2014 at 15:44
114 posts
Where's the EA all i see is a video when going to your site but I don't see a download link to your EA

QuantBar (QuantBar)
Dec 10 2014 at 18:04
62 posts
The site offers the QuantBar indicator and later on the QuantBar EA. QBPro, the EA which trades this account, is not for sale.

Eric1704
Dec 10 2014 at 18:05
54 posts
Very impressive track record. How far back did you backtest this? Do spreads matter as you are going for bigger targets compared to QB. How long did it take to develop this great strategy?
Thanks.

Eric1704
Dec 10 2014 at 18:05
54 posts
What is the difference between high risk and the regular QB Pro? I see one has a better track record than the other.

QuantBar (QuantBar)
Dec 10 2014 at 18:24
62 posts
I backtested it from 2008-2013, which is 6 years. Yes, spreads matter on any strategy. I'm trying to make money with money. The less I spend, the more I keep. That's why I trade with https://pepperstone.com/?a_aid=dominari.

It took me about 3 months of flirting with the basic idea of the SB score, and a further 3 months full time over this summer to get it into production quality.

The two accounts are identical. The only difference is the leverage used and that I let the high risk account compound its returns throughout the month. The normal account uses a fixed lot size.

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