Anton, I just bought it put on a live account. This is not a heavy scalper like NMi, which works well on demo. Thus, this EA will behave the same on demo as well as on live except a few fractions of slippage on live compared to demo.
jsantos3 posted: Anton, I just bought it put on a live account. This is not a heavy scalper like NMi, which works well on demo. Thus, this EA will behave the same on demo as well as on live except a few fractions of slippage on live compared to demo.
yeah, to see live account will clear any doubts about this EA and its profitability. as i told no matter how good backtests and forward tests are. There is only one proof for any EA - live account running at least month or two.
My live account is repeating the demo account - two trades were open at the same time they open 2 trades in their demo account - one can't see their open trades at myfxbook here but you can see them in their FPA account. So yes, except if you have a bad broker, a real account should work close to the demo (- commission and spread.)
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