hi GMac1 ! Sory for delay but our goverment blocked ecectronic payments for 1 week. Also myfxbook is not showed updated posts in Activity Please respond at mail - i think you will receive EA even if we not receive the money payments Regards
Following my last post I have received an update from the vendor please see their comments re government blocking funds. OK so they can't help Geopolitical situation in Ukraine. Anyway looking forward to receiving EA soon.
Have finally received EA - there are a wide range of functions, however there are no real instructions as to how the system works. The vendor has provided on their blog two examples of two types of settings. However as I am not a programmer or undergraduate mathematician I can't make much sense of it.
I am trying it on a demo at the moment and as in their video a large number of trades have been open, my profit over 24hrs using out of the box settings with a starting balance of around $215,000 has been just over $2,100 which is around 1%. Floating draw down is around $5,000 so around 2.5%. However it is still early days and there is some Martingale in the system but I haven't figured it out yet. Don't bother asking for the link as due to the MT4 600 upgrade I can't access my own accounts yet.
Since the EA account has been deleted no one will probably be reading this but this is good for my records anyway. The EA closed out 372 (yes that's right) trades last night for a loss of -33.95 and the drawdown is now up to -7497.99 which given the account balance is still reasonable. This EA is obviously going to be your brokers wet dream given that number of trades on a live account.
Still no real update on controls functionallity etc. Will run it on the demo for six months to see how it copes with different market conditions and get a clearer picture on actual profitability before I reconsider a live account on this one.
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