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iQuant (outdated version) (By _QuantLab )

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iQuant (outdated version) Discussion

huang_a (huang_a)
Dec 23 2011 at 20:45
29 posts
why you a custom start date? the previous trades are hidden?

_QuantLab
Dec 29 2011 at 18:45
6 posts
Dear Alan,

the reason for the custom start date is that the account was used for other kinds of strategies before. In order to display only the trades made by iQuant+ the previous trades, deposits and withdrawals had to be disclosed by a custom start date.
If you are interested in the account history before the trading activity of iQuant+, you only have to change the start date in the 'custom analysis' in the upper right. In this case you should keep in mind that the then shown statistics have nothing to do with iQuant+.

Regards

Ole Fass
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_QuantLab
automated trading solutions made in Germany
www.quant-lab.de

automated trading solutions made in Germany
FXdog (FXdog)
Jan 26 2012 at 10:50
24 posts
Hey guys!
I was very impressed of your iQuant+ results and submitted a request for EA release confirmation on your official site.
Please reply does your EA trade EURUSD only or other pairs are allowed as well?
And one more-has your robot different risk settings inside-i mean low,medium and high risk settings?
Wait for your soonest start up and good luck!
Best wishes Vadim.

_QuantLab
Jan 26 2012 at 20:06
6 posts
Dear Vadim,

iQuant concentrates only on the EURUSD. It shows positive results for the EURGBP too, but the obtained results are by far not as profitable as for the EURUSD. However, we didn't put the EA to the test on other currency pairs and its trading behaviour in other pairs than the two named ones is still something to find out about.

Regards

Ole Fass
______
_QuantLab
automated trading solutions made in Germany
www.quant-lab.de

automated trading solutions made in Germany
Clearpaper
Feb 04 2012 at 10:27
95 posts
Winning 2nd place at the ATC 2011 is quite an amazing feat.

However, this past week's performance, unfortunately, is quite bad. With one trade taking away 62.89% of the account. How would you say the performance there and the one we see here is related?

When you commercially launch your EA, what would be a realistic risk setting?

RickJJJ
Feb 04 2012 at 11:34
1 posts
Hey Tim,

Oha das nenn ich mal einen Drawdown. Momentan sind natürlich auch sehr ungünstige Umstände für dein System. Der Chart befindet sich aktuell in einem extrem konstanten Channel. Eventuell solltest du noch einen Trendfilter einsetzen.

Kannst du schon sagen ob es an einem Programmfehler lag oder aufgrund der ungünstigen Bedingungen dazu gekommen ist??

Gruß
Rick

w633
Feb 05 2012 at 17:26
13 posts
what happened? it's just sad to see a good performing EA took a big hit like this. i hope everything worked out & keep up the good work!

_QuantLab
Feb 07 2012 at 15:44
6 posts
Dear everybody,

I'd like to answer the questions that occured because of the latest series of drawdowns. The reason for the unexpected drop in the performance of the system has more than one reason.
From an abstract point of view it was our mistake to underestimate the nature of most improbable events. They occur far more often than mathematics tells us.
From the technical point of view it is the case that the EA was not adequately prepared to deal with such an extreme sideways movement as it was shown by the market during the last couple of days. We are currently working on improving the EA so that such an event won't happen again. We would be glad to keep your interest in the future performance of the system and in the coming developements of our enterprise - www.quant-lab.de

Best regards

Ole Fass
______
_QuantLab
automated trading solutions made in Germany
www.quant-lab.de

automated trading solutions made in Germany
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