SunnyDays posted: Looking good. Would you mind sharing your broker? High leverage. Is this an arbitrage system? Seems like a martingale. Any info appreciated.
Hi Wayne.. The EA run on InstaForex USD real cent account with 1:1000 Leverage. With just 1000usd + 30% bonus in cent account you will have 130,000 in mt4. This will give such enormous of balance to used Martingale Strategies. FYI my EA is a combination of unique Martingale with customizable pip step, Multiplier with Hedge, and Scalping.
Continuing to look impressive. Do you trade your EA on any other brokers or with larger accounts - mini for instance?
Probably hard to trade a martingale on mini accounts though? Only problem is on micro accounts you don't usually get very good spreads, slippage, etc.
Did you create this EA yourself? I would like to know more about the logic of martingale systems. Any direction you can point me to for the specifics of any indicators used, etc.? I know some martingales trade off a longer term emas, like a daily, as to its angle, etc.
So far, I have withdraw 300usd (30,000cent) from this account. It is already 30% of my fund (working capital) has been withdraw (I invested 1,000usd and get 30% welcome bonus). The number 300usd is the total amount from profit trade and rebate bonus. I think it is great! I have run this account for almost 3 months, and hope it is continuing success.
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