I am developer of EA's - I use to demos to first prove the concept and in this case - its a BETA version that is set loose on a demo account to determine if there's any bug on a demo account and to initially validate the reverse trade option (which we've seen some bugs in and have rectified in v1.18 yet to be released). If you were a client you'd have read and known about this in our private forum.
By all means you're free to donate us live account to test out our BETA versions on......but I'd suggest that you don't :) Instead, donate the funds to the www.seashepherd.org who is a more worthy organisation than most on other end of your trades.
For the record - Demo is indicative of scalping systems performance - so long as you understand that the difference between the 2 is slip, and deduct some points off each trade on average to get a more indicative result. If you can't make a profit on a demo then it's sure as heck going to be a fruitless exercise on a live real money account.
If you want see how it perfoms on a real money account - removes your shades and look at the real money account listed in our profile, and others about the place.
That is why every time demo shows profits but Real account goes in losses ,if demo account is running from 10 month is just useless
Beware what this idiot has to say, every one of his posts are negative, he's very obviously got nothing better to do and is very clearly is smoking something that precludes his ability to see the real deal (hence the shades, nice look BTW) and is obviously a bit angry about FX:
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