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REV Trader PRO REAL (By revtraderpro )

Gain : +3474.7%
Drawdown 24.25%
Pips: 3809.5
Trades 938
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:400
Trading: Automated

REV Trader PRO REAL Discussion

Sunny Chan (Sunnyday)
Dec 11 2014 at 15:52
157 posts
all you need to do is load the .set files.

User Revtraderpro
sohail_qasmi
Dec 12 2014 at 12:15
1 posts
Mind blowing Software
Thanks a lot
Mr, Doug Price
To making this software

revtraderpro
Dec 12 2014 at 18:39
106 posts
sohail_qasmi posted:
Mind blowing Software
Thanks a lot
Mr, Doug Price
To making this software


Thank you :)

batchboy (Batcheler)
Dec 12 2014 at 18:58
200 posts
Seems aud & nzd are the only real gainers when doing custom analysis on myfxbook, eurusd actually detracts overall.
I'm highly impressed, but then I've been impressed with seeing TFOT for a year and bought it only to find huge ecn acct type broker would have it work that good. (Similar pricetag EA). So I concluded these things need watching for 2-3 years.

  If someone has a dinky acct on a regular broker like fxcm please let me know your myfxbook or fxblue url, thanks so much!

Truly,
Jerry. :)

don't believe 99.9% of the EA e-ads out there my friends!
ClassicTrader
fxnew
Dec 12 2014 at 19:23
62 posts
I don't buy EA if not in trusted good broker

revtraderpro
Dec 12 2014 at 19:38
106 posts
Batcheler posted:
Seems aud & nzd are the only real gainers when doing custom analysis on myfxbook, eurusd actually detracts overall.
I'm highly impressed, but then I've been impressed with seeing TFOT for a year and bought it only to find huge ecn acct type broker would have it work that good. (Similar pricetag EA). So I concluded these things need watching for 2-3 years.

  If someone has a dinky acct on a regular broker like fxcm please let me know your myfxbook or fxblue url, thanks so much!

Truly,
Jerry. :)


Your mistaking my system for a scalper or arbitrage system. It's neither. REV Trader PRO works well and on an assortment of brokers. ECN is ideal though.

babanihad
Dec 12 2014 at 22:01
3 posts
on the website where you wanna make the purchase on the lower right hand corner it shows who bought this EA and when. If those info is correct, it about 1 person is buying in every 2 minutes. Theres 1440 minutes in a day, it means 720 people are buying eachday. This makes 21600 poeple in a month (This is about $1.5M/month for the owner). And multiply it with couple of more months of purchases with a slightly decreasing rate (assuming the EA hasnt died by then) Wondering how long this EA can continue to perform successfully if almost all out there is doing the exact trades at the same time when there is no real restriction to the number of purchasers allowed. Only those few in the very ahead of the game shall make it with the fastest possible scenario with the fastest possible reach to system developers servers. Anyone little slower will be late to the game

babanihad
Dec 12 2014 at 22:03
3 posts
so why on earth would the developer of such holy grail golden-egg giving chicken would make it available to public rather than increasing his own lot sizes with it to make more money, and keep it all to himself:
Developer must think this EA will sooner or later dive nose-down, so best to make whatever you can out of it by selling before this inevitable end comes. That is unless ofcourse y'all believe that common story of now all of a sudden they really all decided to switch sides and become YOUR loving and all protecting guardian angel
Just a fruit of thought and sheer logic...

babanihad
Dec 12 2014 at 22:03
3 posts
not even to mention that this EA is now pitched full force everywhere, I see it very frequently on my facebook, email, and even the ForexGrowthBot (once a very well performing EA that went nose down sooner after it was made public) guys are pitching this, unless its the same people anyway. So they REALLY wanna sell this thing fast. Why such a rush you ask
I was tempted to buy this thing but one thing just made stop each time I intended: Logic and past experience and similarities between past EA failures

Davey
Dec 12 2014 at 22:04
69 posts
What's the advantage of closing trades 30mins before the market closes? For example if the EUR/USD enters in over the next few hours, and fails to return down we will close at a loss. Do you have this autoclose feature on, or off?

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