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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

pmcenery
Feb 03 2015 at 08:05
13 posts
I purchased RTP around xmas, and I'm happy with it. I use the same broker as Doug and get almost identical trades. Very happy. I was wondering if anyone has tried back testing and optimizing on any other currency pairs yet? Ones I had in mind were maybe:

USDCAD and USDJPY

In theory... surely it can be applied to any currency pair?

Darby Alexander
HedgeFXGold
Feb 03 2015 at 08:08
35 posts
Not making any suggestions but the gbpusd pair seems to favor the 30 min chart. haven't lost a trade yet. Unfortunately Im over-leveraging my manual trades (which swing into profit eventually) to the detriment the account. Im letting RTP do the work here on out.

NikX (NikX)
Feb 03 2015 at 10:30
161 posts
HedgeFXGold posted:
Not making any suggestions but the gbpusd pair seems to favor the 30 min chart. haven't lost a trade yet. Unfortunately Im over-leveraging my manual trades (which swing into profit eventually) to the detriment the account. Im letting RTP do the work here on out.


Yup!! Also play with the stochastic levels ;)

frank
RedRhino
Feb 03 2015 at 10:54
471 posts
pmcenery posted:
I purchased RTP around xmas, and I'm happy with it. I use the same broker as Doug and get almost identical trades. Very happy. I was wondering if anyone has tried back testing and optimizing on any other currency pairs yet? Ones I had in mind were maybe:

USDCAD and USDJPY

In theory... surely it can be applied to any currency pair?

I am running on all pairs and currently 17 Currency pairs have fired a signal. I am using a default EURUSD setfile for all pairs because it is just a test and I haven't backtested any other pairs besides EURUSD.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/RedRhinoLab/revenginepro-revtraderpro/1143747

frank
RedRhino
Feb 03 2015 at 11:01
471 posts
HedgeFXGold posted:
Not making any suggestions but the gbpusd pair seems to favor the 30 min chart. haven't lost a trade yet. Unfortunately Im over-leveraging my manual trades (which swing into profit eventually) to the detriment the account. Im letting RTP do the work here on out.
Did you compare backtests between M30 and H1 or are you running two charts side by side and taking the signals with discretion?

frank
RedRhino
Feb 03 2015 at 11:02
471 posts
NikX posted:
Yup!! Also play with the stochastic levels ;)
Are you lowering the Levels for more signals or increasing the Stoch Level to ensure a better entry on the reversal?

namminh75 (namminh75)
Feb 03 2015 at 11:34
62 posts
RedRhino posted:
NikX posted:
Yup!! Also play with the stochastic levels ;)
Are you lowering the Levels for more signals or increasing the Stoch Level to ensure a better entry on the reversal?


If someone want to have more trades,then youy can change the MA setting to H1.
Look at the pairs which have a stoch setting like a sinus course,then you can put that EA to trade. The stoch is better let as it is,but for UJ,GJ you need stoch over 80 and event above 90 and below 20 down to 12.

Anyway such setting is not safe, but can get more trades.
Cheers!


Minh


be humble,wise and thanks the Lord for every pip you get and try to keep it!
Darby Alexander
HedgeFXGold
Feb 03 2015 at 20:37
35 posts
RedRhino posted:
HedgeFXGold posted:
Not making any suggestions but the gbpusd pair seems to favor the 30 min chart. haven't lost a trade yet. Unfortunately Im over-leveraging my manual trades (which swing into profit eventually) to the detriment the account. Im letting RTP do the work here on out.
Did you compare backtests between M30 and H1 or are you running two charts side by side and taking the signals with discretion?


No Sir neither of the two. I discovered this by mistake as I have a habit of analyzing multiple time frames. for some reason the gbpusd 30min indicators synchronize when every other chart is waiting for a signal. I will restrain from playing wth any settings. What I need to do is play with my accounts base balance and really start cooking with grease....trying to get out the rat race myself

tomalf66
Feb 04 2015 at 07:35
4 posts
Some time ago posters who had bought RTP with credit cards were talking about having trouble getting their money back if they wanted to bail because of the company handling credit card transactions being difficult and problematic. Using pay pal was recommended. Can anyone tell me if this is still the case? Still hard to get money back through the credit card handler RTP uses?

harshp (harshp)
Feb 04 2015 at 07:39
22 posts
Hi Doug,

could you please re-fund my money- when i tried from clickBetter.com to refund it show below message - i purchased this EA on 12th Dec- which is not 60days-


Message from ClickBetter.com 'Unfortunately This Transaction Is No Longer Eligible For A Refund. We Apologise For Any Inconvenience Caused'



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