with those backtests, can you judge weather it was during trending or ranging markets, i.e.could you manually turn off the EA during periods of ranging or trending markets (which ever isn't good for the EA)? I would love to find a good scalper. cheers
maxtraderea posted: morning it had a name ForexBankEA
Someone has informed me that there used to be a commercial strategy on MyFxBook called 'ForexBank EA'. My live accounts have no relationship to that EA, whatsoever,. I have never even heard of that EA before, and it was simply a coincidence.
So, to avoid potential confusions and misunderstandings I decided to change the MyFxBook name of my live ACCOUNTS to RoboSniper.
aeronthomas posted: with those backtests, can you judge weather it was during trending or ranging markets, i.e.could you manually turn off the EA during periods of ranging or trending markets (which ever isn't good for the EA)? I would love to find a good scalper. cheers
The EA trades only 3 hours a day, during the last 3 hours before Tokyo Open - i.e. during the PRE-ASIAN session - when ALL markets are closed.
In 5+ years of backtests the EA had a pretty stable performance on all tested 9 pairs, and I would be hesitant to argue with the results by turning the EA off based on my subjective observation of each market (ranging or trending) on a daily basis. What I really like about it is the 'Set and Forget' option.
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