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star-fx.com (by starfxcom)

Gain: -62.93%
Drawdown: 95.47%
Pips: 78.7
Trades: 736
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:500
Trading: Automated
FXtrader2010
Mar 10 2015 at 13:40
724 posts
ForexPro posted:
FXtrader2010 posted:
This EA is ok. def not one you want to use high risk, yes fxbook looks all nice now and pretty but really this EA only starting turning profit until 2010-2011, CHECK OUT my backtest from 05 2010 - 12 2014


Such a low quality backtest is pointless, it contains 266.530 mismatched chart errors....
 
This EA is very data feed sensitive, so BTs will vary from broker to broker

And ofcourse , the EA is curve fitted for the last two years. Every EA needs optimization from time to time.

Comparison of my live trades on ICM with the vendors trades tells me that it will be hard to get the vendors good performance (on an unknown, low regulated broker..), bc I´m missing a lot of the winning trades, but getting all the losers...


Well nothing is perfect just a rough idea , but yes you definitely dont want to turn up risk at all on this baby. I have risk set for .01

expert2
Mar 10 2015 at 19:21
70 posts
ForexPro posted:
FXtrader2010 posted:
This EA is ok. def not one you want to use high risk, yes fxbook looks all nice now and pretty but really this EA only starting turning profit until 2010-2011, CHECK OUT my backtest from 05 2010 - 12 2014


(on an unknown, low regulated broker..), bc I´m missing a lot of the winning trades, but getting all the losers...


You EA skips only profit trades? EA knows where it will profit, and where it will be a loss? Really. My EA Work from 11 February. I will repeat again - Alpari and Exness. Same trades as vendor.
Sometimes 1 - 3 pips difference. Alpari and Exness it not Scam broker

Atsiekratsie
Mar 10 2015 at 19:48
84 posts
Expert2, could you share your account here on myfxbook than? I would love to see and compare the trades

ForexPro
Mar 10 2015 at 20:22
382 posts
expert2 posted:
ForexPro posted:
FXtrader2010 posted:
This EA is ok. def not one you want to use high risk, yes fxbook looks all nice now and pretty but really this EA only starting turning profit until 2010-2011, CHECK OUT my backtest from 05 2010 - 12 2014


(on an unknown, low regulated broker..), bc I´m missing a lot of the winning trades, but getting all the losers...


You EA skips only profit trades? EA knows where it will profit, and where it will be a loss? Really. My EA Work from 11 February. I will repeat again - Alpari and Exness. Same trades as vendor.
Sometimes 1 - 3 pips difference. Alpari and Exness it not Scam broker


Did I call my broker ICM a scam broker? Not at all! Alpari was my worst live broker ever(out of 12 live acc. mt4 broker), for sure a Russian mafia broker LOL and BTW, their UK branch went recently bankrupt...
The problem is the EA trade logic, its way to broker data feed sensitive and this is causing the missed trades sometimes.
Are your accounts live ones on both brokers?

Asia Fortune (djogjacinta)
Mar 11 2015 at 01:52
38 posts
just sharing,

one week test the EA on thinkforex demo account: setting Risk and Rewards ratio : 1-2, I modified from the default setting.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/djogjacinta/test-eurjpy-starfx-11407922/1174389

so far still good.
unfortunately the owner of the EA only give 1 license EA, for only 4 account (both demo and real) and can not change account.

I think you should change your rule, you should allow your customer to change the account number.

lets make 1000 to 1000000
Marketorder
Mar 11 2015 at 21:00
114 posts
How come your results are much different from the vendors?


djogjacinta posted:
just sharing,

one week test the EA on thinkforex demo account: setting Risk and Rewards ratio : 1-2, I modified from the default setting.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/djogjacinta/test-eurjpy-starfx-11407922/1174389

so far still good.
unfortunately the owner of the EA only give 1 license EA, for only 4 account (both demo and real) and can not change account.

I think you should change your rule, you should allow your customer to change the account number.

starfxcom
Mar 11 2015 at 22:15
23 posts
djogjacinta posted:
just sharing,

one week test the EA on thinkforex demo account: setting Risk and Rewards ratio : 1-2, I modified from the default setting.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/djogjacinta/test-eurjpy-starfx-11407922/1174389

so far still good.
unfortunately the owner of the EA only give 1 license EA, for only 4 account (both demo and real) and can not change account.

I think you should change your rule, you should allow your customer to change the account number.




- Dear, I am sorry. but what are your settings.


Symbol EURJPY (Euro vs Japanese Yen)
Time - H1
Parameters
Time_UTS=2; - (GTM TIME YOU META TRADER 4);
 Stoploss_1=950; Takeprofit_1=400; Stoploss_2=950; Takeprofit_2=450; risk=0;
 Lot=0.5; - (You Lot)
TradeMonday=true;
_______________________________________________


 Is it?

Asia Fortune (djogjacinta)
Mar 12 2015 at 00:28
38 posts
I setting with mine:
just change the stop loss level: 800 (80 pips) and take profit 190pips.

I try with several setting for boost your EA result.

lets make 1000 to 1000000
Asia Fortune (djogjacinta)
Mar 12 2015 at 00:41
38 posts
I try with several setting, to test it.

thanks


Marketorder posted:
How come your results are much different from the vendors?


djogjacinta posted:
just sharing,

one week test the EA on thinkforex demo account: setting Risk and Rewards ratio : 1-2, I modified from the default setting.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/djogjacinta/test-eurjpy-starfx-11407922/1174389

so far still good.
unfortunately the owner of the EA only give 1 license EA, for only 4 account (both demo and real) and can not change account.

I think you should change your rule, you should allow your customer to change the account number.

lets make 1000 to 1000000
Marketorder
Mar 13 2015 at 09:42
114 posts
Looks like 45 pips is the best I wouldn't go any lower than 30 on this EA! If you lose 80 pips you're going to have to win allot of trades to make up the loss

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