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Wallstreet Forex Robot (By birt)

Gain : +1.82%
Drawdown 40.19%
Pips: 571.7
Trades 1793
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:500
Trading: Automated

Wallstreet Forex Robot Discussion

rootkit
Jun 21 2011 at 11:32
88 posts
is this running 3.6 or 3.9? if 3.9, when did it start? thanks

birt (birt)
Jun 23 2011 at 11:00
166 posts
The full review is available at https://eareview.net/scalping/wall-street-forex-robot and all the details about the forward test (including version change dates) can be found at https://eareview.net/forward-tests

Currently it's running 3.9, but it was running 3.6 when it started if I recall correctly.

Myk2elS2ilver
Jul 26 2011 at 07:12
150 posts
Unbelievable that my trades on the LiteForex with floating spread account are so different. You got far more trades Mr. Birt, and most of them are also profitable. I am using the same settings (mentioned on your blog if I am correct).

birt (birt)
Jul 26 2011 at 09:27
166 posts
That's strange. You should check your experts log, perhaps there is some more info in there.

Myk2elS2ilver
Jul 26 2011 at 09:31
150 posts
I'm doing all the time Birt. It seems trades can be different even if the broker is exactly the same. Maybe my internet connection? I have ADSL. Maybe the ping is too slow...? But even then, I should see the order placed in my experts log.... I have the same problem with other bots by the way. So it is not only the WS bot. To be continued

dalecam (dalecam)
Jul 27 2011 at 06:21
70 posts
Hello Myk2elS2ilver,
I have noticed a similar thing. I actually think that somewhere in the Code it has a time lapse control that executes every min or so from when you initialised the Expert on your chart.
I am running the exact same expert on the exact same vps server, using the exact same broker, but on a second account, and my trades are also different between the 2 accounts! They seem to balance up on a whole though - one may win more - but then lose more later on...
So the only logical explanation is the time lapse function in thier code somewhere......

birt (birt)
Jul 27 2011 at 15:57
166 posts
I strongly doubt there's anything like that in the EA, but I can't explain the differences you are experiencing. Dale, since you run two seemingly identical accounts, did you try mailing support with the relevant expert logs, journals and set files and inquiring about the possible causes for the inconsistencies?

dalecam (dalecam)
Jul 27 2011 at 16:11
70 posts
Hi Birt - no I havent because I actually thought the time lapse thing was on purpose - that way everyone isnt buying at the exact same second for any one trade. But I am interested in their reply, so I will see what they say. Ill keep this thread posted!

dalecam (dalecam)
Aug 03 2011 at 15:07
70 posts
Update - here is my message:
Hello,
I have 3 live accounts running with the exact same broker, on the exact same VPS, with the same settings (default).
However we get different results.
So results are slightly different between the accounts.
Is that because it depends when the expert was initialised?
Ie If I initialised 1 at 7:50 am and the other 2 at 7:53am?
Any other timing mechanism?
Thanks.

Here is their reply:

It is not relevant when EAs are initiated, if trades are opened after both experts are running.
It is normal to have some difference in performance even if the broker is the same.
There are really too many factors which impact on that, sometimes even brokers play tricks.
An unstable internet connection could also be a reason for different performance, you can check this point.

Myk2elS2ilver
Aug 03 2011 at 15:18
150 posts

dalecam posted:
An unstable internet connection could also be a reason for different performance, you can check this point.

Is not the case when running all three on the same VPS, my two cents

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