When they don't share their history, or even the current trade, they have something to hide. This is called a black box. Do you need warned about black boxes? I'm sure you have heard about these before. Let me give the same advice once evangelized by none other than the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Edward Buffett. Never invest in something that you don't understand. All that glitters is not gold. The return sheets may look good but if they don't tell you how the robots work, look for the next opportunity and there is always another opportunity.
If you look at my trade curves, it seems obvious that those systems work, however, because I know how they work - I should use them, not you. At least until you learn and understand how they work for yourself.
ForexAssistant posted: If you look at my trade curves, it seems obvious that those systems work, however, because I know how they work - I should use them, not you. At least until you learn and understand how they work for yourself.
You definitely hit the nail on the head, Bob! An EA for money management, yes, but you gotta pick the trades yourself!
Yes, I know the black box in fact I'm agree that you must know something works in order to use it. I even say this. in the past I evaluated several EA, in order to learn their trading style and even for the simple curioisty. The problem of these system is that the instructions are garbade...what really matters is not the definition of each variable but how each variable depens on each others...basically they are black box.
Let me ask you something Bob. What curves that I saw in your link are yours ?
lucas87 posted: Let me ask you something Bob. What curves that I saw in your link are yours ?
Click on the name or picture icon of the person that you wish to see and the system shows the allowed trading accounts. I have two and of course they are both mine. They are both different strategies, only the P.I.G. will work in the US. I hope I answered your question but if not, ask it again and I'll re-try. Bob
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