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Alvin-Trader v1.2 (by AlvinTrader)

L'utilisateur a supprimé ce système.
can-man (tonychan)
Jan 05 2016 at 04:53
80 messages
anyone using this EA on another brokers?

Jan 09 2016 at 22:13
48 messages
I am using it on Traders Way. It is doing well. The developer has been very helpful. I have no trouble recommending it and I hope it continues.

Jan 31 2016 at 21:18
84 messages
any updates from users?

Feb 03 2016 at 10:31
192 messages
Martingale..... a ticking bomb

Feb 11 2016 at 23:57
48 messages
Ultimately it did not trade like the master. I could not figure out why it failed.

Feb 12 2016 at 11:35
15 messages
bundesrepublik posted:
Martingale..... a ticking bomb

Looking at the account history it looks like some orders are doubling. It doesn't look like pure martingale and also it has SL 30 or 50 pips (which is not huge SL distance)

Feb 15 2016 at 15:20
11 messages
It appears to take the Stop Loss, then reverse the direction after the SL is hit. From it's history I see it only has 1 open trade per pair at any one time and it has gone up a max of 5 levels before profit was taken. Much safer than a traditional Marty which will hold all losing positions and continue to open trades against the trend until a profit is taken or the account bursts. I'm going to test it. I like that it reverses direction with each loss and only has 1 open position per pair at any given time. Micro lots.... definately.

Feb 17 2016 at 04:14
48 messages
     Above is the screenshot of the trade that stopped me out. Notice 10465715 and 10466156, both GBPUSD trades. The first was 0.32 lots and the second was 0.64 lots. Alvin 1.2 reversed direction. Both me and the master lost the first trade. On the second trade I lost again but the master account(not shown) won. Mine closed within about 40 minutes but the master account stayed open 80 minutes and caught the reversal. Caution this may be sheer volatility in which case the master account winning was sheer luck, not due to anything in the algorithm. I do not know if I can be of any help with this. Please see the vendor.

Feb 17 2016 at 08:12
24 messages
Hmm...i think it could be due to account balance. The vendor's balance is quite substantial and the system figured that i can weather the adverse volatility further (eventually it did as you mentioned). You balance at that time is just a few hundred bucks and judging by the lot size, the system could have figured better to absorb the losses instead of risking further. Subsequent sequential losses compounded the problem and eventually the account blew up. That's why i think of.

Feb 17 2016 at 08:19
24 messages
Hello CKDORgay,

I looked at the charts, but you uploaded two different charts, GBPUSD and EURUSD, so it not possible to see the differences.



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