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Bogie-HedgeHog-v4g (By wackena )

Lutilisateur a supprimé ce système.

Discussion

redpine
Mar 11 2010 at 23:14
4 messages
Wackena,

I've followed your EA's for awhile now and am very impressed with this one. Any chance I could get the .set file and timeframe your running on?

Thanks!

emoneyland
Mar 12 2010 at 00:17
6 messages

wackena posted:
    So far no manual intervention. I would not know why your trades aare open. Most trades will have some negative float (DD) while open. The has 60% wins.
V3 is same as v2, except modified to also trade on 5 digit and ECN brokers.

emoneyland posted:
    I have a copy of this EA, and I'm running it currently on my demo account. I just wanted to know if you manually close some trades because your recent trades are closed here, but they are still in a loss on my account. What could be the problem?
Thanks for sharing the EA.



I guess its because of the price differences in demo and live account quotes. I'm going live with this tomorrow. Thanks wackena!

sydney2000
Mar 12 2010 at 00:46
16 messages

pc8multifx posted:
    my v2 version opened position on 5 digit too..... yet not closed😕

I'm with Go markets in Australia they are 5 digit also, Is version 2 working properly with you, have you done any adjustments.
Also do we need to attach it to EURCHF as well or does it collect data without attaching it to EURCHF.
Cheers
Joel

If you search in the right places eventually you will get what you want
wackena
Mar 12 2010 at 12:50
125 messages
pc8multifx posted:
    my v2 version opened position on 5 digit too..... yet not closed😕


For 5 digit broker, use v3 or higher.

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
wackena
Mar 12 2010 at 12:52
125 messages

redpine posted:
    Wackena,

I've followed your EA's for awhile now and am very impressed with this one. Any chance I could get the .set file and timeframe your running on?

Thanks!


I use default settings and can run on EURUSD and USDCHF on H1 chart.

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
wackena
Mar 12 2010 at 12:54
125 messages

sydney2000 posted:
    
pc8multifx posted:
    my v2 version opened position on 5 digit too..... yet not closed😕

I'm with Go markets in Australia they are 5 digit also, Is version 2 working properly with you, have you done any adjustments.
Also do we need to attach it to EURCHF as well or does it collect data without attaching it to EURCHF.
Cheers
Joel


For 5 digit brokers use v3 or higher.

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
rr342
Mar 12 2010 at 18:28
6 messages
i did a 1 year backtest on forex.com with v26. attached is the results. what is concerning is the 4 large drops in equity, presumably 4 bad trades? it ended up +20% for the year

have anyone else had similiar results in backtesting? i am trying to backtest on fxcm with v3 and v4 but it doesn't pickup any trades which is strange.

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rr342
Mar 12 2010 at 18:31
6 messages
sorry, i attached the wrong file. here is the html file with results for the backtest i did.

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wackena
Mar 12 2010 at 20:18
125 messages
If not following the group discussions, it would be difficult to know the progression of this EA. V2 is the earlier version submitted by me to group. Other v2 versions, including v26 are modified version from the group that I have not tested. The versions I have tested are v2, v3, v3a, v4, & v4a.

Running v2 on myfxbook, which is the earlier version developed on FXDD server. v3 & v3a is same EA adapted to run on 5 digits and ECN brokers. V4 & v4a is basically same trading strategy, but modified to be stricter on order entry to hopefully improve long term stability. Forward testing is underway to test 4a performance, but this can take several months. V3a & v4a trades same as v3 & v4. Change in 'a' version was on a print command that had no effect on trading.

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
rr342
Mar 13 2010 at 08:30
6 messages
Thanks for clearing that information up. So now I got version 2 loaded. but what I'm noticing is my backtest on forex.com is alot different than the one I ran on fxdd.com not sure why. Should they be the same? Or could they really have this much variation on a live account? I can't believe that would be possible. But I really don't know.

I do know that the forex.com backtest said it had a 79% modelling quality whereas the fxdd backtest had only a 39% one. I am attaching the 2 graphs from those backtests for the timeframe Sept 1,2009 - Feb 26, 2010 which is the same timeframe that one of the backtests was done on 'FXDD-MT4 Demo Server 2 (Build 225)' which came in the zip file for the EA. I notice that particular backtest had a 90% Modelling quality and it also had much higher profit too. Don't know why. How there could be that much variation in results of backtests especially on the same broker, fxdd.

Any ideas would be appreciated. Attached are my 2 graphs of backtests on forex.com and fxdd.com


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