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Bogie-HedgeHog-v4g (By wackena )

Lutilisateur a supprimé ce système.

Discussion

chjsing (chjsing)
Apr 05 2010 at 02:21
1 messages

wackena posted:
    
tbuitendyk posted:
    
pc8multifx posted:
    
Don't trade live a marty system when it doesn't survive a full 10 year backtest and random backtests with the same setting!

 Margin call waits right around the next corner...😝


Looks like good advice in retrospect.

Long term backtests, at best, are only potential indications of how EAs will perform in Live accounts. As an example, here is backtest from 1999.<a href='https://www.myfxbook.com/files/wackena/BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip' target='_blank'>BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip</a>


hi Wackena
thank you for your system. have you done a backtest on eurusd as well, i understand that the EA is to attached to both pairs will open both pairs independantly , shouldn't we look into the overall results from both pairs ?

 

Small win a day. Big win a year.
spike38 (spike38)
Apr 05 2010 at 03:20
3 messages

tbuitendyk posted:
    
pc8multifx posted:
    
Don't trade live a marty system when it doesn't survive a full 10 year backtest and random backtests with the same setting!

 Margin call waits right around the next corner...😝


Looks like good advice in retrospect.


Even if you find an EA that back tests 10 yrs profitable, That doesn't mean it will survive next year. Also, If you are running
live, You would be foolish to blindly think the EA, Or trade is always going to come back around.

Martingales, If left unattended. Or unleashed. Can be dangerous.(only a fool trades with a blindfold)
But, Myself, I have found them to be very profitable!!!
-You must monitor them.
-Use proper MM
-Use Equity protection.
-Call upon your experience, To know when to intervene.

Spike

Rob
IslandFX (IslandFX)
Apr 05 2010 at 09:45
41 messages
Has anybody looked at a strategy to take weekly / monthly funds out of the account as part of a Martingale system as this one? Although the annual gain would be reduced, I would have though the longevity and stability would improve.

Regards

Rob

owrank
Apr 05 2010 at 10:05
1 messages

wackena posted:
Long term backtests, at best, are only potential indications of how EAs will perform in Live accounts. As an example, here is backtest from 1999.<a href='https://www.myfxbook.com/files/wackena/BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip'>BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip</a>


Hello !
Thank you very much for the EA you presented and interesting discussion.

My question is please is if you used exactly same parameters for backtest 1999-2010 period like you provided as 'the best' in previous posts. I spent last two days on backtests of your EA and have different results for last ten years.

BTW: when we look at 2010 only in your backtest then from 21st Jan 2010 until 11th Mar the balance increased from 10,000,003 to 10,899,424 therefore for 9%. Still good and permament growth but the result is far away from e.g. what is presented on original chart for Bogie-HedgeHog-v2

Best regards and thanks again for interesting input
OwrAnk

wackena
Apr 05 2010 at 12:25
125 messages

spike38 posted:
Even if you find an EA that back tests 10 yrs profitable, That doesn't mean it will survive next year. Also, If you are running
live, You would be foolish to blindly think the EA, Or trade is always going to come back around.

Martingales, If left unattended. Or unleashed. Can be dangerous.(only a fool trades with a blindfold)
But, Myself, I have found them to be very profitable!!!
-You must monitor them.
-Use proper MM
-Use Equity protection.
-Call upon your experience, To know when to intervene.

Spike


Touché

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
wackena
Apr 05 2010 at 12:29
125 messages

chjsing posted:
    
wackena posted:
    
tbuitendyk posted:
    
pc8multifx posted:
    
Don't trade live a marty system when it doesn't survive a full 10 year backtest and random backtests with the same setting!

 Margin call waits right around the next corner...😝


Looks like good advice in retrospect.

Long term backtests, at best, are only potential indications of how EAs will perform in Live accounts. As an example, here is backtest from 1999.<a href='https://www.myfxbook.com/files/wackena/BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip' target='_blank'>BogieHedgeHogUSDCHF.zip</a>


hi Wackena
thank you for your system. have you done a backtest on eurusd as well, i understand that the EA is to attached to both pairs will open both pairs independantly , shouldn't we look into the overall results from both pairs ?

 

Here is EURUSD for same period.

Pièces jointes


"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
winsteadglenn
Apr 06 2010 at 22:23
23 messages
Hi Wackena.

   Where would you go from here, my friend? Trade only EU?

 Someone suggested placing buys or sells for both EU and UC simultaneously, to enable them to hedge each other. Is there merit in that thought?
  Thanks, Glenn

sliux (sliux)
Apr 07 2010 at 13:15
9 messages
Interesting EA, but it have few bugs and logical errors in the code. I tried to make some modifications of the source code, made optimization and started new demo account for forward testing. You can watch my progress with this system here:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/sliux/bhhmo/25099
BHHMO stands for Bogie HedgeHog Modified and Optimized

wackena
Apr 07 2010 at 14:27
125 messages

winsteadglenn posted:
    Hi Wackena.

   Where would you go from here, my friend? Trade only EU?

 Someone suggested placing buys or sells for both EU and UC simultaneously, to enable them to hedge each other. Is there merit in that thought?
  Thanks, Glenn

As long as the major reason for price changes on the 2 pairs are from a weak or stronger $USD, then the reverse correlation is quite close. But when the Euro or CHF effect price then the correlation is off. The EA would need to only place Hedge Trades for these 2 pairs only when price change is only from a weak or stronger $USD, Maybe monitoring MA cross on several $USD pairs and if all agree on weaker or stronger $USD, then place hedge trades on EURUSD and USDCHF.

"Steady Equity Growth" is the name of the game.
4xfreak (4xfreak)
Apr 08 2010 at 17:11
21 messages

sliux posted:
    Interesting EA, but it have few bugs and logical errors in the code. I tried to make some modifications of the source code, made optimization and started new demo account for forward testing. You can watch my progress with this system here:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/sliux/bhhmo/25099
BHHMO stands for Bogie HedgeHog Modified and Optimized


Saulius
Please release the modified code and explain why you made the modifications you made. I noticed you are using many pairs in your trading of this modified EA please explain the logic behind your thinking when trading more pairs. Thank You
As Always...
Greatest Success ***Dale***

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