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Fluid Trader Account 1 (de fluidtrader )

Gain : -99.9%
Drawdown 70.95%
Pips: -12326.5
Transactions 12109
Gagné:
Perdu:
Type: Réel
Levier: 1:30
Trading: Automatisé

Discussion Fluid Trader Account 1

Bullish (saaedb)
Dec 01 2017 at 15:36
posts 138
Yury48 posted:
saaedb posted:
If the vendor is putting in extra time to build something for you, I think it's normal to expect some compensation for it.

Normal salespeople such updates are usually released for free.
In addition, this EA will sooner or later lead to a loss of deposit.


If the EA is going to lead to a loss and you might be right, but on the flop side, why do you care for additional pairs or even bother to use the EA?

Clearly you see some value in this EA and you want to take on the risk. Generally an update or bug fixes in a software should be free of charge, but adding scope to the code base in my view is okay to expect some compensation for it.

Personally I won't be purchasing the new version to get extra pairs, I think the two pairs is good enough and risky enough for me as it is.

johnpyster
Dec 06 2017 at 07:37
posts 11
When will the additional pairs be added to the EA and what will the cost be for existing clients?

fluidtrader
Dec 07 2017 at 07:57
posts 13
It was added a few days ago, details in members area at bottom. Did you not get the email? If so please email support@fluidtrader.com to make sure you on the update email list.

can-man (tonychan)
Dec 07 2017 at 08:14
posts 80
There is big drawdown on AUDUSD!

Yury48
Dec 10 2017 at 08:51
posts 222
to fluidtrader:
Do you have a monitoring of new version EA Fluid Trader?
Best regards,
Yury.

Matt (BluePanther)
Dec 12 2017 at 00:39
posts 1356
happytraderww posted:
If you suspect that the EA is not working, which happened to me once before, I removed the EA, reloaded it and it came back to life.


1. This is VERY CONCERNING! I expect a 'fully automated' EA to work without any manual intervention - that includes reloading EA to charts. Is the vendor aware of any such issues? Can the vendor explain the reason for this occurring?

2. What risk setting is used on 'Fluid Trader Account 1'? Please include risk setting in account description (General tab).

3. Vendor, please explain what occurred on 24-27 November with USDCHF: seems EA suffered some considerable losses. What processes did the EA follow? Was this manual intervention?

Bullish (saaedb)
Dec 14 2017 at 00:11
posts 138
This system is not for the faint hearted.... significant draw downs for relatively small gains. Maybe my broker isn’t good for this system.

johnpyster
Dec 15 2017 at 12:19
posts 11
saaedb posted:
This system is not for the faint hearted.... significant draw downs for relatively small gains. Maybe my broker isn’t good for this system.


I feel the same way with FXChoice, Was in DD on both pairs and hit SL from EA out for a $2,200 loss, then I removed the EA from both pairs and then AUD came back and system still TP for $500 even though I removed the EA. The EA has big DD's for very little profit if it turns around. Have it on LowRisk now, not sure if its a keeper with FXChoice.

Matt (BluePanther)
Dec 15 2017 at 15:38
posts 1356
Vendor responses via PM:


Fichiers joints:


johnpyster
Dec 17 2017 at 08:31
posts 11
Need a broker that accepts US clients that would work with this EA? IC Markets does not accept US and same with EA's broker.

todompoll
Dec 17 2017 at 21:07
posts 54
Been using CapitalCityMarkets.com with Fluid Trader and functioning fine there, and they accept US clients with favorable conditions, and no standard US restrictions.

A spin off of when Tallinex stopped accepting US Clients.

Matt (BluePanther)
Dec 18 2017 at 00:57
posts 1356
Ziya (ZKFXtrader)
Dec 19 2017 at 01:53
posts 258
johnpyster posted:
Need a broker that accepts US clients that would work with this EA? IC Markets does not accept US and same with EA's broker.

you can use FXchoice and Trader'sway, both accept US clients. I have another broker that I use for long; Finpto trading.

Succeed in Forex trading
Yury48
Jan 15 2018 at 13:54
posts 222
Very big drawdown for a pair USDCHF. Autotrading is off.

Bullish (saaedb)
Jan 15 2018 at 14:51
posts 138
Yury48 posted:
Very big drawdown for a pair USDCHF. Autotrading is off.


Very Big is not a number... if you can give a percent number for what the drawdown is that would be a lot more helpful.

In my experience, expect a 35-40% drawdown with medium risk to gain 2-3% profit.

cojub
Jan 15 2018 at 15:15
posts 6
26.2 % drawdown on my end, on live account ... We'll see how it gets resolve :-)

Bullish (saaedb)
Jan 15 2018 at 18:33
posts 138
cojub posted:
26.2 % drawdown on my end, on live account ... We'll see how it gets resolve :-)


I've had mine go for a single currency around 30% negative and recover, I've also taken a loss of 35% and recover (recovery took a month). Personally I've stopped using the EA on a live account, the risk to reward wasn't acceptable to me.

The drawdown that you see on the authors signal is not true representation(his signal doesn't refresh on a regular basis).

Yury48
Jan 16 2018 at 10:53
posts 222
Yes, I also removed this EA from the real account.

grabinstantly
Mar 11 2018 at 07:18
posts 1
Ya, same here to remove this EA from live account. Big drawdown after sometimes and wipe all previous profits.

Rafael (Rafael)
Apr 21 2018 at 17:06
posts 55
grabinstantly posted:
Ya, same here to remove this EA from live account. Big drawdown after sometimes and wipe all previous profits.


I see that on the main account it has almost 60% dd. I don't understand how you decide to use such system.

Once we realize that imperfect understanding is the human condition there is no shame in being wrong, only in failing to correct our mistakes.
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