Doshur, maybe you can read the books I mentioned in the documentation. Your system is not very profitable, true. But you could try lowering-down the timeframe (Daily is ok for me), some filtering of entries (Trade Day of Week) and different exits (e.g. Bailout - exit on the first profitable Open).
Unfortunatelly I cannot provide the code itself here. Friends and me are going to provide a managed account service soon. I will let you know when ready.
Sure, I use mainly patterns and approach from Larry Williams (Long term secrets to short term trading). He puts things very clearly, fits me with his price-action style and I think he is definitely a person to learn from because of his evident success. Then there is one from Thomas Stridsman - Trading systems that work. He describes how to build really working automated strategies. And last but not least - Curtis M. Faith - Way of the Turtle - a story about a group of newbies being taught to be very successful traders. Again contains very good and practical examples, especially what concerns money management. I must also mention the server www.financnik.cz, which is one of the most comprehensive. These guys are doing a great job. Unfortunately it is available just in Czech language...
Hi Doshur, thanks for reminding me about zulutrade and rentasignal. I will consider them. But primarily I have a bit different intentions. We are establishing a company that will provide a 'managed account' service. It means our customers will have a trading account at Alpari UK and will sign a 'limited power of attorney' for us to be able to trade their accounts, while the customers will keep their funds separate. I expect we will be ready in the first half of 2010.
Hi all, I am sorry for being 'quiet' for a longer time.
But good news - we established a partnership with Tradency and now the system 'All2Gather_Emp' can be found in their platform. Anybody can now add it into his/her portfolio. Moreless all major FX brokers support this platform. Enjoy ;)
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