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Inertia Trader (By babyjake1961 )

Lietotājs ir dzēsis šo sistēmu.

Diskusija

sid4spd
Jan 12 2017 at 22:53
23 ieraksti
Getting more curious about this EA...subscribed further...
Never chase the market!
FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru)
Jan 13 2017 at 09:15
1608 ieraksti
fxmill posted:
If all of your trades are losers, clearly logic dictates it is time to question YOUR broker!

@fxmill

Should I ask them to B-book my trades and after the ''honeymoon'' period to cripple my trades with their arsenal of 'virtual dealer plugins' as probably your broker does it to your account already?
Please click "Vouch" if you liked my post. If not, just put me on your Blocked list. :o)
fxmill
Jan 13 2017 at 09:16
16 ieraksti
I will never understand risk argument when the risk is 100% within your control. Also, risk reward is well setup here with this strategy. You do not have to trade the default settings. Average trades closes out at 30 pips SL. So if the drawdown is huge, it means you are risking too much.
Ben (Kibby)
Jan 16 2017 at 07:34
5 ieraksti
babyjake1961 posted:
I have a smaller live account with Tickmill and have great results there too: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/babyjake1961/01062016/1651616/fKH5fPEbSIoKLFQbpbpM

I've noticed on average your Tickmill account earns about 9% more per month. Do you think that given more time it will correlate more and be about the same? Or do you think Tickmill will continue to run Inertia Trader more profitably than FX Choice?

Thanks for your constant replies on this threat and for making such a phenomenal EA!
Ben (Kibby)
Jan 16 2017 at 07:34
5 ieraksti
babyjake1961
Jan 16 2017 at 11:10
70 ieraksti
We are yet to see which broker proves best for this bot. There's no way to know until some substantial time passes. Different brokers have different pools of liquidity providers that contribute to their execution speed and spreads. Usually, the complete lists of liquidity providers are not available to brokers' clients.
tellanup
Jan 18 2017 at 11:10
131 ieraksti
is there any live account where you have used the GU version along with EU ?
babyjake1961
Jan 19 2017 at 08:19
70 ieraksti
tellanup posted:
is there any live account where you have used the GU version along with EU ?
Yes, but I also trade manually on that account, so I suggest you run it on a cent account or demo on your own until you are comfortable enough with running the EA on both pairs.
StrikerBob
Jan 30 2017 at 15:49
48 ieraksti
Is this Algo1 a cent account?
babyjake1961
Jan 30 2017 at 17:43
70 ieraksti
StrikerBob posted:
Is this Algo1 a cent account?
No. FXChoice doesn't offer cent accounts.
Rahul Sangra (sangra1usd)
Jan 31 2017 at 13:26
2 ieraksti
i think it not good in shoter period i have full version works all acccounts but not good in short
😈😈
StrikerBob
Feb 02 2017 at 15:05
48 ieraksti
Had 3 trades open yesterday and then mid day the Bot put in another buy trade which made 4 trades open. Anyone else see this?
robotchallenge
Feb 02 2017 at 15:10
134 ieraksti
Yes, and the 4th closed for about 20 pips loss.
Be afraid, very afraid?
babyjake1961
Feb 02 2017 at 16:01
70 ieraksti
While the remaining 3 closed in hefty profit.
babyjake1961
Feb 02 2017 at 16:01
70 ieraksti
sangra1usd posted:
i think it not good in shoter period i have full version works all acccounts but not good in short
😈😈

Are you in quest of instant wealth?
VMAZZETTO
Feb 02 2017 at 16:01
14 ieraksti
The SL is defined when the trader open or open with no SL and during the trader the order use any indicator to close;

How is the risk reward ?
robotchallenge
Feb 02 2017 at 16:17
134 ieraksti
babyjake1961 posted:
While the remaining 3 closed in hefty profit.
That is true but the default settings are scary! It will hit 60% drawdown with 10% risk.
Be afraid, very afraid?
babyjake1961
Feb 03 2017 at 07:29
70 ieraksti
VMAZZETTO posted:
The SL is defined when the trader open or open with no SL and during the trader the order use any indicator to close;

How is the risk reward ?

The SL is set the moment a trade opens. It's calculated dynamically based on the inertia strength. No indicators are used in this price action EA.
babyjake1961
Feb 03 2017 at 07:31
70 ieraksti
As for the risk-reward ratio, it's 1:1.5 on average, meaning wins are by about a third bigger than losses. You can see it from the account statement.
babyjake1961
Feb 03 2017 at 07:31
70 ieraksti
robotchallenge posted:
babyjake1961 posted:
While the remaining 3 closed in hefty profit.
That is true but the default settings are scary! It will hit 60% drawdown with 10% risk.

Have you backtested the EA? Further, one can set any lot size they like.
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