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Blessing 3 Review Scores


Overall score: 2.4 / 5

Total votes: 295
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Blessing 3 Discussion

Benny Suryawan (Benny43)
Jun 12 2012 at 11:07
7 posts

   gerald325i posted:
   Currently running it live :) So far so good inching up.

yes the best marti ea ... :D

Dont be greedy, Use MM = Profit
The Tramp
forex_trader_[29653]
Jun 12 2012 at 23:07
51 posts
It's not a martingale EA, it's a grid EA.

DayToRay
Jun 15 2012 at 21:00
5 posts
I think the best settings for this EA is default setting and 1h T/F
I think the best pairs of moneies of this EA are EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCHF.

The Tramp
forex_trader_[29653]
Jun 15 2012 at 21:08
51 posts
The default setting are just numbers placed randomly.

IT IS STRONGLY ADVISED NOT TO RUN the default settings, but to load the tested settings found from the Wiki https://jtatoday.info/wiki/index.php?title=Blessing_Set_Files or from the forum https://www.jtatoday.info/forum/index.php

Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex)
Jun 22 2012 at 18:30
262 posts

   Benny43 posted:
   

   gerald325i posted:
   Currently running it live :) So far so good inching up.

yes the best marti ea ... :D



   TheTrampIt posted:
   It's not a martingale EA, it's a grid EA.


Since it's increasing the lot size when the position goes against it, Blessing 3 is a Martingale EA.
It's also a grid trader, based on how it makes the decision on where to open additional orders.

So it's both grid and martingale.

He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
The Tramp
forex_trader_[29653]
Jun 22 2012 at 19:56
51 posts

Since it's increasing the lot size when the position goes against it, Blessing 3 is a Martingale EA.
It's also a grid trader, based on how it makes the decision on where to open additional orders.

So it's both grid and martingale.


Martingale sistems double the lots at fixed rates.

This doesn't.

Therefore it's a grid system, not a Martingale.

It's a subtle differnce, but still a difference. The difference that makes it a winner.

Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex)
Jun 22 2012 at 20:43
262 posts
Ok, I was using the more general interpretation of what Martingale means, and that is to increase the lot size again and again (no matter by how much), in a losing position. Doubling the size was the original way.

I agree that being less aggressive than the exponential Martingale helps reduce the drawdown.

He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
The Tramp
forex_trader_[29653]
Jun 22 2012 at 21:13
51 posts
hat is to increase the lot size again and again (no matter by how much), in a losing position.


This is the main difference: Blessing will NOT open a new trade when the position is reached within the grid: it will wait that the trend is in the right direction before opening the new trade.

Of course, you can set Blessing to stupidl open the double sistematically if you wan to, but it's like having a 4x4 but not engaging it when entering a dirt road.

Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex)
Jun 22 2012 at 22:09
262 posts
I see. Thanks for the explanation!

He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
DayToRay
Jun 29 2012 at 19:54
5 posts
I agree with 'The Tramp'. If you don't know how to drive racing cars , crash and die. END....
Blessing EA is like F1 cars. Blessing is a EA for F1 traders. Blessing drivers/traders always searching for good better set files... endless work but making $money$ little bit/alot and slow/fast. Blessing is a kind of Martingale. What's wrong with Martingale..? Martingale is okay if you know how to drive this EA. If you don't know... crash and die... THE END. If you drive Blessing EA safe, you can drive safe(...most of Blessing traders are safe drivers (after experiencing a few crash and die )... with protect your account features E/P,D/P,etc... )

Btw, 1) I don't see big any differences between Blessing and Evolution ???
          2) how Evolution traders backtest without downloading Evolution scripts to local pcs.???
                I don't think it is possible on SkyDesk server to run back test with historical prices data..... ??

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