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freestylefx (freestylefx)
Dec 04 2009 at 12:08
32 posts
you might want to edit your site and replace the 'Enter Your Text here . . . . . . . . .' on the BBWScalperDetails screen.

Also you state your a LLC and and I can't see your company registration number and registered address...this is a requirement of LLC in most countries anyway.

Best of luck anyways.
Elkart
Elkart (Elkart)
Dec 05 2009 at 00:37
edited Dec 05 2009 at 00:57
941 posts
The open floating systems are all doomed to failure. It's impossible for them to work. And unfortunately if you look at all the 'top' systems on myfxbook that's what's hanging around there. Just spam essentially, to the point where it makes the system evaluation almost impossible. I'll show you 10 000% a year simply but not closing the losses.

Your systems are retired when they're up and then shown as a good result. Some have run only 3 days, others have big draw downs for mediocre growth. Others have large unrealized positions...

That just pisses me off. Basically you're misrepresenting what's happening in your systems. To what end I'm not sure, but the first day a 30 % draw down arrives you're going to have pissed off clients on your six.

Lets have quick look:

BBW Scalper (DBuch 80702) retired 30 days - profit 8000, open losses 10 000, but retired so that's ok, was up when it retired? 20% down...
BBW Scalper (KBuch 80706) retired 30 days - profit 1105, open losses -500, no losing trades, 30% profit. Of course when we deduct the losses the picture changes a bit, like say 10% with 30% drawdown, but that's ok, because that one is also retired, doesn't count any more.

Here's nice one

BBW Scalper 3.9.8 Pro(Vondale 3k 95846) - profit 594, open losses -917, up 20% only 20% losing trades, this thing is -30%

All those are posted on your website with a nice growing graph?

It doesn't look so good from where I'm sitting. Looks to me like they're mostly failing in fact. I'm not going to go through the rest cause they all look like that.

Why don't you just delete all 40 and run the one you think works for a few months and then potential investors can get a coherent realistic picture of what's really going on.

Here's a basic question, what growth do you expect and what's the draw down going to be when you finally start closing those danglers...? Don't know hey, cause its all dynamic....

Heard that before.
LEHayes2 (LEHayes2)
Dec 07 2009 at 11:13
112 posts

Elkart posted:
    The open floating systems are all doomed to failure. It's impossible for them to work. And unfortunately if you look at all the 'top' systems on myfxbook that's what's hanging around there. Just spam essentially, to the point where it makes the system evaluation almost impossible. I'll show you 10 000% a year simply but not closing the losses.

Your systems are retired when they're up and then shown as a good result. Some have run only 3 days, others have big draw downs for mediocre growth. Others have large unrealized positions...

That just pisses me off. Basically you're misrepresenting what's happening in your systems. To what end I'm not sure, but the first day a 30 % draw down arrives you're going to have pissed off clients on your six.

Lets have quick look:

BBW Scalper (DBuch 80702) retired 30 days - profit 8000, open losses 10 000, but retired so that's ok, was up when it retired? 20% down...
BBW Scalper (KBuch 80706) retired 30 days - profit 1105, open losses -500, no losing trades, 30% profit. Of course when we deduct the losses the picture changes a bit, like say 10% with 30% drawdown, but that's ok, because that one is also retired, doesn't count any more.

Here's nice one

BBW Scalper 3.9.8 Pro(Vondale 3k 95846) - profit 594, open losses -917, up 20% only 20% losing trades, this thing is -30%

All those are posted on your website with a nice growing graph?

It doesn't look so good from where I'm sitting. Looks to me like they're mostly failing in fact. I'm not going to go through the rest cause they all look like that.

Why don't you just delete all 40 and run the one you think works for a few months and then potential investors can get a coherent realistic picture of what's really going on.

Here's a basic question, what growth do you expect and what's the draw down going to be when you finally start closing those danglers...? Don't know hey, cause its all dynamic....

Heard that before.


I like your feedback. Much better than the twist of attitude. I did figure out that the drawdown was an issue in 3.9.8. I did go back to the drawing board and added tools to help releive the tension of the drawdown. The 4.4 verion does close losers in a moderate fashion. I have been trying to find good research that would show a good way to manage the drawdown. Everything from improving the the accuracy of the opening trades, to pausing trades for more time to allow trades on drawdown to close and I even tried to close trades that were the largest on every new candle. Still trying to make it happen. So far the cash collector is doing a decent job on a per chart basis. It closes negative trades when the positive trades reach a specifc pip value. This way the positive trades outweigh the negative trades.

Now if you have a suggestion on how to do it cleaner, I am all ears. I am not trying to win the GREATEST EARNINGS percentage award and I am not out to brag about how much percentage I am racking up, I am more concerned about a stable program that provides a steady flow with good protection to the investment. So if you would like to present me with some options that would work I would be happy to build it and test it to see how it works out.

BTW: I haven't finished collecting the data results from the retired automations. About 2 weeks ago, I had business events that caused me to get too busy trying to get higher priority things done than dealing with retired reports. If it makes you feel better, I can remove them from the list.
forexma (forexma)
Sep 16 2010 at 15:53
edited Sep 16 2010 at 15:55
1332 posts
Very interesting, all BBW Scalpers till now were account blowers? I see only version 4.4.0 is for sale and this 5.0.5 I don't see anywhere. This version definetely looks different. Please explain are you the owner or just a buyer. A little bit more information would be very useful for all.
LEHayes2 (LEHayes2)
Sep 21 2010 at 03:51
112 posts
Hi, I am the owner and designer. Let me take a few minutes to explain. Bollinger Express was an enhanced version of BBW Scalper, it was meant to be the evolution. When the product was finished we evaluated and determined that both were so distinctly different that we should keep BBW Scalper and Bollinger Express. Then we went back to work on making additional fixes on BBW Scalper. The version we are showing on our site at this moment is BBW Scalper renewed. We changed the trigger to serve a better job on behaving like a scalper. We applied all the needed fixes and extra tools to make it better than it was. Now we have 2 very unique products that enhance each other well. For the time being, we are going through a heavy market program that was supposed to let us reach a large number of people, but it was supposed to be almost done by now. It has barely started. Meanwhile, as an agreement with the marketing company, we were asked to remove the other products. We will be returning to our normal provision of Bollinger Express shortly.

Be sure to keep an eye out for sales coming soon on all of our products. Currently we are testing this marketing pitch found at https://ih.4-x.ca/bbw/
dlewisfl (dlewisfl)
Sep 16 2010 at 21:02
19 posts
Don't know what you mean by 'owner' or 'buyer'. I am *not* affiliated with Investor's Haven (the seller) so I guess I'm a 'buyer' (I got a good deal).

This EA is called Bollinger Express, it's an enhanced version of BBW Scalper. It has more mechanisms to close trades in drawdown so you don't get several runaway losers that take all your equity (read: that blew BBW Scalper accounts). This demo account has had some trades in drawdown to the tune of 100 - 150 pips but they came back before one of the new mechanisms could kick in and stop them out. The few losses were the result of a program bug that opened trades that it shouldn't have (using the new Global Cash Collect feature). I disabled this feature after seeing these small losing trades.
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