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May 17,  · Well, on Plimus each vendor can set their own refund policy, and if Forex Breakout Genius has taken advantage of this in some way by claiming you should talk to Plimus, that doesn't mean that Wall Street Forex will do the same.

There was an update - please download the new files. I haven't read through the manual but I will today. The stop loss, take profit, secure profit and secure profit trigger can be configured, which should give many weeks of busy CPU time to the computers of the people who are into optimizations.

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May 17,  · Well, on Plimus each vendor can set their own refund policy, and if Forex Breakout Genius has taken advantage of this in some way by claiming you should talk to Plimus, that doesn't mean that Wall Street Forex will do the same.

However, Plimus then told me that they could not process a refund as my request had been made outside their standard 30 day refund period!! Since then, the FBG vendor has ignored all subsequent refund requests from me Given the above, I can't see how this EA's refund policy can actually be worth anything at all and, on that basis, I won't be purchasing!

NedimHad Full Member Posts: If you want try, waste your money and plz. I would appreciate it if developers would show up here. March 23, , Price is a lil steep.. Who wants to go 3 ways on it? Blown Accounts are Us This is another very dangerous EA running without SL. If you look back on some of those trades, it has endured some pips before the trade kind of turn around and close with smaller lost.

Who knows what the max. I have a really good feeling about this one. It trades the 4 majors. I haven't read through the manual but I will today. As I know more I will post more. Next week I'm going yacht shopping okay I'm kidding. This is however demo and considering the fact that this is a scalper broker feed will be significant with this one. I will keep my eyes open. I have to take a moment and brag.

I'm sorry guys and honestly I am not selling anything here. I remain watchful and observant of all of my ea's and I constantly seek to diversify. I feel this is critical if one is to succeed in automated trading.

As I add to my portfolio I am constantly cutting my risk back. My portfolio has a trend trader for EU which as many of you know is the most trendy of all pairs My portfolio has a break-out ea that trades the London open My portfolio has a scalper which trades accross 4 pairs.

My portfolio contains a grid trader with very low risk Finally my portfolio contains an ea that trades multiple strats. If we cannot keep moving and swaying with the market we will fail. As my account grows my risk shrinks. This is however demo and considering the fact that this is a scalper broker fe.

Since I started on my demo I only have 1 trade but on my live fxopen account I have had 4 trades. The live results are listed below. Not bad results for just three dya of activity. I am really interested, please keep us updated. I have actually been lowering my risk and trying to be more and more diversified while simultaneously testing new things.

You know summer's coming and that could me thinnner markets and rangebound behavior if that's the case I will lower my risk even more on my trend traders. Point is by constantly observing and diversifying I believe I can continue to smooth out my equity curve and smooth out any drawdown periods. The only parameter that you really have to set is the AutoMM. This is basically the risk that the EA runs with and failing to configure it will make the EA trade a constant 0.

There is also a RecoveryMode parameter, which I strongly recommend not enabling. While it may lead to apparently higher gains, it will surely increase the drawdown dramatically. Even the manual makes a similar recommendation.

Instead of using the pair defaults, any user can configure the pair parameters manually. The stop loss, take profit, secure profit and secure profit trigger can be configured, which should give many weeks of busy CPU time to the computers of the people who are into optimizations.

The manual also features a backtesting chapter that I carefully disregarded and proceeded to doing it my own way which is almost the same when it comes to history center data anyway. It also contains some really sensible broker advice and no affiliate links, which kind of surprised me, given the product website.

Most importantly, it displays the lots it will trade, the current spread and trade status along with the authentication result. As usual, I began by running history center data backtests on the time range. I chose an average spread for each pair:. All the backtests performed on history center data were using the default settings for all parameters except the AutoMM which was set to 3.

I will definitely not include it in the forward test, but I will run the other backtests on it as well, for the sake of consistency. To save you the trouble of clicking each balance chart, I made a small table with some relevant data for each backtest. I proceeded to perform some backtests on Dukascopy tick data next, using fixed spreads equal to those used with the history center data above.

The EA settings were also the same: