The wild card in this system seems to be how many and which of the pair trading recommendations you would take each day. If it recommends more than you can risk is there a methodology provided to select only the best trade recommendations? Also, I'm wondering if the EA will be intelligent enough to work by first ranking the trade recommendations in terms of positive expectancy, then selecting trades dependent on number of trades/risk able to be taken and pairs available on your broker? Regarding exotics, I took a look at the myfxbook trades summary which provides the following info:Out of the top 13 pairs ranked by pips won, there are only 2 exotics: EURSEK, USDNOK (although they are the 2 largest pip wins!!). Out of top 13 pairs ranked by largest number of trades taken, there are no exotic pairs.Out of top 16 pairs ranked by largest number of winning trades, there are no exotic pairs.So although it would be nice to have a broker with all the exotics available it looks like it could easily still be traded without them.I'd love to hear McLeans thoughts on these.
He hasn't responded because he promised to release the 1.3 indie update and has been busy so he could meet his release date. He doesn't want to be like other vendors that say they are going to release something and not do it in the time they commit to.He's been swamped with questions and may temporarily suspend any new sales this coming week until he can catchup with things is what i am hearing.
Well, greetings everyone. I jumped on board after XOden's suggestion on another thread. Patiently waiting for indy and response to my questions.I made a quick comparison table when I was researching available brokers, take a look here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArZy3Hp-O64JdER4dUp1bWtLTUJOVmp5Umk0bzBOOWcI'm choosing between InstaForex and Trading Point. IF have a better selection of pairs (pretty much everything mentioned by Anchorpoint some pages ago), but TP have somewhat lower spreads.What do you guys think I should go with? Quote from: XOden on June 10, 2012, 08:14:13 pmHe hasn't responded because he promised to release the 1.3 indie update and has been busy so he could meet his release date. He doesn't want to be like other vendors that say they are going to release something and not do it in the time they commit to.He's been swamped with questions and may temporarily suspend any new sales this coming week until he can catchup with things is what i am hearing.
Hope the suspension is temporary...
Hi, I am thinking about buying. But when I see this I see much DD... :http://www.myfxbook.com/members/StraturaGroup/statarb/287178Hi see equity went from +13% to -10% then 16 to -16% then 13 to -8%... So 30th november to 16 may it went only from 11 to 20%...Also overall performance is "only" 4%/month but DD is 31%...Any remark?Thanks
Thanks for you explanation, and yes i'm not fluent and always i was said sorry for this weakness.I'm understand very well about licensing for one account but i was read that a customer needs change his ONE account to another broker simply was a setting procedure at web page.I was spent too many thousands legally to try now thief anything, mate
@ statarbpro, or anyone who has read the manual, refer page 28, about trade exits, see quote, thanks for discussion 5. Exit trades either:a. Winner - At the trigger. There is no need to confirm an exit signal.b. Loser - If the trade reaches 2X your risk parameter. Meaning:1. Your risk is set to 1%2. You have a $10,000 balance.3. The trade is drawn down $200 or 2%.So, when I set my initial trade position size, according to what I thought was my RISK eg 1%, now I see that I really need 1/2 that size because my real RISK is 2% Now, is that 2% for both positions, if not, hey maybe I'm now down 4% due to having 2 trades open correct?I wonder how the EA is going to make these critical calculations when it goes live, or will is just trade an arbitrary standard size of 0.10 something like that?
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