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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2012, 01:45:04 pm »
In high risk setting every win can add 6% to your account.
In low risk every win can add 2.5% to your account.

With fixed lot it can gain 2.5-5% in month.

With MM it can gain 200-400% in a year.

Minimum balance require is 100$.

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2012, 03:20:01 pm »
In high risk setting every win can add 6% to your account.
In low risk every win can add 2.5% to your account.

With fixed lot it can gain 2.5-5% in month.

With MM it can gain 200-400% in a year.

Minimum balance require is 100$.

Looks like a lot more trades then 4 or 5 per month.

The price of $200 is reasonable.  A donnaforex discount would also be nice.  :D
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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2012, 04:04:34 pm »
I think this system would be good for those that have a large trading account that can build up slow. If you have a small account the 4 or 5 trades a month would make it not really worth it i think, as it would take far to long to build ones account :)

2 back tests from 2010 to 2012 with high risk setting
initial deposit 100$ and 10000$:

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2012, 04:06:04 pm »
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A donnaforex discount would also be nice.
Sure ;)

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2012, 04:54:49 pm »
what i don't like this EA is the 600 DAYS drawdown period, that is TWO YEARS!! ::) ???

Psychologically speaking, durning that period no one would survive

still a good EA ,but is there a way to reduce that period?

all i want is 50 percent gain in a year ,no more than 5 percent drawdown. can this EA does that?

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #20 on: July 10, 2012, 05:31:00 pm »
is there a way to reduce that period?
I'm  working on it but DD periods are normal for long terms strategy.the good news is trend follower EAs shine on that 2 years.for example BBEA.You can use a trend follower + H-E Spider on your account.they can cover each other in DD Periods.

all i want is 50 percent gain in a year ,no more than 5 percent drawdown. can this EA does that?
Unfortunately it can't.

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #21 on: July 11, 2012, 03:32:48 pm »
Hi again @fmonera,

I've saw your comment:
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"For example, ATR(14 days). This way, on high volatility periods, both SL and TP will be higher. If you need code samples, just ask. All my EAs are programmed this way."

Please, could you post it here? :-(

Thanks in advance.
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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #22 on: July 11, 2012, 08:16:33 pm »
Here you can see a screen shot of impulses indicator.

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #23 on: July 11, 2012, 08:37:07 pm »
Hi again @fmonera,

I've saw your comment:
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"For example, ATR(14 days). This way, on high volatility periods, both SL and TP will be higher. If you need code samples, just ask. All my EAs are programmed this way."

Please, could you post it here? :-(

Thanks in advance.


Code example:

extern SL = 50;
extern TP = 100;

atr = iATR( NULL, PERIOD_D1, 14, 1 );

...
...
// BUY
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

// SELL
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #24 on: July 13, 2012, 04:49:15 am »

Ohh, thank you @fmonera!
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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2012, 09:48:15 am »
Hi again @fmonera,

I've saw your comment:
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"For example, ATR(14 days). This way, on high volatility periods, both SL and TP will be higher. If you need code samples, just ask. All my EAs are programmed this way."

Please, could you post it here? :-(

Thanks in advance.


Code example:

extern SL = 50;
extern TP = 100;

atr = iATR( NULL, PERIOD_D1, 14, 1 );

...
...
// BUY
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

// SELL
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

Just a note of caution here. I'm sure fmonera has supplied this code a an example of what you could do, not what you always should do.

For instance, this code would set your TP & SL today depending on the volatility by ATR of yesterday back for 2 weeks. Now if yesterday was (say) a bank holiday and  today isn't (or vice versa), you may be caught out.

This help is always appreciated and, I'm sure, gratefully received but it is not a substitute for using one's own brain.
« Last Edit: July 13, 2012, 09:55:19 am by 999cjb »

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2012, 10:25:44 am »
Hi again @fmonera,

I've saw your comment:
Quote
"For example, ATR(14 days). This way, on high volatility periods, both SL and TP will be higher. If you need code samples, just ask. All my EAs are programmed this way."

Please, could you post it here? :-(

Thanks in advance.


Code example:

extern SL = 50;
extern TP = 100;

atr = iATR( NULL, PERIOD_D1, 14, 1 );

...
...
// BUY
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

// SELL
realSL = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] + SL*atr, Digits);
realTP = NormalizeDouble(Close[1] - TP*atr, Digits);
OrderSend(....);

Just a note of caution here. I'm sure fmonera has supplied this code a an example of what you could do, not what you always should do.

For instance, this code would set your TP & SL today depending on the volatility by ATR of yesterday back for 2 weeks. Now if yesterday was (say) a bank holiday and  today isn't (or vice versa), you may be caught out.

This help is always appreciated and, I'm sure, gratefully received but it is not a substitute for using one's own brain.

Please note that I am showing the average range of the last 14 days. One holiday doesn't influence too much.

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H-E Spider
« Reply #27 on: July 13, 2012, 02:02:06 pm »
Yes 999cjb, of course, thank you!

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Re: H-E Spider( Beta tester needed)
« Reply #28 on: July 14, 2012, 08:25:28 pm »
Beta tester needed.
I want to start the beta testing phase and I need a small group of members(5-10) with high reputation for beta testing.
Beta testers should run the EA at least on 1 real account.
You can run the EA with 0.01 lot if you don't want to risk more.(40 pips SL)
special discount coupon will be available for beta testers on official release. ;)

Please PM me these information if you are interested.

1-Broker name
2-VPS or home computer?
3-Do you have any other EA on your account?
4-your email address

tnx
« Last Edit: July 14, 2012, 08:29:08 pm by he3117 »

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Re: H-E Spider
« Reply #29 on: July 15, 2012, 05:04:26 pm »
@Beta testers

Hi
thank your for testing my EA.
You can monitor my forward test from here:
http://www.myfxbook.com/members/he3117/h-e-spider-forwardtest/278089

 

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