I have been running this EA (demo account) for about 2 weeks at my VPS - results are not so good.
Originally Posted by wannaberich
I started with 1000 USD, trade with 0.1 lot.
Now it`s 700 USD left.
What can possibly be wrong?
May be I need to change start-balance or amount of lots that EA uses to trade?
I reboot VPS automatically once a day, every day. MT4 platform starts automatically.
Could this prevent EA from running properly?
Please, advice. Thanks.
P. S. Sorry for my poor english.
Rebooting the VPS will not matter, I reboot mine nearly every day and i have lots of EAs running, as soon as your MT4 starts everything will go back to the way it was. I think the reason you are down so much because you are risking far to much in regards to your account balance.
I have MM set to false and i have my lot size set to 0.01. I personally would only risk 0.01 lots for each $1000 where you are risking 0.1 for the same amount. so if you have $10000 i would be trading 0.1 lots
Yes you would still be down the same in percent terms but not in dollar terms.
Originally Posted by badass_ua
I would not be surprise me if this is a clone of yourlucky or thunder. They also scalp eurusd and can be tweeked to scalp other pairs.
Are you forward testing with these EA's? If so, how are you doing? If you're doing well, I'd like to try them on demo for a couple weeks. Maybe we can compare results.
Originally Posted by Viv108
Don'T waste your time... whether on back- nor on demo forward test it made reasonable profit....
yes I am making profit in forward testing !
same old story- system fails after some weeks- vendor pulls new version out of the magic hat
Nobody needs such type of EA- there are allready dozens around..
Fab, shark, etc .... you name it
All these "superduper" systems fail in the long run on there miserable TP to SL ratio
where'd his friend AntoineW go?
did they have a huge drawdown and tears?
Statement from REAL account
481 USD profit in 2 months trading 0.1 lot
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