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    We recently added PrecisionTypeA and Calamari GBPUSD to our list. Both EAs were developed by the RapidFOREX Private Managed Fund and the PrecisionTypeA EA is said to be the main strategy of this fund. Calamari GBPUSD is a hedge grid EA.

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    Our forward test results for Calamari GBPUSD: MT4 Stats - Share your MetaTrader 4 Statements with the world

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    Last edited by TraderMike; 10-14-2009 at 17:47.

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    Precision Type A looks like a worthy EA, although the price is astronomical!

    I have to wonder about the backtest curve of Calamari looks as though there's a martingale present.

    Good work Mike

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    that's so good,i will download and backtest it.

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    Yep this one is costly but hey if it keeps us on the profit side comfortably. I'll demo this one to see what happens.

    Mike, thanks for keeping us posted with latest EA developments.


    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-Rio View Post
    Precision Type A looks like a worthy EA, although the price is astronomical!

    I have to wonder about the backtest curve of Calamari looks as though there's a martingale present.

    Good work Mike

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    Thanks guys!

    Yes, the price is a little high. But, you can buy a 6 month trial for $109 so that's $218/year, which is not too bad considering the potential profits. If you have no profits after 6 months of use, they state that they'll give you the unlimited $749 EA for no cost.

    Hasn't been long, but PrecisionTypeA is doing pretty good so far. Hope this keeps up so we can put it on our real accounts.

    TraderMike

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    Well I got it running on demo. Something tells me this EA might be a good one so ...let's give this time to bloom


    Quote Originally Posted by TraderMike View Post
    Thanks guys!

    Yes, the price is a little high. But, you can buy a 6 month trial for $109 so that's $218/year, which is not too bad considering the potential profits. If you have no profits after 6 months of use, they state that they'll give you the unlimited $749 EA for no cost.

    Hasn't been long, but PrecisionTypeA is doing pretty good so far. Hope this keeps up so we can put it on our real accounts.

    TraderMike

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    Quote Originally Posted by plandy View Post
    Well I got it running on demo. Something tells me this EA might be a good one so ...let's give this time to bloom
    So I assume that it trades on the EURUSD only. What kind of account size is possible with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-Rio View Post
    So I assume that it trades on the EURUSD only. What kind of account size is possible with it?
    Yes it supposed to run on Eur/Usd, 15m and you can specify it to start with a minimum of 0.01 lot. From what I understand they've incorporated 4 different strategies into this single EA which can individually be activated or deactivated by toggling true or false. Programmer recommends at least 3 of their strategies to be set true.

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    Cool. I'll probably get the demo then.

    I'm giving up on Euroblaster. I've had that come close to wiping one of my live accounts out, that I can't and won't be using any EA with such a huge TP/SL gap ever again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-Rio View Post
    Cool. I'll probably get the demo then.

    I'm giving up on Euroblaster. I've had that come close to wiping one of my live accounts out, that I can't and won't be using any EA with such a huge TP/SL gap ever again.

    Exactly, them high s/l EAs like Fap Turbo, Eblaster and so on may impress early on but it's just a matter play time with the odds before they blow up. If the first s/l did not wipe the account out the second will for sure.

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