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    The expert advisor based on the i-CAi indicator.

    EU H1. Period = 70.

    Total net profit : 29.33%
    RDD : 6.11%
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    EU H1. MM 4.4. SL=190; TP=270.

    Total net profit : 473.43%
    RDD : 29.76%
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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post
    EU H1. MM 4.4. SL=190; TP=270.

    Total net profit : 473.43%
    RDD : 29.76%

    Thanks Funyoo. This EA is what i have been waiting for. Could you integrate the EA with Belkhayate EA modified by Yast77. I normally use price level above i-CAi 10 for early alert & I-CAi 20 as confirmation for entry at TF 60min.
    Last edited by dazrul; 11-10-2008 at 12:24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post


    The expert advisor based on the i-CAi indicator.

    EU H1. Period = 70.

    Total net profit : 29.33%
    RDD : 6.11%

    i realy like this site and this approach. The only thing that puzzles me is the model quality. Almost every backtest on this forum has got a mod. quality of 64%. Why not 90%. For sure a lot of results will be different and 90% is closer to real trading than 64%, is it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roodstaart View Post
    i realy like this site and this approach. The only thing that puzzles me is the model quality. Almost every backtest on this forum has got a mod. quality of 64%. Why not 90%. For sure a lot of results will be different and 90% is closer to real trading than 64%, is it not?
    Hi Roodstaart,

    Please see my previous results on manual trading using demo a/c.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazrul View Post
    Thanks Funyoo. This EA is what i have been waiting for. Could you integrate the EA with Belkhayate EA modified by Yast77. I normally use price level above i-CAi 10 for early alert & I-CAi 20 as confirmation for entry at TF 60min.
    See here : http://www.tradingsystemforex.com/714-post15.html It should work.

    Quote Originally Posted by roodstaart View Post
    i realy like this site and this approach. The only thing that puzzles me is the model quality. Almost every backtest on this forum has got a mod. quality of 64%. Why not 90%. For sure a lot of results will be different and 90% is closer to real trading than 64%, is it not?
    That's true, I wanted tick data from a real broker, there were those of Alpari UK, but there is a problem with the spreads that are set to 0. So I have taken those of my current broker. Most of the time there is not a lot of difference, at least on H1, H4, D1.

    Few days ago, I have finally decided to choose the MetaQuotes tick data to reach 90%, it will certainly be better than the "64%" modelling quality even if it's not coming from a broker.

    I will not update the statements, it would take me too many time.

    If there is big difference between the backtesting and the real theorical results, then the demo tests will show that and we will deteriorate the place of the EA in the top with the last statement ratios.

    Obviously, past performance is not a guarantee for future results. So everything is relative.

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    Funyoo,

    Any other setup that I must do, before EA can trade? Refer pic. Already insert the i-CAi indicator into indicator folder & done modification but EA still not working.
    Last edited by dazrul; 11-10-2008 at 15:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazrul View Post


    Funyoo,

    Any other setup that I must do, before EA can trade? Already insert the i-CAi indicator into indicator folder & done modification but EA still not working.
    There is maybe a conflict, I don't see where. You will have to ask to yast77 when he will be back from his exam as we have not the same way to code.

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    Even the original i-CAi EA also did not trade. Whether the EA cannot work with other EAs that I am currently run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazrul View Post
    Even the original i-CAi EA also did not trade. Whether the EA cannot work with other EAs that I am currently run?
    I have no problem with it.

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