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    We have two ribbons, one formed with ma1 and ma2 and a second with ma2 and ma3. If ma1 is over/under ma2 and ma2 is over/under ma3 and abs(ma1-ma2) is smaller than abs(ma2-ma3)/factor, then we go long/short.

    EU H1. 2010.

    Total net profit : 909.49%
    RDD : 29.12%
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    Funyoo, it is an impressive test, was it made with Dukascopy data?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roodstaart View Post
    Funyoo, it is an impressive test, was it made with Dukascopy data?
    Hi roodstaart,

    Yes the backtesting is done with dukascopy data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roodstaart View Post
    Funyoo, it is an impressive test, was it made with Dukascopy data?
    Remember that this year has seen dramatic falls and strong trends in the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luther_Blissett View Post
    Remember that this year has seen dramatic falls and strong trends in the market.
    True, but that will be only more in the future.

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    Would it nice to see the same 99% criteria backtest for a long period.

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