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    Hi all,
    For FXDD(gmt - 2) what is the gmtshift, starthour, and endhour , in my backtest balance is always blow.

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    Hi Dutchess and Funyoo,
    I tried to backtest this EA (and others from the Elite forum), and I'm not able to get any of the results you guys obtain, although using the same EA and same .set files.

    I got my historical data from FXCM, would that be a reason for it ?
    So far, none of the EA I tried is actually performing as well as what I see in the threads.

    Thanks for any help,

    ----------------------- EDITING MY POST AND PARTIALLY ANSWERING MY OWN QUESTION (who knows, that may help someone later on) -----------
    Everything works well if backtested on Alpari UK datasets (downloaded after getting the demo account)

    How come is there so much difference in between historical datasets and their impact on EAs performances? Almost nothing is performing on FXCM ? Any ideas ?
    Last edited by XmPh; 04-21-2010 at 05:14. Reason: partial answer to my own question

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    FXCM has wider spreads than Alpari.

    I believe funyoo optimizes on Alpari UK. Could explain some of it. Or, you need to change your default spread on the EA to something over 10. I know it is wide, and risky to get in at later times, but it should help.
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    Hi,

    This EA is a risky code that cumulates orders and use martingale, it can call too many margin and destroy the account. It would be better to use a smaller lot size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post
    Hi,

    This EA is a risky code that cumulates orders and use martingale, it can call too many margin and destroy the account. It would be better to use a smaller lot size.


    i agree with you , i set mm true and risk =1, but it has akways a loosing trade that destroy the account sooner or later , i bt gu and uj , 2009 , on alpari 90% modelling quality , but i don't know how it can have no dd on my fxbook, i'll be glad to know what i am doing wrong.....

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    hi Funyoo , euroblaster 7 is your rsi ma expert..... i had a quick check,,,but it's pretty sure....again someone is selling what you develop....

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    Hi,

    its really a nice expert. Thx. I'm runing some backtest with gu and eu. Now its running at a small live account. For my opinion I would test it with an breakeven option, but there is nothing in the settings. Could someone add that breakeven, pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarrini65 View Post
    hi Funyoo , euroblaster 7 is your rsi ma expert..... i had a quick check,,,but it's pretty sure....again someone is selling what you develop....
    Hi tarrini65,

    I have checked the code and I don't see similarities with EuroBlaster.

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopy123 View Post
    Hi,

    its really a nice expert. Thx. I'm runing some backtest with gu and eu. Now its running at a small live account. For my opinion I would test it with an breakeven option, but there is nothing in the settings. Could someone add that breakeven, pls
    Hi snoopy123,

    Breakevengain and breakeven options added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post
    Hi tarrini65,

    I have checked the code and I don't see similarities with EuroBlaster.



    Hi snoopy123,

    Breakevengain and breakeven options added.
    Funyoo!
    Very impressive job !

    So I can start backtest running tonight.

    Thanks a lot

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    Hi Funyoo!
    I was surprised that the logic modified SL+TP in the same way.
    Maybe it make sense in the direction of the trade, but it looks not so good in the loss direction.
    I observed also modifikations of TP below the orderprice-level and after a reverse of the symbol I was stopped out by TP, but in the loss zone!!

    For my opinion the modify of TP should end at the orderprice-level, not below. Could you change the logic for that issue, pls?

    Thx

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