1. bt2,

I googled the author's name and could not find anything. I can't remember the site I downloaded it from. I even have the manual but the author didn't even leave contact info in the literature. It may not even be for sale for all I know.

One weird thing is the coder states that a safeguard is built into the code if anyone tries to crack it. It will only work on a live account to the person whom the code is registered to. If it is used on another account than the one registered, the martingale algo will kick in and wipe the account out in an hour.

IDK, but interesting EA nonetheless.

2. ## Heres what I have

So far this is an EA I have made doing great on live and backtest may not be as impressive as some other results here but pretty stable.

EURUSD (Euro vs. United States Dollar)
Period 5 Minutes (M5) 2009.01.02 08:00 - 2009.07.24 22:55 (2009.01.01 - 2009.07.25)
Initial deposit 2000.00
Total net profit 7128.09
Gross profit 22261.13 Gross loss -15133.04
Profit factor 1.47 Expected payoff 38.95
Absolute drawdown 234.90 Maximal drawdown 4750.18 (42.13%) Relative drawdown 42.13% (4750.18)
Short positions (won %) 93 (88.17%) Long positions (won %) 90 (92.22%)
Profit trades (% of total) 165 (90.16%) Loss trades (% of total) 18 (9.84%)
Maximum consecutive wins (profit in money) 29 (1622.29) consecutive losses (loss in money) 2 (-3046.58)
Maximal consecutive profit (count of wins) 4505.14 (25) consecutive loss (count of losses) -3046.58 (2)
Average consecutive wins 11 consecutive losses 1

btw this is 1 or 2 trades at a time max

These are your worse case scenarios, so the mathematical findings are;
90.16 x 134.92 = 12164.39 profit
9.84 x 1603.46 = 15778.05 loss
9.84 x 840.72 = 8272.68 average loss

So on average per 100 trades you will make 3891.71, your worse case scenario is a loss of 3614.
What does that mean? You system can profit at times but not all the time, however, your average loss is greater than your biggest loss so your system will profit in the long term by very little (i.e about 200).
Several factors to consider....
1) Sample is way to small to draw any precise conclusions.
2) Your losses outweigh your gains by at least 6:1 on average.

Hence your scalping system is much better than 95% seen out int the forum so far where they have a loss to gains ratio of 20:1 in some cases 50:1 etc

I hope this helped you lol

These are your worse case scenarios, so the mathematical findings are;
90.16 x 134.92 = 12164.39 profit
9.84 x 1603.46 = 15778.05 loss
9.84 x 840.72 = 8272.68 average loss

So on average per 100 trades you will make 3891.71, your worse case scenario is a loss of 3614.
What does that mean? You system can profit at times but not all the time, however, your average loss is greater than your biggest loss so your system will profit in the long term by very little (i.e about 200).
Several factors to consider....
1) Sample is way to small to draw any precise conclusions.
2) Your losses outweigh your gains by at least 6:1 on average.

Hence your scalping system is much better than 95% seen out int the forum so far where they have a loss to gains ratio of 20:1 in some cases 50:1 etc

I hope this helped you lol

This helps a lot, Thank you for your detailed math. I am trying to figure out a indicator that will have a common denominator or number when a stop out occurs there has to be a pattern somewhere that will help me tell when to trade and when not to, currently using a RSI and a trend detect based on 0 and -0 mapped out all stoplosses on a chart counting wins vs losses on say -0.0006 or 0.0001 etc and the numbers that have more looses and the RSI is between xxx or yyy then dont tradebut again this is hit or miss and I may not find the right combo in my lifetime, I going with the hit a series and run with the money factor. But you are right to get a 6:1 is getting really close to cracking the code. With the right indicator I hope I could find a pattern.
The stoploss on all trades are set at 100 and it does step up the lot size based on account size and wins, then steps back lots based on series of 1 or more losses, then follows a series of wins with 2 trades at a time instead of 1 I call this ride the wins surf wave and cut the looses short.

Now testing beginning of 2008 to today with my new mapped results and will re post the results, just takes a long time on the test.

5. ## Hi

I'm glad you find my conclusions worthwhile.
There is something you can do to improve the odds from a 6:1 loss ratio down but this is lengthy and requires much skill to code in order to improve your results.
There are many indicators that can be used but I have 3 which can be used, send me a private message and I will try to help improve your results, but show me the a page of trades that have the big drawdowns and the balance/equity graph. What's important about this graph is not whether you made millions but it points out critical information about your system that many don't look for in trying to improve a system.

Perhaps i'll show you one day a system designed and trades live with real money with a success rate of about 80% winning trades and with an average of about 2:1 loss to win ratio. You need your system close to this and better than 5:1 if you are to feel confident your system profit most times.
So yes you are close, let a larger sample decide to see if the system sustains the results.

Cheers

Cheers

6. ## Updated Test Results

Here is my version 4 changes to my robot and the results from it.

where can i get a copy of your ea? is it free or do you charge a fee for it?

8. Originally Posted by forex9
where can i get a copy of your ea? is it free or do you charge a fee for it?
Sent u pm with details.

9. ## not bad results ..

Originally Posted by niteuser
Sent u pm with details.
Good results niteuser did you test it over a long period of time with the stats on it?
I have an EA with live testing done for several weeks but I dont know how to attach a pic of the results.

By the way you didn't reply to my email.

Cheers

10. Originally Posted by forex9
where can i get a copy of your ea? is it free or do you charge a fee for it?
I'd be interested in this EA as well. Looks great so far. Thanks.

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