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Title: TulipFX is back!
Post by: aagarcia on January 01, 2017, 06:15:28 AM
Just FYI. The makers of Kangaroo EA have returned. The team has re-opened. I purchased Rocket. We'll see.....
http://tulipfx.com
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: IFFTrader on January 01, 2017, 03:02:51 PM
This EA looks promising. I'm sure the price will rocket once it shows some performance.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: aheart on January 02, 2017, 01:57:32 PM
Just FYI. The makers of Kangaroo EA have returned. The team has re-opened. I purchased Rocket. We'll see.....
http://tulipfx.com

I hope they have alternative payment system like PayPal etc,so far  there's no way buying your EA using G2A payment system . Cheers
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: ichfunktion on January 02, 2017, 03:47:30 PM
Just FYI. The makers of Kangaroo EA have returned. The team has re-opened. I purchased Rocket. We'll see.....
http://tulipfx.com

I hope they have alternative payment system like PayPal etc,so far  there's no way buying your EA using G2A payment system . Cheers

Why is G2A for you a no-go? (G2A offers to pay with Paypal, credit card, Skrill and many more)
It was the first time that I have seen G2A, but offering PayPal reduced the risk from my perspective (for the payment process itself - the vendor does not offer a refund therefore this is the only thing which I was looking for)
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: petermatt on January 02, 2017, 09:27:00 PM
No verified Myfxbook for any of the EAs and indeed the Myfxbook results they do show for their Alpha 'testing' systems which they claim a Real accounts are not verified (no Broker info) and their Open trades are hidden.
This Vendor has already burnt their old client base (Lifetime licence - my behind). $600 and no refund - nice one.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: reinerh on January 03, 2017, 12:55:22 AM
Just FYI. The makers of Kangaroo EA have returned. The team has re-opened. I purchased Rocket. We'll see.....
http://tulipfx.com

how many live demo accounts is one license good for ??
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: donnaforex on January 03, 2017, 02:36:00 PM
The owner of TulipFX is back on the forum to answer questions and comments.... welcome back Tulip.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: petersurrey on January 03, 2017, 08:33:59 PM
This and another heavily promoted marti system uses huge leverage ( 2+ lots per 1K or 200 x leverage)  ) to achieve the stellar results to date. Marti systems always come at a cost, and this one carries the risk that any increased volatility around the trading time could leave you seriously out of pocket. The other thing to note is that because so many trades are closed together ( 33 positions in one October trade)  any slippage will seriously impact results during low liquidity Asian sessions..
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 03, 2017, 09:20:27 PM
It's fun to run so far, (won't trade again until the 10th) but petersurrey is right. The risk settings should be extremely conservative, and profits should be withdrawn regularly. If you're trying to use it as an account doubler or something, I'd let it loose on expendable funds and try not to look at it for a while haha.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: TulipFX on January 03, 2017, 10:41:47 PM
Thank you aagarcia for starting this thread. Thank you Donna for welcoming. We will certainly keep an eye on the thread and pitch in when we feel it's useful or necessary.

We are happy to be back in retail FX. TulipFX is now owned by Carlington Corporation NV and managed by Alexander (Sander) and Tjalling. Within the team there currently is room for additional talented professionals who want to help grow our company.

Our efforts are focused on delivering trade systems which offer a good ratio between performance and risk, while we distinguish between high-risk and low-risk systems. In this way, we both serve the conservative and the more aggressive type traders. 

Our current offer consists of three systems with a few more in the pipeline. JuiceFX and Rocket are based on automated trading and Kingfisher delivers trade signals from a manual trader. You can find details regarding these systems on http://tulipfx.com. You are also able to download the white papers by subscribing to our newsletter. The white papers explain quite a bit about the trade logic, risk and expected performance.

The LAB section of our website is a showcase of products we work on and have all potential to become commercially available.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email support@tulipfx.com. We have employed a support ticket system which allows us to deliver high quality support.

Let me go over some posts from above.

@ aheart:
We chose G2A PAY as payment service provider since they value safety and security of the payment process. In fact, it's one of their unique selling points. In practice, however, we noticed several customers experienced problems and the level of support G2A PAY offered them appeared to be a bit disappointing and not up to our standards. Therefore, we are currently investigating and preparing to switch to another payment service provider.

@ ichfunction:
We do offer refunds. Our Refund Policy can be found here http://tulipfx.com/terms-conditions/
Our refund policy is based on the principle that a customer has performed research and understands how our systems will perform. For example, if one decides to buy JuiceFX, we assume he or she has read the white paper, reviewed the stats on Myfxbook, etc. In short, we assume every trader does his/her due diligence thoroughly. When a customer decides to buy JuiceFX, we offer a refund if the customer runs into unsolvable technical issues. We do not want to offer a refund because the customer has suddenly changed his/her mind or failed to do the proper research.

To go short, we target professional traders who do their research, commit and trade responsibly. Hopping from system to system is not going to deliver any profitability.

@ petermatt
All three systems we offer are displayed at MyFXBook as verified real money accounts. I am not sure why you state different.

If you want to see how our systems trade, just go to MyFXBook, select the Browser tab in the Trading window, select the correct currency pair and past trades will be plotted on the chart.

Alpha Strategies which is shown on MyFXBook is traded on demo accounts. We had the accounts verified today.

I have just added our real money live account for Alpha Strategies_1 to MyFXBook which has been traded since mid November.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/TulipFX

@reinerh
A license is valid for one demo account or one real account.


Best wishes to everybody for a happy, healthy and prosperous 2017

TulipFX team,
Tjalling & Alexander
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: reinerh on January 04, 2017, 03:40:28 PM
hi tulip,

any idea when will alpha will be released ??

thats an interesting strategy for sure looking at dd vs gains. seems to be a cross currency strategy of sorts. hi resource intensive to run is my best guess.

sure looking mighty good so far.

Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: TulipFX on January 04, 2017, 08:16:21 PM
Thanks, we are very happy with Alpha Strategies and all our tests show very stable and consistent gains with low draw down.

We hope to release soon, but no set date yet. Our to do list is long at the moment.

Best is to signup for our newsletter and you'll be the first to know when we have more details on Alpha Strategies, such as white papers, release dates etc.

Cheers,

Sander.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: petermatt on January 04, 2017, 09:11:45 PM

@ petermatt
All three systems we offer are displayed at MyFXBook as verified real money accounts. I am not sure why you state different.

Alpha Strategies which is shown on MyFXBook is traded on demo accounts. We had the accounts verified today.

I have just added our real money live account for Alpha Strategies_1 to MyFXBook which has been traded since mid November.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/TulipFX

TulipFX team,
Tjalling & Alexander

See attached
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: TulipFX on January 04, 2017, 10:08:00 PM
Indeed petermatt, I saw that today. It wasn't like that before and I have sent a message to Ethan from MyFXBook to ask for the reason and a solution. I think it will be back to normal soon.
Tjalling
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: nck on January 05, 2017, 11:16:48 PM
No verified Myfxbook for any of the EAs and indeed the Myfxbook results they do show for their Alpha 'testing' systems which they claim a Real accounts are not verified (no Broker info) and their Open trades are hidden.
This Vendor has already burnt their old client base (Lifetime licence - my behind). $600 and no refund - nice one.

agree ,stupid martingale again ,too many of those suckers
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: iliosellas on January 06, 2017, 12:14:32 AM
http://www.myfxbook.com/members/TulipFX/rocket-real-icm/1820739

Track Record Not Verified
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: TulipFX on January 06, 2017, 08:56:53 AM
The issue is resolved, the account is verified again.
Tjalling
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 07, 2017, 07:42:07 AM
Planning to use Rocket on $3000 account.

Will let you know how it goes.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 10, 2017, 09:42:55 AM
Up 4% on a $3000 account using the recommended risk and minimum recommended deposit in Day 1 of using Rocket EA.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: McBain2109 on January 10, 2017, 11:31:09 AM
Yes, the 1st Day was great. Interesting, I have other baskets than you. But also more profit.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 10, 2017, 12:31:39 PM
Maybe we are using a different settings.

What is your trading hours parameter? for me I am using the default. +00:30,-6:00
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: McBain2109 on January 10, 2017, 01:06:31 PM
Im using default settings. Trading Hours: +00:30,-6:00
Whats your EA Version 1.4?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 10, 2017, 01:07:04 PM
Yes 1.4.
Im using default settings. Trading Hours: +00:30,-6:00
Whats your EA Version 1.4?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: McBain2109 on January 10, 2017, 01:14:09 PM
I think the different results are from different price feeds (IC Markets vs. Pepperstone), the 5M Chart is very noisy.
Nevertheless, for me Rocket is an impressive EA, we will see how it goes in the next weeks.

Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: reinerh on January 10, 2017, 04:59:52 PM
i am curious, what is the recommended sl level in equity value with rocket ??

my guess dd 20 to 30 % or so.


Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 11, 2017, 06:31:31 AM
You can set your own stop loss as a percentage of your account equity in the inputs screen. It's a grid trading bot that will continue to open trades until the trade logic closes the basket in profit, or blows the account.

Really profitable EA, but you have to be very careful with it.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Trade It Easy on January 11, 2017, 07:59:10 AM
Alarm bells started ringing for me when I saw tulipfx hiding their open orders. What is there to hide from? It would be good to be more transparent. I also noticed that the post from peter surrey wasn't replied to or corrected. Is that because the system he is describing and scenario is true:

"This and another heavily promoted marti system uses huge leverage ( 2+ lots per 1K or 200 x leverage)  ) to achieve the stellar results to date. Marti systems always come at a cost, and this one carries the risk that any increased volatility around the trading time could leave you seriously out of pocket. The other thing to note is that because so many trades are closed together ( 33 positions in one October trade)  any slippage will seriously impact results during low liquidity Asian sessions.."

$600 does seem a bit steep for this kind of system.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 11, 2017, 08:26:29 AM
Alarm bells started ringing for me when I saw tulipfx hiding their open orders. What is there to hide from? It would be good to be more transparent. I also noticed that the post from peter surrey wasn't replied to or corrected. Is that because the system he is describing and scenario is true:

"This and another heavily promoted marti system uses huge leverage ( 2+ lots per 1K or 200 x leverage)  ) to achieve the stellar results to date. Marti systems always come at a cost, and this one carries the risk that any increased volatility around the trading time could leave you seriously out of pocket. The other thing to note is that because so many trades are closed together ( 33 positions in one October trade)  any slippage will seriously impact results during low liquidity Asian sessions.."

$600 does seem a bit steep for this kind of system.

Not a martingale system, but a grid trader with increasing lot sizes. High leverage is required to open multiple orders. The EA has no stop loss in its logic as it simply tries to play volatility and end with a basket of trades in overall profit. This will statistically blow an account at some point. Whether it's years away or tomorrow is anyone's guess. The vendor recommends running this EA on its own account from which a trader makes regular withdrawals implying that a trader should be prepared for a black swan, account blowing event.

Of course slippage could affect results on any broker. I'm not sure why people expect EAs to mirror results across customer and vendor accounts, as there are so many variables that affect entries and exits that this never ever happens. Even if you subscribe to a signal service, your results will be different than the signal supplier's results because of all those variables.

Tulip isn't the only vendor to hide open orders. Most vendors do this because they don't want people copying their trades. I don't think it's be realistic for people to actually try to do that, but I don't think this behaviour should set off alarm bells. It's ridiculously commonplace.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 11, 2017, 04:58:16 PM
$600?

I think I paid $1000 for Tulip's Kangaroo - that unfortunately was not money well spent as it did not work out and I lost money from my account as well as on the upfront cost.  Sounds like I can run it again if I would like to but the urge has not returned to do so!

This Rocket yoke does look like it opens multiple trades alright with some big baskets.

I'll keep an open mind and have a look at alaali and mcbain2009's results to see how they get on.  Fair play for stumping up the $600 if that's how much it costs.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 11, 2017, 05:07:17 PM
The plan is to withdraw the initial investment as soon as possible (3000+600) and then use the profit to run


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Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 11, 2017, 05:22:35 PM
The plan is to withdraw the initial investment as soon as possible (3000+600) and then use the profit to run
Good man.
Good plan.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: McBain2109 on January 12, 2017, 09:36:56 AM
Puh....That was close. But still in profit^^
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 12, 2017, 10:01:31 AM
I got a margin call but almost lost my account. Waited till it is almost break even and closed the trades manually.

I can see now that if I did not close the trades I will be in profit but better safe than sorry!

So $3000 was not enough!
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: reinerh on January 12, 2017, 12:49:17 PM
vendor has set his dd protection at 20% so it seems, they closed out as well.

new year sure of to a challenging start.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: bearnakedbull on January 12, 2017, 02:03:22 PM
Only two days of trading and it blew my account. I was thinking that I could add some more funds if needed but of course I was sleeping when the damage occurred.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 12, 2017, 05:42:38 PM
Well! That was a rough day!

About $4,000 lost on my account trading rocket. I had my starting lot set at 0.03 on a $16,500 balance. I closed everything out at $4,000 and change in drawdown, or 25%. Would have ended in profit if I'd let the trade run. That ate up a good little chunk of money though and the drawdown would have gotten even worse than 25%.

Grid traders carry this sort of risk. Heavy DD and blown accounts in markets without good pullbacks.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 12, 2017, 07:49:32 PM
Sorry it failed so quickly on two live account.  What now - try it again with higher funding / lower risk setting, or is there a refund option?

Is there a disclaimer in the blurb that came with it?:-

NB. Rockets can go down as well as up.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 12, 2017, 08:07:55 PM
Well it's a grid trader. If users don't understand that this is the type of risk a grid trading system carries and prepare for these significant losses, they just shouldn't be using it in the first place. I don't think a refund would be morally justified here, but to each their own I suppose.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: reinerh on January 12, 2017, 09:00:51 PM
canadian,

the starting lot size with grids is one of the most important aspects with a grid or marti, always stay as small as possible.

if not your dd grows exponentially and you run out of margin much much sooner.

even .01 is often times too big, but we cant go smaller unless its a nano account.

anybody trading this ea i definitely recommend starting as low lot size as possible.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 12, 2017, 10:23:48 PM
Reinerh, I agree with you for sure! I consider the setting I had on there to be very risky, so the capital loss doesn't surprise me at all.

Tulip advises 0.01 per $3,000 in capital if you're increasing starting lot sizes, but if I'd had that setting, my starting lot would have been 0.05 which would have been much worse. Using the equity protection in the EA is something I personally strongly reccomend, and 20% is a very reasonable level to put it at.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 12, 2017, 11:01:27 PM
So, if equity protection set to 20%, does this mean that should equity drop to 20% then all trades will be closed leaving you with 20% of your account (having lost the other 80%)?   Or, does it mean that once 20% open DD is reached that it closes all trades losing you 20% of your account and keeping the remaining 80%?

How did the vendor account fair during this crash landing?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Trade It Easy on January 12, 2017, 11:20:55 PM
Is this one of those told you so moments?  ;)

Only joking. I hope this bot does work out for you all or you make your money back and maybe stop trading it.

From a refund point of view they will only refund if there is a technical issue rather than buyers remorse.

It is a shame they don't have a trial option or a buy a 30 day licence.

Personally I wouldn't trade a basket style bot they don't stand the test of time.

Even Robominer considered a safe Grid trader (I know different) back in the day did not stand the test of time except for 1 account that managed to survive. I think it was a 100,000 account trading small lots.

How I use a robot is how much risk am I willing to take without checking my trading account for a month. If I feel I'd need to check or adjust then I lower the risk. I've done that with the robot I use.

I presume they lose 20% as the makers have it set to 20% max loss.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 12, 2017, 11:47:23 PM
So, if equity protection set to 20%, does this mean that should equity drop to 20% then all trades will be closed leaving you with 20% of your account (having lost the other 80%)?   Or, does it mean that once 20% open DD is reached that it closes all trades losing you 20% of your account and keeping the remaining 80%?

How did the vendor account fair during this crash landing?

The setting should close the basket of trades once you have an equity drawdown at the level specified. So if you have it set at 20%, trades will all close leaving you with 80% of your account preserved.

The vendor's account took a 20% hit last night.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Trade It Easy on January 13, 2017, 12:46:53 AM
I got a margin call but almost lost my account. Waited till it is almost break even and closed the trades manually.

I can see now that if I did not close the trades I will be in profit but better safe than sorry!

So $3000 was not enough!

I see you have withdrawn 2250 from the account. Why don't you withdraw it all or put more in to be safer?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 13, 2017, 07:08:17 AM
I got a margin call but almost lost my account. Waited till it is almost break even and closed the trades manually.

I can see now that if I did not close the trades I will be in profit but better safe than sorry!

So $3000 was not enough!

I see you have withdrawn 2250 from the account. Why don't you withdraw it all or put more in to be safer?

Will put another low risk EA on this account.


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Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Anchorpoint on January 13, 2017, 07:31:52 AM
It is a bit amazing to read all these reactions of disappointment when this EA is behaving precisely as expected. It is a high risk EA that will blow your account once in a while and therefore necessary to withdraw regularly. To really understand this should have been part of your due diligence once you decided to purchase and install this EA.

If you now pull out of using it you are living in a world of wishful thinking that the EA will not behave as described by the vendor rather than basing your trading decisions on logic and facts.

What did you really expect when you installed this EA on your account?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: CanadianPsycho on January 13, 2017, 07:57:13 AM
All these reactions of disappointment? Really?

We lost some money, and talked about it. Is losing money supposed to be a jubilant and joyous experience?

I don't think anyone blamed the EA or the vendor here. We were just reporting our experiences and talking about why what happened happened. If that surprises you, I'm not sure what to tell you. I mean, if we were bitching about it, and saying that this EA is trash and going rabble rabble rabble, I could understand your surprise, but you seem to be surprised by some basic observation and discussion.

What happens when someone flips a coin in front of you. Comes up heads, and you just flip out?  ;D ::)
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 13, 2017, 11:48:33 AM
Even Robominer considered a safe Grid trader (I know different) back in the day did not stand the test of time except for 1 account that managed to survive. I think it was a 100,000 account trading small lots.

Don't remind me - I got burned by that one as well!  Then alog came Pipstrider from the same stable.  Jeez, I must have tried them all hence my reluctance to buy anyting from the new crop (though have succumbed to FourLeafClover & EZEFX). Please let them be gooduns!

Back to Rocket - it may well make back the lost 20% very quickly, but the problem will be if there are a couple of losers close together - a bit like Kangaroo and many others; i.e. you are left with a lot less money than you started with and no easy way back.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on January 13, 2017, 11:54:44 AM
What did you really expect when you installed this EA on your account?
Holy Grail?

That's what I expect everytime I buy new EA and fire it up with renewed high hopes.  Trouble is, I've bought so much crap in the past that my crap filter is now a little bit more atuned than it used to be.  When I read back through the FapTurbo, Tulip, Megadriod marketing bilge it made me feel a bit quesy thinking about how much money they have lost me in the past.

I won't be buying Rocket.  Nor will I be resurecting Kangaroo.

Before anyone else buys Rocket I suggest you monitor what is going on here as it seems you can't get a refund.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Trade It Easy on January 13, 2017, 10:49:50 PM
I got a margin call but almost lost my account. Waited till it is almost break even and closed the trades manually.

I can see now that if I did not close the trades I will be in profit but better safe than sorry!

So $3000 was not enough!

I see you have withdrawn 2250 from the account. Why don't you withdraw it all or put more in to be safer?

Will put another low risk EA on this account.


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Just watch out combining bots especially if trading under recommended risk settings. I understand your rationing though. It is worrying when a lot of people almost got a margin call. Try sticking to the vendors settings or not at all imo.

I have wiped the dust off good old Megadroid recently. Been almost 6 months now and only been profitable. However it has not hit one of it's big stops yet.

Get on the Megadroid thread if you want to join in or follow my results. I have started a new sub-account today and moved all of my money to it and verified everything. Before recent times my account went from 300 to 522 which is decent.

One thing to consider aali is if you are unhappy leaving TulipFX or any EA to trade on it's own and feel you need to constantly check it or interfer then just stop. Despite the cost of the robot it's never too late to move on. I've kept lowering my risk on Megadroid when I increased my account size realising my risk tolerance wasn't as high as I thought.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: alaali on January 14, 2017, 05:22:40 AM
Thanks for the advise.

For Rocket I was planning to let it alone but I got an email that I reached a margin call and I checked at that time.


I thought $3000 was enough, but I think to trade Rocket I will need more than that, So I prefer to use that amount with a low risk EA which will help me to increase that amount little by little.

I am using ezefx EAs and most of them are working without any issue.

I tried MD before 5 years or so but I lost interest at that time, maybe need to look back at it again.

Thanks again.


I got a margin call but almost lost my account. Waited till it is almost break even and closed the trades manually.

I can see now that if I did not close the trades I will be in profit but better safe than sorry!

So $3000 was not enough!

I see you have withdrawn 2250 from the account. Why don't you withdraw it all or put more in to be safer?

Will put another low risk EA on this account.


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Just watch out combining bots especially if trading under recommended risk settings. I understand your rationing though. It is worrying when a lot of people almost got a margin call. Try sticking to the vendors settings or not at all imo.

I have wiped the dust off good old Megadroid recently. Been almost 6 months now and only been profitable. However it has not hit one of it's big stops yet.

Get on the Megadroid thread if you want to join in or follow my results. I have started a new sub-account today and moved all of my money to it and verified everything. Before recent times my account went from 300 to 522 which is decent.

One thing to consider aali is if you are unhappy leaving TulipFX or any EA to trade on it's own and feel you need to constantly check it or interfer then just stop. Despite the cost of the robot it's never too late to move on. I've kept lowering my risk on Megadroid when I increased my account size realising my risk tolerance wasn't as high as I thought.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: IFFTrader on January 15, 2017, 07:44:23 AM
It seems Rocket inherit the same concept of Kangaroo. It profits little and hoping the basket of trades won't hit SL. Reminds me of Kangaroo, if SL more than twice a year it will be breakeven or some loss.

The emotion to trade such strategy if u don't prepare yourself is disaster. Many people abandon Kangaroo because of that but in some years where no SL or just one SL it is profitable.

Prepare yourself for long term recovery. If SL hits back to back it is really hard test of on mental.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: doyathink on January 15, 2017, 08:55:09 PM
so are we able to restart Kangaroo if we have it?
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: IFFTrader on January 16, 2017, 03:48:59 AM
so are we able to restart Kangaroo if we have it?

No, Kangaroo is not supported in newer MT4. Some third party did wrote a bypass which has subscription charges. Tulipfx did indicate in their email that they will refresh Kangaroo for free. It is unlikely I will trade it anyway.
Title: Re: TulipFX is back!
Post by: Phebas on January 17, 2017, 09:50:50 PM
But read the small print. No 'free trial' for Rocket, you cannot get you money, back although it takes some delving to discover this.