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Offline FxMath

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FxMath Pip Generator System
« on: May 11, 2016, 07:06:44 PM »
Trend Strategy Based On Complicated Mathematical Formula
Learning Machine Algorithm
Sorted By Genetic Algorithm
Accurate Enter Point To Market
Smart Exit Methods According ATR TakeProfit & Fixed StopLoss
Working On Majors Pairs & Crosses
Not Sensitive To Market Conditions & News
Does Not Repaint

How is working FPG?
FPG is using complicated Mathematical Formula that generated from one Learning Machine Algorithm. After generated our 100 first models with Genetic Algorithm, select the best model with highest possible profit and lowest drawn down. Again optimize this model for our pairs to fins best settings for that. Our trading pairs are:
Enter Rules:
System finds strong trends by CCI, RSI and Momentum indicators in TimeFrame H1 and there is not any open trade, will put Buy/Sell order.
Exit Rules:
Hard TakeProfit that calculates by ATR indicator
Hard StopLoss with fixed value
Reverse Signal

What you will receive after purchase system:
Auto Installer for install package for you only by some simple clicks.
System manual include setting descriptions.
6 Indicators, 6 Expert Advisor(EA), 6 Templates (each pair has unique indicator, EA, template)

System Features:
EA helps you put order with one click and read signals automatically
Email Option
PopUp alert for EA and indicator
Money Management Function
TrailingStop Function
BreakEven Function
Automatic StopLoss & TakeProfit
Magic Number option
Information Panel On Chart

For more information, please visit below link:

FxMath Financial Solution(Smart Algorithmic Trading Solution)
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Offline dutchie

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Re: FxMath Pip Generator System
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2017, 06:52:36 PM »
Anybody using this system?
From 1000 to 5000 in 5 months is not bad...... in 2014.
No new facts since then
We should remember that the purpose in price analysis is not to accurately predict the future, but to improve our ability to forecast correctly more often than not.