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Title: EVOnight EA
Post by: dasher1980 on March 30, 2018, 10:01:25 AM
Anyone owns this? Pip expectency looks not bad vs BS. Let me know what you think.
Its not cheap and again one of those hyped on MQL for as long the performance is ok, i.e. price goes up every day as long as there are pips, but anyone having luck this?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: bearnakedbull on March 30, 2018, 03:22:58 PM
I do. I have used it since January and I have not made money at it. The owner's account has such a low balance that it performs great. I had a 40 pip loss on euraud just this past week and the vendor lost only 20 pips. I find this difference very frustrating. I have the same broker but am getting nowhere near the same results with a much larger balance. Also, I am not trading all of the pairs that the vendor does because I believe they are riskier during the Asian trading hours; such as the euraud that can get hit with Aussie news. I can't recommend it at this point anyways.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: JonasBlixx on March 30, 2018, 03:40:33 PM
I have it.
Run it 5 lots. No prbs.
Do better than vendor.
I posted already in best scslper thread.
Bearbull must have setup wrong. I get exactly same trades.
Its very good.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dasher1980 on March 30, 2018, 05:14:49 PM
Quote
I have it.
Run it 5 lots. No prbs.
Do better than vendor.
I posted already in best scslper thread.
Bearbull must have setup wrong. I get exactly same trades.
Its very good.

Thanks a lot, any myfxbook which you can share?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: JonasBlixx on March 30, 2018, 05:28:43 PM
Its on best scalper thread.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 30, 2018, 09:52:00 PM
Hi, my name is Ivan and I am author of EvoNight EA  ;)

Now is a discounted price (soon it will be increased) - $399, regular price - $499.

Here are MyFxBook. I recommend to use low spread ECN brokers. I am using IC Markets. Also I can recommend Pepperstone and Tickmill.

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2252381/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea/2252381)

Here are results of EvoNight EA with another one my scalper - Macmy EA:

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2422465/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465)

Better to use them together ;)

I recommend to you to sign up to my Info / Support Telegram channel to get more info:

https://t.me/ipfsystems
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 12:21:34 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 12:38:12 AM
I do. I have used it since January and I have not made money at it. The owner's account has such a low balance that it performs great. I had a 40 pip loss on euraud just this past week and the vendor lost only 20 pips. I find this difference very frustrating. I have the same broker but am getting nowhere near the same results with a much larger balance. Also, I am not trading all of the pairs that the vendor does because I believe they are riskier during the Asian trading hours; such as the euraud that can get hit with Aussie news. I can't recommend it at this point anyways.

Could you, please, post a MyFXBook link with your results? Since the vendor has joined this discussion, he might be able to help you.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 01:13:11 AM
I do. I have used it since January and I have not made money at it. The owner's account has such a low balance that it performs great. I had a 40 pip loss on euraud just this past week and the vendor lost only 20 pips.

Yes, because you are ignoring Virtual Stop Loss function, which have protected me and other users from Unmarket Spread during rollover.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 01:14:01 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 01:16:29 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.

Thanks. Why do you trade such a tiny amount yourself?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 01:23:18 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.

Thanks. Why do you trade such a tiny amount yourself?

It's just a monitoring. At another one (EvoNightEA) monitoring I am trading biggest lotsize. There are no sense at big accounts - 0.01 or 0.15 or 0.25 lots - results are similar.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 01:46:06 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.

Thanks. Why do you trade such a tiny amount yourself?

It's just a monitoring. At another one (EvoNightEA) monitoring I am trading biggest lotsize. There are no sense at big accounts - 0.01 or 0.15 or 0.25 lots - results are similar.

In my experience, bigger lot sizes tend to get more slippage - but definitely not in the range you mentioned. What maximal percentage risk per one trade do you recommend and what lot size does it correspond to on a 1K account?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 01:52:31 AM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.

Thanks. Why do you trade such a tiny amount yourself?

It's just a monitoring. At another one (EvoNightEA) monitoring I am trading biggest lotsize. There are no sense at big accounts - 0.01 or 0.15 or 0.25 lots - results are similar.

In my experience, bigger lot sizes tend to get more slippage - but definitely not in the range you mentioned. What maximal percentage risk per one trade do you recommend and what lot size does it correspond to on a 1K account?

Yes, if you have real market execution,  but 99% brokers have B-Book. I have seen users, which are using EvoNight at IC Markets and Tickmill with the lotsize over 1.0

For 1k$ I can recommend you to use Percent of Balance 20 (it's 0.2 lot per trade).
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: taipan888 on March 31, 2018, 09:29:24 AM
Hi Ivan,

I purchased your EVOnight EA yesterday evening, but I have problem to install it on my VPS. If I click "Installlieren auf dem Terminal", it shows endless "Waiting for mql5.com", see attached screen shot. I have otherwise no problem to access MQL5. On my PC the following installation page did appear. Can you send me the EA file directly? If needed, I can send you a Paypal invoice copy to prove my payment. Moreover, I would like to know if it is possible to install it both on my PC for backtest and on my VPS for real/demo trade?

Best Regards
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 11:50:16 AM
Hi Ivan,

I purchased your EVOnight EA yesterday evening, but I have problem to install it on my VPS. If I click "Installlieren auf dem Terminal", it shows endless "Waiting for mql5.com", see attached screen shot. I have otherwise no problem to access MQL5. On my PC the following installation page did appear. Can you send me the EA file directly? If needed, I can send you a Paypal invoice copy to prove my payment. Moreover, I would like to know if it is possible to install it both on my PC for backtest and on my VPS for real/demo trade?

Best Regards

Hi, I cannor send you EA directly.

You have to login into the MQL5 Community inside your terminal, open tag Market and find EvoNight. And install EA from your terminal.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: taipan888 on March 31, 2018, 12:49:38 PM
Dear Ivan,

as you can see in my screen shot, I have done this, but it doesn´t open the installation page. Can you please tell me if I can install it both on a demo account on my PC for backtest, and on a live account on my VPS?

Best Regards
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 12:56:38 PM
Dear Ivan,

as you can see in my screen shot, I have done this, but it doesn´t open the installation page. Can you please tell me if I can install it both on a demo account on my PC for backtest, and on a live account on my VPS?

Best Regards

Yes, you can install at your home PC and VPS. Totally you have 10 activations. But for home PC better to get Demo - not activate it.

Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: bearnakedbull on March 31, 2018, 03:38:57 PM
Hi Ivan. The brokers you mentioned are available only to non-US traders. Will your scalpers work well with FXChoice Pro (ECN) accounts?

I think it will work, but I cannot guarantee you results as good, as mine.

Thanks. Why do you trade such a tiny amount yourself?

It's just a monitoring. At another one (EvoNightEA) monitoring I am trading biggest lotsize. There are no sense at big accounts - 0.01 or 0.15 or 0.25 lots - results are similar.
Results are not similar for me at same broker on VPS but with much larger amounts. As I already mentioned above a huge different in a recent euraud loss was sobering evidence of that. My loss was 40 pips and yours just 20. Back on January 24th I lost 40 pips on gbpaud and the vendor didn't even get that trade so I turned that pair off. Again, I am on the same broker with VPS. My concern is that the tiny account is trading as nicely as a demo account would trade but as it grows perhaps it will be a little more representative of what forum members might expect. But really, who would even bother to purchase an EA for $400 to trade on a sub $100 account?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dasher1980 on March 31, 2018, 04:13:27 PM
You are absolutely right, if you as a developer have no conviction in the EA, and the maximum balance you trust the EA is 100usd....

MQL is a popular website, with some good EAs, but also lots of crap. The ones with the most comments (from the developers themselves) are the worst. So assuming he sold a couple of hundred copies of the EA, why not put the money of 3 copies in his own account. So you get he average balance of the client. Ie >1000 usd. Surely no client buys an ea for 400usd to run it with 100usd...
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 05:45:21 PM
You have understand, that live signals only for monitoring trades - not more. At the same broker, server and similar balance, trading results can be different.

I have showed another one my monitoring with the biggest lotsize and balance:

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465

bearnakedbull, you are writing here about your big losses here and at MQL5, but any proof... Just a words.

If you are not using Virtual Stop Loss (I have added it one month ago), you can had loss at EURAUD last week. At rollover spread can be 10-20-40 pips for some ticks. I have specially added Virtual Stop Loss to protect users, but you don't use it. Is it my problem or problem of EA? No, you have switched off standart function.

Yu said about GBPAUD. Jsu a one question: Is it possible to trading without losses at Forex? No. All my trades at Myfxbook. I don't hide anything. There are a lot of users, which show their trades and monitorings and there are no any problems:

https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/388866 - This user using EVO and had loss at EURAUD too, but not a full, because he follow my recommendations and use Virtual Stop Loss.


 
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 05:59:18 PM
Just take it as an EA you wouldn't risk more than $500 with - just like the vendor does.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 06:24:37 PM
Just take it as an EA you wouldn't risk more than $500 with - just like the vendor does.

This is just my public monitorings. Really, a size of account isn't important. More important lotsize. You can use 0.5 lot for $500 or you can use 0.05 per $500.

You have to understand: there are no sense at account size for monitoring. For systems which need more money, I have opened a biggest accounts (for Apogeum 2 accounts x 1500). It's just for monitoring.

We are using B-Book brokers and results for 0.01 and 1 lot will be similar.

There are no sense for me to open big accounts just for monitoring... For me, as for developer, most important to check stability of a system. Users can use different risks and they are using some EA's at account.

I have own accomunts with the another systems and there are another lotsize and risks...
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 06:31:28 PM
Just take it as an EA you wouldn't risk more than $500 with - just like the vendor does.

This is just my public monitorings. Really, a size of account isn't important. More important lotsize. You can use 0.5 lot for $500 or you can use 0.05 per $500

Of course - there shouldn't be execution issues if you trade a small lot size on a large account. Yet then it would make more sense to trade that same lot size on a smaller account not to risk any unused capital to a "black swan" event. As this EA trades illiquid exotics during the Asian hours, I wouldn't risk more than $500 with it either, just like the vendor.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 06:49:26 PM
Just take it as an EA you wouldn't risk more than $500 with - just like the vendor does.

This is just my public monitorings. Really, a size of account isn't important. More important lotsize. You can use 0.5 lot for $500 or you can use 0.05 per $500

Of course - there shouldn't be execution issues if you trade a small lot size on a large account. Yet then it would make more sense to trade that same lot size on a smaller account not to risk any unused capital to a "black swan" event. As this EA trades illiquid exotics during the Asian hours, I wouldn't risk more than $500 with it either, just like the vendor.

Yes, I have recommended to separate a big accounts to few small (for example 4 accounts by $500) with the big lotsize (for example 0.5 lot). You will not have a risk of a "black swan" and big sllipage.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dasher1980 on March 31, 2018, 08:10:25 PM
So Ivanvp, you would consider anything above $500 already a big account? i.e. the EA might struggle with a account of a couple of thousand dollar?
I still don't seem to get it, i.e. who are these people who buy your EA for $500 and trade it wiht an account of $60, it will take many many years to recoup the initial investment.

The other account with the "biggest lotsize and biggest balance",  you funded it with $360 instead of $60. Thats not even 1 sale of the EA. Does it mean that really nobody buys these EA's or you think its way to risky to fund the account from the sales of a couple of EA. So far clearly it looks like you dont really make any money on the trading of the EA, but purely on the sales via MQL no?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 09:38:21 PM
So Ivanvp, you would consider anything above $500 already a big account? i.e. the EA might struggle with a account of a couple of thousand dollar?
I still don't seem to get it, i.e. who are these people who buy your EA for $500 and trade it wiht an account of $60, it will take many many years to recoup the initial investment.

The other account with the "biggest lotsize and biggest balance",  you funded it with $360 instead of $60. Thats not even 1 sale of the EA. Does it mean that really nobody buys these EA's or you think its way to risky to fund the account from the sales of a couple of EA. So far clearly it looks like you dont really make any money on the trading of the EA, but purely on the sales via MQL no?

You haven't understand anything what I and pipsbuster said. About $500 for account not only for my EA - for all scalpers.

You can you a 5 000, 10 000 or biggest accounts without problems... until "black swan" as were at CHF and at GBP... Brokers give you a big leverage, so you can use not all money for trading - just a part with the biggest risks.

As I see, users are using 500 - 1 000 USD per 0.5 - 1 lot and they have a over 100% per month only with the EvoNight.

Quote
The other account with the "biggest lotsize and biggest balance",  you funded it with $360 instead of $60. Thats not even 1 sale of the EA. Does it mean that really nobody buys these EA's or you think its way to risky to fund the account from the sales of a couple of EA. So far clearly it looks like you dont really make any money on the trading of the EA, but purely on the sales via MQL no?

Size of account don't have any metter - main a risks and profit. This accounts just a monitoring. Not more. To check the trades, stability and profit of systems and compare with your results. I have another accounts, my own, where a lot of systems are working (not only my) and there are no any sense to show them.

And for me there are no any sense to open 5 000 or 10 000 accounts for monitoring, because money will be blocked there for a long time.


I will not answer more about account size and lotsize at monitoring, because this discuss don't have any sense. I have opened 2 accounts (each $1500) for Apogeum Price Action and Apogeum Conservative, because they need biggest balance for monitoring!
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: pipsbuster on March 31, 2018, 10:14:11 PM
If one considers trading larger amounts with scalping strategies, only EURUSD and GBPUSD are relatively safe in the long run, as the competing Best Scalper EA has demonstrated whose vendor blew accounts where he also traded other pairs. EVONight's trading is limited to exotics that often suffer from low liquidity (and thus, big slippage and spread increases) during the Asian session which it trades. The vendor aims at a lasting track record to ensure continuous sales, so it's prudent of him to trade small amounts only. Small account balance is really a matter of the strategy's limitations rather than the vendor's choice - if this strategy was safe to trade larger amounts, the vendor sure would.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on March 31, 2018, 10:22:06 PM
If one considers trading larger amounts with scalping strategies, only EURUSD and GBPUSD are relatively safe in the long run, as the competing Best Scalper EA has demonstrated whose vendor blew accounts where he also traded other pairs. EVONight's trading is limited to exotics that often suffer from low liquidity (and thus, big slippage and spread increases) during the Asian session which it trades. The vendor aims at a lasting track record to ensure continuous sales, so it's prudent of him to trade small amounts only. Small account balance is really a matter of the strategy's limitations rather than the vendor's choice - if this strategy was safe to trade larger amounts, the vendor sure would.

I recommend to use 0.25 - 0.5 lot per account. With this lotsize you will not have troubles. If you want to use biggest lotsize, better to separate accounts. And have 2 or more accounts with the 0.25 - 0.5 lot. Some users are using system with the biggest lotsize, but I am sure they are at B-Book. So, if you will use ANY SCALPING SYSTEM with the big lotsize and have a stable profit, broker will move you to A-Book and you will have biggest slippage.

I have 95% similar results for system with the lotsize less 0.5 at different accounts.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: bearnakedbull on April 01, 2018, 12:50:22 AM
Most of us are trying different EA's because we would like to earn some extra money. It is not just an academic study. I find it odd that the vendor is running live accounts for "monitoring only and nothing more". What the hell is the point of that? If I developed and EA that worked and that I believed in, then first I would consider very seriously if I wanted to share it publicly because I would be mostly interested in trading it myself for profit. Now assuming that my personal funds were a little short then I would sell some copies and get started trading for profit. Either way I would see no purpose in trading a $20 dollar live account not even to promote more sales. The point is lost on me.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: HFT Group on April 01, 2018, 01:23:06 AM
I think the vendor should approach Donna and be introduced in the appropriate way. What has happened to forum rules in this thread?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: CanadianPsycho on April 01, 2018, 01:56:53 AM
I didn't think it was a major infraction personally because the thread wasn't started by the apparent vendor, but I think you have a point Jon. I'll lock this up for now and ask Donna to take a look and make a judgement call.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: donnaforex on April 01, 2018, 08:32:58 PM
The reason i have the introduction rules is to prevent new topics along the lines of "look at me i have a great product, here's lots of marketing and flashy images of hot girls holding bars of gold to prove it". Also i like to explain that they shouldn't be posting promotions, and the kind of things they should be posting (answers to questions and comments from our members, and general info about the product, some pointers about the best way to handle any negative points, etc) and the fact that we don't remove negative comments on demand.

EVOnight seller: welcome to the forum, please go ahead and post but bear in mind the above, and drop me a message if you need help with anything.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on April 01, 2018, 09:03:03 PM
The reason i have the introduction rules is to prevent new topics along the lines of "look at me i have a great product, here's lots of marketing and flashy images of hot girls holding bars of gold to prove it". Also i like to explain that they shouldn't be posting promotions, and the kind of things they should be posting (answers to questions and comments from our members, and general info about the product, some pointers about the best way to handle any negative points, etc) and the fact that we don't remove negative comments on demand.

EVOnight seller: welcome to the forum, please go ahead and post but bear in mind the above, and drop me a message if you need help with anything.

Hi, thank you. I haven't posted any marketing here =)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: HFT Group on April 01, 2018, 11:22:41 PM
Hi, my name is Ivan and I am author of EvoNight EA  ;)

Now is a discounted price (soon it will be increased) - $399, regular price - $499.

Here are MyFxBook. I recommend to use low spread ECN brokers. I am using IC Markets. Also I can recommend Pepperstone and Tickmill.

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2252381/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea/2252381)

Here are results of EvoNight EA with another one my scalper - Macmy EA:

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2422465/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465)

Better to use them together ;)

I recommend to you to sign up to my Info / Support Telegram channel to get more info:

https://t.me/ipfsystems
quote author=ivanvp link=topic=20001.msg375551#msg375551 date=1522612983]
The reason i have the introduction rules is to prevent new topics along the lines of "look at me i have a great product, here's lots of marketing and flashy images of hot girls holding bars of gold to prove it". Also i like to explain that they shouldn't be posting promotions, and the kind of things they should be posting (answers to questions and comments from our members, and general info about the product, some pointers about the best way to handle any negative points, etc) and the fact that we don't remove negative comments on demand.

EVOnight seller: welcome to the forum, please go ahead and post but bear in mind the above, and drop me a message if you need help with anything.

Hi, thank you. I haven't posted any marketing here =)
[/quote]

If this isn't marketing I would like to know what to call it.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: CanadianPsycho on April 01, 2018, 11:39:20 PM
I think this case has been dealt with now. Let's return to discussing the subject of the thread. :)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: atomico on April 12, 2018, 11:05:18 AM
to Ivan,

the EA setting found on mql5 are optimized for the last 1, 2, or 3 years?

the expert is auto adaptive to the market condition?

not sure to understand, you have another account running the EA with high risk? how much money manage the bot and what are the risk/lotsize used?

the bot use NEWS filter, right?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on April 20, 2018, 12:29:40 PM
to Ivan,

the EA setting found on mql5 are optimized for the last 1, 2, or 3 years?

the expert is auto adaptive to the market condition?

not sure to understand, you have another account running the EA with high risk? how much money manage the bot and what are the risk/lotsize used?

the bot use NEWS filter, right?

Hi, system isn't optimized - it's auto adaptive and use same trading conditions for all pairs! EvoNightEA isn't overfitting for some pair and period!

I have a some accounts for system monitoring. At High Risk account I am using Money Management Percent of Balance - 50!

At another one accounts I am using Moderate risks - Percent of Balance 20-25% and only at RannForex - Low Risk: Percent of Balance 10%.

I have a good results with the Darwinex, so from the Monday I will increase a Risks to Percent of Balance - 20% :

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2483970/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-darwinex/2483970)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 11, 2018, 02:56:19 PM
Dear friends,

I have added 3 new currency pairs for main monitoring: EURCAD, EURCHF and EURGBP.

Download a new presets at addons.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dideco on May 11, 2018, 10:30:52 PM
GMT parameter:
VPS time (e.g. 6pm) is -3hours (it should be in new york)  compared to broker server time (IC market, market watch time of MT4, e.g. 9pm). At the moment the parameter is set as 2. But it closed all positions (in red) at 3 o'clock. Which parameter value should I set?

Which are the robot trading hours?

Thanks.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 11, 2018, 11:21:50 PM
GMT parameter:
VPS time (e.g. 6pm) is -3hours (it should be in new york)  compared to broker server time (IC market, market watch time of MT4, e.g. 9pm). At the moment the parameter is set as 2. But it closed all positions (in red) at 3 o'clock. Which parameter value should I set?

Which are the robot trading hours?

Thanks.

It's error of MT4 - it get local time for some functions. Change VPS timezone to UTC+2 (timezone of IC Markets, Pepperstone, etc).
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dideco on May 14, 2018, 07:39:01 AM
tonight EVOnight didn't close the position when it was in profit and close it at 2:00 (at 3:00 actually but this should be a bug of EA , solvable by changing VPS time zone) in red.
Why? Maybe because the spread was so high that ask price was above the entry price (so in red).

I attach the graph.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 17, 2018, 12:39:36 PM
tonight EVOnight didn't close the position when it was in profit and close it at 2:00 (at 3:00 actually but this should be a bug of EA , solvable by changing VPS time zone) in red.
Why? Maybe because the spread was so high that ask price was above the entry price (so in red).

I attach the graph.

Hi, it's  a bug of MT4 terminal =( Change VPS timezone to broker TimeZone (for example, for ICM - UTC+2).
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: dideco on May 18, 2018, 09:07:48 PM
Are there any reasons for the consecutive stop losses of this week?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 25, 2018, 06:20:58 PM
Are there any reasons for the consecutive stop losses of this week?

Hi, 2 last weeks were bad for midnight scalping - we had a power trends during the rollover. There weren't whool Stop Losses - HardExit filter have saved us, but we had some big losses. We had a very big series without any losses, so a Drawdown is absolutelly normally. Size of Drawdown nearly average monthly profit, so there are no reasons to panic :)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: Jax on May 25, 2018, 08:38:04 PM
Are there any reasons for the consecutive stop losses of this week?

Hi, 2 last weeks were bad for midnight scalping - we had a power trends during the rollover. There weren't whool Stop Losses - HardExit filter have saved us, but we had some big losses. We had a very big series without any losses, so a Drawdown is absolutelly normally. Size of Drawdown nearly average monthly profit, so there are no reasons to panic :)

Hello, do you think this bad period for midnight scalping will end soon or will we have to wait until the end of next month?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 28, 2018, 11:30:48 AM
Are there any reasons for the consecutive stop losses of this week?

Hi, 2 last weeks were bad for midnight scalping - we had a power trends during the rollover. There weren't whool Stop Losses - HardExit filter have saved us, but we had some big losses. We had a very big series without any losses, so a Drawdown is absolutelly normally. Size of Drawdown nearly average monthly profit, so there are no reasons to panic :)

Hello, do you think this bad period for midnight scalping will end soon or will we have to wait until the end of next month?

Night scalping is working a lot off years. We had periods of stagnation and drawdown, but I sure we will get a profit at future.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: taipan888 on May 29, 2018, 02:51:31 PM
Are there any reasons for the consecutive stop losses of this week?

Hi, 2 last weeks were bad for midnight scalping - we had a power trends during the rollover. There weren't whool Stop Losses - HardExit filter have saved us, but we had some big losses. We had a very big series without any losses, so a Drawdown is absolutelly normally. Size of Drawdown nearly average monthly profit, so there are no reasons to panic :)

Hello, do you think this bad period for midnight scalping will end soon or will we have to wait until the end of next month?

Night scalping is working a lot off years. We had periods of stagnation and drawdown, but I sure we will get a profit at future.

I wonder why you myfxbook chart https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-rannforex/2483988 still shows so good performance, while all other charts show totally different results?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: alstoner on May 29, 2018, 03:30:24 PM
Yep was thinking the same thing. On MQL5 a similar discussion was taking place on the EvoNight product page and Ivan put up a few screenshots showing the recent deteriorating performance at IC Markets. Over the same period of time the bot won at RannForex whilst lost at IC Markets. Last night specifically there was around 5 pip slippage and Ivan speculates that they may be using a Plugin like many other B book brokers etc.

I'm still with IC Markets but scalping in general for May hasn't been good, so I'll give it a few more months before considering jumping ship to another broker
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: taipan888 on May 29, 2018, 05:41:34 PM
Yep was thinking the same thing. On MQL5 a similar discussion was taking place on the EvoNight product page and Ivan put up a few screenshots showing the recent deteriorating performance at IC Markets. Over the same period of time the bot won at RannForex whilst lost at IC Markets. Last night specifically there was around 5 pip slippage and Ivan speculates that they may be using a Plugin like many other B book brokers etc.

I'm still with IC Markets but scalping in general for May hasn't been good, so I'll give it a few more months before considering jumping ship to another broker

or RannForex is a non ECN broker with fixed guaranteed spread? These days may be such brokers would give better performances than ECN brokers?
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 29, 2018, 09:03:04 PM
Yep was thinking the same thing. On MQL5 a similar discussion was taking place on the EvoNight product page and Ivan put up a few screenshots showing the recent deteriorating performance at IC Markets. Over the same period of time the bot won at RannForex whilst lost at IC Markets. Last night specifically there was around 5 pip slippage and Ivan speculates that they may be using a Plugin like many other B book brokers etc.

I'm still with IC Markets but scalping in general for May hasn't been good, so I'll give it a few more months before considering jumping ship to another broker

or RannForex is a non ECN broker with fixed guaranteed spread? These days may be such brokers would give better performances than ECN brokers?

At Darwinex too good perfomance. RannForex is project of Dmitry Rannev (ICO of AMTS Solutions), which technology are used by Admiral Markets. RannForex is a 100% A-Book broker and they are White Label of Admiral's.

IC Markets 100% B-Book broker. I can make nothing with EA, when they close trades with 5 pips slippage!
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ForexCyborg on May 29, 2018, 09:31:04 PM
Yep was thinking the same thing. On MQL5 a similar discussion was taking place on the EvoNight product page and Ivan put up a few screenshots showing the recent deteriorating performance at IC Markets. Over the same period of time the bot won at RannForex whilst lost at IC Markets. Last night specifically there was around 5 pip slippage and Ivan speculates that they may be using a Plugin like many other B book brokers etc.

I'm still with IC Markets but scalping in general for May hasn't been good, so I'll give it a few more months before considering jumping ship to another broker

or RannForex is a non ECN broker with fixed guaranteed spread? These days may be such brokers would give better performances than ECN brokers?

At Darwinex too good perfomance. RannForex is project of Dmitry Rannev (ICO of AMTS Solutions), which technology are used by Admiral Markets. RannForex is a 100% A-Book broker and they are White Label of Admiral's.

IC Markets 100% B-Book broker. I can make nothing with EA, when they close trades with 5 pips slippage!

That is why I don't use IC Markets on my own ;)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 29, 2018, 10:05:00 PM
Yep was thinking the same thing. On MQL5 a similar discussion was taking place on the EvoNight product page and Ivan put up a few screenshots showing the recent deteriorating performance at IC Markets. Over the same period of time the bot won at RannForex whilst lost at IC Markets. Last night specifically there was around 5 pip slippage and Ivan speculates that they may be using a Plugin like many other B book brokers etc.

I'm still with IC Markets but scalping in general for May hasn't been good, so I'll give it a few more months before considering jumping ship to another broker

or RannForex is a non ECN broker with fixed guaranteed spread? These days may be such brokers would give better performances than ECN brokers?

At Darwinex too good perfomance. RannForex is project of Dmitry Rannev (ICO of AMTS Solutions), which technology are used by Admiral Markets. RannForex is a 100% A-Book broker and they are White Label of Admiral's.

IC Markets 100% B-Book broker. I can make nothing with EA, when they close trades with 5 pips slippage!

That is why I don't use IC Markets on my own ;)

99% of users are asking IC Markets monitorings, because they are using it.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: atomico on May 29, 2018, 10:24:08 PM
hi,

not sure to understand... you write that ICM use virtual dealer plugin in this period???

10 minutes ago the spreads of GBPUSD was about 10pips, really too high... it's the first time that i see high spreads for GBP pair...

A-book is better respect B-book???
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 29, 2018, 11:14:02 PM
hi,

not sure to understand... you write that ICM use virtual dealer plugin in this period???

10 minutes ago the spreads of GBPUSD was about 10pips, really too high... it's the first time that i see high spreads for GBP pair...

A-book is better respect B-book???

I have seen spreads and they were crazy =) For another systems execution was normally. For example, I am testing Ethereum and system got a small profit, but not a losses...

A-Book - broker send your trades to liquidity providers. B-Book - they don't send it anywhere. Broker is a marketmaker for you, so your profit is their losses.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: atomico on May 29, 2018, 11:28:51 PM
mmmmm... if ICM is B-book (and when user win broker lose) why many people inside this forum are with ICM???

i see many account on myfxbook that are currently show good result with ICM...

i am little confused...

how i find a guide to know A/B book broker???
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on May 30, 2018, 01:27:05 AM
mmmmm... if ICM is B-book (and when user win broker lose) why many people inside this forum are with ICM???

i see many account on myfxbook that are currently show good result with ICM...

i am little confused...

how i find a guide to know A/B book broker???

Real A-Book cannot have 0 spread =) Most of users with ICM because trading conditions are looking better, then another.

For example: Darwinex is a White Label of LMAX - they cannot be B-Book (also they have investment license of FCA). I have asked IC Markets some times to show a liquidity provider of my trades, but they didn't show (they daid me - it's a secret info). They said we have 50 providers, but don't give their names and any info ;)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on June 15, 2018, 11:44:31 AM
Really, after deleting Comments and changing Magic Numbers execution at IC Markets became better:

(https://b.radikal.ru/b39/1806/97/dcd830369d47.jpg) (https://radikal.ru)

For example results from A-Book broker:

(https://d.radikal.ru/d19/1806/86/ee3544efc1bc.jpg) (https://radikal.ru)

Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: Nadir on June 16, 2018, 01:05:22 PM
Hey, this booking talk is lately confusing me as well. If people say that ICM is b-booking all the time, wouldn't their ecn account type be a scam? Is there no regulation that brokers HAVE to a-book you when they sell their accounts as true ecn? I mean, if you pay the extra commission for the ecn a-booking, shouldn't it be illegal to b-book you?

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Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on June 16, 2018, 10:13:07 PM
Hey, this booking talk is lately confusing me as well. If people say that ICM is b-booking all the time, wouldn't their ecn account type be a scam? Is there no regulation that brokers HAVE to a-book you when they sell their accounts as true ecn? I mean, if you pay the extra commission for the ecn a-booking, shouldn't it be illegal to b-book you?

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No, it isn't regulated. True A-Book providers show liquidity providers and execution of your trades there.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: Tyler on June 16, 2018, 10:20:04 PM
Hey, this booking talk is lately confusing me as well. If people say that ICM is b-booking all the time, wouldn't their ecn account type be a scam? Is there no regulation that brokers HAVE to a-book you when they sell their accounts as true ecn? I mean, if you pay the extra commission for the ecn a-booking, shouldn't it be illegal to b-book you?

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No, it isn't regulated. True A-Book providers show liquidity providers and execution of your trades there.
http://www.search.asic.gov.au/cgi-bin/gfs010c?origin=far&licence_no=335692&role_type=FJ&cond_sdate=20101022&cond_stime=000000&rep_no=&a7=&a8=&a9=&a10=&a11=&a12=&a13=&start_date=
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on June 16, 2018, 10:35:30 PM
Hey, this booking talk is lately confusing me as well. If people say that ICM is b-booking all the time, wouldn't their ecn account type be a scam? Is there no regulation that brokers HAVE to a-book you when they sell their accounts as true ecn? I mean, if you pay the extra commission for the ecn a-booking, shouldn't it be illegal to b-book you?

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No, it isn't regulated. True A-Book providers show liquidity providers and execution of your trades there.
http://www.search.asic.gov.au/cgi-bin/gfs010c?origin=far&licence_no=335692&role_type=FJ&cond_sdate=20101022&cond_stime=000000&rep_no=&a7=&a8=&a9=&a10=&a11=&a12=&a13=&start_date=

Company is regulated, but not an execution! Regulation - it's a financionally guarantee, but not more. ASIC, FCA and another regulators check only financionally stability and protect users from SCAM - not more. There are no any info about A-Book and etc.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on January 26, 2019, 02:45:29 AM
Dear friends, a lot of time has passed after the last posts in this thread. Since then, much has changed ...

Last summer was not the best for the system, as you know, but in spring the work has stabilized and over the past 6 months, the results are encouraging.

All this time I have been working to make the system more profitable and stable, I studied the experience of other systems. Night scalping, though very profitable, but dangerous. To master it and make a real Grail is very difficult, but I am ready for this, because every year there is more and more experience.

Since January, a completely new system has been working on all accounts - EvoNightEA v.4.0. I completely left the principle of “one set” and now the system is optimized for each pair separately. She took the best from my other systems and now uses several input parameters at once.

What are new?
January was a terrible for another midnight systems: SFE Night Scalper, NightwalkerEA and etc - they have lost all profit, which accumulated over 1 year! I have compared it with the summer DD and add a very important function for longterm conservative usage - Symbol Limitation Filter.

Example: We have symbol GBP and system is working at GBPAUD, GBPCAD, GBPCHF, GBPUSD. At thee same time can be opened only a 1 trade for all this pairs. It protect us from a power moves, when can be opened few trades at the same time and all of them will be closed with the losses.   

I also discovered a Dukascopy quotes and testing using TDS2 - the results amazed me. The quality of Dukascopy quotes is far from 99% - you can really talk about 25-50%, but no more. You can familiarize yourself with the comparison of quotations and the results of backtests here:

_https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/20456#!tab=comments&page=59&comment=9989335

Good luck and profitablee trading!

Cheers ;)


Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: FLechdrop on January 26, 2019, 12:25:45 PM
Wow, thanks for investigating and pointing out this dramatic difference in the number of ticks between TDS data and the actual data, ivanvp.

I was suspecting there must be something wrong, as the results of live trading almost invariably seems worse than those you get when backtesting. Especially when it comes to small pip systems. This certainly seems to help explaining that...

However your results on the actual broker data seem to be better, rather than worse than with TDS data. Remarkable.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on January 26, 2019, 02:30:24 PM
However your results on the actual broker data seem to be better, rather than worse than with TDS data. Remarkable.

Yes, because:
1. It's midnight system, which is a very sensetive to execution. There are no ticks at Dukascopy in which system should close trades, but in Live this ticks are available;
2. I have optimized systems fully with the real ticks from Alpari and IC Markets, so the backtests between TDS2 and MT5 real ticks will be different.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: reinerh on January 26, 2019, 03:03:33 PM
However your results on the actual broker data seem to be better, rather than worse than with TDS data. Remarkable.

Yes, because:
1. It's midnight system, which is a very sensetive to execution. There are no ticks at Dukascopy in which system should close trades, but in Live this ticks are available;
2. I have optimized systems fully with the real ticks from Alpari and IC Markets, so the backtests between TDS2 and MT5 real ticks will be different.

ivan,

you should collect your own tickdata, from lets say a popular broker ic markets, maybe some others.

yes this will take time, but well worth for you as a developer.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on January 26, 2019, 03:16:03 PM
However your results on the actual broker data seem to be better, rather than worse than with TDS data. Remarkable.

Yes, because:
1. It's midnight system, which is a very sensetive to execution. There are no ticks at Dukascopy in which system should close trades, but in Live this ticks are available;
2. I have optimized systems fully with the real ticks from Alpari and IC Markets, so the backtests between TDS2 and MT5 real ticks will be different.

ivan,

you should collect your own tickdata, from lets say a popular broker ic markets, maybe some others.

yes this will take time, but well worth for you as a developer.

There are no sense. It give results in a few years and it can have a lor of mismatches. I download Tick Data directly from a broker (all available history) via Metatrader5. It much more better ;)

Here are an actual monitorings for EvoNightEA:

1. Standart Mode, since September 2017 (Symbol Limitation filter disabled):

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2252381/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-ic-markets/2252381)

2. Standart Mode, Metatrader5 since January 2019 (Symbol Limitation filter disabled):
 
(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/2863312/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea/2863312)

3. Conservative Mode, Metatrader5 since January 2019 (Symbol Limitation filter enabled):

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/3136606/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-conservative/3136606)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 07, 2019, 04:10:26 AM
EvonightEA and PeregrimEA have a Great Come Back! EvonightEA - 140 pips during the last month, PeregrimEA - 90 pips during last 2 weeks. It is a very good results for midnight scalpers...

Here are PeregrimEA monitoring. Add it to Watched:

(https://widgets.myfxbook.com/widgets/3163316/large.jpg) (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/peregrimea/3163316)

Here are product page at MQL5:

EvonightEA:
https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/20456

PeregrimEA:
https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/19600

PeregrimEA is a first my public EA, so it's very important for me :) and I am very satisfied with the MT5 backtesting and optimization - it gave us a better live results :)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: LitnerGo on February 07, 2019, 12:54:49 PM
Hi. Many night scalpers do not work with high deposit and you new accounts use only deposit 25 usd and 50 usd. Do you also have other accounts with high deposits?

PeregrimEA
https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/537216 (https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/537216)

EvoNightEA
https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/517603 (https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/517603)

In forum are these accounts. Why did you delete these accounts?

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465 (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465)
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-darwinex/2483970 (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-darwinex/2483970)
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 07, 2019, 05:41:26 PM
Hi. Many night scalpers do not work with high deposit and you new accounts use only deposit 25 usd and 50 usd. Do you also have other accounts with high deposits?

PeregrimEA
https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/537216 (https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/537216)

EvoNightEA
https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/517603 (https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/517603)

In forum are these accounts. Why did you delete these accounts?

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465 (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonight-macmy/2422465)
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-darwinex/2483970 (https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/evonightea-darwinex/2483970)

Hi, size of deposit not important - important a LOTSIZE. As we now, during the rollover is a very Low liquidity, so as a result, profit just recovery Slippage  :( A new version of EvoNightEA and PeregrimEA have a higher Expectency  (average size of profit in pips), so the ever with the big lotsize the chance to get a profit is a higher. You can check Expecntecy at Myfxbook page. For example, for EvoNightEA Expectency increased average in 2 times if compare with the oldest versions! But I don't stull recommend to use it with the high lotsize (not more 0.5 lots).

1. I have deleted EvoNightEA + Macmy, because account used a very high risks (nearly 40%) and Macmy had a big DD...
2. With the Darwinex were 2 problems:
- Expectency: The spread size was bigger, then at another brokers, so results were worst;
- Legal: I live in Ukraine and it is forbidden to receive and send SWIFT from Forex brokers. It was agreed with the bank that Darwinex will withdraw all funds and close the account and thus my funds will not be blocked with this broker.  I didn't want to lost all my money, which were available at Darwinex accounts.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: FLechdrop on February 07, 2019, 05:45:59 PM
When did the new version start running on the IC Markets account?

If it is about lot size, which of course it is, it would help if we could see the lot size!
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 07, 2019, 06:15:42 PM
When did the new version start running on the IC Markets account?

If it is about lot size, which of course it is, it would help if we could see the lot size!

It's running since 8 of January - version 5.

Lotsize are available at Myfxbook - you can check it. For 0.02 and 0.2, at the most situations, will not be difference.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: FLechdrop on February 07, 2019, 06:28:23 PM
Thanks. I see now. I was looking at the longer term "EvoNightEA IC Markets" account, which has no lotsize shown.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: atomico on February 09, 2019, 03:44:35 PM
hi Ivan,

i am not 100% with your idea about backtest with TDS2. i have this tool and it's very useful for me. plus, the result with my actual EA are very similar with LIVE account (for the moment).

you have optimized the EA with MT5 of ICM... but what happens when we try to use the expert with another MT5 terminal provided by different broker? datafeed is not same for all broker...

MT5 can really improve the performance of this (and other) EA???

and again, the result are affected also by the LOTSIZE... how you write, the suggested size is 0.5 just to prevent LOW LIQUIDITY for scalper session (Best Scalper and similar)

MT5 is the only way???

unfortunately, until now, i do not see some EA that can really made some money on my account... when i place some new EA the all reference account SUFFER for DD and after some time seller publish new setfiles/optimization/update...

at the moment i am billionarie only in backtesting...

a part this, i really hope that you find the right way with your EA.

best regard
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 10, 2019, 01:11:27 AM
hi Ivan,

i am not 100% with your idea about backtest with TDS2. i have this tool and it's very useful for me. plus, the result with my actual EA are very similar with LIVE account (for the moment).

you have optimized the EA with MT5 of ICM... but what happens when we try to use the expert with another MT5 terminal provided by different broker? datafeed is not same for all broker...

MT5 can really improve the performance of this (and other) EA???

and again, the result are affected also by the LOTSIZE... how you write, the suggested size is 0.5 just to prevent LOW LIQUIDITY for scalper session (Best Scalper and similar)

MT5 is the only way???

unfortunately, until now, i do not see some EA that can really made some money on my account... when i place some new EA the all reference account SUFFER for DD and after some time seller publish new setfiles/optimization/update...

at the moment i am billionarie only in backtesting...

a part this, i really hope that you find the right way with your EA.

best regard

First of all, scalpers are very sensetive for execution and quality of tick data. Dukascopy have a low quality tick data and a higher spreads, so there are no sense to test midnight scalpers with the dukascopy and TDS2. I haven't seen never a high correlation between live results and backtests for scalpers. Never. It's a random backtests.

I have optimized systems with the Alpari ticks (they are have a higher quality). MT5 is much more better for scalping - platform is a much more fastest, then MT4. It's a fact. For backtests it's too better, because you can use a REAL TICK DATA FROM YOUR BROKER.

As you can see, the results of MT4 and MT5 versions are similar, but MT5 have some more trades and better entry/exit points, so at pips average profit is a higher. But this does not prevent the use of MT4 for trade.

We are all backtest's billionaires ;) Really, i think, I have founded a main mistake - a tick data, which we are using for backtesting and optimization.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 11, 2019, 12:18:57 AM
A big Stop Loss for PeregrimEA, because there was a bug in code for MT5 version: System didn't block a trading at Monday Opening. I have fixed it already.

I decided to restart monitoring for PeregrimEA, because a trade history was short (1 week) and I used a MT5 for monitoring, but most users - MT4 version, so results were not correct for them.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: reinerh on February 11, 2019, 12:35:55 AM

swissy pairs had a flashcrash at the open, some eas benefitted others not so much.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: ivanvp on February 11, 2019, 12:51:35 AM

swissy pairs had a flashcrash at the open, some eas benefitted others not so much.

Yes, but all my systems should not trade at Monday Opening. At MT5 version was a small bug in code, so it have opened USDCHF position :( It's good, because it have helped me to determinate a bug to prevent it at future.

99% of PeregrimEA's users are using MT4 version, so this one trades have been fully different from their results, because they haven't any trades. Better was to restart it with the bug fixed version.
Title: Re: EVOnight EA
Post by: reinerh on February 11, 2019, 01:08:09 AM

good that you caught the bug, it can happen with programming.