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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #180 on: March 23, 2018, 06:54:45 PM »
Thanks for your work anglebird. BT on default look very good and is better than HF settings (profit/DD). You can achieve same profit with lower DD running default (by adjusting MM%) than with HF. So great to know HF is a no go. I also agree that this is a very good EA that is not gaining the attention it deserves.   
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You're welcome Anchorpoint.. ;D Yes the default setting is solid, also it's logic already proven with developer real money account.. But about HF? we need more time to judge it..

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #181 on: March 23, 2018, 07:09:29 PM »
I will share a small secret here - the only difference between the default settings and the HF settings is the intensity of the breakout impulse on which the EA initiates a trade. All other filters and settings are identical. So, the HF settings are just more aggressive in the entries.

Hey man, please read this article https://blog.darwinex.com/expert-advisors-good-business-model/
I hope you make a darwin soon..
there's 3 EA developers from MQL5 market already make a darwin and alot of people invest on them.
it would be interesting if you join, I'm active investor there. If you make a darwin, of course I'll invest on you. ;D

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #182 on: March 23, 2018, 07:36:48 PM »
I will check it out. Thanks for the confidence!
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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #183 on: March 23, 2018, 07:47:25 PM »
I will check it out. Thanks for the confidence!

Keep up the good work.. :D

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #184 on: March 23, 2018, 08:49:10 PM »
I will share a small secret here - the only difference between the default settings and the HF settings is the intensity of the breakout impulse on which the EA initiates a trade. All other filters and settings are identical. So, the HF settings are just more aggressive in the entries.

Hey man, please read this article https://blog.darwinex.com/expert-advisors-good-business-model/
I hope you make a darwin soon..
there's 3 EA developers from MQL5 market already make a darwin and alot of people invest on them.
it would be interesting if you join, I'm active investor there. If you make a darwin, of course I'll invest on you. ;D

Hi Anglebird,

I'm curious why you would pay a performance fee on an account if you already own the EA?

Cheers,
Rod

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #185 on: March 24, 2018, 12:45:03 AM »
Hi Anglebird,

I'm curious why you would pay a performance fee on an account if you already own the EA?

Cheers,
Rod

Hello nwboater, the best answer I can give is I'm looking for stability in gaining profits every single year. At darwinex the darwin competition is super tight, very talented traders, fund managers, EA developers compete there to attract investors to invest on them. This is really great for investors, because only the winners come up to the surface, whoever lose and can't make a profitable portofolio will sink. And the winner always provide profitable performance for me every year.

With using EA we don't know the secret sauce behind it, if the EA fail and only losing money we only will stop to run the EA, throw it into trash and buy another EA (this circle will always be like this, forever!). I'm tired to do that (buying EA again and again) because it's expensive and frustrating. For example Belkaglazer EA developer, Algotradesoft EA developer and YPY Amet EA developer already join darwinex and their darwins are in the Top 20 Darwin list right now, and you know what? I'm free to enjoy the profit from their darwin, I don't need to buy the EA (I can safe alot of money from this and still enjoy nice income from their EAs performance). About the fee, the fee is paid every 3 months if the darwin generate profit for you and the profit sharing is 80% for you and 20% for Darwin provider, if the darwin fail to make a profit you don't need to pay.

So what is the benefit for EA developers? For example in 2017 the best Darwin provider wich is Darwin THA can make $400.000 to his pocket from only profiding great and profitable trading performance to his investors, It's really good money. You can visit this link if you wanna check TOP 20 at the moment: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/TOP_INVESTORS

Darwinex is not a PAMM, it has safe risk management algorithm to protect your capital, and something like this never exist before. By the way, I have no intention to promoting darwinex here. I'm pure an investor there, I've been there for years now and the profit is really good, so why not to share it here and asking FXAutomater to join too.. :)
« Last Edit: March 24, 2018, 12:49:31 AM by anglebird »

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #186 on: March 25, 2018, 11:10:46 PM »
Hi Anglebird,

I'm curious why you would pay a performance fee on an account if you already own the EA?

Cheers,
Rod

Hello nwboater, the best answer I can give is I'm looking for stability in gaining profits every single year. At darwinex the darwin competition is super tight, very talented traders, fund managers, EA developers compete there to attract investors to invest on them. This is really great for investors, because only the winners come up to the surface, whoever lose and can't make a profitable portofolio will sink. And the winner always provide profitable performance for me every year.

With using EA we don't know the secret sauce behind it, if the EA fail and only losing money we only will stop to run the EA, throw it into trash and buy another EA (this circle will always be like this, forever!). I'm tired to do that (buying EA again and again) because it's expensive and frustrating. For example Belkaglazer EA developer, Algotradesoft EA developer and YPY Amet EA developer already join darwinex and their darwins are in the Top 20 Darwin list right now, and you know what? I'm free to enjoy the profit from their darwin, I don't need to buy the EA (I can safe alot of money from this and still enjoy nice income from their EAs performance). About the fee, the fee is paid every 3 months if the darwin generate profit for you and the profit sharing is 80% for you and 20% for Darwin provider, if the darwin fail to make a profit you don't need to pay.

So what is the benefit for EA developers? For example in 2017 the best Darwin provider wich is Darwin THA can make $400.000 to his pocket from only profiding great and profitable trading performance to his investors, It's really good money. You can visit this link if you wanna check TOP 20 at the moment: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/TOP_INVESTORS

Darwinex is not a PAMM, it has safe risk management algorithm to protect your capital, and something like this never exist before. By the way, I have no intention to promoting darwinex here. I'm pure an investor there, I've been there for years now and the profit is really good, so why not to share it here and asking FXAutomater to join too.. :)

Hi Anglebird,

Thanks for the thorough explanation.

I think you have an interesting, and most likely highly profitable approach to invest in the top providers at Darwin. One of them is Thales which I previously had as a very profitable Signal. Unfortunately it's no longer available as a Signal and I think also not at Darwin because the AUM is getting so large.

You make some good arguments for going with Darwins as opposed to EA's. Would you consider starting a thread in the managed accounts section here? It would be interesting to get others involved in the discussion and compare notes and preferred vendors.

Thanks,
Rod

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #187 on: March 26, 2018, 05:10:50 PM »
what risk setting is this set to

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-eurusd-gbpusd/2466783

starting balance of $1000 .. this looks like maybe the only account which has not had increased risk used to build its growth ..


This one had a massive increase for one month Feb

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-gbpusd/2254434

Just trying to find accounts Live or demo which have be left to run at a fixed setting to really compare performance

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #188 on: March 27, 2018, 10:56:48 AM »

Hi Anglebird,

Thanks for the thorough explanation.

I think you have an interesting, and most likely highly profitable approach to invest in the top providers at Darwin. One of them is Thales which I previously had as a very profitable Signal. Unfortunately it's no longer available as a Signal and I think also not at Darwin because the AUM is getting so large.

You make some good arguments for going with Darwins as opposed to EA's. Would you consider starting a thread in the managed accounts section here? It would be interesting to get others involved in the discussion and compare notes and preferred vendors.

Thanks,
Rod

Hi rod, I'm sorry I can't start to make a thread here about Darwinex and Darwin because I think it's not effective (not many people here using darwinex). If you wanna discuss about darwin and darwin investing you can go to darwinex community, here's the link: https://community.darwinex.com/

My strategy is very simple, I just pick 10 best darwin (Diversification purpose) with low divergent and good profit from 20 TOP Darwin and invest equal amount of money to each darwin, the last step to do is let it run for a year whatever happened (you can call it "Set and Forget"). With this approach in 2 years I made 110% profit with DD only 6%.

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #189 on: March 27, 2018, 11:08:30 AM »
what risk setting is this set to

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-eurusd-gbpusd/2466783

starting balance of $1000 .. this looks like maybe the only account which has not had increased risk used to build its growth ..


This one had a massive increase for one month Feb

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-gbpusd/2254434

Just trying to find accounts Live or demo which have be left to run at a fixed setting to really compare performance

Hello,

1) https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-eurusd-gbpusd/2466783

GBPUSD 2%
EURUSD 1%

2) https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-gbpusd/2254434

2%
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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #190 on: March 27, 2018, 11:23:27 AM »
how is this 2% am i missing something in the strategy or stratergy
 https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-gbpusd/2254434

Feb was +108* with lot sizes up to 0.24 when in the current month its 0.09 lot sizes

Thanks ... looks interesting EA , Just trying to find clear forward tested data ....

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #191 on: March 27, 2018, 11:39:32 AM »
The EA uses recovery in drawdown, increasing the lot size by a factor of 1.04 or 1.05 for each new trade, until the drawdown is not fully compensated. The idea is, when it catches a good strong movement it happens with many trades with increased lot size, which in a good day brings huge profit. Of course, it can be used successfully without recovery, but the recovery just works great for this type of impulse following systems.
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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #192 on: March 27, 2018, 02:47:14 PM »
wally,

could you please be so kind and post a backtest of eu with fixed lot size from the below account.

i would like to see how close bt matches to forward.

thx mucho.


https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrenddetector/forex-trend-detector-eurusd-gbpusd/2466783
« Last Edit: March 27, 2018, 03:12:42 PM by reinerh »

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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #193 on: March 27, 2018, 04:03:54 PM »
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Re: Forex Trend Detector
« Reply #194 on: March 27, 2018, 04:34:54 PM »
Sure:

https://www.forextrenddetector.com/backtests/1lot-fixed-high.htm

EURUSDHF 1 lot fixed

thanks very much wally,

but i am afraid trades dont match your forward demo account. it trades open bar i assume as most all your bots do, so i cant figure out why trades dont match since they should match really close.

for example, feb 16 this year = the demo i refered to had a sequence of losses, backtest shows only 1 loss.

but the demo had quite a number of wins also on feb 16 which the backtest has none, zero zilch.

that does not make sense to me.  why is there such a huge difference ??

 

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