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Offline bullseyefx

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #30 on: May 05, 2011, 07:28:18 PM »
RE: Performance Discrepancy (PDF vs. Myfxbook)

There have been some legitimate questions regarding the performance numbers discrepancy as posted on  our website.

Let me explain. In order to give guidance for our copier LotSizeScaling we have included general guidelines to mimic our performance 1:1 (i.e 1 standard lot is traded per $50,000 account size or 0.2 Mini lots for a $10,000 account size). In the pdf calculations we have assumed a static account size and multiplied the gross number of pips made (or lost) by a static number.

The myfxbook.com is verified in real-time and includes dynamic lot size management based on account size and market conditions. Its important to note, we cannot alter or manipulate the outcome of these trades or results on this third-party website.

In addition to being a general guide to mimic our performance the pdf performance results are posted as they include performance statements history prior to our current account posting on myfxbook.

I hope this clarifies your questions and concerns. We are constantly striving to make our performance and trading as transparent as possible and our customer service the best it can be. We welcome those in this forum and elsewhere to keep "holding our feet to the fire".

Regards,

BULLS EYE TRADING SIGNALS TEAM

Offline torrie602

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #31 on: May 06, 2011, 01:22:33 PM »
I have not been able to run the old copier at all on my FxDD platform, probably in conflict with other EA. I did not insist because I knew there was a problem with this copier.  I've already installed the new copier and I am waiting the ID number. I like what I have seen on the manual and  I hope to be more lucky with this one.  Anyone has already received his ID ? When will it be available ?

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #32 on: May 06, 2011, 10:49:27 PM »
Torrie602, I got mine up and running works great. No problem with my other ea's only running FMT and Megadroid.  New duplicator displays lots of info on the screen the new money managemnet is nice as well. Try emailing the MT4 Support address I am sure they will shoot it right out to you. Nice start to the month as well.
« Last Edit: May 06, 2011, 10:55:29 PM by 808 »

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS - FREE Webinar
« Reply #33 on: May 19, 2011, 07:30:42 PM »

Hey Guys,

We just wanted to alert you that we will be conducting a FREE Webinar next Thursday, May, 26 at 3:00pm (est).

In the webinar we will share with you our trading methodology and risk management techniques for greater profitability.

We will also be handing out a SPECIAL BONUS PACKAGE to all attendees.

For more information on our Webinar and how to sign-up for a seat (space is limited), please click on this link:

http://bullseyefx.com/pro-forex-trader-trades-your-account/

Please feel free to invite your friends.

We look forward to seeing you all there.


Regards,

BULLS EYE TRADING TEAM

Offline Robot trader

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #34 on: May 20, 2011, 06:48:44 AM »
 I am considering this product and would like to know if you have encountered any more problems with the copying EA, also do you think it is a real person making the trades.

I subscribe to a couple of these types of services already and have watched trades go from being enough pips in profit to warrant a protective SL, to end up hitting the original SL for a loss. I feel if a trader is sat at a computer making and watching their trades they would close a trade quickly at a small profit than let it hit an original SL, my view is a real trader can always re-enter the market below their original entry position if they feel the market is still going to rally in their favor.

So I am a little skeptical on whether there are real traders behind these copying services or are they just coping the trades made by another EA.

It is good to see the developer being proactive within this tread and asking for suggestions from members, there are a couple of things that I would like to see, which would give me much more confidence in the product.

1) A real live account rather than a demo, a real professional trader should not need to trade a demo. Also the market execution with a demo is never the same as a live account.

2) Within the member area a daily report from the actual trader detailing how they see the market and the trades they intend making that day, then you have got the option of turning of the copier if you don't feel they have read the market correctly.
   

   
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Offline Robot trader

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #35 on: May 20, 2011, 09:04:05 AM »


Robot Trader,

The Trade Copier is working perfectly now and the technical performance has been improved substantially. If you do have any issues, then our support team will sort it out very quickly.

Yes, its a real trader with 32 years experience. His name is Mark and we even provide a phone number where you can call him if you like.

We have a webinar coming up as well where you can chat with him and he will reveal his trading strategy and how his psychology behind it works -Link: http://wp.me/P1rEyV-aH. Its definitely not just another EA behind the trades. It is a real person.

In terms of your other suggestions. I will put them forward, but in this case the trading on our live accounts (mine included) performs exactly the same as our published demo.

There is a weekly report which goes out to members which assesses the market in a fundamental and technical way. We have just started publishing them on our blog - http://bullseyefx.com/blog/

Let me know if there is anything else.

Thanks,
Peter
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Peter,

Thanks for you prompt reply, I have watched your promotional video and note you claim to bring in an average of 647 pips per month, so based on a 57% success rate your average total traded pips per month would be 1135, which in turn should bring in about 150 pips profit per week. Trading a lot size of 1.00 would equal $1500 p.w., which would interest me, but what lot size would you recommend for a $10K account?   
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Offline keleshia

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #36 on: May 20, 2011, 06:21:01 PM »
I'm lost, which is the official site?

http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com
http://bullseyefx.com/home/

Or both are official or one is an affiliate link?

Both have different support emails too. Wow, if someone would be subscribing this, then i'd bet they'd be lost when seeking more info/support. Any enlightenment?  :D

Offline bearnakedbull

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Results for Bullseye same as Prime Eagle's
« Reply #37 on: June 19, 2011, 07:56:22 AM »
Funny how these are exactly the same http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Primesignal/autotrade-signal/86752 and http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com/signalsperformance_analytics.php . Seems to be operating under two names or else one of them is using the others.
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Offline abdul

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #38 on: June 19, 2011, 09:27:35 AM »
the myfxbook results look decent eventhough its a demo. the live account howevere which been started 3 months ago looks horrible
http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Primesignal/prime-eagle-funds-auto-live/98133

If the Demo results were real I would have deffinately invested in this, but it seems to me they can't handle real money?

Offline bearnakedbull

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BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS is also Primeeagle
« Reply #39 on: June 19, 2011, 03:33:48 PM »
I have confirmed the two are the same so if you want to get a better deal then perhaps PE is the choice since it is cheaper. I got this from PE support, "We are the same service, they charge on different merits. "
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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #40 on: June 20, 2011, 03:44:09 AM »
the myfxbook results look decent eventhough its a demo. the live account howevere which been started 3 months ago looks horrible
http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Primesignal/prime-eagle-funds-auto-live/98133

If the Demo results were real I would have deffinately invested in this, but it seems to me they can't handle real money?

what do you mean is it not just the last mounth that goes  minus  after what i can see ?


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Re: Results for Bullseye same as Prime Eagle's
« Reply #41 on: June 20, 2011, 03:45:39 AM »
Funny how these are exactly the same http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Primesignal/autotrade-signal/86752 and http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com/signalsperformance_analytics.php . Seems to be operating under two names or else one of them is using the others.

thanks for  info if the trade copier and all is the same there is no need to pay alsmost the dubble for it, it is better to go with the cheap one.....


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Offline bullseyefx

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #42 on: July 13, 2011, 08:37:13 PM »
I would like to respond and clear up some misconceptions to some of the recent chatter  regarding the business relationship of Bull's Eye Trading Signals (BETS) and Prime Eagle Funds (PEF) in Australia.

PEF is a White Label marketing partner of Bulls Eye Trading Signals - we have similar relationships with other entities around the world. This means that PEF markets the BETS trade signals and copier service to their clients under their corporate banner and brand name. The trade signals and copier service of BETS and PEF are one and the same.

Some legitimate confusion has occurred as a result of a PEF posting of a live "auto signal" account on myfxbook.com. As results of the PEF live account were not that of BETS trade signals, we have requested of PEF to remove this misleading link, and they have complied.

Should there be a concern that the signal track record as depicted on our Demo account does not match that of a live account performance, please be assured we have many, many subscribers from all over the world (some of which are in this forum), in which we are delivering signals to their live trading accounts every day.

We are committed to full transparency and truthfulness. We are one of the few signal providers that does not post hypothetical performance or cumulative pip totals that are selected from the "clear blue sky".

Our trade copier service assures that all our trades - and lot position size calculations - are delivered immediately from our master account to client live accounts. The same master account trades are also simultaneously reported and posted on myfxbook.com - in real-time, and those trades - or their results - cannot be withdrawn or manipulated in any way.

I hope this has helped to clarify and clear up any concerns about our performance or service. Please do not hesitate to call me at (310) 312-6722 or email me at info@bullseyefx.com if you have any questions.

Best regards,

Mark

Offline gs700

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #43 on: July 14, 2011, 09:21:50 AM »
Hello to you Mark, The trading was going great where your account was up about 17% for this month of July but then a bunch of trades suffered a heavy +25% account loss in one day as per July 12....even on trade caused a 7% account loss (the eurjpy buy). These series of trades where very strange and fortunately i closed them out and didn't have the loss and am wondering why you didn't reduce trading risk after we were up 15% for the month...because average monthly gains are NOT above 15%.

At any rate , you seem to sustain heavy drawdowns, i just wish you were a bit safer in the risk.

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #44 on: July 14, 2011, 09:34:03 AM »
I dont understand so why cant we use the other service if they have the same signals as you but cost almost half the cost that you take ?


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