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Offline reinerh

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #45 on: December 07, 2018, 01:15:06 AM »
ah great, that clears it up.

looking forward to how this evolves, yeah too bad ea barely got stopped out, damm mr market often has a mind of his own :)

just did bt to your 5k demo forward, trades seem to match as far as i can see.

but mm does not, you must run higher mm vs posted set files.
« Last Edit: December 07, 2018, 01:52:24 AM by reinerh »

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #46 on: December 07, 2018, 09:56:27 AM »
In any case, there is a myfxbook to follow now, albeit demo: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/momentum-classic/2759674

Now you are talking, excellent! May I suggest you add it to your signature as a widget.

Best of luck.

Regards,
HumbleTrader

It is not mine! The vendor added it to the first post. I do not have it up and running yet.

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #47 on: December 08, 2018, 10:27:57 PM »
In any case, there is a myfxbook to follow now, albeit demo: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/momentum-classic/2759674

What time frame does this demo account have?

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #48 on: December 09, 2018, 04:50:34 AM »
In any case, there is a myfxbook to follow now, albeit demo: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/PeregrimEA/momentum-classic/2759674

What time frame does this demo account have?

It's my, official monitoring from the first post :) It containe all presets and all timeframes: M15, M30 and H1. Presets and Backtests are at addons.

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #49 on: December 11, 2018, 04:23:23 PM »
I just found that in the backtest folder there is one backtest missing: USDJPY M30. Do you have it, ivanvp?

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #50 on: December 11, 2018, 04:41:24 PM »
I just found that in the backtest folder there is one backtest missing: USDJPY M30. Do you have it, ivanvp?

No, there are no presets for USDJPY M30. For now system don't support it, but if you want, you can do it by yourself ;)

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #51 on: December 11, 2018, 04:51:13 PM »
OK, but why is this the one exception to the pattern of all currencies having M15, M30 and H1? Was it the only one that was somehow not profitable?

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #52 on: December 11, 2018, 10:42:13 PM »
OK, but why is this the one exception to the pattern of all currencies having M15, M30 and H1? Was it the only one that was somehow not profitable?

Yes, USDJPY have a bad perfomance during optimization.

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #53 on: December 18, 2018, 02:23:09 PM »
Here are first results after 4 weeks at Live:



And here are results exclude XAUUSD:



Looks very promising ;)
« Last Edit: December 18, 2018, 02:25:36 PM by ivanvp »

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #54 on: December 18, 2018, 06:47:21 PM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #55 on: December 18, 2018, 09:00:03 PM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!
Why? It isn't a scalper - spreads and slippage are not imported for a system. Compare a Demo and Real Money have a sense only for systems, which are depended from execution. Difference for High-Expectency systems between Demo and Live Money are similar with to difference between 2 demo accounts or 2 live accounts.

And don't say NOBODY. If it isn't interested for you, you have said: "DEMO isn't interested for me", but not "nobody".
« Last Edit: December 18, 2018, 09:03:13 PM by ivanvp »

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #56 on: December 18, 2018, 10:12:22 PM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!
Why? It isn't a scalper - spreads and slippage are not imported for a system. Compare a Demo and Real Money have a sense only for systems, which are depended from execution. Difference for High-Expectency systems between Demo and Live Money are similar with to difference between 2 demo accounts or 2 live accounts.

And don't say NOBODY. If it isn't interested for you, you have said: "DEMO isn't interested for me", but not "nobody".

demo is fine, you are correct in a way.

but if you truly believe in your system have a live account to showcase potential clients.

your last momentum ea ran well for a few weeks as well, then it bombed. vendors who want to be taken seriously have live accounts running. there are many on this forum to be found.

having real money at risk is what gives lots of credit, a demo account is only good for giggles. people have become much smarter over the years and wont fall for this anymore.

and its not really fair for people to shell out good money for an ea and be a guinea pig.

at least thats the way i see it.

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #57 on: December 18, 2018, 10:15:37 PM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!
Why? It isn't a scalper - spreads and slippage are not imported for a system. Compare a Demo and Real Money have a sense only for systems, which are depended from execution. Difference for High-Expectency systems between Demo and Live Money are similar with to difference between 2 demo accounts or 2 live accounts.

And don't say NOBODY. If it isn't interested for you, you have said: "DEMO isn't interested for me", but not "nobody".

demo is fine, you are correct in a way.

but if you truly believe in your system have a live account to showcase potential clients.

your last momentum ea ran well for a few weeks as well, then it bombed. vendors who want to be taken seriously have live accounts running. there are many on this forum to be found.

having real money at risk is what gives lots of credit, a demo account is only good for giggles. people have become much smarter over the years and wont fall for this anymore.

and its not really fair for people to shell out good money for an ea and be a guinea pig.

at least thats the way i see it.

Of course Live account will be added, but it's a just a "credit of believe" - not more. For PA systems Demo are enough. Who said: "Demo and Live will be different for PA" ... I ever don't want to comment it ...

Systems of this kind cannot cost $150, as Momentum now costs. Everybody this is well understood. This is price available only because there are no a long-term Live results...
« Last Edit: December 18, 2018, 10:31:10 PM by ivanvp »

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #58 on: December 19, 2018, 08:18:11 AM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!
Why? It isn't a scalper - spreads and slippage are not imported for a system. Compare a Demo and Real Money have a sense only for systems, which are depended from execution. Difference for High-Expectency systems between Demo and Live Money are similar with to difference between 2 demo accounts or 2 live accounts.

And don't say NOBODY. If it isn't interested for you, you have said: "DEMO isn't interested for me", but not "nobody".

demo is fine, you are correct in a way.

but if you truly believe in your system have a live account to showcase potential clients.

your last momentum ea ran well for a few weeks as well, then it bombed. vendors who want to be taken seriously have live accounts running. there are many on this forum to be found.

having real money at risk is what gives lots of credit, a demo account is only good for giggles. people have become much smarter over the years and wont fall for this anymore.

and its not really fair for people to shell out good money for an ea and be a guinea pig.

at least thats the way i see it.

Of course Live account will be added, but it's a just a "credit of believe" - not more. For PA systems Demo are enough. Who said: "Demo and Live will be different for PA" ... I ever don't want to comment it ...

Systems of this kind cannot cost $150, as Momentum now costs. Everybody this is well understood. This is price available only because there are no a long-term Live results...

Who only present the DEMO signal does not believe own EA. $150 is the price with signal DEMO is for inexperienced beginners in MQL5 Market but not this forum. This has already been warned by Admin.

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Re: Momentum Classic Price Action (via MQL5.com)
« Reply #59 on: December 19, 2018, 09:49:12 AM »
Sorry but I guess I'll talk for everyone. DEMO nobody interested!!!
Why? It isn't a scalper - spreads and slippage are not imported for a system. Compare a Demo and Real Money have a sense only for systems, which are depended from execution. Difference for High-Expectency systems between Demo and Live Money are similar with to difference between 2 demo accounts or 2 live accounts.

And don't say NOBODY. If it isn't interested for you, you have said: "DEMO isn't interested for me", but not "nobody".

demo is fine, you are correct in a way.

but if you truly believe in your system have a live account to showcase potential clients.

your last momentum ea ran well for a few weeks as well, then it bombed. vendors who want to be taken seriously have live accounts running. there are many on this forum to be found.

having real money at risk is what gives lots of credit, a demo account is only good for giggles. people have become much smarter over the years and wont fall for this anymore.

and its not really fair for people to shell out good money for an ea and be a guinea pig.

at least thats the way i see it.

Of course Live account will be added, but it's a just a "credit of believe" - not more. For PA systems Demo are enough. Who said: "Demo and Live will be different for PA" ... I ever don't want to comment it ...

Systems of this kind cannot cost $150, as Momentum now costs. Everybody this is well understood. This is price available only because there are no a long-term Live results...

Who only present the DEMO signal does not believe own EA. $150 is the price with signal DEMO is for inexperienced beginners in MQL5 Market but not this forum. This has already been warned by Admin.

Answer a question: why do you need a monitoring?

 

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