(Share) 2017 Filter Grid EA

gannwd

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#21
stubish;n2340975 said:
I've had a good month with a demo of this one. 15 minutes standard set on all 3 pairs and 0.01 on a 1k account. Up 25% so far, some big drawdowns of equity but always recovered... anybody doing this live yet?
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Jason Kwok

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#27
Free version will paused trading for a week leaving open orders unmanned.

The pro version is a rental, USD 99 per year. The result shown in post #24 is Cents account. Subtract the average monthly rental, it is a loss.
 

misha

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#28
Jason Kwok;n2348768 said:
Free version will paused trading for a week leaving open orders unmanned.

The pro version is a rental, USD 99 per year. The result shown in post #24 is Cents account. Subtract the average monthly rental, it is a loss.
nonsense.

even free ea you can earn more than 99$. No need to pay anything to make profit.

Visit the FF forum
 

Jason Kwok

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#29
misha;n2348778 said:
nonsense.

even free ea you can earn more than 99$. No need to pay anything to make profit.

Visit the FF forum

Have you tested the free version before calling us nonsense?

It will be most stupid to make comments based on others said without testing it out yourself...
 

Jason Kwok

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#31
truebro;n2348899 said:
updated graph

Hey, the moderator closed the other thread because of your postings...:p

Why you showing only your Cents account and not your dollar accounts?

Analysis:
As of today, dated 26 Sep 2018, your Cents account profit less swap is USC 794.23. Looks good ...BUT...
Annual Rental of EA for Pro Version per account is USD 99, giving average monthly rent of USD 99 /12 = USD 8.25 or USC 825.
So, your PnL for this Cents account till today is USC 794.23 - USC 825 = - USC 30.77 ( Loss !!! )
However, you still have about 2.5 days to breakeven, which is better than last month which is a loss.
 
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Jarora

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Jason Kwok;n2348908 said:
Hey, the moderator closed the other thread because of your postings...:p

Why you showing only your Cents account and not your dollar accounts?

Analysis:
As of today, dated 26 Sep 2018, your Cents account profit less swap is USC 794.23. Looks good ...BUT...
Annual Rental of EA for Pro Version per account is USD 99, giving average monthly rent of USD 99 /12 = USD 8.25 or USC 825.
So, your PnL for this Cents account till today is USC 794.23 - USC 825 = - USC 30.77 ( Loss !!! )
However, you still have about 2.5 days to breakeven, which is better than last month which is a loss.
The truth. I think the moderator is watching this thread and will soon delete it.
 

Jason Kwok

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#34
glou;n2348930 said:
a 14% gain is the same using cent or not cent, 1000, 10,000 or 100,000
plain simple logic

Good EA

Hope you dun live in denial anymore.

How can a trader earn by using cents account and not factor in the rental cost of EA?

14% gain seemed a lot BUT after factor in the rental for the Pro version, it's profit melted into the running cost and finally a loss is realized.

From all my posts regarding this EA, I did not condemn it. My main objective is to alert potential buyers about the risks, cost and substantial capital needed.

To be a little safe using the Pro version of this EA, you need capital of USD 10K and running at minimal risk, since this EA using Grid + Martingale.

That's why the author using Cents account because himself is not confident to run his own EA on full dollar account.
 

Jason Kwok

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#39
glou;n2349119 said:
Nice Profits
15% gain with 4% DD

Really ?

Based on MyFXBook, the break down of 15% is 6.21% in Aug 2018 and 8.68% in Sept 2018.

This is a Cents account. So total profit about USC 1489 or USD 14.89

the rental cost of the EA is USD 99 a year for the Pro Version, averaging to USD 8.25. Then 2 month of rent = USD 16.50

Net profit = USD 14.89 - USD 16.50 = -USD 1.61 !!!! LOSS !!!

Smart traders are business man and they know how to compute Profits and Losses. They do not live in denial, denying the cost of rental of the EA.
 
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