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(Share) Shuhan Hedge EA X-2 (Inspired by XMT)

Abhialka

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What is the minimum investment required and what type of account needs to be opened, I mean cent or pro or ecn or any other to work with this ea.
 

heshuhan

Member
What is the minimum investment required and what type of account needs to be opened, I mean cent or pro or ecn or any other to work with this ea.
Hi,

Been away for a while, doing PB stuff.

Try on demo first. Use M5 or M15 with a wider pending distance is more balance that using M1, which has too many trades that will lose due to real world slippage (which is inevitable for any real A-book brokers).

Feel free to play with the pending distance and in real world practice you probably want to widen the stops a bit more (yes you'll end up with more quantity of losing trades but you also get far better quality exits due to a more reasonable volatility breathing room). Quantity vs quality; lay it out on a spreadsheet and it should be more clearer.

You'll need a non B-book account (ECN types), if you're going to trade fixed lots at 0.01 highly recommend you do with at least $500 USD. Important: Use brokers that do not limit your pending order distances. Spreads should not be >0.3 pips on majors, and comms should ideally be as low as possible. (USD 7 per lot is a bit too high)

Regards,
Mr. He
 

Calvin

Member
Hi,

Been away for a while, doing PB stuff.

Try on demo first. Use M5 or M15 with a wider pending distance is more balance that using M1, which has too many trades that will lose due to real world slippage (which is inevitable for any real A-book brokers).

Feel free to play with the pending distance and in real world practice you probably want to widen the stops a bit more (yes you'll end up with more quantity of losing trades but you also get far better quality exits due to a more reasonable volatility breathing room). Quantity vs quality; lay it out on a spreadsheet and it should be more clearer.

You'll need a non B-book account (ECN types), if you're going to trade fixed lots at 0.01 highly recommend you do with at least $500 USD. Important: Use brokers that do not limit your pending order distances. Spreads should not be >0.3 pips on majors, and comms should ideally be as low as possible. (USD 7 per lot is a bit too high)

Regards,
Mr. He

hi.

so do u think pepperstone account is sutable ?

thnaks,
 

heshuhan

Member
hi.

so do u think pepperstone account is sutable ?

thnaks,
As per above message quote: "USD 7 per lot is a bit too high". Find out from the broker their cost first, either from website or from direct client support.

You can therefore decide whether the broker cost is suitable for not.
 

fc0web

New member
Thank you! In the default state, it became negative due to the commission from the supplier, but it seems to be interesting if you mess with the settings. It is not fully automatic trading, but setting and manual are necessary to some extent, but I think that it is quite interesting as a double-decker.
 
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