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Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

I may say you a real true.

One day I decided to use TPE with real account. You may see my statement in real account thread here in elite section. And this TPE immediately came down ... Well, I stoped using this TPE with real account. But this EA became a profitable after that in the same day with my "stopped using" decision!

You may see the image statements in discussion thread.

droesparky
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droesparky  

Piperoni Im new to the elite section, been going thru the EAs.

Im gonna give TPE a try.

looks like it has versions for the euro, cable and swissie. It looks like I can go with the standard settings.

Have you tried it on any other pairs?

Pipperoni
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Pipperoni  
droesparky:
Piperoni Im new to the elite section, been going thru the EAs.

Im gonna give TPE a try.

looks like it has versions for the euro, cable and swissie. It looks like I can go with the standard settings.

Have you tried it on any other pairs?

Droesparky,

I tried with the GBPUSD because I thought that more volatility should improve the TPE performance, but it doesn't go. So I stick in my tests with EURUSD only. I want to go real money with TPE from the second part of this month on. I hope that I will be more lucky than Newdigital. But Droesparky, if you find a setting that works well for the cable, than we are happy to learn this from you.

JP

Ian Smith
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Ian Smith  

I did a 15 month optimization on FXDD download data (which is smoother than FXDD live or demo data) and found a few possible settings for the hour parameter. I turned on Money Management with 1000 as the division parameter, meaning I'm giving a full 1 lot for 10k in the account.

1 -2716.16 116 0.87 -23.42 7765.01 58.75% TimeZone=0

2 2369.49 112 1.12 21.16 2914.69 25.04% TimeZone=1

3 8277.32 111 1.36 74.57 4221.85 25.33% TimeZone=2

4 7228.86 107 1.24 67.56 8796.60 34.01% TimeZone=3

5 146.14 107 1.01 1.37 6174.20 42.52% TimeZone=4

6 3885.23 98 1.18 39.65 3491.11 28.01% TimeZone=5

7 8523.33 100 1.37 85.23 4880.77 25.50% TimeZone=6

8 2475.92 108 1.10 22.93 5258.76 34.80% TimeZone=7

9 453.89 103 1.02 4.41 5318.66 39.40% TimeZone=8

10 15919.11 108 1.65 147.40 4879.40 30.83% TimeZone=9

11 87.81 98 1.00 0.90 4417.80 31.89% TimeZone=10

12 -1868.91 91 0.91 -20.54 4935.03 40.92% TimeZone=11

13 4063.61 89 1.16 45.66 4367.56 25.73% TimeZone=12

14 1435.25 86 1.05 16.69 8885.95 43.75% TimeZone=13

15 3753.96 84 1.14 44.69 7377.03 34.93% TimeZone=14

16 539.12 85 1.02 6.34 7564.44 41.78% TimeZone=15

17 -679.59 82 0.97 -8.29 7998.66 46.18% TimeZone=16

18 -6664.62 76 0.67 -87.69 8731.95 72.36% TimeZone=17

19 -4076.19 76 0.80 -53.63 7642.60 56.84% TimeZone=18

20 -2868.86 77 0.85 -37.26 6379.18 53.55% TimeZone=19

21 -3482.92 80 0.83 -43.54 6346.86 52.84% TimeZone=20

22 -3583.34 81 0.84 -44.24 10030.22 64.04%

23 -7321.02 84 0.61 -87.16 9563.61 82.16% TimeZone=22

24 -7387.05 77 0.54 -95.94 8885.36 78.93% TimeZone=23

All settings have significant drawdown and the top performer has 30% DD. I checked the top performing settings over the past few weeks of FXDD demo data:

3 -1263.73 8 0.33 -157.97 1412.46 13.92% TimeZone=2

7 1161.56 8 2.95 145.19 596.25 5.07% TimeZone=6

10 428.40 11 1.54 38.95 785.56 7.60% TimeZone=9

13 661.21 10 2.21 66.12 379.65 3.50% TimeZone=12

Most of these settings seem valid. The previous top performer is not a top performer in the near term. (Jan 28-Apr 15) A TimeZone=2 appears to be Tokyo Lunchtime (GMT+4). TimeZone=9 appears to be just before the NY Open (GMT+11) Of course, the parameters have some issues because FXDD as a broker supports Daylight Savings Time.

I'm going to trade with TimeZone=6 because it is a solid performer and this reflects London open time. A value of 1 with Alpari would be shortly after Japanese Open, and I think that makes sense but that settings is #1 difficult to convert to FXDD and #2 not a solid performer on my data.

I'm going to study this a bit more, but I'm thinking I'd like to apply a few mods to the system. Breakeven after being deeply invested. Buy only for USDJPY and AUDJPY. Delayed, Sliding, Tight, Constricting, Dynamic trailing stops.

I have some other code I need to finish first, but I'm going to trade this pair soon. I was looking at the Money Management, it would be nice if the equation actually prevented a certain number of losses. I'm also considering a consecutive losses parameter similar to Phoenix.

Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

I am testing this EA since May 2006 with this settings https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/174264

H1 timeframe.

The best pair is GBPUSD (+936 pips by last week).

And +189 pips just for this week only.

Files:
tpe12.zip 111 kb
Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

The statement is updated.

Files:
tpe12_1.zip 6 kb
T68
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T68  

Time Settings

If I am using IBFX what should be my time setting for each pair ..can anyone help me please ? I have changed the magic number for all pairs .

Regards

T68

Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  
T68:
If I am using IBFX what should be my time setting for each pair ..can anyone help me please ? I have changed the magic number for all pairs .

Regards

T68

I am testing it with Alpari rus broker which is GMT+3 now. IBFX is GMT (GMT+0). So, if 3 pm on Alpari rus so it is 12 with IBFX (time is on the chart).

The same with SBS EA.

Check this TPE thread and SBS thread from the beginning as many people did time settings and already passed this way. It was many posts about it.

Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

Please find updated statements for this EA (in deposit currency, in pips, for close and open trades).

Files:
Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

Visual statements for 1.5 weeks for 4 pairs in deposit currency.

Green line is balance and red line is equity.

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