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Cross Scalper Free

Cross Scalper Freeis a simplified version of the Cross Scalper Expert Advisor, and is designed for trading AUDCAD and EURCAD. The EA does not use hedging, martingale, grid strategies, arbitration, etc.Most of the EA settings are hard coded, you only need to select a currency pair, adjust WET (Western European Time) offset in the Expert Advisor parameters and start trading. Trading Timeframe - M15.

Paid Version Advantages

  1. The free version skips a lot of trades.
  2. The full version contains a sophisticated algorithm that adapts to a specific market situation thereby reducing the drawdown.
  3. Settings for EURAUD and GBPAUD trading.
  4. Automated risk calculation. Risks are unknown to you in the free version. You can only use a fixed lot value without risk control.
  5. Regular updates.

Expert Advisor Input Parameters

  1. Pair - choose the currency pair to trade.
  2. TimeShift - broker's time shift relative to WET(Western European Time).
  3. Commentary - a comment to trades.
  4. MagicNumber - a unique magic number.
  5. Fix lot - trade using the specified lot.


  1. Timeframe - M15.
  2. Currency pairs - AUDCAD and EURCAD.
  3. Account type - for the best result, choose an account with market execution and low spread.
Matthew Todorovski
Matthew Todorovski 2018.06.25 06:20 

1 Star (20%) = Bad

2 Stars (40%) = Undecided (still testing)

3 Stars (60%) = Okay

4 Stars (80%) = Good

5 Stars (100%) = Excellente!

Andrey Litvichenko
Andrey Litvichenko 2017.10.24 07:51 

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Ali irwan
Ali irwan 2017.08.23 14:14 


Contao 2017.06.22 03:38 

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Hodaka Satoh
Hodaka Satoh 2017.04.11 17:24 

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Version 1.13 2017.04.04
Fixed minor errors.
Version 1.12 2017.03.31
Fixed errors of operating on old terminal builds.
Version 1.11 2017.03.22
Fixed minor errors.
Version 1.1 2017.03.16
The time zone of the broker's server relative to the Western European Time is now used instead of the Greenwich Mean Time.