Note: the small profit/loss for July was attributed to running the system too close to the chaos of Brexit. If i had waited a day then July wouldn't look so bad!
This is because 1) spreads are the tightest I have measured. 2) swaps are lower than most 3) $7 AUD RT per lot is far cheaper than $7 USD RT per lot.
If you find a broker with tighter spreads (<2.5 on EURCHF and <1.9 on USDCHF) in 00:00->01:00 then put me to the challenge.
Load up this: https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/1645 onto a 1-minute chart and then set the settings to make "writetocsv" true. Then zip up the files and send the spread exported to me.
Trading based on EURCHF range in late NY session and Asian session.
This signal, “Std” uses settings that have been optimised since the SBR unpeg of CHF. I have performed countless back, forward testing and retraining data sets to obtain optimum settings whilst minimising curve fitting. My other ext signal runs optimised settings for a longer trade entry window. Std runs for a few hours. Both have advance swap avoidance functions.
Running at relatively high risk, adjust your balance at which it is copied at accordingly. I recommend to start at 50% and work upwards. Alternatively, you can run at 95% risk, and withdraw profits weekly.
All trades will have a SL. This is set, but not locked. I will adjust based on the current range. Very rarely is an SL hit.
Any questions, let me know.
MFE and MAE Distribution Point Graphs
Maximum profit (MFE) and maximum loss (MAE) values are recorded for each open order during its lifetime. These parameters additionally characterize each closed order using the values of the maximum unrealized potential and maximum permitted risk. MFE/Profit and MAE/Profit distribution graphs display each order as a point with received profit/loss value plotted along the X-axis, while maximum displayed values of potential profit (MFE) and potential loss (MAE) are plotted along the Y-axis.
Place your cursor over parameters/graph captions to see the best and worst trading series. Find out more about MAE and MFE distributions in the article Mathematics in Trading: How to Estimate Trade Results.
The average slippage based on execution statistics on real accounts of various brokers is specified in pips. It depends on the difference between the provider's quotes from "ICMarkets-Live04" and the subscriber's quotes, as well as on order execution delays. Lower values mean better quality of copying.
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Lots of profit today guys. Feel free to leave a positive review. Make sure you check out my other signals.
Also, just a reminder, make sure you use the same broker, or 1:1 broker in regards to location and spread. But its best if you use the same broker.
At the end of the day, I want you to make as many pips as I do!