Fundamental SPX MT5
MT4 Version: https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/48669
Simple but powerful strategies designed for longterm Profit with low risk.
This EA will never hold more than one position at a time! It is fully compatible to FIFO- and Netting-Accounts!
Because of the low trading-activity it can take some time to recover from a drawdown.
The goal is to grow your account over years instead of blowing it in weeks!
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Telegram Channel: https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAFcbJ1ZnnUyKR197YQ
Symbol: US500 (could also be called SPX, USA500, USA500.IDX, S&P 500 or similar)
Timeframe Live: Any
Timeframe Backtesting: M5 or lower
Balance/Deposit: At least 500 ($/€/£) balance for this EA alone. At least 800 ($/€/£) balance for all four EAs of “Fundamental Series”, otherwise the risk-management does not work as intended.
Leverage (for the symbol): leverage of at least 1:20. Higher is good, but not necessary.
Low spread accounts are usually slightly more profitable but not a must!
Keep in mind, at most brokers the minimum Lot size for US500 is 1 whole Lot!
How to set up (quick setup)
- 20% - high risk
- 15% - medium risk
- 10% - low risk
If you use „Smart Risk“ Mode you need to input the Symbol Leverage (which can differ form the overall Account-Leverage) for correct calculations. If no input is entered, the Account Leverage will be used. Check your brokers website to find infos about that or message me if you can’t find it out.
I recommend to set the Spread-Limit to about three-times the value of a "normal" spread value. If at your broker the spread usually is about 50, then set it to about 150.
- For quicker backtesting, disable the dashboard.
- The EA has only a tiny time window to place or close a trade. When backtesting with higher timeframes it can happen that there is no tick inside the time window. You always need to backtest on the lowest possible timeframe. The number of ticks is more important than the quality of the history data.
- If you use history data from the internet you might need to change the time offset according to the time zone of the history data. If you can't find out the time zone, message me, I will help you find it out.