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  1. #21
    90573Micardo,

    I'm very interested in the method you guys are developing and that I do not think there is a difficulty to execute the system in an EA (or EAs). But before we start coding, can you guys provide a backtesting result of about 2 monthes? In that way we could get some notion of the profitability, and it can help you improving the maturity of the logic supporting the system.

    You may post your specs here too, some of the testers here might be considering manual testing .




    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    AHA.... I have read a number of your articles and like where you're coming from....

    Within the daily range thread myself along with some other traders have come up with 4 distinct versions of a daily range egy which we'd like backtested over a period of possible decades. We'd like to acquire on a month of hwat every system accomplishes pip wise and then clearly what the drawdown is.

    The egies are extremely easy to comprehend and are completely mechanical in nature.

    I have written detailed specs for all of these and am just finalising the finer details.

    Can it be possible for you guys here to again examine it for us then possible compose an EA to go with it?

    I Guarentee you that these variant are profitable in the short term but we need to know more about the very long run and after that need to be able to automate it. This is something which everyone will gain from:--RRB-

    Please let me know if this will be possible and that I shall post the specs.

  2. #22
    95945Aha I can post the results without any issue but I was really hoping you guys might right some sort of code to backtest several years... is this possible?

  3. #23
    90573No problem. If the short term outcome is promising, we will do it.



    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Aha I can post the results without any problem but I was actually hoping you guys might right some sort of code to backtest many years... is this possible?

  4. #24
    90573OK I will have all that information for you by the end of the weekend.... Is that ok?

    So I will provide you with:

    Summary Results for each system

    Specifiion for each system Also

  5. #25
    That's ok. Looks like your confidence is based on analyzing result, not just theory. . I am looking forward to those info.

    BTW, please let me know if you prefer to keep it private. But in that case I will still need to talk about it (by email) together with the developers and testers within this thread, simply to ensure the standard of the EA.


    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    OK I will have all of that info for you by the end of the weekend.... Is that ok?

    So I will provide you with:

    Summary Outcomes for each system

    Specifiion for each system as well

  6. #26
    90573Thank you very much AHA....

    No we don't need it to be personal.... A community that is were :--RRB-.

    In the end of tha day should those versions work long duration then it will be a nice gift that we can give into the FF community:-)

  7. #27
    90573Then it'd be fantastic if you can post the specs and analyzing result here with this thread... Saving me time to email them into the team.



    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thank you very much AHA....

    No we do not need it to be personal.... A community that is Have been :--RRB-.

    At the end of tha day if those versions work long term then It'll Be a nice gift that we can contribute into the FF community:--RRB-

  8. #28
    90573
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Man, 100 pips SL and 8-24 pips profit will get you no where. That means you'll have to win about 4-11 times greater than loss to break even. I'd maintain a -3 risk return ratio.
    Aha,

    I know what you meant with ratio. This cash monagement was too taken by me when searching for systems for weeks before two weeks ago. On August, I began to try out LBT and obtained 100% winning rate for three weeks to my reside micro account. I'd learnt from this frame that if I prepared my cash management egy based on winning rate such as 60%-80percent (20%-40% bad trades,) I constantly must keep 1:2-3 RR ratio. But when my mindset was correct and anticipated only good trades, my mindset could tolerate 1-5 fold of potential drawdown from goal and left room for market to swing back to my initial goal. This gave me 100% winning rate.

    Within my TD-Combo's two weeks backtest, about 20%-40% of the trades weren't closed right after opening. There were approximately 1-5 trades (brief or lengthy ) were opened and closed before above trades hitted their initial goal.

    My conclusion is there is not any holy grail (100% winning rate) in this world and maximum winning rate is going to be 80% if I keep my 1:2-3 RR ratio.

    I am not saying that this really is for everyone especially new traders. What I believe is if one's mindset is nicely prepared, he/she can select egy of either 50% winning rate with 1:3 RR ratio, or winning rate .

    Yesterday I took a quick manual backtest to get TD-Seq's complete countdown to get 1-min chart for previous three days. The goal was like 5-min and there were countdowns every day. The end result was 99% winning rate for 5:1 RR ratio and 50%-70% for 1:1 RR ratio. The 1 percent losing commerce was because one trade's 8pips goal was hitted but maybe not 16pips goal, after a 50pips drawback. So sensible cut was approximately 20-30pips for this commerce if it was traded real-time. Practical reward was 5 (average trades for half a day ) x 11pips (average target price after disperse deduction) x 3 days = 165pips.

    TD-Combo's complete countdown was too few (about 1 per 1-2 times ) for me to check.

    Hoh

    P.S.. In case you're interested in my LBT transactions, then I holds it for pure LBT appliion. I am now searching one indior/price pattern to combine with LBT because my mindset was not ready when I increased my commerce size 30 folds of my initial winning rate live test. (This was my serious mistake but I'd learnt that my mentality was not ready for this big of commerce size )

  9. #29
    90573Understood. . Everybody is different but we just have to find.



    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Aha,

    I understand what you meant by healthy ratio. I too took this cash monagement seriously if looking for systems for months before two months ago. On August, I started to try LBT and got 100% winning rate for three weeks for my live account. I'd learnt from this frame that if I ready my cash direction egy based on winning rate for example 60%-80% (20%-40% poor trades,) I constantly must keep 1:2-3 RR ratio. But when my mindset had been correct and expected great trades, my mindset could tolerate 1-5 fold of drawdown and left room for market to swing back into my goal. This gave me 100% winning rate.

    In my TD-Combo's two months backtest, roughly 20%-40% of the trades were not closed right after opening. There were approximately 1-5 trades (short and/or long) were opened and closed before above trades hitted their original goal.

    My conclusion is there is not any holy grail (100% winning rate) in this world and maximum winning rate is going to be 80% if I keep my 1:2-3 RR ratio.

    I'm not saying that this is for everyone especially new traders. What I mean is if one's mindset is ready, he/she can select egy of either 50% winning rate with 1:3 RR ratio, or 99% winning rate with 5:1 RR ratio.

    Yesterday I took a quick manual backtest for TD-Seq's complete countdown for 1-min chart for previous three days. The goal was same as 5-min and there were countdowns every day. The result has been 99% winning rate for 5:1 RR ratio and 50%-70% for 1:1 RR ratio. The 1 trade was because one trade's 8pips goal was hitted but maybe not 16pips goal, after a 50pips possible drawback. So cut dropped was approximately 20-30pips for this trade if it had been traded real time. Practical reward was 5 (average trades for half day) x 11pips (average target price after spread deduction) x 3 days = 165pips.

    TD-Combo's complete countdown was too few (roughly 1 per 1-2 times ) for me to test.

    Hoh

    P.S.. In the event you're interested in my LBT transactions, then I holds it for pure LBT appliion. I'm now searching one indior/price pattern to combine with LBT because my mindset was not ready when I raised my trade size 30 folds of my 100 rate live evaluation. (This was my serious mistake but I'd learnt that my mindset was not ready for this large of trade size)

  10. #30
    90573hans you are da man!
    I will take a look at the code and then proceed through the logic. If it is logical, then I will do some backtesting to get a system I have in mind which unites TDREI, priceaction and TD combo\Seq..

    Cheers



    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I discovered 2 variations for TDREI. But I didn't test it or verify the code to Follow Demark instructions

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