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    EA that can trade through all market conditions

    Hi


    there are lots of mixed feelings about EA's because EA's may be programmed to take advantage of specific type of market condition or pattern.

    BUT

    The biggest problem is when the market state varies.

    I wanted to know what the EA expert thinks of these theory:

    When an EA could survive the USD / JPY from 01 / 01 / 2014 till present then it could exchange all market conditions right. I mean look at the a screenshot of the market for the year



    We have low range, low volatility, big range big volatility, enormous moves, weeks of ranging etc

    What do you think about the idea....Am I right in my announcement If an EA could survive the USD / JPY from 01 / 01 / 2014 till present then it could exchange all market conditions right. I mean look at the a screenshot of the market for the year????

    OR am I missing some type of market state that could occur?


    PLEASE NOTE I'M NOT SELLING AN EA OR ANYTHING JUST ASKING A QUESTION....

    Thanks for your time

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    I am working on this idea. I would say the simple answer is if you're telling an ea to choose 1 type of entrance egy or take advantage of a market state, the solution is NO. Due to the specific point you are currently making. In case you have it will work in trends and fail in ranges. In case you have an EA that takes advantage of ranges it will work in ranges, and fail in trends. In case you have an EA that is countertrend, it will fail in trend markets.

    Then you can have all your filters and attempt to avoid all these disadvantages, to avoid trades that don't adapt to this egy. But, that has its challenges too.

    That is why you visit EA's that average, grid, or martingale as they are trying to adapt to the reality. To put it differently, they do not need to pick a egy, they can simply try to average out of a terrible transaction. The issue is usually they have drawdowns or all blow up.

    That having been said, I think it's possible. But you have to have a egy that can handle several conditions and accommodate. It would require an Money management egy as well. Now that is the challenge. Whatever can be carried out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'm actually working on this specific idea. I would say the simple answer is if you're telling an ea to choose one kind of entrance egy or take advantage of a particular market state, the solution is NO. Because of the specific point you are currently making. In case you experience an EA that is taking advantage of trends it will work in tendencies and fail in ranges. IF you've got an EA that takes advantage of ranges it will work in ranges, and fail in tendencies. IF you have an EA that is countertrend, it will fail in trend markets. Then you can have all of your filters and attempt and...
    I said I have such EA

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi There are plenty of mixed feelings about EA's because EA's may be programmed to take advantage of specific type of market condition or pattern. BUT The problem is when the market condition changes. I wished to know what the EA pro thinks of the following hypothesis: If an EA would endure the USD / JPY from 01 / 01 then it could trade all market requirements. I mean consider the a screenshot of this market for the entire year image We've low range, low volatility, big range big volatility, massive moves, weeks...
    According to this vote result: almost 60% members have been voting against on the statement that is the truth.

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