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  1. #151
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Decided to provide this at try, discussion appears optimistic and consequences so far strong. Just to cofirm, the sole indior I need loaded up on the chart would be that the tma cg mladen for EA? So far no trades have opened, waiting eagerly! picture
    Hey John,

    Welcome aboard.

    The sole customized indior necessary for the EA is TMA CG also it only has to be from the indiors folder for this to work.

    The EA is made to try and avoid watch and fidget for trades in trend, so it can take a while before it starts getting going and the quantity of activity will be dependent upon the number of pairs in trade.

    Let me know if you don't get any over another dayish or so and we can see if you're having any other issues.

  2. #152
    Well...

    Resembles the Revolution has Experienced a decent maiden voyage...

    Very Kewl.. .19 pairs in exchange. . .gridded using a Minimum two pip Grid Size and just $23 from the shit when!

    LOVE IT!

  3. #153
    el
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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    An whole thread and listing of people that helped shape me at FF! LINK Fuck... What an unbelievable Crew!! With the opportunity to learn from itinerant and Sergien these efforts were just seconded . See how many of these guys are kick'n it!
    While reviewing this LINK, it's nearly 4 decades ago. I love the notion of donation you used to give the permit for live trading.

  4. #154
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Well... Looks like the Revolution has had a good maiden voyage... Very Kewl. . .19 pairs in trade. . .gridded with a Minimum 2 pip Grid Size and just $23 in the while closing off over 100 transactions overnight! LOVE IT! picture
    Welcome all....

    I started this morning to the VPS and my real result can be seen here.
    BTW; I installed the default settings on 14 pairs.
    Thank you for providing me the chance to be a part of it.

    And this is my TE

    Cheers

  5. #155
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Thank You for Picking me as tester. I'm your lovers since 2013 when I start to use your Christmas Bot
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Welcome all.... I began this morning to the VPS and my result can be viewed here. BTW; I installed the default settings on 14 pairs. Thank you for providing me the opportunity. And this is my TE Cheers
    Both of you Revolution Testers looking great, as well!!

    Very Nice!

    \m/

  6. #156
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote While reviewing this LINK, it's nearly 4 decades ago. I love the notion of contribution you used to give out the license for live trading.
    We certainly pulled together as a group to help pass the Christmas Spirit!

    Made a bit of cash and had a little fun also. . .but this was apparently just the bi-product of the thread.

    Good Times!

  7. #157
    el
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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote We definitely pulled together as a group to help pass the Christmas Spirit! Made a bit of money and had some fun. . .but that was seemingly just the bi-product of the thread. Good Times!
    I believe the donation soul spreading out is the most significant regardless how much contributions we will have.

  8. #158
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hey , been MIA from this thread for some time, but I have been checking every week or so. I've obtained a new VPS up and running now, so loaded up RevNN 1.2 demo, on a broad spread/no commission account. This is to test an idea I've - If you were to go live with this, there are cashback apps that give around $7 a rounded lot cashback for specific brokers. Together with the the amount of lots that this thing racks up daily, this may add about 25% additional profit per day! On the reverse side, the extra spread may be injurious to the functionality...
    This is definitely worth a shot!

    If you proceed throughout the TE's, 1 thing to appreciate is that they typically never completely Nut a chart for entrances nor exits. . .meaning?

    There is some flex on either side.

    This will help out with a wider spread to help out with the additional gains.

    Question is...

    Are the spreads 25% higher than you can get along with other brokers?

    Because, if they're, you're pretty much at a wash with additional cash back to tighter spreads. . .kind of pound of feathers to pound of bricks, idea.

  9. #159
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote This is definitely worth a shot! If you proceed through the TE's, 1 thing to appreciate is that they typically never completely Nut a chart for entries nor exits. . .meaning? There is some flex on either side. This will help out with a wider spread to help out with the extra gains. Question is... Are the spreads 25% higher than you can get along with different brokers? Because, if they're, you are pretty much at a wash with extra cash back to tighter spreads. . .kind of pound of feathers to pound of bricks, thought.
    Yes on many pairs they are, so you are most likely right. My thinking is that positions will close for $1 anyway, so does it really matter if they have to travel a few extra pips to get there? Therefore, in the event that you could can close out the very same positions almost just as fast, you'd be better away. Of course if tight spreads means that we can close out 4 positions for each 3 that the broad spread account shuts out then we are back to being flat like you state.

  10. #160
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Yes most pairs that they are, so you are most likely perfect. My thinking is that places will shut for $1 anyway, so does it really matter if they have to travel several extra pips to arrive? So in the event that you could can shut out the very same positions nearly just as fast, you'd be better away. Of course if tight spreads signifies we can shut out 4 positions for each 3 the wide spread account closes out then we are back to being flat like you state.
    That is why it would be worth giving a shot. . .doing the calculations manually, with a bend in spread and mad shit at roll over. . .really hard to tell which way things goes.

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