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August 18 2016, 12:32 AM
There is an official account for GBPCAD. It is published on Volatility Factor EA website: http://www.volatility-factor.com
After a few months, whereby, Wallstreet, has recommended GBPCAD, and GBPCHF, for Volatility Factor, has anyone come up with a demo or real myfxbook account and perhaps a ".set" file for each?August 17 2016, 2:59 PM
June 27 2016, 7:53 AM
News filter is optional. When the news filter is activated the robot will stop trading during important and medium news and events. This makes the robot to trade less than usual. By default the robot doesn't trade 240 minutes before and after any news. This time is too long. Therefore we recommend setting something between 30 - 60 minutes. As we said it is up to you whether to use the news filter or not.
Hi. Question about the news filter function. Should i activate this function? And how many minutes? Thank you!June 27 2016, 7:40 AM
Dear Andrea Lanza,June 14 2016, 7:18 AM
Thank you for sharing your settings for GBPCAD. We have made a quick test and these settings look good at first glance. But before to say anything we would like to make some deep tests with Volatility Factor EA. Perhaps you know most of the forex brokers have a little bit higher spreads on this pair - GBPCAD. We will try to make some optimizations to eliminate the effect of the spread. We will post comment about our results as soon as possible.
Dear Ilios Ellas, We would like to assure you that our forex developers are working very hard to find other currency pairs and other settings which are good for our forex robots. You know that when there is something new related to our forex robots we publish it immediately. Everyone is free to test any custom settings.June 14 2016, 6:49 AM
The winter GMT offset of our broker is +2.June 14 2016, 6:45 AM
>>Could you tell us exactly what is the winter GMT offset of your broker ?May 22 2016, 3:58 AM
Dear Yuochi Lin,May 20 2016, 8:14 AM
Yes, you can use GBPCHF in Volatility Factor v7.1. At the moment, we do not have any values that we can tell you exactly. If you want to use GBPCHF with ADVSettings then you have to test it by yourself.
Dear Alexander,May 20 2016, 8:09 AM
By default the Advanced Settings are disabled. To use the Advanced Settings you have to turn on ADVSettings. Here are the details about how to use the TargetProfit, TradeCount and LotsMultiplier with EURUSD and GBPUSD pairs:
And LotsMultiplier by default is 1.6. It's up to you what multiplier you will use.
Could you tell us exactly what is the winter GMT offset of your broker ?
What do you think about this?May 20 2016, 4:01 AM
Settings for GBPCAD
All parameters are set by Default exept:
I found good result in the short (12 months) and long (7 years) period with Recovery Factor of at least 12
It would be interesting to share more settings and more Pairs in this post
I like the fact that you have worked out the "officially recommended pair settings" for GBPCHF: I will install this recommended pair and "only this pair", until you (Wallstreet) come up with additional settings for other pairs. As a lay person, I don't think you should be asking me or others to fiddle around with settings we know little about. Looking forward to you (Wallstreet) providing us with other "Officially recommended", .set files which we can incorporate without us tampering with the myriad of settings which you provide.May 18 2016, 9:30 PM
Volatility Factor 7.0 only use in EURUSD / GBPUSD two currency.May 18 2016, 3:24 AM
Is it can use in GBPCHF in Volatility Factor 7.1? If it true. What number of TargetProfit and TradeCount set in GBPCHF?
The forbidden hours in our example for GBPCHF are adapted for brokers which winter GMT offset is +2.May 18 2016, 3:22 AM
So if my broker is GMT+3, my setting should be like 8,9,10,11,12,13,14?
Do we have to turn ADVSettings ON in order to use new default settings for EURUSD and GBPUSD (TargetProfit and TradeCount)?
What Lot multiplyer should be for them?