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We use the default settings of the robot on our real-money account. We have only set 1% risk. The other settings are with the default values.September 17 2015, 4:12 PM
Hello,August 26 2015, 9:29 PM
Which settings do you use on this monitoring:
thanks for building such good trading eas,i'm using all the wallstreet robot at very low risk with recovery on and feel very safe ,it is all about mm, if you use the right amount of risk you can get a nice monthly profit at low riskAugust 23 2015, 6:47 PM
Dear Yury,July 07 2015, 3:40 PM
The account you ask about uses the default settings. No any modifications.
Yury:July 07 2015, 12:16 PM
Which settings do you use on this monitor:
Yes, the tests before 2008 are disabled simply because the recovery strategy is optimized for the latest market conditions after 2008. As for your backtest issues with AUDUSD, we suggest to open a support ticket from our member area and our team will assist you.May 11 2015, 3:40 PM
2 qustions please.May 08 2015, 6:27 PM
1- On backtest it does not open any positions before 2008. Am I doing something wrong or you locked it for some reason?
2- I'm unable to backtest AUDUSD, it keep saying, waiting..... and only trade in the last weeks of the all history. Is it normal?
Thank you all for the interest! We will answer to all your questions and concerns:May 08 2015, 9:58 AM
Mark Griffin, we would not say that this is a typical martingale system. Martingale does not work the way that WallStreet Recovery PRO works. Our robot opens only one additional trade and the risk is beforehand specified by the trader. Furthermore, the additional trade is triggered only during specific conditions, unlike more martingale systems. Our point is that if you trade with reasonable risk, your account should be safe enough and long-term profitable.
MARCELLO LO SAURO, we trade on more pairs to show customers the performance of as many pairs as possible. Our developers always have to monitor how pairs perform. However, we recommend EURUSD and GBPUSD because they perform safer - we want the best for our customers and safety is always first.
HIDEKUNI TAKAO, the GMT offset calculation for this EA is automatic. It is not necessary to adjust anything.
Could you tell me how to set the GMT offset in the recovery edition?May 06 2015, 11:54 AM
Hi, I'd like to know, why on your real system account you use eurusd, gbpusd, usdjpy and audusd, and here you recommend to use only on eurusd and gbpusd?May 05 2015, 5:23 PM
Seems that a martingale-like risk management system is now employed. Very dangerous.May 05 2015, 2:53 PM