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Its real easy to "code" a trading system in prorealtime using simplified creation (profitable thats another story😎)

https://www.prorealtime.com/en/help-manual/create-trading-systems

I did a system a couple of weeks ago (took me 1 minute😉) and put in on demo forward test

using this indicator

https://www.prorealcode.com/prorealtime-indicators/leo-moving-average-supportresistance/

 

 

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DAX 5 min Long only

Needs a filter to take care of the drawdown in down trend

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DOW 60 min long only

High drawdown and few trades

But seems to handle small downturns well? but what about big ones?

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Why long only?

its better to have two system 1 long and 1 short instead of long and short in the same system

 

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On 24/05/2020 at 12:38, dmedin said:

 

1 week forward testing of "1 minute to build system"

Dax 5 min needs a filter to handle downtrend

Dow only 2 trades

Well i keep it running for fun😎

Interesting to see if it can beat buy and hold (DOW)😉

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I have the DOW system still running on demo (closed Dax in July)

So far only 27 trades in 4 months and still lag buy and hold

Buy and hold 4 000 points and system 3 300 (but with a 219 points trailing stop and max DD 810 points)

Its hard to beat buy and hold when its trendig like this, lets see what happens when we get a correction of 10-20%?

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27 minutes ago, Kodiak said:

So far only 27 trades in 4 months and still lag buy and hold

🤔🤪

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27 minutes ago, Kodiak said:

So far only 27 trades in 4 months and still lag buy and hold

🤔🤪

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