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April 2020 – “Turtle EUR” backtest available

Hello traders,
I added to myfxbook the latest backtest that I have made about the “Turtle EUR” system.

You can find it here:

EURUSD – https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/turtle-eur-eurusd/227953
GBPUSD – https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/turtle-eur-gbpusd/227960
AUDUSD – https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/turtle-eur-audusd/227967

Here you can find also “April 2020.zip”, the latest backtests and .set files.

If you want to compare the backtests with the real account, you’ll find that the opening and closing time between the trades are almost identical.
If in the real account some operations are missing, it is because I manually disabled the pair, since an operation is already open.

Regards
Andrea Lanza

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25 Comments

  1. Victor Ramirez Victor Ramirez

    Just amazing! Thank you Andrea.

  2. Ricardo Ricardo

    Thank you Andrea! I had a question, the .set file of the april 2020 file is the current turtle eur system configuration?

    Regards.

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Yes,
      it’s the actual configuration.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

  3. CHRIZ CHRIZ

    Hi Andrea,

    I just bought the WallStreet Forex Robot 2.0 Evolution Expert Advisor last night, because interest on proven consistency Turtle EUR Performance.

    My e-mail address for account member WallStreet Forex Robot 2.0 Evolution is chriz2110@yahoo.com

    After read the instruction, and install it on my MT4 Platform, I do forward test on Demo Account.

    I observe the EA, at the begining, the EA doesn’t trade on EURUSD, GBPUSD & USDJPY. Later, the EA trades just 3 position, and already closed with profit.

    What is the logic rule / condition for this EA to trade ?

    When I I just notice, why Loss / Profit Ratio per trade is so Big, around 7.45x ?

    Thanks

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      by purchasing with Wallstreet you purchased 4 engines, which of these are you referring to?
      If you are referring to Wallstreet Recovery PRO Evolution (which is the one used by Turtle EUR) and you’re using my settings, then it should open operations almost identical to mine.
      Almost, because I realized that sometimes there can be differences between brokers and brokers.
      I don’t know the internal logic, I don’t have the executables available.
      Let me know at the next operation if your engine works together with mine.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

  4. CHRISTIAN TJAHJADI CHRISTIAN TJAHJADI

    Hi, yesterday, I attach WallStreet-2.0 Evolution_v1.2

    I have just read your latest backtest that you have made about the “Turtle EUR” system.

    Your EA s WallStreet RecoveryPro Evo v1.3.
    Today I do foward test WallStreet RecoveryPro Evo v1.3 on EURUSD, GBPUSD, dan USDJPY with M15 Timeframe.

    So, the Turtle EUR is identical with WallStreet RecoveryPro Evo v1.3 with your .set files ?

    Can I attach these 2 EA:
    1. WallStreet 2.0 Evolution v1.2
    2. Wallstreet RecoveryPro Evo v1.3

    into simultaneously for each Pairs EURUSD, GBPUSD, dan USDJPY ?

    Thank you & best regards

    Chriz

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      you can use the .set files for Wallstreet Recovery PRO Evolution only.
      Yes, you can open two m15 chart for each pair and then attach both engine.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

  5. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN

    Hi, I am thinking, if I would like to trade GBPUSD, EURUSD and USDJPY with WallStreet Recovery Pro. My budget $1,000 for each currency pair.

    GBPUSD: $1,000 , EURUSD: $1,000, USDJPY: $1,000. Total Budget $3,000 in 1 trading account. It is possible ? How to set this EA on my trading account ?

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      you can use one metatrader account with 3.000$ and three charts (EURUSD, GBPUSD and USDJPY) all set to M15 timeframe.
      Then you can attach the EA on each chart.
      If you need, you can download my settings for EURUSD, GBPUSD and AUDUSD.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

  6. Mac Stef Mac Stef

    Hi!
    I tried to run the EA on my PC some months ago, too.
    I did not like it. I used Think Markets as Broker with an “Zero”-Account. This account type is faster than a standard accound, causes lower slippage at copytrading, but you pay a commission for every trade, depending on the lotsize. What you win with lower slippage is the same as you loose with the commissions, but the swap is better and if trans alre held for a long time, a zero account is better.
    Back to topic.
    I didn’t like to run the EA myself, because the trades were definitely NOT the same as on Turtle.

    So I decides to stay with copytrading via myfxbook.
    I made a little statistic: In 2020, Turtle had an average win of 10,1 Pips per trade (until today), without Recorytrades and the negativ closed trades that belong to it.
    On my Zero-Account at ThinkMarkets I have had an average slippage of 0,7 Pips.

    So I have losses due to slippage of about 7,1 %.

    Kind regards,

    Stefan

    • Victor Ramirez Victor Ramirez

      So Mac,

      You dont recommend buy the EA and configure directly?

      Regards,

  7. PLtrader PLtrader

    Hello Andrea and thanks again for sharing your experiences. You currently manage 3 currency pairs together (EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD) on a single PAMM account TURTLE EUR. If we use your optimized setup each month, should I leave the value of MAX ACCOUNT TRADE = 1 to work in the same way ? In other words: on TURTLE EUR live account , what is the value of the MAX ACCOUNT TRADE parameter of each currency setup ? Thank you for your answer.

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      MaxAccountTrades is referred for one pair.
      Theoretically you can have 3 main trades open at the same time (1 for EURUSD, 1 for GBPUSD and 1 for AUDUSD).
      But remember that when one trade is open, I manually disable the other two pair still closed, to avoid eccessive risk.
      Sorry for my english…

      Regards
      Andrea

  8. Victor Ramirez Victor Ramirez

    Hi Andrea,

    Im currently wathching the results of Grid Master PRO FM from the same guys of this EA (Recovery PRO) and really looks like Recovery Pro but starting with low lots and increasing with AD trades and finally a RECOVERY trade, what do you think about this method? Is this include in the offer of wallstreet guys? I think we can have a backtest o f this method of course separete from the current Turtle EUR.

    Any information will be grateful.

    Kind regards,

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      unfortunately I have not had the opportunity to test the engine, it must be purchased separately but fxAutomater always offers discounts.
      Now I don’t have much time to do other backtests, I prefer to focus on Turtle and then that is a grid system and it is always difficult to convince the signal provider to publish it.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

      • Victor Ramirez Victor Ramirez

        Thank you Andrea, very kind

  9. Acer Acer

    Okay, I see some of your backtests and as per your rules, they wouldn’t be possible right? Like the AUDUSD backtest.
    37.94% is the MAXIMUM drawdown of the EA. However, you have previously said that, if the recovery trade fails and all goes badly, that you will have an emergency stoploss of 30%, correct? So 37% Drawdown would not be possible in forward testing, right?

    Am I missing something?

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      no the backtests are correct, although, they always remain backtests.
      In real trading there may be some small differences.
      The 30% drawdown is a limit that I have imposed on myself, if it happens, the operations must be closed manually.
      The engine does not have a stoploss and, once the recovery is opened, or it closes in gain or it goes into stopout.

      Regards
      Andrea Lanza

  10. Ahmed Ahmed

    got one uestion. the recovery is only 1 trade. what happen if that trade it turn to be he bad decision? that mean the only hope is for a recovery otherwise it will need to manually stop it. did i get it right?

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      yes you’re right.
      The strategy does not use a stoploss and if even the recovery trade fails, the last chance is to manually close both operations.
      Those who follow this strategy must accept its risks.

      Regards
      Andrea

  11. Jackson Jackson

    Hi Andrea,

    Using the EA with your set file, may i know will the EA close the trade if it is on profit or have to manually close?

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      open trades are managed by the engine and are always closed automatically once the profit is reached.
      Of course, there must always be the engine running with a stable connection.

      Regards
      Andrea

  12. laurhaq laurhaq

    Hello Andrea,

    Thank you for your blog.

    I bought WallstreetPro2.
    I don’t see how to integrate your setting data.
    In fact, in your setting file, there is much more information than in the “official” setting.

    your settings :

    WinLargeFonts=0
    WinLargeFonts,F=0
    WinLargeFonts,1=0
    WinLargeFonts,2=1
    WinLargeFonts,3=1
    Magic=456321
    Magic,F=0
    Magic,1=456321
    Magic,2=0
    Magic,3=0
    EA_Comment=
    MaxSpread=3.00000000
    MaxSpread,F=0
    MaxSpread,1=3.00000000
    MaxSpread,2=0.00000000
    MaxSpread,3=0.00000000
    Slippage=2
    Slippage,F=0
    Slippage,1=2
    Slippage,2=0
    Slippage,3=0
    etc…

    WS Pro 2 evolution setting :

    WinLargeFonts=0
    Magic=456321
    EA_Comment=
    MaxSpread=3.00000000
    Slippage=2
    etc….

    In addition, I noticed that you have not integrated the setting for AUDUSD.

    Thank you for your job…

    Laurent

    • Andrea Lanza Andrea Lanza

      Hello,
      in my latest backtest file “April 2020.zip” that you can find here there are all 3 pairs (EURUSD, GBPUSD and AUDUSD) with backtest and settings.
      Make sure that you are using “Wallstreet Recovery PRO Evolution” (the latest version is 1.3), go to the settings tab and click on load button.
      Here you can load the “.set” files that you can find inside the ZIP file.

      Regards
      Andrea

      • laurhaq laurhaq

        Thank you very much
        Laurhaq

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