under “Links” section I added the link “Backtests & Settings”.
Here you can find Turtle EUR Backtests & Settings that I made at the end of each month (starting from June 2018).
Leave me a comment if you have problem to download it (these files are in my dropbox space).
Why does your account have so many deposits and so many withdrawals? is it to help recover the stop loss with the martingale and reduce the drawdown rate? please be sincere because I am willing to invest in your system
these deposit and withdraw are not mine.
Turtle EUR is a PAMM Investment Account running on Alpari broker.
The investors can deposit and withdraw at any time.
Did you code the EA “WallStreet_RecoveryPro_Evo_v1.1”?
Is it possible to buy this EA?
Regards from faithful follower Vera
WallStreet Recovery PRO Evolution is a commercial software and you can find it here: https://www.wallstreet-forex.com/
Keep in mind, however, that I use different settings from those of default.
I think that my settings are more safer and long term profitable.
Are you still using your former EA “Pecolla”?
I bought Wallstreet EA in 2011, at that time it did not perform very well. Amazing that they are still developping it. Apparently it’s not one of the many junk EAs.
no, Pecolla is an old project and I’m not using it anymore.
As for Wallstreet, I think he is a good expert advisor, the project is still under development and sometimes they release new versions.
It would be better for me to perform backtests and use instead of default values, different optimizations depending on the currency pair you use.
In addition, the performance depends very much on the broker used, the spread, the slippage etc …
Recently I started a new signal, Turtle EUR – SL that uses WallStreet FOREX Robot Evolution and WallStreet ASIA.
It’s just at the beginning, let it run and see how it perform.
A new signal?
I am curious about that!
Nice weekend to you!
Apropos new signal:
What is the difference between turtle and your second signal at signal start, ciccio?
I hope Turtle stays for free and available at myfxbook. Signal Start is difficult to handle and very fast in collecting fees but the support is very lame.
Auto renew function of fees is automatically set without you have been asked. In my feeling this platform is untrustworthy and dangerous.
Ciccio EUR strategy is exactly the same as Turtle EUR.
The only differences are different broker with different leverage, spread and slippage.
Hi Andrea. I’ve been following your signals for a long time. The fact that Turtle EUR did not have the SL, I do not like it very much. I’m very curious about the new Turtle EUR SL signal. Can you say something more or if you have back tests to publish?
Turtle EUR – SL uses slightly different settings than Turtle EUR.
The fact that it use the stop loss also allows me to have more currency pair involved and a slightly higher level of risk.
Soon I will publish the backtest and engine settings on my blog.
The signal has just been started, let it run and see how it perform.
I put it online as a result of the many requests had about the fact that many investors wanted to have a stop loss and anyway with this strategy there will be months in gain and months in loss, like all normal strategies.
How can your settings in the .set file be applied?
Is there any file to be replaced by your .set file or how does it work?
in the Expert Advisor properties, go to “Inputs” tab.
At the bottom you can find the “Load” button, click on it and then load the .set file.
The parameters will be replace by the .set file.
Now, I can see the changes in the EA Window in the chart.