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That's super understandable. Even though the whole point of Expert Advisors is to enjoy trading on auto-pilot, there are a lot of things that need to be done before.
Here is a list of the most common questions I receive and the answers. If you need help with anything that's not here, do not hesitate to contact me via email or Telegram, and I'll be happy to respond to you.
There are not many differences between website or MQL purchases. On MQL, each license comes with 10 VPS terminal activations, while on website it comes with the possibility to use the EAs on 10 different accounts simultaneously, not tied to a specific VPS.
In order to handle these account numbers, you just need to contact me via email or Telegram and I will assist you right away. Moreover, you can get a better price at website than on MQL.
Here are brokers tested by me and EA buyers to have good trading conditions at night: IC Markets, Pepperstone, Tickmill, RannForex, XM, FIBO Group, Coinexx, MT.COOK, ThinkMarkets, AxiTrader. FTMO and MFF prop firms also work well with night scalping.
You may use any of these brokers, conditions there are good enough to get about the same result in the long run as on my signals. However, if you decide to use Tickmill I advise to only use EURUSD and GBPUSD pairs, since recently there were unusually large spread widenings there on cross pairs
It doesn't matter much whether you use MT 4 or MT 5, as the trading algorithm is the same. There are internal differences between platforms, but it's my work as the EA developer so that you won't notice these. Also, there are sometimes different quotes in MT 4 and MT 5, but these differences are usually random.
Most people prefer MT 4, as more brokers support it. MT 5 has a better tester, which I recommend to use. But you can use a freely available demo for testing
Yes, there is a private Telegram group for each EA, that is exclusive for license buyers. You will get an invite after your purchase to your email.
In case you do not receive or happen to miss it, just send me a request via email with your order number. I'll verify you are the real buyer and add you there
Yes. I recommend you to subscribe to it in order to keep track of my latest news and updates: https://t.me/valeryEAs
A lot of buyers have already passed the FTMO Challenge and MFF evaluation using the Night Hunter Pro. Some told about it in the private group for buyers, others told about it in reviews. However, nobody can pass it every month, you need to understand that before proceeding with it.
Here is what you need to know about FTMO: https://t.me/valeryEAs/21 Based on what buyers tell me MFF prop firm offers better trading conditions than FTMO, so chances to pass their Challenge is probably higher than with FTMO Since the Night Hunter Pro and Evening Scalper Pro are comparable in terms of overall trading results, you can use any of these EAs to pass the Challenge/evaluation.
It’s a bit trickier to manage a portfolio of systems to pass prop firms evaluation though, since it’s more difficult to calculate prop risk level with many systems trading at the account at once I recommend changing the comment and UID in your EA settings, so that prop firms won’t be able to easily recognize you using my EAs
It depends on the broker in question. Most brokers are OK with up to 0.5-1 lot size traded at night, while Pepperstone allows having up to 3-3.5 lot size without significant slippages.
Also prop firms usually do not have significant slippages even with enormous lot sizes, since they essentially use demo accounts. All of that is about the Night Hunter Pro EA, while Evening Scalper Pro is about 3 to 5 times more scalable. If you need a bigger lot size, I recommend using a ‘Split Orders’ feature of the Night Hunter Pro EA and also split your deposit across multiple accounts/brokers
Yes, it is advised to switch trading off during these events, especially on weekends. I will notify about such events in my Telegram channel:https://t.me/valeryEAs
No, it is not a problem. However, you won’t be able to use high risks with my EAs with 1:30 leverage. When you have marginal/leverage restrictions I usually recommend trading only a few best pairs (2 best pairs – EURUSD and GBPUSD with the Night Hunter Pro and 4 best pairs with the Evening Scalper Pro).
With the Night Hunter Pro you can use risks of up to 0.01 lot per $133, while trading 2 best pairs. With the Evening Scalper Pro it’s up to about 0.01 lot per $200
I usually recommend starting from this table for the Night Hunter Pro: https://t.me/valeryEAs/84 and from this one for the Evening Scalper Pro: https://t.me/valeryEAs/90 I also recommend expecting about x1.5 drawdown from what you see in the tester (the same goes for any other trading system).
So, for example, if you consider a 30% drawdown the maximum you can handle you should set risks with which your maximum drawdown did not exceed 20% on historical data
It is not necessary to use a VPS, you can run the EA on your home PC. However, most people won’t be comfortable running the PC 24/7, which is why most EA buyers use a VPS service to do that.
The EA itself supports FIFO without problems, so there are no problems in principle here. However, most of the brokers available in the USA provide terrible trading conditions, so profitable scalping is only possible with a few of the US brokers.
I spent a good deal of time testing brokers available for US citizens and so far found only two brokers with trading conditions that allow scalping to be profitable: Oanda and Coinexx. Oanda is heavily regulated, but with worse trading conditions compared to top choices like IC Markets, Pepperstone, RannForex.
I estimate that with risks of 0.01 lot per $100 of your deposit one can have about 50% made per the average year with Oanda (while it is about 100% with other brokers listed above). The other 50% will be eaten away by higher spreads, slippages and commissions. Now, Coinexx provides good trading conditions comparable to IC Markets. But it is an offshore broker, so not everyone will be comfortable working with it
That is a tricky question that does not have a definitive answer. First of all – most scalping systems perform better with trades being left on weekends. However, that also means you can sometimes get on the wrong side of the gap.
Usually gaps are rather small, but at times of high uncertainty and market volatility these may be big enough to cause significant losses. So, I recommend having these trades if the current market situation is stable and to disabled these trades if it is not.
I currently have trades left on weekends on my accounts, although that may be risky.