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we have just released OndaFX v1.08 and OndaFX_Scalper v1.08. This update is available in 2 versions: one version compiled on MT4 build 509 and another version compiled on MT4 Build 610. In the download area you’ll find the new files “B610_OndaFX.ex4” and “B610_OndaFX_Scalper.ex4” which can run only on a MT4 build version 610 or higher.
As you probably remember we released the new EA named OndaFX_Scalper just a feww week ago … a sort of “little” brother of OndaFX. You can read more about it here:
The news strategy is solid and we decided that starting from March 1st our new EA OndaFX_Scalper will be sold by itself and no longer part of the “OndaFX package” as it’s now.
So if you’re still deciding if buying OndaFX or not, this can be one more reason to take two at the price of one 😉
Have a great trading day
Andrea and Paolo
we have just released ForteFX v1.10. This update is available in 2 versions: one version compiled on MT4 build 509 and another version compiled on MT4 Build 610. In the download area you’ll find the new file “B610_ForteFX.ex4” which can run only on a MT4 build version 610 or higher.
As you probably know ForteFX is churning profits day after day with our suggested “best settings” and we are now at 58.28% profits after 8 months of trading (current drawdown is only -2.73%).
With the current update v1.10 we hope to improve the performance even more. We have introduced ATR (Average True Range) calculations for both the “order_step” and the “target_profit“. These new features can be enabled by the user through the input settings. By default ForteFX v1.10 works with a fixed order_step and a fixed target_profit like the previous version.
We believe that using proper ATR settings ForteFX can sensibly improve its profitability.
As an example the following table shows how ForteFX can cash substantially more money when it comes out from a drawdown period (in other words when its total exposure on a given pair gets increasingly larger):
At the same time trades get placed at a more reasonable distance when the “atr order step” is enabled, since ForteFX requires a larger distance from a trade and the next one when volatility increases.
If you want to have an idea of the steady progression of ForteFX during the last few months you can give a look at these monthly posts:
The good news is that if you are considering adding ForteFX to your trading arsenal this is just the right time Here is a 25% DISCOUNT COUPON code that you can use:
Don’t delay because this coupon is only valid until February 28th: http://pimpmyea.com/fortefx
Have a great trading day
we have just released One4All v1.08. This is the first product in our store available in 2 versions: one version compiled on MT4 build 509 and another version compiled on MT4 Build 610. In the download area you’ll find the new files “B610_one4all_client.ex4” and “B610_one4all_server.ex4” which can run only on a MT4 build version 610 or higher.
Coding One4All under Build 610 was harder than expected, but fortunately the new version is now completed and it has several advantages over the v1.07:
- cross-compatibility between the “old” (like 509) and “new” (like 610) MT4 build versions
- advanced filtering on the client side (now available both “negative” filetring and “positive” filtering)
- server more efficient in duplicating the trades coming from the clients
- the one4all_server_script is no longer needed since the server selects the clients it wants to accept connections from
Let’s illustrate with some picture the new features of One4All v1.08.
First of all you can make it work on a mixed environment with both MT4 build 509 and MT4 build 610 (this is a common situation for several traders at the moment, because not all brokers have migrated to Build 600 yet):
Secondly the client can “filter out” trades that match given conditions (like in the previous v1.07) OR it can only allow trades that match given conditions. We call “negative filtering” the first setup (which is enabled by default) and “positive filtering” the second setup (which you can enable putting negative_filter=false in the input settings). The following picture is just an example of 1 of the 4 filters available:
And finally, we’ve added a new input setting “client_numbers” in the server, so that it is more efficient in acquiring the trades coming from the clients, and at the same time it is a lot easier dropping out specific clients (as a matter of fact the “one4all_server_script” is no longer needed and we have removed it from the download area):
I hope you enjoy the new version of One4All and stay tuned because we are releasing several other updates of other products in the coming days 😉
Have a pip-filled day!