ConcertoFX


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CONCERTO FX BUILDS PROFITS WITH AN ORCHESTRA OF TRADING INSTRUMENTS


Basket trading has always been one of our favorite trading strategies for being automated.

Nothing like an EA is able to manage a large number of instrument at the same time, and let them build profit all together until a target profit is reached.

That’s what ConcertoFX and that’s where its name came.

It checks a quite high number of crosses (by default 28) over a certain number of time frames (by default 6) for conditions to open trades in the trend direction.

That means checking conditions on a total of 168 charts!

For a human being that would be impossible. And that’s what EAs are made for. Trade strategies that only a software could trade.

ConcertoFX comes from months of human manual trend analysis over a limited number of instruments charts, that then have been applied to all the instruments made by the cross of the 8 major currencies (AUD, CAD, CHF, EUR, GBP, JPY, NZD and USD).

You can trade more or less.

For example you can add “exotic” crosses or reduce the set of instruments to only the 7 USD based crosses. You can use commodities like Gold, Silver and Oil or even add stocks or stock indexes for a full inter-market strategy.

It makes not difference for ConcertoFX as long as you have data for it to crunch!

WHY IS CONCERTOFX DIFFERENT FROM OTHER BASKET TRADING EAS?

What makes the difference between one basket trading strategy and the other are the rules for opening the orders.

ConcertoFX does a simple trend analysis but applied to multiple timeframes.

The main trend analysis we use is based on our beloved Heiken Ashi bars. We look at their “direction” over 6 timeframes (but you can choose more or less) and if all the timeframes are in the same direction, we open a trade in that direction.

Here’s an example screenshot showing an example analysis on NZDUSD over 6 timeframes where we can see that all the timeframes are short (and the EA opened a sell trade):

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It’s that simple.

By default the timeframes we use are from the 15M to the Weekly one so: 15M, 30M, 1H, 4H, D1, W1. If the Heiken Ashi bars are all red (short) we open a short trade. If the Heiken Ashi are all white (long) we open a long trade.

Multiply that for 28 pairs and you got the whole strategy.

The number of timeframes and mostly the lower timeframe taken used for trend calculation, determine how easy it’ll be to open trades. We suggest you not to go below 15M unless you want to try it to do some “scalping” by using lower timeframes. We haven’t tried it yet but it may be an interesting approach.

WHAT HAPPENS IF THE TREND CHANGES?

We consider a trend change when all the timeframes go in the opposite direction from the one that cause the first open order.

Well we have 3 options here:

  1. Hedging: opening an order in the opposite direction of the same lot size of the original one. That means that we lock the losses. So if for example we opened the first trade short with 0.1 lots, if the trend changes and goes in the opposite direction, we open a long one with 0.1 lots so that in total we have 0 lots open (-0.1 + 0.1 = 0). This is the default one.
  2. Hedging with Reverse: opening a new order with double the lot size of the first one. So if for example we opened the first trade short with 0.1 lots, if the trend changes and goes in the opposite direction, we open a long one with 0.2 lots so that in total we are now long 0.1 lots (-0.1 + 0.2 = +0.1)
  3. Close and Revert: this is the option that need to be chosen by all those with accounts not allowing hedging (USA citizens). Basically it is the equivalent of point 2.

ConcertoFX uses Heiken Ashi to calculate trend over all the timeframes.

Heiken Ashi means “average bar” in Japanese, and it’s a technique used to better focus on long term trends and not being distracted by short term ones. This is done by smoothing (averaging) bars OHLC values. Heiken Ashi are a very good way to regular smooth bars without adding lagging.

We are already working on adding the PotenzaFX indicator as a trend analysis indicator and the updated version will soon be available.

PERFORMANCES

We’ve been running it on our forward test account and performances are actually above 20% per month (26.5% in total now) with a REAL DD of maximum around 25%.

That means that after the first month of trading you’ll unlikely touch your initial account value, but it’ll work only using profits.

That is what we were aiming at and we reached our target.

Here is MyFXbook of the actual performances of the forward test account:

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SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE FIRST 100 COPIES


For the first 100 copies only:

  • We’ll apply a 33% discount (-$80) over the regular price ($229,99).

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But this time we want to do more…

  • You’ll also get a free 3 months Elite membership (value $39.99), giving you access to all our indicators and EAs available in PimpMyEA.com website.

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IF YOU ARE AN ELITE MEMBER


You’ll soon receive an email with all the instructions to download ConcertoFX for FREE! That’s why you are an Elite member 😉

If you don’t get the email within the next 24 hours, please check your spam folder or contact us.

WHAT YOU GET


  • ConcertoFX EA
  • ONLY FOR THE FIRST 100: 3 Months Of Elite Membership!
  • An online manual with detailed instructions
  • email support

Ready To Buy?

If you are interested in the ConcertoFX EA you can buy it from here.


 


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ConcertoFX EA (for MT4 – any Build version) – $149,99 (-33% off regular price of $229,99)
The EA works on every MT4 platform.The license is for one live account and any demo account.

  • ConcertoFX EA
  • 3 months of Elite Membership
  • An online manual with instructions
  • Email Support

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