DislikedVery interesting! But why EA can't have same results (btw I sit in Camp B too)? For example I can trade manually using same rules as in my EA. But manually I sometimes skip some entries. It is hard to understand why and hard to program all the possible variants. And that skipped magically not good mostly. May be that's why EA is not so good?Ignored
Interesting discussion. I understand that sometimes EA enters trade that you will not. But how come that cannot be programmed too? It has to be some concrete reason right? If EA becomes too specific because of too many rules, it means that when you trade different trades, you are using different strategies (different method that has to be programmed as another EA). My mind is currently spitted in half whether I should continue my forex study by manual studying (looking at charts, draw lines, demo trade everyday) to gain more insight or continue using my statistics approach (testing more of statistical data and backtest using programming).
BTW could you give an example of when an EA would enter a trade and you will not?