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    Ilan VardyIlan Vardy

    Hi all,

    I am very new to trading.

    I have done a number of the algorithmic trading courses.

    I’ve noticed that, while going through your processes using EA
    Studio, the strategy options are not always the same. For example, in
    the top 10 USDCAD EAs in 2020 course, you use the Walk Forward, Monte
    Carlo and Multi Market validations, and in the Acceptance Criteria,
    you use Minimum backtest quality, count of trades, profit factor and
    r-sqaured, however, in the Top 10 EURUSD course, you only use Monte
    Carlo for validation, and Minimum count of trades and profit factor,
    as well as In and Out of Sample (training) part for Acceptance
    criteria. I understand the software evolves, and your strategies
    change as more features are available, but currently, which is the
    best strategy to follow?


    Hey Ilan,

    Glad to hear from you and welcome to the Forum.

    Yes, right, I use different settings when creating the strategies, but this is because I want to create different strategies.

    If we always use the same settings, the EAs will be very similar, and we will not have risk diversification.

    The ones that are necessary at all times are the Monte Carlo and the Min Count of trades( the bigger number the better).

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