This time it is the year 2016 that we are trading for the Australian against the Canadian dollar. The risk setting is 6.
Getting something that works is the goal for each trader. So here is how I did that for my Robot Trading System.
First I coded something that was able to trade and produce a result. That first result was not very good, but it was something that could be measured.
Afterwards I changed one thing and tried to improve that lousy result. If I could do that for one currency pair, I would try to also do it for other currency pairs and other trading years.
If the results were better, I would go with the new approach.
If the results were worse, I would undo the change and change something else.
The goal was to find something that could produce a profit for at least 10 years in at least 10 currency pairs.
And to find the best way to do that, I changed different things and also did the reverse test.
The reverse test is to do the opposite of what you think is working to prove that it really produces a measurable advantage or disadvantage.
If you are interested to find something that gives you an advantage, you probably would like to watch the other performance videos on RobotTradingSystem.com – or wherever you get your trading performance videos.