PhiBase Synergy live forward test
Trading style: attempts to capture large market moves based on several chart patterns; uses a trailing stop.
Currency pairs: EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCHF
EA price: $350
License: 2 live accounts, 2 demo accounts
NFA compliance: yes
Refund policy: none
Read more at the PhiBase Synergy website
Note: the EA changed its name from PhiBase Pro to PhiBase Synergy when v3.2 was released during the 2nd half of July 2012.
Birt’s forward test
Settings: default (Max_Allocation_Per_Trade 10.0, Geometrical_MM true)
Account type: live, micro
Starting balance: $300
Currency pairs: EURUSD
Current version: 4.03
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Account type: live
Starting balance: $3000
Currency pairs: EURUSD, USDCHF
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All backtests were performed with v1.23. Newer versions might display better performance.
History center data, spread 1.5
Tick data, real spread
The EURUSD backtest is very good as you can see in the charts above, but the other two pairs aren’t keeping up the same pace. The vendor mentioned that the standalone strategies for GBPUSD and USDCHF will not be profitable when the parameters aren’t updated based on the price action, which I understand will happen 3-4 times per year. Quote from the vendor regarding the two additional pairs (GBPUSD & USDCHF):
It is optional for the users to choose running these additional pairs. We do not recommend running these pairs for stand-alone trading using the recommended parameters.