Prime Suspect

Filed Under (EA System) by Casey on 24-02-2010

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Long before I gotten the email from EAKAIN, I actually got an email from the developer of Primeval himself… Now… it took me quite some time to get this going… I started off by asking him if he would put his states on myfxbook… And he did…

(Had to include a snapshot rather than a direct link because if this system is deleted so is this graph. If you don’t see any graph below means that it has been deleted. Therefore, just click on the image above to see if the owner has any other new publish graph to show)

And as you can see… pretty amazing huh… I was relatively impress with it… I guess one of the reason why some people think that EAKAIN is Primeval… because not only is it a scalper that is shown here but also the currency pair that is trade is very same with an exception of GBPUSD which Primeval supports

Now Sergio was kind enough to forward to me a copy after I begged him… It was right about the same time when I was digging up dirt on EAKAIN… So at the same time, I also did my digging of Primeval and how to do this? Well… by begging of course… :)

Sorry Sergio… but I had to decompile to have a look at the codes. There were a lot of talks that Primeval is the same as EAKain which is the same as MegaDroid and knowing me I just had to know…

So what did I find out?

Nothing…

The codes were scrambled and from what I have gathered… It’s a nice piece of work in terms of security and all the coding here and there…

I really had to squinch my eyes to really try to get a good read on the codes… But alas… my technical ability is limited.

However… as it is relatively complex (to what I believe the coding to be) the EA kind of slang in the backtesting section… Probably because my desktop is really slow. It took me like 6 hours to backtest one year…. and having said that, I have not even completed my backtesting results…

Other forums were saying it takes two hours to backtest one year and I am going to assume that they have a more powerful desktop than me.

It was either that… or the number of call functions to the dll files were really crazy… about 50 call functions to the dll file. Could that be the reason for slow backtesting? I don’t know… I just speculate it here.

I sighed… while it could have shown a lot of promised, I could not backtest it or rather I could not put the effort to backtest it and wait for a day just to see how it turns out…

(Side Note: I am in the midst of upgrading my desktop to a more powerful one to get a more thorough backtesting result for most of the EA that I have set up on my account)

Another thing I notice about this EA is that, there seems to be three main strategy in one… Even though the site states that there are six. But the way I look at it it’s namely scalping, grid and pyramiding (Martingale) and how many of you will guess that it’s the scalper that everyone will be using…

What a good way to spruce up the price eh…

Now on the other hand… I trust myfxbook.com to show me what is when and where is why and all the how and do…

So the above graph would probably entice me if not everyone to go try this out… Even though I might regret to say that due to my reluctance to backtest because of time… I just have to see how it turns out.

Honestly… I can’t say much here. As I have said before time and time again… the end result is what matters….

Now let’s come to the part where I start throwing my support…

I support those developers who are by their own effort trying to make a living with their own forex ea. Sure I might be wrong in the future but the present is what matters… For now… Primeval has my backing.

Like other developer that I support… these are the sort of EA that I do not share or donate… I give a helping hand where ever and when ever I can…

So now…  You can pick and choose… either go directly to his site here

http://www.primeval-ea.com/ and get his EA…

Or you can get the EA or via this affiliate link below

https://www.plimus.com/jsp/redirect.jsp?contractId=2629528&referrer=equilec

And get a 25% discount by way of rebate back at the end of the month (or paying period) which is $125 and get Primeval EA for $375. (Go here http://bestforexea.com/deals/primeval-deal/ to view how to claim your rebate should you want to get a discount for this)

Now that is more like the normal market price for an EA don’t you think?

Not only do you get it at a lower price but also original support. Hopefully Sergio will be motivated to clean up his codes a bit so that I can do some backtesting…

Primeval EA PS. Hopefully I will be able to get my Primeval results posted soon…

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