Metatrader Expert Advisors for Ripple.

Metatrader Expert Advisors for Ripple.

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Ripple Averaging


Overview

Ripple Averaging has been a high performing strategy with an average monthly ROI of over 10%


Trading result

11% Monthly ROI
76% Win rate

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The Concept

At the trade open, 1 market trade is opened, and 14 limit stop orders. These can be set to spread over the full depth of the market, or compacted over a lesser range to be more aggressive. This means you can absorb a huge crash of 90%+ for example and still be active.


If the market moves up, the strategy takes small profits like 1.0%. If the market moves down, it triggers the pending orders. You'll see here the market, after dipping, often doesn't need to come up as high as the starting price. So you've made a profit even though the market has actually gone down which is cool.


The strategy can be in profit in a ranging sideways market. The market could be ranging for a year and you'd be making money. The efficiency is less than an upward market, but still passive income.


The strategy can be in profit even with a non-severe downtrend. If the market is trending down, there'll still be profits made. It's much less profitable than when the market is moving sideways or up however. If the market fall sharply, it will drawdown negative, but some wins along the way will mitigate huge drawdown. For example if the market drops 50%, your account might just be down 40%.


The best condition is of course an uptrend! Many small trades will be won on the way up. The efficiency will less than HODL in a strong uptrend, but these pumps are often just short-lived. This strategy is a champion at handling all market conditions.




Buy condition

Buy only trades. Market price buy order plus set 14x buy limit orders at 3%,7%,12%,18%,25%,32%,39%,46%,53%,60%,67%,74%,81%,88%. These 15 orders form a trade set.


Sell condition

No sells (if sentiment is up)


Money management

Everything based on closed candles. Collective Take Profit: When the total account profit of all trades reaches or exceeds a collective profit (1.0% x Account balance x number of open positions), then close all trades. Set individual take profit targets of 15% of price range. e.g $3,300 x 15%.


Proven Assets

XRPUSD


Backtest (optimize parameters)

2021-01-01 to 2021-03-01 (2 months)
backtest

Forward test - short term (try parameters)

2021-03-01 to 2021-05-01 (2 months)
forward test

Back test - long term (try parameters)

2018-03-01 to 2021-03-01 (3 years)
long term test



Expert Advisors

Get the Metatrader EA that generated all results on this site. ETH, BTC, BNB, ADA, XRP, DOT, DOGE.


Instant file download.
MT4 Drag and drop.
Setup guide.
SSL Payment protection.
After sale support

Refund guarantee:
Run on a demo account for atleast 1 month. If it's not profitable, get a full refund!


199 99 USD (July Sale)

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Design criteria

Backward, forward, and demo test
High Profit factor
Non repainting
No reliance on leverage
Closed bars only
No curve fitting of parameters
Multi Time Frame Robustness
Can absorb large market blows
Imperfect entry ok
Automated strategy
Script stability
Frequent trade entries


Expert Advisors

Get the Metatrader EA that generated all results on this site. ETH, BTC, BNB, ADA, XRP, DOT, DOGE.



Instant file download.
MT4 Drag and drop.
Setup guide.
SSL Payment protection.
After sale support

Refund guarantee:
Run on a demo account for atleast 1 month. If it's not profitable, get a full refund!


199 99 USD (July Sale)


Strategy Development

Working together to develop, test, and code your strategy idea.


Design principals review.
Statistical analysis.
Backtesting & optimization.
Live demo testing on VPN.
MT4 Expert Advisor coding.

1700 USD

I work with 2 clients per month.
Next available starts August 15th
Contact mark@cryptoexpertadvisors.com


the author
Mark Evans
Trader|Programmer

Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Forex brokers such IC Markets offer Ripple under the category of 'Digital currencies'. See link here

You can trade Ripple with relatively small capital such as $200.

You can add Ripple by first opening the 'Market Watch' window and right-clicking on it then selecting 'Show all'. Now Ripple will be available to add a chart.

An Expert Advisor, or 'EA' as it's often called, is just a coded set of instructions on how to trade. So it's the rules of strategy coded in Metatrader's programming language called 'MQL4' or 'MQL5'. A basic example would be instructions to place a BUY trade once a week on a Monday morning. The EA script is loaded onto a chart in Metatrader (on ETHUSD for example), fill out the settings, then it will run automatically.

The averaging strategy on this site of course! It's great because of its robustness at handling wild market volatility. It's actually designed to profit from volatilty. Many strategies on the internet are trying to predict a perfect condition to place a trade order, but no one can predict the future so this often fails in the long run. The 'Averaging' strategy on this site doesn't need to predict anything. It just uses the overall market sentiment which for cryptocurrencies is sideways/upward, then it keeps placing small orders until a profit is made. When the market goes down, it just buys at a better price which is a good thing. The live results speak for themselves!

The wrong EA can be a complete waste of money. Avoid EA's that only have backtests but no live trading results. Backtests are just a guide and have some issues with data integrity, so don't give perfect results. Backtests are also very prone to over optimisation which means software was used to test 1000's of combinations of settings until really great profitability is achieved. This will fail in the live market. Over-optimisation can either be because lack of knowledge by the EA creator, or done maliciously to mislead the prospective buyer. A backtest only has some meaning if settings are created for say Jan to Sep, then forward tested on Oct to Dec. If both pass, it has some statistical robustness. Another robustness test is to run it in reverse chronolical order over a few months, so the software simulates reversing time. The EA available on this site was designed with backtesting, forward testing, reverse testing, and finally live market testing.

An Expert Advisor, or 'EA' as it's often called, is just a coded set of instructions on how to trade. So it's the rules of strategy coded in Metatrader's programming language called 'MQL4' or 'MQL5'. A basic example would be instructions to place a BUY trade once a week on a Monday morning. The EA script is loaded onto a chart in Metatrader (on ETHUSD for example), fill out the settings, then it will run automatically.

They're quite robust. Robustness comes from removing sensitivity to assets and timeframes, and design principals that reflect actual trading conditions. Examples include non-repainting, closed bars, no over-optimising, ability to take market blows, and script stablity. The EA available on this site was designed with backtesting, forward testing, reverse testing, and finally live market testing.

I'm a professional programmer and have been forex trading for 5 years. Actions speak louder than words, so I offer full transparency and live trading results.

No. We stay aware of curve fitting data. The strategies are robust meaning not overly sensitive to input changes. An over-optimized strategy fails hard with changes in inputs.

Yes. However we ask that you properly forward test on atleast a demo account for 2 months first.

Yes they are, but only if they've been tested on the real market - not just backtesting. The EA available on this site was designed with backtesting, forward testing, reverse testing, and finally live market testing.

Montecarlo and 'risk of ruin' calculations. This takes the win rate, average win, average loss then mathematically projects forward say 10,000 trades to determine probabilty of drawdowns.

There is no one-size-fits-all as different timeframes have different volatility ranges. However, you can test new settings with backtesting and forward testing on demo accounts. We advise passing a 12 month backtest, and 2 months on a demo account.

There is no one-size-fits-all as different assets have different volatility ranges and spreads. However, you can test new settings with backtesting and forward testing on demo accounts. We advise passing a 12 month backtest, and 2 months on a demo account. The strategies on this site have been backtested and live tested on ETHUSD, BTCUSD, ADAUSD, DOGEUSD, XRPUSD, DOTUSD.

The 'Averaging' EA on this site is very profitable. The live test results over approx 8 months have resulted in 10%+ per month ROI.

You could, but $100 doesn't give flexibility to use all assets and strategies. The minimum capital is generally closer to $200.

The profitable 'Averaging' EA is only $249. You'll get payback very fast.

Yes. Forex brokers such IC Markets offer cryptocurrencies under the category of 'Digital currencies'. See link here

Yes, but it's worth noting that its a derivative called a CFD, not technically the underlying cryptocurrency. Think of it like a cash equivalent. This is how trade brokers work and it's totally reliable. Forex brokers such IC Markets offer cryptocurrencies under the category of 'Digital currencies'. See link here

IC Markets offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Ripple, EOS, Emercoin, NameCoin, Peercoin, Polkadot, Stellar, Chainlink, Dogecoin, Tezos, Uniswap, Cardano, and Binance coin. See link here

Yes, but it's worth noting that its a derivative called a CFD, not technically the underlying cryptocurrency. Think of it like a cash equivalent. This is how trade brokers work and it's totally reliable. Forex brokers such IC Markets offer cryptocurrencies under the category of 'Digital currencies'. See link here

You can add cryptos by first opening the 'Market Watch' window and right-clicking on it then selecting 'Show all'. Now cryptos will be available to add a chart.

Metatrader 5 can trade some additional assets like stocks. MT5 has some extra tools for backtesting strategies also.