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Buying Forex Harvester

April 26th, 2010

I constantly keep a lookout for new promising EAs, but as you know most of them are garbage. Especially, it seems, the ones that is promoted the hardest (like FRWC and that new one right now Delphi). I think I’ve found a good one now thou, Forex Harvester. I’ve been keeping my eyes on it for quite some time, and it has performed very nicely over the last three months.

What makes it really interesting is that it isn’t another Asian session scalper (like FAP Turbo, MegaDroid, Forex Shocker and about 1000 other EAs), this is based on a unique strategy. It trades Sunday nights, the first few hours of the trading week and it trades if there are gaps in price from Friday close. The strategy is that the market will close these gaps and Forex Harvester places trades accordingly. I hope that FH will be an good addition to my automated setup, and at $147 it is a buy for me. I plan to use it at my Collective FX account.

Here is a live statement from the developers them self: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/MT4Trading/harvester-live/18004

Another nice thing is that one of the developers is very active in the forum over at DonnaForex, and very friendly and helpful. The actual site promoting the EA is the usual garbage thou, don’t pay attention to it.

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  1. Matt
    April 26th, 2010 at 15:29 | #1


    Take a look at the following as well (hopefully before you buy that is!)


    I’ve just read your post, and remembered that this Gap trading sounded very familiar and it’s similar (probably) to the strategy that this guy has posted about, and someone has turned it into an EA. I haven’t tried the EA on a demo account or on Live, mainly because only last week I found it, and you can’t back test it within Metatrader since it trades on multiple currencies within the EA.

    I’m going to give it a go on Demo Account next week and see what it actually does - or possibly convert it to just run on one currency pair.

    Let us all know how Harvester does - will be interesting…

  2. April 26th, 2010 at 16:07 | #2


    That was nice. I have already bought Harvester, but that license is only usable on one account, so a “free version” is surely welcome. I’ll check the code when I get home.

  1. May 3rd, 2010 at 13:31 | #1
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