On their website, their explanation appears quite straight to the point. Big Bang EA for MT4 or MT5 claimsto be fully based on price movement, support and resistance levels. This software appears to be managed by one person, Andrey Barinov who is located in Russia. The software is owned by Vagabonding Ltd.
The owner appears to be very active on the MQL5 market, it shows that he has finished 902 jobs for other traders. He offers 14 product. Some of his other product includes, The Copier MT5, Mission Automated MT4 and Gridator MT4.
The developer combined simple settings and powerful trading techniques.
How does Big Bang Works?
Big Bang EA claims not to be broker sensitive, that you may choose any broker you trust. Recommended pairs for Big Bang EA are EURUSD, GBPUSD, EURJPY, USDCAD, AUDUSD and USDJPY.
There are three recommended setups based on account sizes. The first setup needs a balance of $1000, default settings of EURUSD and EURJPY pairs. The second setup needs a balance of $2000, default settings except with the max pair parameter set to 2 or 3 on 5 different pairs. The third setup is for $5000 accounts, default settings except with max additional orders set to 7 on 5 different pairs.
You are going to need to have enough margin for additional orders with bigger lot sizes, if you make use of a recovery logarithm.
The good graphical controls only work on normal VPS with desktop access. But Big Bang EA claims to work on on VPS solution from MQLS.
Big Bang Price
- Type : Forex Robot
- Price : $1199
- Srategy resistance : support and resistance
- Timeframe : MI
- Pairs : EURUSD, EURJYP, GBPUSD, AUDUSD
Traders interested in buying the Big Bang EA for MT4 or MT5, its price is $1199. This is quite expensive.
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The Big Bang EA presents its robot well. Their explanations are straight forward but there is something missing. No verified trading result. If Barinov wants to be taken seriously in the market, he would have to upload his account to Myfxbook. And also the pricing of the robot is too high compared to normal standards.