Review of Primeval EA (versions 1.0 and 2.0)
|EA Name||Currency Pairs||Timeframe||Strategy||ECN||4&5 Digits||Take Profit||Stop Loss||Home Page|
|Primeval EA||EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCHF, USDCAD, USDJPY, GBPCHF, EURGBP, EURCHF EURJPY (new for v2.0), CHFGBP (new for v2.0)||M15||Scalping||Yes||Yes||dynamic||dynamic||Primeval EA Website|
Performance (Primeval EA 1.0 Live Test Results)
Primeval a different licensing system where you are limited to 10 demo accounts, and 1 live account. Your EA is tied down with a licensing number, and as soon as you put it on a live account, you void any chance of a refund. So make sure you run this one on demo before you decide you are going to keep it.
Primeval contains 6 different trading strategies that are used according to the currency pair at task. There are four seperate scalping strategies for 8 currency pairs, a hedging and pyramid strategy for GBPUSD, and a Grid Strategy for EURCHF.
Because Primeval EA uses all these different strategies, it is important to read the owner’s manual to understand and optimize the settings for each currency pair and its respective strategy.
Primeval EA is one of those non-marketing, no hype style forex robots that just kind of came out of no where. It has gone viral rather fast throughout various forex trading forums, showing mostly positive results. Their Primeval 1.0 version seemed to be profitable, then they released version 2.0 and I have seen some people not happy with 2.0 and switch back to 1.0. Our account is currently running version 1.0. I unfortunately can’t recommend buying this EA just yet as it has not shown any kind of potential yet though.
I will update this further when I learn more…