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  1. MetaTrader 5 broker

  2. Hedging type account

  3. Leverage 1:100

  4. Minimum capital $5000


  6. Telegram account

  7. Not FIFO compliant

  8. Public demo on Myfxbook

Majestic Hedge is a dual sided trader that is designed to make gains by having a position on both sides of the same symbol. It is equipped with five symbols (2 majors, 2 cross rates and 1 exotic). Three of the instruments produce hedge trades so positions are doubled on those symbols. Each hedged symbol is driven by two software algorithms - a 5 minute swing and a 15 minute trend. The design goal of this system is to perform well during both range bound and trending markets. Majestic Hedge comes preconfigured with martingale and dollar cost averaging (DCA) enabled. The martingale will increase the position size as the symbol draws down and the DCA is used to recover losses realized on bad trades. However, both features can be disabled in the robot’s configuration form available in your Telegram invite only channel. Depending on your trading style and deposit withdrawal frequency you may consider Anti-Martingale in-lieu of the default configuration. Majestic Hedge and its associated software has been in development for many years and subject to numerous revisions in an effort to meet the design goals. We consider it to be our most reliable automated trading system. With all symbols enabled and configured as shown this system should produce 15 to 25 trades per week during the forex active months. Majestic Hedge is bundled with our Elite subscription package.

This is a cloud based system. No EA or download is necessary. You will need a MetaTrader 5 hedging type account from your broker. Please see our required CFTC statement regarding back test results here. Keep in mind that you should only trade what you can, realistically, afford to lose.


Our flagship trading robot opens both long and short positions on the same currency to offset volatility. Bundled with 5 currencies on a mix of swing and trend follow strategies.

Backtest configuration used to generate results

  • System: Majestic Hedge

  • Years Tested: 2015-2023

  • Account Balance: $10000

  • Base Lot Size: 0.02 (micro)

  • Minimum Profit: 25 pips

  • Stop: Conditional

  • Leverage: 1:100

  • Hedging: Yes

  • Martingale: Yes

  • Strategies: 8

  • Bar Interval: 15 and 5 minutes

  • Data Source: Dukascopy


Each hedged currency pair can be spread across 2 different accounts in jurisdictions where simultaneous offsets are not permitted.


Use our webapp forms to customize how this robot will trade your account.

Although each system includes a multiple currency channel, you can select which instruments to run simultaneously via the “Activate System” slider. Turn on the whole set or only one. All of our systems produce around 30 to 50 trades a week so If you are trading on a limited budget you may need to reduce your margin exposure. Speaking of risk, the bread and butter of our systems are a product of two very useful features. Pyramiding and dollar cost averaging (DCA). If pyramiding is enabled, the system will increase the size of the open position as the price continues to move in the red. Trades are added at mathematically calculated pivot points in the price stream. DCA, on the other hand, increases the size of the position on entry. This is done incrementally as a method to recover losses from trades which previously closed at a loss. These are losses incurred in the trading program and not in the actual MT5 account. When the debt has been sufficiently recovered the DCA feature automatically resets the position size back to the user configured base size. Both these features can strain the available margin on low leverage accounts so it may be necessary to disable one or both via the web form sliders “Enable Pyramids” and “Enable DCA”. For more information see our “How It Works” page.

CFTC RULE 4.41 - Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under — or over — compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown.

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