Mitglied seit Apr 11, 2011 202 BeiträgeSplexin(Splexin)Jul 06 2011 at 02:45 (bearbeitet Jul 06 2011 at 02:51 )
joeblow posted: my math is finally wrapped down tight.
i really do understand when nobody hears me when i talk about my work being based on two physics theories and a math quirk.
and then i tell you how i dropped out of school after the eighth grade.
i really do understand that this simply does not compute for most of you.
i tested my code with live funds, this explains the losses.
my most recent trade turned a 16% profit in 30 hours, and it is gonna be like that from now on...
i may be switching back to the zzzero account soon, my trading is monitored there, but i am blocked from posting with that account atm, lol..
Now that your math is wrapped down tight, why don't you start a new account?
We understand you want us to see your losses and that you have nothing to hide but say a few months from now, won't it be difficult for you to do more long-term profit calculations and equity curve stuff with all that 'noise' at the start of your account?
On one of my accounts I started out trading incredibly horrible and inconsistently and after finally 'breaking through,' I moved everything into a new account to get a fresh start. In no way was this a boost to my ego because I knew I would have future losses, but the fact that months from now I could look at the account and see that I traded consistently and according to plan. I still have losses but because I trade mechanically and according to my system I know that I will still profit in the end.
P.S. You call the fellow out above about being deceptive.....but you made an additional deposit to your account which can throw people off and cause the Gain to be bloated.......looking at that Absolute Gain.....and your success with non-gold currencies has been less than impressive....what are you going to do come time for 1:1 leverage on metals?
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