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Hi. Why did you stop Nov 20th? You were doing well with it. Jerry
You doubled your money from March to September and took it all out, why? Same amount of time keeping it in would've had you keep withdrawing for every same period! Maybe you had urgent money need. Start on this myfxbook or another to do it that way? Looking forward to seeing long term usage w/o someone crashing.
Is this Martingale style? Jerry
Doug responded: ----------- Hi Jerry, I am considering ClickBank and other options. Until then I can accept Paypal or Moneybookers directly if they do not want to use my current processor. My account and the lot sizes are now appropriate for the size.. it was high risk, but i was pushing the system to its limits.
[quote]mashahid posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: But gbpusd by itself is smooth ok gain (http://www.myfxbook.com/files/fughe/GU0.01lotrevtraderpro.png), 60% in a year with only 3% dd and plenty of action trades, instead of just 1 micro for 1,000 two micros yielding 6% dd and slightly more than doubling an acct is by itself quite good. A kind of "who needs these" other pairs thing [tongue][/quote] Hi Batchboy, how you do the back test because backrest of this EA (REV Trader) is very slow. Is your backtest report is for REV Trader ?[/quote] I was just commenting and posting back up a......
[quote]fughe posted: Here is the portfolio graph EDIT: The reason I decided to post this is because it demonstrates what can happen when there are concurrent losing streaks across several pairs, and the same for winning.[/quote]Nice job fughe, So for a Thou acct w/ a micro running it only double the acct in 4 yrs with more than 2 yrs stagnation, yipes! If run 1 mini the dd is near 30%, weren't you talking 2 micros? So that be 4X an acct with 6% dd, so-so, but the stagnation stinks. Back to gbpusd by itself, see what you can favorably get with that? It seemed the best.
There's softwares that can combine mt4 reports, I'm sure you know. Good way to play around to see what's possible.
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But gbpusd by itself is smooth ok gain (http://www.myfxbook.com/files/fughe/GU0.01lotrevtraderpro.png), 60% in a year with only 3% dd and plenty of action trades, instead of just 1 micro for 1,000 two micros yielding 6% dd and slightly more than doubling an acct is by itself quite good. A kind of "who needs these" other pairs thing [tongue]
[quote]fughe posted: [quote]Batcheler posted: My smartphone file-expert couldn't open the files inside the zip and its not easy to move them to my server from it, could you please tell us the gain and dd results relative to MM% for each pair in words? [/quote] Even better, I uploaded the system test to myfxbook and took snapshots. There is no money management used. These tests are on a fixed 0.01 lot size. I switched the graphs to show pips instead of lots, as lot size is useless to know in this test. I also hovered my cursor over a random extreme day so it would show how many pips to give ......
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