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What are the exact steps for investing in accounts here? Do I even need to make contact with the trader? Or just find out somehow what the minimum deposit is and somehow transfer that money to his myfxbook account? I like things in real simple language as you might have guessed. Thanks,
[quote] outhebox posted: real acc PAMM https://www.myfxbook.com/members/outhebox/outhebox/237233 check it out I'm use mixing fundamental and technical [/quote] Did you have a big DD Feb 2012 or am I reading the confusing graphs wrong?
[quote] AP2404 posted: Take a look my PAMM http://instaforex.com/pamm_monitoring.php?trader=5053759 [/quote] I find those charts really annoying because they don't tell you what the figure on the left hand side is. I don't like assuming anything. God when am I going to find a forex platform web hoster that has the brains to make a user friendly sites for investors.
[quote] Vlad197299 posted: Money management is the fundamental aspect of safe trading and the compony safety. I would prefer to work with a client with the capital at least 50 - 100 times the margine for a lot traded. And risks are the lower the higher the timeframe is, which also affects the requirements for the money invested. As for an account, you can examine this one as a live model to join: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Vlad197299/jesse-livermore/229442 [/quote] Nice looking account but only two months old?
[quote] Dmitriy1987 posted: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/IFG30 nice account. [/quote] God these charts are so infuriating to understand: If I go to the first link you show me: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/IFG30 and then I select this account: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/IFG30/ifg-60115-middle-way-rvd/221178 I see this huge loss of pips on the green bar, but no corresponding dip in balance or Equity? Half the accounts listed on this site don't even describe how you can invest with them or what the minimum investment is?
How many pips should a reasonable trader make a month? Hopefully pip means the same thing to most people- The smallest currency pair measurement that you set a financial value to as I understand it. I am just trying to see whether I even make the credible trader graph even though I am not losing. Best I don't influence peoples opinions by saying whatever my latest count is.
[quote] Vlad197299 posted: Money management is the fundamental aspect of safe trading and the compony safety. I would prefer to work with a client with the capital at least 50 - 100 times the margine for a lot traded. And risks are the lower the higher the timeframe is, which also affects the requirements for the money invested. As for an account, you can examine this one as a live model to join: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Vlad197299/jesse-livermore/229442 [/quote] Thanks Jesse, will watch your progress with interest. As a "Track Record Verified" account I assume it is a ......
[quote] Basti posted: Hi, maybe because the Pips were made with smaller Lot-Size !? I am not sure if i understand exactly what you mean :) [/quote] Hi, The big green downward bar in October...that is a 65% Drawdown from the month before isn't it? If so, just wondering why it isn't shown on your profitability and equity growth lines?
[quote] Basti posted: http://www.fxstat.com/a/9cc04d3c58b5ed2d901eb5d63293f8bd/5039 It is called ManagedBook, similar to Currensee. U just pay when u make Profits. (which is the fairest solution in my opinion) There u can follow my system: http://www.myfxbook.com/de/members/Basti/account-1/222519 There it is called Strategy SP. Of course there are some others as well. [/quote] Hi on your graph: http://www.myfxbook.com/de/members/Basti/account-1/222519 I am struggling to understand why your October pips (downward pointing green bar) aren't reflected on your growth and equity grow......
[quote] Dmitriy1987 posted: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/IFG30 nice account. [/quote] It probably is, but the I need to understand what type of Drawdown is a Drawdown from original deposit??? Answer: I have been burned a number of times in forex, so essentially I am seeking very safe trading that won't go below 5% of original deposit, that won't risk more than 1% of account per trade and where I maintain control to close trades if it does. I am happy to rent an investor password to an MT4 platform from a trader who can show a 6 month account that can be verified as live and that h......
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