Posts by flyingfx
My system should not work if you read the books but does. Enter long in 1 account and short in the other. Set Limit orders w 3% of funds, 0,3% profit. No stops. Fade in after 200 pips or more loss. If no exit in sight TP on any trades in profit whenever it looks like the rebound is over. With whatever profit made on that, close a corresponding proportion of the most in debt trade. The aim is never to take a loss and to hedge out nasty losses. Contrary to what the anti hedgers will tell you, you can make money both long and short on the same currency and even on the same day. For every d......
Hello Chickot and others Agree with all above. Oanda forums getting too weird. Agree consistency is v important, more than return. One question, in myfxbook is the drawdown is for the entire account history, or if you customize a start date does it reset to zero. I think it doesn't. Can you tell from the orange line distance from red line what DD was? Another question...why would anyone want to trade someone else's money? To take a cut of the top? Is that lucrative? Say you could take 1% a month, you'd need say $1MM invested to make it attractive. I'd be pretty scared of having respo......
Website Downtime In General Oct 21 2010 at 21:54
a few hours ago it came up with a warning not to enter the site and when I said 'enter anyway' it tried to redirect me to an https site and then failed, maybe its my computer but only happening on your webpage
Website Downtime In General Oct 21 2010 at 19:58
quite unimpressive. was this a security breach? My computer was detecting virus threats from your page. what information did you lose etc. Please give accurate details.
cycling one refinement I can add is say you have 12 trades the wrong way and you need 6 to go to profit to break even but only 3 or 4 go in to profit and it looks like it is heading back against you ....then close the profitable ones and reload maybe with bigger gaps if necesssary and it goes against you again...(if not you are just back to where you were a few trades ago)...and repeat, I call this cycling .... if you do it a few times then you can break even and still have open losing trades. another way is to hedge when the loss is intolerable and use the profit to sustain the unhealth......
MrDeaf In Trading Systems Jul 28 2010 at 06:20
i dont get why you want to know. For a start you have no idea how many open trades he has. If you look at history you can see they are following the overall trend and more or less gridding uni directionally now buying every 50pips or so and pyramiding into the position. What more do you want? the skill here I think was anticipating the rise of EUR/USD...nice!
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