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Genesis System In Trading Systems Oct 31 2013 at 09:11
[quote]OdieORD posted: InfinityPhi, why is it shown "demo", but you got 180.07USD withdrawl on there[/quote] That was a glitch from ICM. It really is a demo account.
Tom'sEa WPFX LIVE In Trading Systems Oct 04 2013 at 18:31
[quote]grhfor posted: Do you take PayPal?[/quote] Hehehehe!! You can send me all the money you want! [lol]
Tom'sEa WPFX LIVE In Trading Systems Oct 03 2013 at 22:52
I have seen it come too close to a massive stoploss too many times. To me, the risk is far too large for the reward.
Genesis System In Trading Systems Oct 03 2013 at 20:07
Wild week to trade
Tom'sEa WPFX LIVE In Trading Systems Oct 03 2013 at 16:47
[quote]Tradydave posted: " EDIT : Sorry, hit a key combination that sent the post by mistake ! " - Have you found that way of earning steadily with TOM without blowing the account at the end ? If not, do you still believe in it ? - More specifically to DREW : your Pitcher/Catcher experiment is very impressive. I admire the inventivity. Do you believe that this would be applicable to a 10k live account and would lead to use TOM more securely, avoiding account blowing and growing our bucks ? I will appreciate very much you time, as I see your topic and your approach as the last hope ......
News is a suckers game. The market movers use news releases to further their profits buy getting people to confidently part with their money. Ever seen a news release spike hard, only to be forceably pushed the opposite direction...in seemingly total disagreement with the release? That is what I mean. The big players know the news well before the retail traders, so they already have a game plan. Ignore the news releases. The only things you need to watch out for is spread widening, and spiking/gapping. If your stoploss is in the right place, you have no worries. Market structure and price act......
Tom'sEa WPFX LIVE In Trading Systems Aug 28 2013 at 06:30
[quote]craneliu posted: Just found out, 1) the comment for abnormal trade is "TOMs' EA 1.96", the comments for the normal trade iss "TOM's EA 1.96", 2) the magic code for the abnormal trade: no any magic code, that means this abnormal trade should be placed by manually or by some program, not by TOM's EA as usually? the question is why some one login in my MT4 on VPS to place the abnormal trades by using the very closed comment to TOM's EA1.96" I think this problem should be not from TOMs EA, but from VPS sides.[/quote] I hope you have already changed your passwor......
Normally, I would agree that any grid or martingale system will eventually die. That said, it all depends on whether or not it has been calculated to deal with mega-trends. If the balance is large enough, and the lot size small enough, it could survive. But, a person must keep in mind, not many accounts can survive a 2000 pip run, let alone a 12000 pip run....and both do happen. Historically speaking the system has been performing reasonably (~10% max DD), until recent history. The problem is, what type of exit strategy is there if the system continues to accumulate DD?? I have watched as fr......
It is more important to understand the strategy behind the system. What has the strategy been tested in? - Long term, private account? No good for investors. Long term 99% accurate historical data.....then it depends on the system type. - Does it use a small stoploss??? No good for investors. - What types of markets does it deal well with? Tight ranging, wide ranging, whipsawing, moderate trending(<600 pips without major pullback), extreme trending(>600 pips without major pullback), unexpected news breaks, sideways-drifting, trend-drifting. Really, the only market-type that is in......
Tom'sEa WPFX LIVE In Trading Systems Jul 27 2013 at 13:09
The reason why nobody ever sees a very long term martingale system test is because none have survived. To the best of my knowledge, Tom's EA is the longest running martingale system test that is still in profit.
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