Posts by magma
Tradency In Signal Providers Mar 01 2011 at 23:55
I have only one strategy in my account "firemoon"! I don't know it's not showing up when I apply my rules. to explain about the 4 max op let's give real example PowerGrid (GBPUSD) P/L: 3200 for the past 30days FireBird (CADJPY) P/L: 2700 for the past 30days Now which one you will choose, most people will say the first one, correct? But I will go for the second because the first one will open 4 positions (so it's like selecting 4 strategies together) it's like that there are 4 employees working for you to get you 3200 while in the second scenario it's only one employee. got it? I......
Tradency In Signal Providers Feb 28 2011 at 21:38
you are right, I have some rules for selecting strategies: 1- must be 9+ T-Score or 8 and increasing (green triangle) 2- must be 3 max open position at time, the best 2 3- Draw down must not exceed 200pip for the last 2 months (and be careful for 0 draw the account must be big enough for -200pip) 4- winning trades must be at least 90% 5- Rinse and repeat every weekend !!! I'm also looking for signals provider, I found several almost all of them were scam but there is one claiming +1000pip every month! (the fx guru com) 2 months ago it was free but now it's paid site but till now I don't know ......
Tradency In Signal Providers Feb 28 2011 at 20:43
[quote]Excalibur posted: I demo tested FXCM, Alpari, FXDD and FXOpen all using Tradency at the same time. FXCM had the best results, followed by Alpari and FXDD. FXOpen did not work at all for me. After testing Tradency for months, I opened a live account with FXCM. In the last two weeks I have made over 10% return. I still have a demo (separate from live) where I test strategies. I have been very lucky lately, pushing the strategies to the limit and have made a lot of paper money. My demo account is up 50% in one week however I am very analytical and spend a fair amount of time at it. ......
Tradency In Signal Providers Feb 28 2011 at 19:31
Personally, my account with FXCM it's called FSS but you can go to Alpari, FXDD and few others. This is a golden advice: don't open real account now! open trial account with the same amount you have (I think FXCM will let you choose the amount) it's not as easy or profitable as it looks like!!! after 4 months of signing up I just started making (small) profit and I will need 4 to 5 months to cover my losses. The idea behind the tradency is much butter than the other automated platforms because you can choose a currency pair from one provider and another from another provider but that's not e......
Tradency In Signal Providers Feb 25 2011 at 10:17
It's web based tradency platform.
Tradency In Signal Providers Feb 21 2011 at 20:18
@myfxb1 and @pampam: it's 2 pip per trade
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