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yes, manualy. I have described idea to shift entry to DD side for few pips, couple of pages ago. that give a chance to have bigger profit and lower DD, but also some entries will be missed.
corre, as I wrote, my first entry is 10 pips lower, and by coincidence new tp for both trades now is exactly at first entry. so I;ll get 0 for first entry and about 20 pips for second. I have reduced lot size to minimum so even if euro will drop dead now, will not have big loss. but according almost 1 year stats there was no problems with UK session except the one opened right before FOMC minutes.
traders.lt 2014 In Trading Systems Mar 26 at 08:43
you can invest to this pamm account on your own risk. http://www.liteforex.com/asset-investment/pamm-monitoring/account/106310/
some update on "entry shift" idea. previous order was not trigered and shifted entry was missed by 0.5 pip (20th Mar) today shifted entry was trigered and now I have position 10 pips lower of original, so potentialy 20 pips profit instead of 10 pips
As there is no such option to shift your personal trade entry implemented in sphantom ea, you can do that manualy or by using some trade copy ea paralely. Let say you set sphantom for a minimum posible lot size, and righ after sphantom's trade is opened, you set your own pending limit order X pips away from original one. And thats it.
[quote]Michigander posted: [quote]pilotas posted: Ken, labas I like the way you are thinking and using data of this strategy. there is one more idea for you and every one. Majority of Phantom's trades has smaller or bigger drawdown. According data there was 47 trades with DD les than 10 pips until now. If to manage to open your position at 10 pips DD price, you would get more profit and less DD. And offcource 0 for trades wich has Dd less than 10 pips, like it was two such quick trades yesterday. I have made very quick and not so accurate calculations on that and got that sPhantoms account wo......
actualy they didn't exited. trades hit TP. and I'm sure they wouldn't exit manualy if TP wouldn't be hit. Ken, take a look at my message above to you
wow, what a precise exit, just seconds in front of crash :)
Ken, labas I like the way you are thinking and using data of this strategy. there is one more idea for you and every one. Majority of Phantom's trades has smaller or bigger drawdown. According data there was 47 trades with DD les than 10 pips until now. If to manage to open your position at 10 pips DD price, you would get more profit and less DD. And offcource 0 for trades wich has Dd less than 10 pips, like it was two such quick trades yesterday. I have made very quick and not so accurate calculations on that and got that sPhantoms account would be now not 567 usd but 1261 usd. 567 with that......
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