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[quote]fxuser posted: Has anyone backtested PER to confirm if they truly are using a hidden SL?[/quote] It is a signal through trade copier, no way to backtest. Regards.
[quote]raffus posted: Hi all i would like to open an account with €1000 for P.E.R. How many risk settings are there inside the EA? Is there an automatic money management that set the lot size or may use fixed lots? How many orders open simultanely the EA or during the day? i would like to avoid big DD and i would like to sleep during the night and stay ok during my working day.... i already blow up some accounts...... thanks a lot for your replies! ciao[/quote] To be honest, then this system may not suitable for you. To avoid big DD then grid / martingale is not for you. Once a while b......
If i am not mistaken, currently the master account has 40 floating lot. The account is trading at 0.01lot of 1pip = 10cent, so 1lot for 1pip = $10. In other words, every 14 pips up will reduce the equity by 5%. Currently the account has 70% equity, another 60 pips up will break the record of equity DD of this account. The resistance can be at 1.3966 which is actually around 68 pips away from current price. Another 120 pips up will get this account into margin call, provided that no 9th trade being open along the way. If let say the 9th trade being open along the way then the 120 pips will r......
[quote]doegie posted: I looked at PER's closed trades, 1 counted 213. I grouped the trades into baskets if they had equal closing dates/times/prices. Sometimes, the closing prices were a bit different, but I assumed that was normal (slippage?). My goal was to see how often large baskets form. The large majority are 1 or 2 trades, I did not count those. I did not count all the 3's either, I stopped counting after 6, but there were several more 3 baggers. But I did count all the baskets with 4 to 9 trades with these results: 4/4, 5/3, 6/1, 7/3, 8/1, 9/1. Note that the larger baskets are ......
Hi, For trading strategy used in this account works with FIFO, no hedging and 1:50. But i recommend 1:200 account leverage. Thank you. Regards, SIM
[quote]ForexReborn posted: Ever noticed that when you are doing well you will never receive any feedback and once you lose money you will get complaints everywhere. When someone suggests you to change the way you trade, how do you handle that? Have you changed your way because of a subscriber and then incurred a loss? How do you reply in an appropriate manner to say: This is the way I trade, deal with it! What is your reaction when someone cancels their subscription the same day they subscribed just because of one losing trade and doesn't give you a chance to recover their loss? Tough luck......
6% consistently monthly return is not easy to accomplish for long term. Regards, SIM
If it is an EA, why do you need time to trade it? Thanks, SIM
ForexSensation In Trading Systems Nov 13 2013 at 15:25
Good info, please keep everybody updated here.
2nd Showcase Account In Trading Systems Nov 06 2013 at 17:12
Hi Followers, Thank you for watching this trading account. It has more than 200 followers now. Regards, SIM
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