Posts by tneedham
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FxGlory In Brokers Apr 25 at 14:20
Update.. Got my withdrawal and have taken all of my original deposit out. And I still have more than 12K in the account. Growing nicely. PayPal issue seems to have been resolved. Fast execution time. I've never seen any noticeable slippage. No Swaps, Spread is a bit more than I'd like but not to bad. Overall I think I'll stick with them. I only know of one other broker that can even compete with them but they are a pain to make deposits with and don't accept new American customers.
FxGlory In Brokers Apr 09 at 10:45
Update.. They finally got back to me and said they are having PayPal problems. And that my withdrawal may take a week. If they do process my withdrawal I'll have to reconsider dealing with them. They do have some nice attributes like really fast response on trades.
FxGlory In Brokers Apr 08 at 23:54
I traded with them quite a while. Made several small withdrawals. Turned 2K into 12K and then when I asked for a larger withdrawal suddenly they won't even communicate any more. I just checked their reviews on another site and they have been ripping people off on a regular basis. Please avoid this broker!
Forex Envy Ultra In Trading Systems Jan 30 2013 at 03:11
Is this the same settings that crashed in less than a week the last time Ultra was published here?
Forex Envy -LV- Mode In Trading Systems Dec 20 2012 at 02:25
How does this have lower drawdown and higher monthy ROI than Power L/S? I thought LV was supposed to be a risky setting?
2 accounts crashed one twice but restarted with proceeds from profitbackforex.com lowered risk factor to .5 and everything has been running fine ever since even with one of them at half the recommended lot size and the other one at only 10%. It doesn't matter how much you make if you can't keep it.
[quote]LorenzoFrench posted: you use a risk factor of 5 ?[/quote] I doubt any account less than a million would last more than a week at risk 5.
Big jump in the drawdown.. I hope that has a corresponding huge jump in profit..
Stat's look very impressive. It looks like they could farily safely do 50 times more.. Notice they are making pips as well as Dollars.
[quote]NairSys posted: [quote]tneedham posted: [quote]jpm_research posted: DD - 71% !!![/quote] That was when it had a VERY low balance.. I don't think you'll see anything near that high again. Unless the world economy collapeses. They've increased the tolerance for long trends but not eliminated the risk of a really long one. But they do say a worst case scenario is losing up to 15% of your balance and given a ROI of 1000's of % per month I think I can handle a occasisional 15% loss. I just hope that they can maintain at least most of the ROI as the account grows. It looks they are sayi......
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