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[quote]Razzy posted: I just gain my capital back..and slight profit..Well done Caesar and the creator Tomas [grin][/quote] Hope you keep it with what is happening just now. Good luck.
Thomas did some errors : - he did not warn enough about the risk : how could he let people use 0.01 per 500 so 66% risk? , difference between ICMA and 400%..? - intervened and we had a loss instead of a win... But enough now. He has a great EA. Now everybody know the risk no need to talk more. Enough of these trolls. Also his right not to answer here.
Thomas please don't answer them. You make small error ok. Now if they are not happy they can leave. Don't worry everyone serious with trading knows what he should do (especially good MM) to stay profitable even if big SL. Better for you to have 20 good customers than 100 newbies... Those unhappy must leave and that is. Yes Caesar not for everyone I reckon. But for some it is good.
0.01 per 333... good luck. Please don't cry here after. Doing this is 3 times recommended risk.
Caesar2IcMA In Trading Systems Oct 08 at 07:37
Probably better if Thomas updates this signal.. New MM 0.01 per 1000 instead of 0.01 per 500 And SL 20 to 33%
[quote]togr posted: [quote]zyrt posted: BOTTOM line is Thomas intervened. This caused about 16% loss. Whereas the EA would have profited for sure if untouched.[/quote] I agree. And it is very easy to evaluate once the market has already moved.[/quote] So you don't regret intervening? So you may do it again? You must be more clear please my friend. I think Caesar untouched is the best. Those unhappy can leave.
[quote]makeitrain posted: [quote]zyrt posted: BOTTOM line is Thomas intervened. This caused about 16% loss. Whereas the EA would have profited for sure if untouched.[/quote] YEs he may have but If the panick attacks people were having weren't so He wouldn't have. Not saying whose right or wrong or pointing fingers or blame, Just straight up talk.[/quote] He should be strong enough to resist. He is a manager. His client should be aware of their risk and accept a loss without pain.
BOTTOM line is Thomas intervened. This caused about 16% loss. Whereas the EA would have profited for sure if untouched.
Thomas, Please just keep a 1000usd balance for the master, no more, not less. I disagree with the 1225usd balance. Tell people for 0.01 per 1000 they risk 33%. If they are not happy they can modify this, but this is the basis. Ignore others. And don't intervene again... :(
[quote]FxMasterGuru posted: I wish Tomas would have leased the EA to subscribers, so this mess could have been avoided... No trading on NFP days, no premature closure of basket... Maybe he would consider a leasing structure besides signals and direct account management... (Please, Tomas!)[/quote] Can't agree more. This way we could have set our risk / SL, and decide ourselves to chicken out or not. You can trade it with 0.01 per 300 or 500 or 1000 or 5000, just decide what is your SL. Re Thomas I am sure he will send us his statement with all what we need to know.
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