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NextLevelForex

Medlem sedan Apr 25, 2011  262 poster Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex) Feb 23 2012 at 21:42

   nasco posted:
I think you should know the 'very aggressive' martingale way of trading is actually an extremely safe and controlled risk scenerio considering the real-time results.


That's your opinion, while mine is the opposite. No issue here, each one is entitled to their own set of beliefs.

He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
NextLevelForex

Medlem sedan Apr 25, 2011  262 poster Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex) Feb 23 2012 at 21:55

   nasco posted:
you should also know the lot sizing with MBtrading is different than standard MT4 platforms, in that 0.1 = 1.0 with MBtrading, so your analysis of the 'Agressive Martingale' is actually reduced significantly as your notes do not reflect that accurate lot sizing.


Now this comment really surprised me. Are you talking about what I wrote in my spreadsheet?
Very aggressive use of Martingale: 0.05, 0.10, 0.53, 5.16 lot sizes on 13-Jan-2012

Because if so, it makes me believe you did not even read my original comment, posted a while back on this thread:
http://www.myfxbook.com/community/experienced-traders/20-40-performance-fee-/164585,1#?pt=2&p=21&o=164585

In that comment, which I thought triggered your replies, I listed a series of trades that I spotted in your account history:

01.13.2012 03:31 01.13.2012 11:10 EURUSD Buy 0.50 - - 1.28630 1.26807 -182.3 -91.15 7h 39m -0.49%
01.13.2012 03:57 01.13.2012 11:10 EURUSD Buy 1.00 - - 1.28558 1.26807 -175.1 -175.10 7h 13m -0.95%
01.13.2012 08:26 01.13.2012 11:10 EURUSD Buy 5.30 - - 1.27851 1.26801 -105.0 -556.50 2h 44m -3.06%
01.13.2012 10:26 01.13.2012 11:10 EURUSD Buy 51.60 - - 1.26644 1.26799 15.5 799.80 44m 4.54%

Now if myfxbook reporting is off here, contact their support team. Because when I listed 0.05, 0.10, 0.53 and 5.16 in my spreadsheet I already accounted for the different lot size at MB Trading, as anyone able to divide by 10 can notice.

So from what I see there is nothing I need to update, and my notes correctly reflect the lot sizes used in your account. And getting in 4 steps to a lot size 100 times bigger than in the beginning (5.16 vs 0.05) qualifies for 'Aggressive Martingale' in my book, so that comment accurately reflects my opinion as well.

Take care,

Remus

He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
The_Dragon

Medlem sedan Feb 21, 2012  1 poster The_Dragon (The_Dragon) Feb 24 2012 at 07:00
Please search: PAMM-Monitoring: 2037082 - The Dragon

Happy trading.

tiagojacob18

Medlem sedan Nov 18, 2011  15 poster tiago jacob (tiagojacob18) Feb 29 2012 at 16:59
traderkaya

Medlem sedan Sep 11, 2010  19 poster Heri Yanto (traderkaya) Mar 03 2012 at 16:21

   NextLevelForex posted:
   Hi everyone,

If you are interested in trading other people’s money, please post details about your results here.
A verified real money account on myfxbook would be good, but not absolutely required at this point.
Please compile results and extract some statistics for posting them here. Specifically I'm interested in:

1) how long have you been trading for, any methods or systems
2) how many trades / month does your current system generate
3a) what is the maximum trade duration for the last 100 trades
3b) what is the average trade duration for the last 100 trades
4) what is the average pip/trade over the last 100 trades
5a) what is the Pips Expectancy of your current method
5b) what is the Expectancy Ratio of your current method

Pips Expectancy = ( Average Pips Win * Winning Trades % + Average Pips Loss * Losing Trades % ) / 100
Expectancy Ratio = Pips Expectancy / Average Pips Loss

Thank you for your interest!

Remus


hi remus ,

this is my pamm verified by myfxbook.com :

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/traderkaya/revive-acangz-pamm/170913

I have trade since 2009 , I use my own trading system base on sup - res and price action.

Better and Faster
jad42

Medlem sedan Jan 02, 2010  25 poster Ja (jad42) Mar 03 2012 at 17:44 (editerad Mar 03 2012 at 17:45 )
Hi Remus,

Would you not find it better tracking traders with AT LEAST 1 years worth of verified history, you might get a better perception of that trader......

        Ja.

Memories caught in time but never forgotton
Chikot

Medlem sedan Jan 14, 2010  2191 poster Chikot Mar 03 2012 at 21:02
For manual trader 6-8 months of consistent monitored results is enough. For automated trader even 1 year is not enough.


   jad42 posted:
   Hi Remus,

Would you not find it better tracking traders with AT LEAST 1 years worth of verified history, you might get a better perception of that trader......

        Ja.

jad42

Medlem sedan Jan 02, 2010  25 poster Ja (jad42) Mar 04 2012 at 00:33

   Chikot posted:
   For manual trader 6-8 months of consistent monitored results is enough. For automated trader even 1 year is not enough.


   jad42 posted:
   Hi Remus,

Would you not find it better tracking traders with AT LEAST 1 years worth of verified history, you might get a better perception of that trader......

        Ja.





Personally, if i was looking for a money manager i would like to see a positive account through the different market
environments. Bull/bear/ risk averse/risk off/risk on ......

Experience in trading is king..

2013 will be a decade of trading for me, i have witnessed some very different market environments, some very different
market emotions.........

Longevity would be paramount for me.....

Memories caught in time but never forgotton
masterlogin

Medlem sedan Dec 15, 2011  25 poster Mr Craig (masterlogin) Mar 19 2012 at 10:54

   traderkaya posted:
   
   NextLevelForex posted:
   Hi everyone,

If you are interested in trading other people’s money, please post details about your results here.
A verified real money account on myfxbook would be good, but not absolutely required at this point.
Please compile results and extract some statistics for posting them here. Specifically I'm interested in:

1) how long have you been trading for, any methods or systems
2) how many trades / month does your current system generate
3a) what is the maximum trade duration for the last 100 trades
3b) what is the average trade duration for the last 100 trades
4) what is the average pip/trade over the last 100 trades
5a) what is the Pips Expectancy of your current method
5b) what is the Expectancy Ratio of your current method

Pips Expectancy = ( Average Pips Win * Winning Trades % + Average Pips Loss * Losing Trades % ) / 100
Expectancy Ratio = Pips Expectancy / Average Pips Loss

Thank you for your interest!

Remus


hi remus ,

this is my pamm verified by myfxbook.com :

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/traderkaya/revive-acangz-pamm/170913

I have trade since 2009 , I use my own trading system base on sup - res and price action.


this PAMM same with our broker wink

Forex is my friend, where we can be friends and do the opposite where they went
tiagojacob18

Medlem sedan Nov 18, 2011  15 poster tiago jacob (tiagojacob18) Mar 19 2012 at 13:25
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