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togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4408 posts vontogr (togr) Jul 24 at 10:39
Elitefxsniper posted:



Hola Amigos )

Trader can trade with 100% probability on any chart ! Do you believe in this?

User Elitefxsniper wasnt found.

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  931 posts Professional4X Jul 26 at 20:31
FxPresident posted:
Of course I can open an account at Oanda and start trading there. But, are others so poorly regulated that must be statistic from Oanda? Is not AAAfx not sufficiently regulated? What about Australian ICMarkets, would be okay? What do other members think? Demo account is sufficient?
I'm only asking because I do not have any account there and I should start trading again at Oanda...


You believe you have a strategy that provides you 100% profitable trades.

My experience as a Quant with 30+ years of real world tech experience, say's to me that you do not have a system that provides 100% profitable trades with a strongly regulated US based broker.

Then there shouldn't be any excuse not to prove what you say using Oanda (US Based LIVE account) with strong regulations and asset protections.

If you can't do that, then I stand by my original statement, it's just another fantasy and a waste of time to even discuss.


If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
oportunis

Member Since Jun 22, 2013  11 posts oportunis Jul 30 at 10:34
Professional4X posted:
FxPresident posted:
Of course I can open an account at Oanda and start trading there. But, are others so poorly regulated that must be statistic from Oanda? Is not AAAfx not sufficiently regulated? What about Australian ICMarkets, would be okay? What do other members think? Demo account is sufficient?
I'm only asking because I do not have any account there and I should start trading again at Oanda...


You believe you have a strategy that provides you 100% profitable trades.

My experience as a Quant with 30+ years of real world tech experience, say's to me that you do not have a system that provides 100% profitable trades with a strongly regulated US based broker.

Then there shouldn't be any excuse not to prove what you say using Oanda (US Based LIVE account) with strong regulations and asset protections.

If you can't do that, then I stand by my original statement, it's just another fantasy and a waste of time to even discuss.


Oanda is same as all the brokers who don't offer custodian accounts. You do know that segregated just means Oanda's second bank account that they pool all investors in? If one uses leverage and a black swan event happens and wipes his money and goes into debt than all the money tied on that segregated account is gone and broker's bank will freeze all assets no matter if all the rest of traders didn't lose a dime on that black swan event... Stop praising US brokers, you better go with ones that offer custodian accounts, but for this you need 100k+
And to finsish this debate - There is no strategy in the world that has a 100% win rate. Forget about it, if you see such a system here run away as fast as you can. This means it's a ticking time bomb and if you invest say goodbye to your money...

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  931 posts Professional4X Jul 31 at 00:19
oportunis posted:
Stop praising US brokers, you better go with ones that offer custodian accounts, but for this you need 100k+
And to finsish this debate - There is no strategy in the world that has a 100% win rate. Forget about it, if you see such a system here run away as fast as you can. This means it's a ticking time bomb and if you invest say goodbye to your money...


Oanda follows all required regulations and required legal asset protections.

No one is 'praising' any brokers.

US Based retail traders are limited to US Based brokers due to regulations.





 

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
smith_fx

Member Since Jul 09, 2019  22 posts smith_fx Aug 03 at 06:17
Elitefxsniper posted:



Hola Amigos )

Trader can trade with 100% probability on any chart ! Do you believe in this?



I would like to disagree because mathematically , a probability is never 100 % . Since it is a probability and not a sure event it will always be less than 100 %. Similar is the case in trading . Trading with a 100 % probability is something hard to achieve. Stocks may go up and down due to a lot of reasons which may occur all of a sudden.
However , one can increase the possibility of a successful trade if he manages it right. So an accuracy of 90% may be possible but i think 100% is hard to achieve given the unpredictable nature of stock markets.

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4408 posts vontogr (togr) Aug 08 at 13:37
smith_fx posted:
Elitefxsniper posted:



Hola Amigos )

Trader can trade with 100% probability on any chart ! Do you believe in this?



I would like to disagree because mathematically , a probability is never 100 % . Since it is a probability and not a sure event it will always be less than 100 %. Similar is the case in trading . Trading with a 100 % probability is something hard to achieve. Stocks may go up and down due to a lot of reasons which may occur all of a sudden.
However , one can increase the possibility of a successful trade if he manages it right. So an accuracy of 90% may be possible but i think 100% is hard to achieve given the unpredictable nature of stock markets.



You can always have accoun ith olny profitable trades.
I have one and ALL FOUR trades :) are profitable indeed.
As a long term strategy it is indeed nonsense. Sometimes you simply have to close losing trade in order to open another profitable one :)

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
Abhijeet

Member Since Aug 14, 2019  3 posts Abhijeet Aug 14 at 09:12
If you never set a stop loss or close a trade in losing position, and trade a stable FX pair that just ranges maybe something like EURCHF or EURGBP, you should be able to only have winning trades. You would need a massive trading account though in order to keep all those losing positions open during drawdowns. But in theory you will get 100% winners

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4408 posts vontogr (togr) Aug 14 at 10:36
Abhijeet posted:
If you never set a stop loss or close a trade in losing position, and trade a stable FX pair that just ranges maybe something like EURCHF or EURGBP, you should be able to only have winning trades. You would need a massive trading account though in order to keep all those losing positions open during drawdowns. But in theory you will get 100% winners


Yeah but what would be a purpose of keeping losing positions pn your account forever?
It would block equity which could be otherwise used to place trades and earning profit
and also long term positions could cost a lot on swaps.

The only strategy where it might work is just one was trading in favorable swaps direction.
Still the profit will be pathetics as you might need to wait for months to close position on BE.

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
oportunis

Member Since Jun 22, 2013  11 posts oportunis Aug 14 at 10:49
Abhijeet posted:
If you never set a stop loss or close a trade in losing position, and trade a stable FX pair that just ranges maybe something like EURCHF or EURGBP, you should be able to only have winning trades. You would need a massive trading account though in order to keep all those losing positions open during drawdowns. But in theory, you will get 100% winners

Sure and then a black swan event happens in CHF as it occurred in 2015 and your funds are depleted, not only depleted but you end up owing money to the broker. Smart, really smart strategy! Let's all use it... NOT!!!

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