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Automated systems with 95% profitability - can this be true ?

theodoros1
Apr 15 2015 at 07:15
24 posts
I am watching some of the automated systems with profitability decisions of 95% meaning that 95 of all decisions going long or short was correct. ( example vortex trader pro ). I am wondering how is it possible to get an automated system so accurate ? And If you get it why the owners of it are not ultra billioners ? why people are not following them only instead of making own decsions ?


are those presented systems true ? or they found a way to present a fake true ? do anyone knows something more ?

Low Leverage, long term trades, stay safe...
growthera
Apr 15 2015 at 10:02
86 posts
in most cases their average loss is bigger then the average gain. Meaning, when they lose, they lose big. Actually 90% accurate is not so complicated if you have very large SL and small TP. That is why you should never look at only 1 statistic/ratio when looking at a system, but several. Since each number will give you a piece of the puzzle, which is the total system.
I'm sure that as usual, many people will reply and say ''no no I can do it..'

RedRhinoLab
Apr 16 2015 at 06:41
631 posts
if you can risk 10 pips to make 10 pips with 95% win ratio, you can compound after each win and make a lot of money, but how much duration between each trade? Everyday, once a month, or a few trades a year?

@growthera Maybe a combination of Profitability Ratio, Pip Expectancy, Average Win , Average Loss .Trade Duration

ScalpingRus
Apr 16 2015 at 10:04
116 posts
Very well said by @growthera
 I'd also like to add that if you see someone with a very high % of win, have a look at the amount of pips their positions ends up in red. You can find that stat only if the account is 'verified' by myfxbook. If the account is verified then click the 'trade history tab', and hoover your mouse over the small little chart that each trade has. A pop will reveal something called 'Pip-drawdown'. That then plays into big SL and small TP. In other words if a person closed for 10 pips profit, but their 'Pip-drawdown' WAS 500 pips, then it is clear to see that although the trade ended coming back to them, they spent 500 pips max in red, before they closed for profit.

 You can see I earned 8 pips profit, but the most amount of pips I was in red for the life of the trade was only 4 pips.



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ManukSabung
Apr 16 2015 at 10:45
110 posts
this ea have huge number of stoploss . this ea same like 100 pips trading . i use 2 ea to make the stoploss in stealth mode . its nice when the news n price movement . we can earn 5 out of 6 trade win with 100 stoploss ...

ForexAssistant (ForexAssistant)
Apr 16 2015 at 14:20
465 posts
You can do even better than that, RISE https://www.myfxbook.com/members/ForexAssistant/rise-audcad/578913
uses the fact that currencies have to stay close to their counterparts, (the basic stuff in fundamental trading) and always trades towards the center. It never closes the trade but instead calculates the worst case scenario and has enough in the balance to cover for it. Its a different way of trading that is much safer than the way technical traders do it though it doesn't pay as well when compared to technical traders that happen to be winning.

People get brainwashed into one way of thinking and have a difficult time seeing some other way of doing things. It isn't a loss until the trade is closed, just don't close the trade until its in profit and keep enough in your balance that the broker has no call to close it either. There are real world market reasons that the price of any currency pair stays around a certain price. The price fluctuates around a norm and doesn't like to get too far away from that norm. Use that knowledge that no one ever talks about to design a safer system.

And that's what RISE does to get it's ultra high accuracy. In other words, don't let people that have one way of thinking try to convince you that someone is scamming you by using no stop-losses or very large ones. Evaluate that system, not someone else's opinion.

One word of caution, no matter how good something is, it isn't perfect. Remember to diversify as a way to lessen even that risk.

Bob

 

where research touches lives.
ScalpingRus
Apr 17 2015 at 06:34
116 posts
ForexAssistant posted:
You can do even better than that, RISE https://www.myfxbook.com/members/ForexAssistant/rise-audcad/578913
uses the fact that currencies have to stay close to their counterparts, (the basic stuff in fundamental trading) and always trades towards the center. It never closes the trade but instead calculates the worst case scenario and has enough in the balance to cover for it. Its a different way of trading that is much safer than the way technical traders do it though it doesn't pay as well when compared to technical traders that happen to be winning.

People get brainwashed into one way of thinking and have a difficult time seeing some other way of doing things. It isn't a loss until the trade is closed, just don't close the trade until its in profit and keep enough in your balance that the broker has no call to close it either. There are real world market reasons that the price of any currency pair stays around a certain price. The price fluctuates around a norm and doesn't like to get too far away from that norm. Use that knowledge that no one ever talks about to design a safer system.

And that's what RISE does to get it's ultra high accuracy. In other words, don't let people that have one way of thinking try to convince you that someone is scamming you by using no stop-losses or very large ones. Evaluate that system, not someone else's opinion.

One word of caution, no matter how good something is, it isn't perfect. Remember to diversify as a way to lessen even that risk.

Bob

 


 The manner which you are trading is how the banks want us to trade. The longer we hold a position, then the higher the chances we have of a black swan event occuring to wipe out the account, even with the best "money management". Your method works in the DEMO world, but in the real world with real money things happens to occur much differently. One should spend LESS time in a position, not more time, and there is no reason to believe that this "center" median is even real. Sticking to the most basic form of trading "extension, reversal, and accumulation" should be what every trader aims for.

ForexAssistant (ForexAssistant)
Apr 17 2015 at 12:53
465 posts
I will repeat 'People get brainwashed into one way of thinking and have a difficult time seeing some other way of doing things. '

I have been doing this since April 2008 and we have had many so called black swan events but still solvent. However, I knew there would be one that had to say, that since you are showing a demo, oh and it isn't verified, and there must be some kind of a trick or someone is intentionally trying to rip someone off, Or any number of other such things to try to discredit something that they don't understand.

It's a Robot, for emotionless computer programs there is absolutely no difference between a demo account and a live account accept with a demo you are not telling every every government agent, identity thief or some sue happy lowlife, what you have to work with. When you think things through you just come to realize that all that stuff that you were brainwashed with is only true for your kind of trading which is in my mind, inferior to something that hasn't lost in 8 years.

But why take my word for it, absolutely anyone can download either program and use it for as long as the like on a demo account. They can read my book on why the robot is the system of now and tomorrow. Or they can listen to the old wives tells that are so prevalent on this forum. I will also repeat what I consider to be sound advice for everything including investing, 'Evaluate the system, not someone else's opinion'.

Good luck all.
Bob

where research touches lives.
ScalpingRus
Apr 17 2015 at 17:16
116 posts
ForexAssistant posted:
I will repeat 'People get brainwashed into one way of thinking and have a difficult time seeing some other way of doing things. '

I have been doing this since April 2008 and we have had many so called black swan events but still solvent. However, I knew there would be one that had to say, that since you are showing a demo, oh and it isn't verified, and there must be some kind of a trick or someone is intentionally trying to rip someone off, Or any number of other such things to try to discredit something that they don't understand.

It's a Robot, for emotionless computer programs there is absolutely no difference between a demo account and a live account accept with a demo you are not telling every every government agent, identity thief or some sue happy lowlife, what you have to work with. When you think things through you just come to realize that all that stuff that you were brainwashed with is only true for your kind of trading which is in my mind, inferior to something that hasn't lost in 8 years.

But why take my word for it, absolutely anyone can download either program and use it for as long as the like on a demo account. They can read my book on why the robot is the system of now and tomorrow. Or they can listen to the old wives tells that are so prevalent on this forum. I will also repeat what I consider to be sound advice for everything including investing, 'Evaluate the system, not someone else's opinion'.

Good luck all.
Bob


  Excellent. Until you put that 'EA' on a live account no one will take you seriously.

MyFxTrader
Apr 17 2015 at 19:18
170 posts
You can't take a guy who says there's no difference between a demo and a real account seriously, can you?

www.myfxbook.com/members/bilalpakistani/100scalping/1160727
www.myfxbook.com/members/bilalpakistani/100scalperreal/1169315

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