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

Apr 15, 2015 at 07:15
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Look009
forex_trader_186239
Member Since Apr 15, 2014   224 posts
Jun 25, 2015 at 06:04
The best thing is to measure DD in pips, that's it...
forex_trader_25447
Member Since Dec 21, 2010   131 posts
Jun 25, 2015 at 06:07
Yes ... DD pips .
If I made +2000 pips closed per month,
and have -1000 Floating,
it is NOT too bad
Member Since Jun 22, 2015   84 posts
Jun 25, 2015 at 06:12
StoneHeart posted:
@KATSUO DD is EXTREMELY dependent by DEPOSIT !!!
If I TEST some new system, I will sure make it on LOW DEPOSIT ==> result is HIGH DD !!

@togr POSITIVE Pips result is definitely GOOD !

... everything else is DEPOSIT !!!

drawdown reflects the trader's behavior and their entry accuracy and how strong their risk management.
if trader usually having big dd in their system that's mean their mentality always doing that bad behaviour. they dont care about their money and always take big risk no matter how large their deposit.
Member Since Sep 16, 2009   116 posts
Jun 25, 2015 at 06:36
DD by pips is only accurate if the lot size used is constant..

ose the monetary value of the -1000 pips can be higher that the monetary value of +1000pips win.
can the pursuit of wealth be automated?
Member Since Feb 22, 2011   4862 posts
Jun 26, 2015 at 05:59
I have 99% trades profitability.
Does it mean anything? :)
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jun 26, 2015 at 06:21
togr posted:
I have 99% trades profitability.
Does it mean anything? :)

99% win rate is EASY:

Let say we BUY 10 lots EURUSD when the market opens (at London Open) targeting 1 pip and using no stop loss, just closing the trade at the end of the day. What will happen...?

Exactly. Out of 100 trading days probably we may win on 99 days, but ONE day we we might lose 200+ pips...

And here you go: You have the 'Holy Grail' until that ONE day...

By the way, ALL Martingales (and most grids) face the same exact challenge, which is why no Martingale will survive more than a year or two. That ONE day ('Judgement Day') WILL COME.
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Member Since Jun 04, 2015   31 posts
Jun 26, 2015 at 12:53
FxMasterGuru posted:
By the way, ALL Martingales (and most grids) face the same exact challenge, which is why no Martingale will survive more than a year or two. That ONE day ('Judgement Day') WILL COME.

with the standard casino martingale you have right!
with an async hedged open martingale (brownian motion, probabilty theory) you are wrong!

the most reason why martingale crashes accounts:
-less equity, equity, equity
-use of standard casino martingale
-no knowledge about brownian motion
-no knowledge about stochastic processes
-no knowledge about the different martingale systems, like open, closed, hedged (why most all trader meaning the casino martingale)
-no security features like async hedges
-use of static values for tp,ts,ts,lots - useless in an dynamic market!
-static grids if used...hello, fx is an dynamic market!
and much more

an with 'unlimited' equity, you will survive casino martingale very easy, 9 strikes in a row against you are very rare.

martingale in use with several other features is very stable with less then 20% (m)dd and cant crash your account!
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jun 26, 2015 at 17:05
@MHO_ProFXManager

Please SHOW US the MONEY...! Talk is cheap...

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Member Since Jun 04, 2015   31 posts
Jun 27, 2015 at 07:35
FxMasterGuru posted:
@MHO_ProFXManager

Please SHOW US the MONEY...! Talk is cheap...

never ever bro...hints to the knowledge are given, thats all you will get from me. :) maybe i'll setup a pamm in the future, stay tuned
Member Since Oct 20, 2009   43 posts
Jun 27, 2015 at 07:36
Folks, This is another great performance , smooth and 95% steady - Investor login available for traders who want to use it!

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/breakforex/gcgbp/1217372
Member Since May 04, 2012   1608 posts
Jun 27, 2015 at 07:37
MHO_ProFXManager posted:
FxMasterGuru posted:
@MHO_ProFXManager

Please SHOW US the MONEY...! Talk is cheap...

never ever bro...hints to the knowledge are given, thats all you will get from me. :) maybe i'll setup a pamm in the future, stay tuned

YEAH, RIGHT... 😀
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Member Since Feb 03, 2015   13 posts
Sep 27, 2015 at 05:59
MyFxTrader posted:
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

I hate Demo accounts, they're only good for testing purposes.
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