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Im an investor. How to find a consistent traders?

FxMasterGuru
zippanx
May 25 2015 at 20:29
9 posts
sizhouren
May 26 2015 at 10:59
59 posts
Guys, can i ask you all a question? My strategy is based on risk reward of 1:3 and is managed with price action. I am thinking to change the strategy to risk reward of only 1:1, which means there will be more profit taken and i believe, eventually will be profitable. What do you guys think?

TRORA (trora)
May 26 2015 at 11:32
120 posts
Pipsstealer (drefhill)
May 26 2015 at 13:22
22 posts
what you need also?

The previous year, the balance/equity, the positions sizes, the average Pips and $ profits loses, the max pips $ profits loses, the max drawdown, average drawdown etc... and so much more
Why you don't show january in your screenshot ?

Paracelsus66
May 26 2015 at 13:25
85 posts
Here you can see the January results: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/trora/222/1207943

-99.5%...

@trora

What else an investor needs...? Right...?

Pipsstealer (drefhill)
May 26 2015 at 13:35
22 posts
i can't believe that such ass holes think they stand a chance to get investors money.

FxMasterGuru
zippanx
May 26 2015 at 16:10
9 posts
when you talk about RR 1:1 then you should analyze how your accurate analysis, if you got 80% right all the time, then you can go for RR 1:1

sizhouren
May 26 2015 at 17:59
59 posts
with 3:1 and trailing stop management i think the win rate is around 30 percent. if its 1:1 risk reward, there will be less drawdowns and around 70 percent winning rate. Which do you think is better guys? Please help me nick too!

sizhouren
May 26 2015 at 21:27
59 posts
FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru)
May 27 2015 at 01:51
1607 posts
1:1 R:R without trailing stop and 70:30 W:L ratio would give a much smoother performance.

Trailing stop management results in variable profits, so I consider it less predictable, although it could be more profitable.

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