running 10+% floating balance. had not closed partials would have been 30% most probably. even on live account where I do not have earlier opened trades to compensate for whipsaw losers already floating balance equal to total losers. of course I am not looking for equal. i am looking to hit pay dirt. I guess this kind of trading cannot be assessed upon weekly/monthly balances. it is longer term. the most important for investors to know that trader takes all signals, cut losers and let profits run to let probabilities assert themselves. I am trying to grew reversed fat tail. Opposite from what practically every strategy running here does. good looking balance and trades that are deep in red. looks like other 2 pairs I am watching cannot be traded now. gbp/usd too far gone. risk is big. I wouold sell at better price to have risk smaller. gbp/nzd no signal yet and might be reversing to original trend. so this is all for now. let's see how new 5 trades will perform. so far I am not moving stops.
I am looking for a reversal on the GBP/Yen to retest the previous supportline which is now resistance, I opened a short on the EUR/AUD again ( I love to trade the AUD and the cross pairs!!) , but not too big, EUR/Cad took some profit and opened again, EUr/$ short for longer term will add to this one, my trading was very sloppy yesterday, that's what happens when you sit all day before your computer :D
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