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togr (togr)
Dec 16 2014 at 13:22
4862 posts
CrazyTrader posted:
togr posted:
CrazyTrader posted:
'how the trader going to participate in discussion proves this'
I do it in realtime since 2 years...


Please post the link to your real profitable MFB account to fulfill the forum rules.


Traders following my signals don't need to see my live account to realize I provide awesome signals... Simply check out yourself.
Get interested in other experienced taders if you want to know about them.

Sure. But these are this forum rules.

togr (togr)
Dec 16 2014 at 14:47
4862 posts
togr posted:
CrazyTrader posted:
togr posted:
CrazyTrader posted:
'how the trader going to participate in discussion proves this'
I do it in realtime since 2 years...


Please post the link to your real profitable MFB account to fulfill the forum rules.


Traders following my signals don't need to see my live account to realize I provide awesome signals... Simply check out yourself.
Get interested in other experienced taders if you want to know about them.

Sure. But these are this forum rules.

You were kicked off.
1 .you did not post your account link
2. you were offtopic - self promoting yourself.

togr (togr)
Dec 16 2014 at 14:50
4862 posts
DRFXTRADING posted:
Patience grasshoper...Real Traders will answer your call in time..

Main Reason for failure;

1. The marketed belief that trading has to be done every day to be profitable.

This is what causes the other problems of discipline, impatience, emotional decisions..etc.

If something is not happening as quickly as you are led to believe, its easy to break your rules.

Larger Time Frames, Swing Trading is a big part of the solution.

4 Trades, 365 Pips, 17% on Demo here https://www.myfxbook.com/members/DRFXTRADING/duane/1079693 - which is 4 trades behind my Live Dukascopy Account (cant be linked to MFB) which is up 22% since use of Methodology.


Trades arent frequent, but when they come....




 


....more than worth the wait..

@DRFXTRADING
To be fair I kicked you off as well.
1. You did not post link to real account
2. You did promote yourself

togr (togr)
Dec 16 2014 at 14:57
4862 posts
togr posted:
Hi,

I am tired of discussion with users that do not know basic forex terms, they do not have any real and stable systems here on MFB and yet they spam the forums with their pathetic systems or even pathetic pictures of MT4.

I am not sure If I can find other users here on MFB but lets give it a try. For all real traders here the rules are simple:

If you wish to discuss anything meaningful please post link to your real account you have here on MFB and stay focused.
No personal insults. No spam. No off-topic comments.

First topic to discuss.
1. Why 95% of the traders fail?

IMHO
(and here is my account https://www.myfxbook.com/members/togr/fxprimusc21/756902 to follow my own rules:))
They lack discipline, they do not study first and they do not stick to the plan.
What are your thoughts?

#2 Topic Russian Ruble
Multiple brokers of mine stop accepting new USD/RUB (EUR/RUB) orders.
I believe they have liquidity issues as the RUB is the weakiest in history

mavericks
Dec 18 2014 at 07:15
110 posts
Crazytrader. I have noticed you on the forums. You are trying to teach, but what ?! You are clearly not sucesfull. Your results are nonexistent. You are drawing silly trendlines and ridiculous M W patterns pretending to be some kind of expert. And yet clearly none of this works. You are bragging about 10 000 usd from investor like it was some kind of big deal ( Iam laughting my ass of about ridiculous name - Chance of my life - most pathetic thing ever ).

Get investors and get paid 15 percent of theyr profits. More on my website.
Smokey
Dec 18 2014 at 07:18
11 posts
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with new traders.
Overleveraging, aggressively adding to losing positions, trading pairs they dont know well enough,

But what kills most, is holding onto losing positions too long. Being convinced that they are right and the market will go their way. Never be sure of anything when it comes to trading. Sure, price reverts 4 out of 5 times or more but for that 1 time you HAVE TO cut or your account will burn eventually. So there will be a next day and new opportunities to take on.

FXOpen doesnt seem to give regular quotes for the last few days on the RUB pairs -_-

Heres my live account https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Smokey/10-per-month/1022063

togr (togr)
Dec 18 2014 at 10:02
4862 posts
mavericks posted:
Crazytrader. I have noticed you on the forums. You are trying to teach, but what ?! You are clearly not sucesfull. Your results are nonexistent. You are drawing silly trendlines and ridiculous M W patterns pretending to be some kind of expert. And yet clearly none of this works. You are bragging about 10 000 usd from investor like it was some kind of big deal ( Iam laughting my ass of about ridiculous name - Chance of my life - most pathetic thing ever ).


@mavericks
I would agree with you. But please follow this topic rules. They are simple.

togr (togr)
Dec 18 2014 at 10:04
4862 posts
Smokey posted:
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with new traders.
Overleveraging, aggressively adding to losing positions, trading pairs they dont know well enough,

But what kills most, is holding onto losing positions too long. Being convinced that they are right and the market will go their way. Never be sure of anything when it comes to trading. Sure, price reverts 4 out of 5 times or more but for that 1 time you HAVE TO cut or your account will burn eventually. So there will be a next day and new opportunities to take on.

FXOpen doesnt seem to give regular quotes for the last few days on the RUB pairs -_-

Heres my live account https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Smokey/10-per-month/1022063

@Smokey
Hey finally I met some real trader. :)
I agree. Newbies usually cut the profits very early and keep loosing positions open for too long, even wiping the whole account. I would say it is combination of lack of knowledge and greed.

Andrew Button
AndrewButton
Jan 04 2015 at 07:35
12 posts
@Smokey

yep agree on your points, They lack discipline, they do not study first and they do not stick to the plan.

I would also add they over leverage / take to large positions & do not keep it simple or consistent.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/AndrewButton/andyb/1113440 my account, only just started here so not much to view yet.


Andrew Button
AndrewButton
Jan 04 2015 at 07:35
12 posts
Apologies above should be @vontogr

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