mmatej1988 posted: Hello all and thanks for such a quick replies :)
It make sense actually, if I want someone to invest real money I will have to show him real money statement! How much does it matter account size, would you say 5K will interest someone after 2year statement on 4% monthly growth without any withdraw? Or does it even matter if I do withdraw as long I constantly earn min 4% each month for long period without big DD?
Thank you all for help, I never thought about investors before, but after few years now working in a team I realized that I will never get to big money by saving just from my salary, and I never had any strategy to earn big % in short time, so definitely going to open live account only for potential investors.
Showing some drawdown is healthy, accounts who are 'perfect' with no drawdown are scarrier to people then accounts with some drawdown. As this way clients can see what potential losses can be. Some very dangerous systems have no drawdowns until they explode.
mmatej1988 posted: Hello all, I have just joined myfxbook and after watching a community chat for a while I have noticed that all are interested exclusively in real account statements, I am doing a demo statement for a few months and now been wondering if its a waist of time, should i just wait till I have some decent money and make a real account statement?
Some demo accounts are doing much better than the millions real accounts so WHY NOT!?
11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
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