When I look at an account, I firstly look at the age of the account, the drawdown, then longs won/shorts won. If it passes those, I will move on to profit/sharpe ratio, lot sizing (look for martingales) then withdrawals & verifications. Just the way I look at things.
RSTrading posted: When I look at an account, I firstly look at the age of the account, the drawdown, then longs won/shorts won. If it passes those, I will move on to profit/sharpe ratio, lot sizing (look for martingales) then withdrawals & verifications. Just the way I look at things.
Thx for sharing your view... so now, all these accounts has been filled by your criterias... which one would you take then?
I am not with you? out of the choices above I had to choose which meant the most to me? Is that what you wanted? When deciding to follow an account I consider many criteria and not just one or two (as above) maybe I misunderstood your question. I just chose the one I would look at - I would definitely not follow it.#1, #2 and #4 would probably be my next check, but alone they would mean nothing - I would have to see much more.
I hope this answers some questions and some of my weirdness. It is just my opinion that #4 mean nothing to me.
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