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smarttrader (vijayinvites)
Jul 17 2015 at 06:33
106 posts
DGSCALPER posted:
vijayinvites posted:
DGSCALPER posted:
I'm NOT a PRO and I don't have PAMM account because I don't have the money lol but I know how to trade. https://www.myfxbook.com/members/DGSCALPER/dg-scalper/1305049 🙄


You know how to trade. Hmmmmmn why is your system private?


Its now public again


is it? public means deleting the account? why do you guys flatter so much when you cant even last few days?

smarttrader (vijayinvites)
Jul 17 2015 at 06:35
106 posts
HIROO59 posted:
Hello everyone,
Thank you exclusively to real accounts to ensure your potential in your account management for future investors
here's the proof


1 st link low risk
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/finbou/ma-503718-finbou-icmarkets-true/1073282

2nd link up 50% risk of the account and the account average 50%

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/HIROO59/gilles-denisot-forex-ee-multirisk/1253367/0JmTbMh8IfVhkiotIrhI

Best Regards

Hiroo59


second account, 3 months history is not a proof. Come back after 9+ months, till then please dont spam

HIROO59
Jul 17 2015 at 07:58
166 posts
vijayinvites posted:
HIROO59 posted:
Hello everyone,
Thank you exclusively to real accounts to ensure your potential in your account management for future investors
here's the proof


1 st link low risk
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/finbou/ma-503718-finbou-icmarkets-true/1073282

2nd link up 50% risk of the account and the account average 50%

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/HIROO59/gilles-denisot-forex-ee-multirisk/1253367/0JmTbMh8IfVhkiotIrhI

Best Regards

Hiroo59


second account, 3 months history is not a proof. Come back after 9+ months, till then please dont spam


@vijayinvites :
Maybe the 2 nd account only 3 months is normal, it is a new customer
I don't spam at all but when I see this topic being said I know manage funds, let me laugh because most of the accounts are young or demo account statement. it makes us more than 3 years we manage the funds.
regards
Hiroo59

Harus Sukses (bsukses)
Jul 18 2015 at 07:58
39 posts
this my real account Acc. : 1019272
Investor. : ay88k2z0g
Server. : 103.15.232.150
FBS

tak ada Ujian tak terselesaikan. harus USaha
FxZurich
FxZurich
Jul 18 2015 at 07:58
24 posts
Semi-automatic, price-action based swing strategy utilizing dynamic trailing stops to protect profits. At any given time there can be 10+ currency pairs in play (max. one trade per pair) depending on market conditions.

No hedging, no gridding, no Martingale. FIFO compliant.

Average Monthly Profit: +11.5%
Max. relative DD: -14%
Max. absolute DD: -2.9%
Win:Loss Ratio: 1.6:1
Profit Factor: 1.85
Expectancy: 52 pips per trade
Average Trading Time: 2 days

This strategy is traded on multiple real accounts for clients on SIGNALSTART.COM, however, a demo account is used as a Master Signal account for faster (instant) executions, so signals can be broadcasted to client accounts as fast as possible to reduce slippage. Some slippage is unavoidable, however, with a 52 pips per trade average profit the impact of max. 1-2 pips slippage is minimal.

https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/fxzurich/677

Anios FX Ltd (Inari)
Jul 18 2015 at 07:58
42 posts
Managed Accounts - just what is the purpose of a managed account?

Lets assume you have £10K and you want to hand it over to someone to manage for you. Unless you are extremely well off then surely you want to make sure that your funds are not subject to extreme risk. In a nutshell risk and reward are measured in relation to the returns you get on a risk free investment. This is the opportunity cost (in economic terms of doing the fx trade)

This could be a main street bank account as the £10K would be covered by FDIC (US) or the FCA in the UK. You then would amass a small amount of interest. This could be deemed a risk free account. Now in the UK you can invest £10+ in a tax free ISA and get aout 3-4% per year with no risk.It beats inflation but its pretty boring!

But if I had the proverbial £10K the guys offering me to only risk 50% of my AUM would scare the crap out of me.

Yes we can all appreciate a good return but the primary concern of any money manager is the preservation of capital not its obliteration. Some of the postings on here are not money management suggestions - more like betting tipsters.

Maybe we should start a new topic - called have a punt on this model :)

From a manager's perspective - a draw down of 10% should be the limit. Also a manager should be telling the client to use a little leverage as possible. IT is simple to get 50-100% in any month - 100% is 100 pips are a gearing of 100:1. But you need to be aiming to get 2-4% after fees per month for your client - that is an attractive and achievable.

The art of money management is something that needs to be viewed over a number of years not in one of two months of posted data.


Sean

FxZurich
FxZurich
Jul 19 2015 at 06:21
24 posts
Semi-automatic, price-action based swing strategy utilizing dynamic trailing stops to protect profits. At any given time there can be 10+ currency pairs in play (max. one trade per pair) depending on market conditions.

No hedging, no gridding, no Martingale. FIFO compliant.

Average Monthly Profit: +11.6%
Max. relative DD: -13.99%
Max. absolute DD: -2.9%

Win:Loss Ratio: 1.6:1
Average Win: +139 pips
Average Loss: -91 pips
Expectancy: 52 pips per trade
Profit Factor: 1.87
Projected CALMAR Ratio: 10.0
Average Trading Time: 2 days

This strategy is traded on multiple real accounts for clients on SIGNALSTART.COM, however, a demo account is used - intentionally - as a Master Signal account for faster (practically instant) executions, so signals can be broadcasted to client accounts as fast as possible to reduce slippage. 1-2 pips slippage on real accounts is unavoidable, however, with a 52 pips per trade average profit the impact is minimal.

You can sign up for at test-drive on: www.signalstart.com/analysis/fxzurich/677

Appex4x
Jul 20 2015 at 06:42
3 posts
Hello all

my acount, Inbox for more details

55,6% in 2 months

drawdown 6.3%

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Appex4x/appex4x-pro/1310412

Best Regards

Expert Profit
ExpertProfit2015
Jul 21 2015 at 06:46
37 posts
Anios FX Ltd (Inari)
Jul 21 2015 at 12:27
42 posts
The old adage is true
Unfortunately if it sounds too good to be true - it almost certainly is...
Making consistent profits in FX either by manual or automated methods is exceedingly difficult and most will fail.

I spent over 2 years trading FX manually after a career in banking - I documented by trades - every one for that period including the use of a dicta phone. After that I have my own thoughts and reasons for entering very trade - nearly 5000 of them. Some of them made 3 pips and some 150 pips and many lost.

Only after studying my notes and recordings did I try to form the basis of an algorithmic system. It has taken a further 7 years and it is still only 80% accurate. It applies of 16 different trading styles covering market entry and dynamic money management. Does it cover all market eventualities - of course not. Could it be improved - probably but no matter how many more years I spend there is no such thing as a perfect strategy. There is just an acceptable rate of return and an acceptable risk... Nothing more.

You need to be completely comfortable with any strategy you adopt - typically EAs tend to be fairly simple and as such it is almost impossible to find one that will b successful over the long term.

Even my automated strategy is watched all day every day and there is always the possibility of manual intervention should the market perform in an unexpected way.

These are just my thoughts
The FX market can provide a living - even a good one - but it is not a winning lottery ticket
The higher the gearing the sooner it will all come tumbling down

As an alternative to bank interest the FX markets can provide a good return.
As a speculation over the short term the FX markets can do well - but a good Blackjack system can do as well.

Set you goals at a max of 20-30% per year after fees an you are much less likely to be disappointed.

Sean


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