Err~~~ Here's my little exhibition in myfxbook for trading expectancy~~~etc 2 strategies used, second one screwed up the stats a bit~~~ but just look at withdrawal to deposit and commission expenses (Commissions are fully rebated).
I lost around $500 usd on Brexit, over several trades even, maximizing commission returns (not good strategy yet, needs fine tuning and more backtesting...), while making and withdrawing $5,500. 10 times my initial investment.
I guess I can publish my signals from our Hedge Funds Algo's or my own trading too, haha~~ But most our strategies are black boxes and commercial secrets. We own our liquidity providers, meaning several brokerages, so we can fully hide our strategies from prying eyes...
Thank you. I've seen too many fools rush in with live accounts before utilising the demo facility first. Let's wait and see how HardRightHedge copes with the passage of time. I have never back tested as it is illusory! Cheers.
Sukhumvit posted: Thank you. I've seen too many fools rush in with live accounts before utilising the demo facility first. Let's wait and see how HardRightHedge copes with the passage of time. I have never back tested as it is illusory! Cheers.
Yes, backtests are usually illusory. On the other hand: if they showed consistently BAD results on the long run, then spending time with demo forward tests could be a waste of time.
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