Nice, Doc! This strategy really shows the marks of an institutional trader.
It would be (and probably it is) an excellent strategy for ''high-rollers'' with $1 Million+ accounts.
Unfortunately, for the ''average'' retail trader - with less than $10k risk capital - the $30% yearly (pre-tax) profit is very thin and even with $100k investment it would not provide a comfortable passive income in the Western world (i.e. even flipping burgers at McDonald's would be more lucrative).
But again, in all other aspects it looks great! Thanks for showing it! 😄
Hello, here is my profitable managed account. I started managing pamm account at hot forex from 1 March this year to 1 october due to the broker change account was closed and continued at pepperstone broker from 1 november. chek first monitoring link is at hot forex and another continuation at pepperstone. https://www.myfxbook.com/members/dato1989/fxman/1721533 ,
please note that at hot forex I could not verify account because they does not provide investor password for pamm accounts. continuation at pepprstone is fully verified. if anyone interested write me :)
@ali66sh very insteresting 'strategy' you're using in the last couple of months... please correct if I'm wrong but it seems that instead of use a drawdown you're keeping the equity higher than balance and use this 'margin' to trade... Am I right? If not could you explain?
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