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sunsoeil
Jun 15 2018 at 07:01
8 posts
togr posted:
sunsoeil posted:
I believe my system fulfill all the criteria:

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/sunsoeil/fxpredator/2563298

Drawdown: 2.72%
Trades: 64
Average Win: 195.98 pips / $20.15
Average Loss: -6.80 pips / -$7.61

It does, congratulation


Thank you! It still looks young. I'll wait another couple of months to see how it works

vontogr (togr)
Jun 15 2018 at 10:06
4862 posts
FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru)
Jun 17 2018 at 14:18
1607 posts
@togr

As far as I know - from insider info - most brokers 'B-book' accounts under $50k and especially those ones which trade smaller lot sizes. They simply cannot send fraction lots to the wholesale market, so they aggregate and 'B-book' retail clients' trades which naturally lead to imbalance after some time as the number of buyers and sellers are different, which imbalance (risk exposure) they MAY compensate by periodically rebalancing their net positions through Liquidity Providers (LPs).

The other reason they 'B-book' and take the risk is because of the statistics... Namely the fact that 90-95% of traders lose their accounts. So these traders leave not only the spreads and commissions at the broker, but finally their deposits, too. The statistics are on brokers' side, similarly how casinos operate. I heard of broker which have never even connected to LPs, i.e. they heavily relied on the above statistics...

By the way, 'B-booking' itself is not bad. On the contrary, it can provide MUCH BETTER fills than 'A-booking' (due to practically unlimited liquidity at a certain price level) as long as the broker does not attach one of the many virtual dealer-plugins to the 'B-booked' accounts, which happens usually after a FEW MONTHS, i.e. after the 'Honeymoon' period...

P.S. Once I traded a tick scalper EA with 150(!) lots per side, in & out within 30 seconds. While my trades were 'B-booked' the 150 lots have not moved the BID and ASK prices even by a piplet during executions while the wholesale LP liquidity was about 150 lots for a 5 piplets price range. So my trades should have moved the market by at least 0.5 pips and for at least a few seconds, but those 150 lots executions went through without a blip on the BID and ASK prices.

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xplorer
Jun 17 2018 at 14:19
2 posts
Hi guys!
Check this out: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/xplorer/xplorer/2402884
I started with scalper, but now prefer manual trading.

Adribaasmet
Jun 18 2018 at 05:47
900 posts
znjxz posted:
Adribaasmet posted:
znjxz posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/znjxz/znjxz-multistra/2523319


Till the 1st may the result was too impressive but then the winning ratio is decreasing. Have you mark that issue?
I added a scalping stra in it on may 1st which suffer consecutive losses .


I see, by the way; hope you’ll recover your losses very soon. All the best.

vontogr (togr)
Jun 18 2018 at 09:46
4862 posts
FxMasterGuru posted:
@togr

As far as I know - from insider info - most brokers 'B-book' accounts under $50k and especially those ones which trade smaller lot sizes. They simply cannot send fraction lots to the wholesale market, so they aggregate and 'B-book' retail clients' trades which naturally lead to imbalance after some time as the number of buyers and sellers are different, which imbalance (risk exposure) they MAY compensate by periodically rebalancing their net positions through Liquidity Providers (LPs).

The other reason they 'B-book' and take the risk is because of the statistics... Namely the fact that 90-95% of traders lose their accounts. So these traders leave not only the spreads and commissions at the broker, but finally their deposits, too. The statistics are on brokers' side, similarly how casinos operate. I heard of broker which have never even connected to LPs, i.e. they heavily relied on the above statistics...

By the way, 'B-booking' itself is not bad. On the contrary, it can provide MUCH BETTER fills than 'A-booking' (due to practically unlimited liquidity at a certain price level) as long as the broker does not attach one of the many virtual dealer-plugins to the 'B-booked' accounts, which happens usually after a FEW MONTHS, i.e. after the 'Honeymoon' period...

P.S. Once I traded a tick scalper EA with 150(!) lots per side, in & out within 30 seconds. While my trades were 'B-booked' the 150 lots have not moved the BID and ASK prices even by a piplet during executions while the wholesale LP liquidity was about 150 lots for a 5 piplets price range. So my trades should have moved the market by at least 0.5 pips and for at least a few seconds, but those 150 lots executions went through without a blip on the BID and ASK prices.


I agree that brokers do that.
My point was how do you know Ic MArkets is marketmaker?

Leverage__
Jun 19 2018 at 06:00
31 posts
Look my system still in profit since 6 months and low drawdown and real account.

Check here : https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/leverage/29649

Regards

vontogr (togr)
Jun 19 2018 at 11:27
4862 posts
Leverage__ posted:
Look my system still in profit since 6 months and low drawdown and real account.

Check here : https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/leverage/29649

Regards

OMG you check the rules
Martingales are not allowed here
Open Date Close date Symbol Action Lots SL TP Open Close Pips Profit Duration Gain
06.18.2018 15:56 06.18.2018 19:26 NZDCAD Sell 0.07 - 0.91540 0.91690 0.91660 3.0 0.02 3h 30m +0.02%
06.18.2018 14:27 06.18.2018 19:26 NZDCAD Sell 0.04 - 0.91540 0.91586 0.91660 -7.4 -0.02 4h 59m -0.02%
06.18.2018 15:05 06.18.2018 19:26 NZDCAD Buy 0.01 - 0.91819 0.91669 0.91619 -5.0 0.00 4h 20m +0%

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