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vontogr (togr)
Apr 12 2019 at 09:51
4862 posts
tamirsa posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
psnowfox posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/psnowfox/short-term-correlation/3176661


This thread is fun, it's like game The Werewolves of Millers Hollow, guess between serious traders and cheater who want to sell something. :)


The best filtering method I've found, is at any time, look at the page number of the recent post, let's call it X, then substruct x-300, let's call the new number Y.
Now, go to page number Y.
You don't have to scroll back manually, you can change the address of this page, where it says &p=X, simply change the X to your new page number Y and click Enter. Don't change any of the other fields.

Start clicking on account links from this page backward. You may do so by middle-clicking on all links on a page then take a look at the tabs which were opened, then go to the previous page and so on.
If you find an account which is not private, not closed, which belongs to a user who still exists, and the account is not wiped out, you have probably landed on a profitable account and you may want to follow it or copy its signals.

I warn you though - such a finding is very very hard. Probably a tedious task but should worth you more than any other algorithm for finding good accounts here.


I have tried so many times just to report all systems were gone.
Though many of them were clearly bad systems at the time of posting already.


So it was a nice experiment, wasn't it?
When people play with fire, other people get burned...
This shows us that people don't take trading seriously, because they can't even be consistent with the market for 2 or three years.


There are still some traders reamining :)

Yijun
Apr 12 2019 at 12:20
6 posts
Not many remaining. An analysis of those remaining could be used as a very good filter to find those traders who actually know how to trade and are worth contacting and following

psnowfox
Apr 14 2019 at 05:35
17 posts
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
psnowfox posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/psnowfox/short-term-correlation/3176661


This thread is fun, it's like game The Werewolves of Millers Hollow, guess between serious traders and cheater who want to sell something. :)


The best filtering method I've found, is at any time, look at the page number of the recent post, let's call it X, then substruct x-300, let's call the new number Y.
Now, go to page number Y.
You don't have to scroll back manually, you can change the address of this page, where it says &p=X, simply change the X to your new page number Y and click Enter. Don't change any of the other fields.

Start clicking on account links from this page backward. You may do so by middle-clicking on all links on a page then take a look at the tabs which were opened, then go to the previous page and so on.
If you find an account which is not private, not closed, which belongs to a user who still exists, and the account is not wiped out, you have probably landed on a profitable account and you may want to follow it or copy its signals.

I warn you though - such a finding is very very hard. Probably a tedious task but should worth you more than any other algorithm for finding good accounts here.


I have tried so many times just to report all systems were gone.
Though many of them were clearly bad systems at the time of posting already.


So it was a nice experiment, wasn't it?
When people play with fire, other people get burned...
This shows us that people don't take trading seriously, because they can't even be consistent with the market for 2 or three years.


There are still some traders reamining :)


And those survived just laugh when sleazy salesmen start advertise for their strategies/EA and philosophy :)

Many here said a lot about money management, psychology, common sense of technical analysis, etc.

Very few shares detailed of their strategy in a trading context: Sharpe, mDD, turnover, margin, how they form portfolios (stats arb, mean-reverse, etc.), what is their VaR, how they hedge.

My old firm (xxxxxQuant) recruiter looked at this thread, no one shares those information.

Global Tech (GermanyFX)
Apr 14 2019 at 06:01
449 posts
Yijun posted:
Not many remaining. An analysis of those remaining could be used as a very good filter to find those traders who actually know how to trade and are worth contacting and following


exactly....follow system only with minimum of 6 to 12 months records.

all else is a noise.

Work hard and play hard
MainskyFX (vincentleey84)
Apr 14 2019 at 10:26
10 posts
vontogr (togr)
Apr 15 2019 at 07:17
4862 posts
psnowfox posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
psnowfox posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/psnowfox/short-term-correlation/3176661


This thread is fun, it's like game The Werewolves of Millers Hollow, guess between serious traders and cheater who want to sell something. :)


The best filtering method I've found, is at any time, look at the page number of the recent post, let's call it X, then substruct x-300, let's call the new number Y.
Now, go to page number Y.
You don't have to scroll back manually, you can change the address of this page, where it says &p=X, simply change the X to your new page number Y and click Enter. Don't change any of the other fields.

Start clicking on account links from this page backward. You may do so by middle-clicking on all links on a page then take a look at the tabs which were opened, then go to the previous page and so on.
If you find an account which is not private, not closed, which belongs to a user who still exists, and the account is not wiped out, you have probably landed on a profitable account and you may want to follow it or copy its signals.

I warn you though - such a finding is very very hard. Probably a tedious task but should worth you more than any other algorithm for finding good accounts here.


I have tried so many times just to report all systems were gone.
Though many of them were clearly bad systems at the time of posting already.


So it was a nice experiment, wasn't it?
When people play with fire, other people get burned...
This shows us that people don't take trading seriously, because they can't even be consistent with the market for 2 or three years.


There are still some traders reamining :)


And those survived just laugh when sleazy salesmen start advertise for their strategies/EA and philosophy :)

Many here said a lot about money management, psychology, common sense of technical analysis, etc.

Very few shares detailed of their strategy in a trading context: Sharpe, mDD, turnover, margin, how they form portfolios (stats arb, mean-reverse, etc.), what is their VaR, how they hedge.

My old firm (xxxxxQuant) recruiter looked at this thread, no one shares those information.


I would say desrciption does not matter.
If there are consistent results for a long period, acceptable risk and profit you have a winner.

psnowfox
Apr 17 2019 at 05:28
17 posts
togr posted:
psnowfox posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
togr posted:
tamirsa posted:
psnowfox posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/psnowfox/short-term-correlation/3176661


This thread is fun, it's like game The Werewolves of Millers Hollow, guess between serious traders and cheater who want to sell something. :)


The best filtering method I've found, is at any time, look at the page number of the recent post, let's call it X, then substruct x-300, let's call the new number Y.
Now, go to page number Y.
You don't have to scroll back manually, you can change the address of this page, where it says &p=X, simply change the X to your new page number Y and click Enter. Don't change any of the other fields.

Start clicking on account links from this page backward. You may do so by middle-clicking on all links on a page then take a look at the tabs which were opened, then go to the previous page and so on.
If you find an account which is not private, not closed, which belongs to a user who still exists, and the account is not wiped out, you have probably landed on a profitable account and you may want to follow it or copy its signals.

I warn you though - such a finding is very very hard. Probably a tedious task but should worth you more than any other algorithm for finding good accounts here.


I have tried so many times just to report all systems were gone.
Though many of them were clearly bad systems at the time of posting already.


So it was a nice experiment, wasn't it?
When people play with fire, other people get burned...
This shows us that people don't take trading seriously, because they can't even be consistent with the market for 2 or three years.


There are still some traders reamining :)


And those survived just laugh when sleazy salesmen start advertise for their strategies/EA and philosophy :)

Many here said a lot about money management, psychology, common sense of technical analysis, etc.

Very few shares detailed of their strategy in a trading context: Sharpe, mDD, turnover, margin, how they form portfolios (stats arb, mean-reverse, etc.), what is their VaR, how they hedge.

My old firm (xxxxxQuant) recruiter looked at this thread, no one shares those information.


I would say desrciption does not matter.
If there are consistent results for a long period, acceptable risk and profit you have a winner.


Consistent results for long period at which book size, bro? I am new to this, so I just wonder, how much those account hide the balance has actually? And what is the purpose of hiding balance in myfxbook?

Everyone has benchmark, mine is account make less than 30k - 50k yearly is just a joke (like myself :)).

vontogr (togr)
Apr 17 2019 at 07:01
4862 posts
If the results are consistent then it does not matter if 50% annually is done on $1,000 or $100,000.

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