Smart2 is quite transparent . All the details are shown up except open trades are private . I guess it is to prevent trades from copying . That is fair enough .
Smart2mam is not quite so . Some of the information ( deposits , withdrawals , lots , balance , equity etc.... ) are hidden . Why is that ? They need to be hidden for some reasons ? Why not smart2 account ?
Nice reversal in your P/L! I am interested to know what did you change in your money management to make such a difference
hey charlesadethib86, sorry for the late reply. in all honesty, my changes were very simple. I stopped trading high leverage and trade VERY low leverage now. I do manual trading only, and so my trades are subject to my 'mental state'... and i find that my mental state is less than good if I'm in a large loss ($$$, not pips). so i did some research about how to improve my profitability and looked at several brokerages statistics on their profitable traders vs their non-profitable traders. I found that there was a definite correlation between the amount of leverage used and the profitability of the trader. i also think (though no direct evidence) that there is a direct correlation between high leverage and 'maturity' of the trader. I think more experienced traders use less leverage. in the end, using far less leverage has been far more profitable for me.
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