FXFatProfit posted: Decided to show my account. It is more than year old, profitability is average 50% per month, it can be diferent, it can be 20% for one month, more than 100% for another month. I always put Sls and pull them to BEs. Now I want to explain about my DD rate. One of points of my trading strategy, I periodicaly withdraw money. Thus I reduce to 0 my risks to lose deposit. How can you see from history of my trades, DD never spreaded to my deposit. This account has stable profit for more than year. This is link for it.
It is very simple really, you go to settings - copy the authorization password. Then go to your MT4 terminal->tools->options go to the server tab..Click on 'change' There put input your master password. At the bottom it will want your new investor password - you paste it there (it is on your clipboard)and paste it in the confirm section. Click ok.. It should give you a message in your journal tab that it 'changed successfully' Now go back to your myfxbook settings and go to 'update password' Paste the password in there as well and click save.. Then click connect.. If it connects succesfully you did everything right.. It will fully verify in an hour or so..
My accounts will ALWAYS show high DD. This is done purposely to maximize our withdrawals every week.
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