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5starsignalspamm
May 28 2016 at 19:04
184 posts
jeremyreid posted:
5starsignalspamm posted:
FXtrader2010 posted:
5starsignalspamm posted:
What percentage of accounts posted do you think meet the specs on page one here?
none. Either set private or have less than 10k balance


The criteria :

1) The account must be real - no demo's. (please do not argue here that it is the same as a live acc. etc - the idea is not to engage in any arguments)
2) The account must be verified (please do not come and defend your unverified-but-want-to-participate account - there will simply be no interest)
3)DD must not be higher than 40% - (please. Once again. No justification for your above 40% dd, if it is higher - don't participate)
4)The account must be older than 3 months, maybe this is even still too young.
5)No martingales! (it might work for you, and I do not want to engage in an argument - just please keep to yourself and don't participate)


I don't see anything mentioning $10K or the fact balance/equity needs to be disclosed.

Nor so I see that variable as extremely important, to be honest.


hey 5 star signals pamm. i like your name. 5 star, signals, pamm. exactly what i do. i've done 5 star signals, i've done pamms worth $400,000, and i've shut them down and lost more money than you could ever lose because i failed. but that amount of failure is only an advantage.

if you want me to trade any random demo or demonstrate my trading live. let me know.

but dont discount a demo account. guys that are really making it in this racket dont even post thier accounts.



Hi,

We do source new traders however we need live history and also it seems like you are using some sort of grid system with large deviations in the balance and equity, these are not suitable for the sustainable forms of money management we aim to provide.

I wish you all the best though.

lluna10 (lluna10)
May 29 2016 at 06:37
3 posts
hey i recently posted my account in here and i want to stop receiving updates what do i do?

money = time and time = money "if you dont have time you wont money, but if you make time you will make money"
FXtrader2010
May 29 2016 at 09:55
724 posts
lluna10 posted:
hey i recently posted my account in here and i want to stop receiving updates what do i do?

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5SS International
5starsignalspamm
May 29 2016 at 17:08
184 posts
fxinvesta posted:
I am not criticizing, just put the data, the real gain is 1.39%, if my intention was to criticize, I would say that a gain of 6% a year in a market risk, is ridiculous, there are safer investments, if your looking a return like that.


I personally think the TWR is the variable to track otherwise cash ins and cash outs skew the PL.

We do PAMMs so tracking abs gains is redundant.

We trade selectively and may not trade for a few weeks or a month.

If we do that and we bring in new investment in that time, our abs gain drops through the time we are flat.

So we can sit aside and wait for the better opportunities for a month and be in a draw down in abs gain.

In fact, a successful PAMM is likely to downtrend in abs gain as it attracts new investments.

The abs gain give absolutely no indication of the net profitability of the accounts.

To call the abs gain the 'real gain' would be non reflective.

For a simple example, if there was $2,000 in and it made 100%, there is $4,000 with $2,000 profit.

The system looks good, more money is thrown in.

Let's say $100,000 goes in, the abs gain is now 1%, even though over the time period before this any money in the account will have doubled.

Lets say this was over a year, we have a gain of about 8% a month on this system and for that a DD of 15-20% would be good.

Working on abs gain, the DD is 200x more than the average monthly gain, which is horrific and not fit for investment.

But on the TWR, the real gain, it is 1:3 ratio and statistically unlikely to lose 2 quarters in a years, very good looking investment.

So from a money manager/investor perspective, abs gains are totally pointless as a metric to track.

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5starsignalspamm
May 29 2016 at 17:13
184 posts
^ Which is probably why Myfxbook show the geometric monthly average as TWR

neoxis
May 29 2016 at 17:25
23 posts
5starsignalspamm posted:
fxinvesta posted:
I am not criticizing, just put the data, the real gain is 1.39%, if my intention was to criticize, I would say that a gain of 6% a year in a market risk, is ridiculous, there are safer investments, if your looking a return like that.


I personally think the TWR is the variable to track otherwise cash ins and cash outs skew the PL.

We do PAMMs so tracking abs gains is redundant.

We trade selectively and may not trade for a few weeks or a month.

If we do that and we bring in new investment in that time, our abs gain drops through the time we are flat.

So we can sit aside and wait for the better opportunities for a month and be in a draw down in abs gain.

In fact, a successful PAMM is likely to downtrend in abs gain as it attracts new investments.

The abs gain give absolutely no indication of the net profitability of the accounts.

To call the abs gain the 'real gain' would be non reflective.

For a simple example, if there was $2,000 in and it made 100%, there is $4,000 with $2,000 profit.

The system looks good, more money is thrown in.

Let's say $100,000 goes in, the abs gain is now 1%, even though over the time period before this any money in the account will have doubled.

Lets say this was over a year, we have a gain of about 8% a month on this system and for that a DD of 15-20% would be good.

Working on abs gain, the DD is 200x more than the average monthly gain, which is horrific and not fit for investment.

But on the TWR, the real gain, it is 1:3 ratio and statistically unlikely to lose 2 quarters in a years, very good looking investment.

So from a money manager/investor perspective, abs gains are totally pointless as a metric to track.


Is what i'm trying to say...What you made in every month that's the real gain. If i have a pamm or i want to deposit every month more money do not have any effect on the total gain generated.

If i have an investor and he deposit 1k the first month and i generate 2% gain and the next month he deposit 1k again total 2k the abs gain it would be 1% and not anymore 2%. So there is no reason to watch that.
But it seems people in here don't know how to watch signals.

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5starsignalspamm
May 29 2016 at 17:39
184 posts
neoxis posted:
5starsignalspamm posted:
fxinvesta posted:
I am not criticizing, just put the data, the real gain is 1.39%, if my intention was to criticize, I would say that a gain of 6% a year in a market risk, is ridiculous, there are safer investments, if your looking a return like that.


I personally think the TWR is the variable to track otherwise cash ins and cash outs skew the PL.

We do PAMMs so tracking abs gains is redundant.

We trade selectively and may not trade for a few weeks or a month.

If we do that and we bring in new investment in that time, our abs gain drops through the time we are flat.

So we can sit aside and wait for the better opportunities for a month and be in a draw down in abs gain.

In fact, a successful PAMM is likely to downtrend in abs gain as it attracts new investments.

The abs gain give absolutely no indication of the net profitability of the accounts.

To call the abs gain the 'real gain' would be non reflective.

For a simple example, if there was $2,000 in and it made 100%, there is $4,000 with $2,000 profit.

The system looks good, more money is thrown in.

Let's say $100,000 goes in, the abs gain is now 1%, even though over the time period before this any money in the account will have doubled.

Lets say this was over a year, we have a gain of about 8% a month on this system and for that a DD of 15-20% would be good.

Working on abs gain, the DD is 200x more than the average monthly gain, which is horrific and not fit for investment.

But on the TWR, the real gain, it is 1:3 ratio and statistically unlikely to lose 2 quarters in a years, very good looking investment.

So from a money manager/investor perspective, abs gains are totally pointless as a metric to track.


Is what i'm trying to say...What you made in every month that's the real gain. If i have a pamm or i want to deposit every month more money do not have any effect on the total gain generated.

If i have an investor and he deposit 1k the first month and i generate 2% gain and the next month he deposit 1k again total 2k the abs gain it would be 1% and not anymore 2%. So there is no reason to watch that.
But it seems people in here don't know how to watch signals.



Yea on a risk:return assessment, abs gain is useless.

Only the TWR can be used when there is the potential for further investment, be that personal or added from other parties.

fxinvesta
May 29 2016 at 17:41
107 posts
5starsignalspamm posted:
fxinvesta posted:
I am not criticizing, just put the data, the real gain is 1.39%, if my intention was to criticize, I would say that a gain of 6% a year in a market risk, is ridiculous, there are safer investments, if your looking a return like that.


I personally think the TWR is the variable to track otherwise cash ins and cash outs skew the PL.

We do PAMMs so tracking abs gains is redundant.

We trade selectively and may not trade for a few weeks or a month.

If we do that and we bring in new investment in that time, our abs gain drops through the time we are flat.

So we can sit aside and wait for the better opportunities for a month and be in a draw down in abs gain.

In fact, a successful PAMM is likely to downtrend in abs gain as it attracts new investments.

The abs gain give absolutely no indication of the net profitability of the accounts.

To call the abs gain the 'real gain' would be non reflective.

For a simple example, if there was $2,000 in and it made 100%, there is $4,000 with $2,000 profit.

The system looks good, more money is thrown in.

Let's say $100,000 goes in, the abs gain is now 1%, even though over the time period before this any money in the account will have doubled.

Lets say this was over a year, we have a gain of about 8% a month on this system and for that a DD of 15-20% would be good.

Working on abs gain, the DD is 200x more than the average monthly gain, which is horrific and not fit for investment.

But on the TWR, the real gain, it is 1:3 ratio and statistically unlikely to lose 2 quarters in a years, very good looking investment.

So from a money manager/investor perspective, abs gains are totally pointless as a metric to track.


oK very well all, but I can not know if you increase your investors, or you're raising money because your operations need ... and as here the game is between followed and followers, (A game that I do not, for being absurd), the abs gain is essential because, or, you increase each time the trader can increase it or lose all your capital in a moment

Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.
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5starsignalspamm
May 29 2016 at 17:42
184 posts
fxinvesta posted:
5starsignalspamm posted:
fxinvesta posted:
I am not criticizing, just put the data, the real gain is 1.39%, if my intention was to criticize, I would say that a gain of 6% a year in a market risk, is ridiculous, there are safer investments, if your looking a return like that.


I personally think the TWR is the variable to track otherwise cash ins and cash outs skew the PL.

We do PAMMs so tracking abs gains is redundant.

We trade selectively and may not trade for a few weeks or a month.

If we do that and we bring in new investment in that time, our abs gain drops through the time we are flat.

So we can sit aside and wait for the better opportunities for a month and be in a draw down in abs gain.

In fact, a successful PAMM is likely to downtrend in abs gain as it attracts new investments.

The abs gain give absolutely no indication of the net profitability of the accounts.

To call the abs gain the 'real gain' would be non reflective.



Yes, you can. Deviation in the abs gain and TWR indicates cash ins or outs.

If you know how to read the stats it is very plan to see.

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5starsignalspamm
May 29 2016 at 17:43
184 posts
Things that affect the ratio of abs gain vrs TWR do not in any way affect the max DD stats (or even average) so the risk can be assessed in the same manner as any other time.

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