I wouldn't be able to advertise my system if I had that kind of DD, with trades held open during the brexit referendum - you can thank your lucky stars that things went in your favor and a few trades could close, it could have been a complete different picture on your cent.
But nah, I am just not getting a conscientious trader vibe from you, someone who is building his accounts up and who genuinely wants serious investors, you know.. I get more of a gambler vibe from you - I doubt we will see you around for long, but let's see.
totally agree and also be warned this trader has blocked many many users before they could even comment in the system thread, real long term traders don't use cent accounts.
i have built a decent system that gauges market sentiment ...that identify changing and continuation of the trend ... weakinig/strenghtening sell / buy ... giving early visibability ...
i have converted it into a signaling system to simplify reading it .... have been quite successful for 1 year (though it took me 5 years to get here ) ... made a decent 340+% profit on my demo accts (inspite of careless monitoring and losing a few times while trying new techniques) ... and about 50% on my real spread bet acct. (due to cautious trading)
take a look at my demo acct and my profile ... i will be posting youtube video soon showcasing my indicators
TRADEFX2016: seems you are using scalping and add-more-into-losing-positions methods. I just think it is too risky and when market turn against you, there is high chance to get a margin call and collapse in your portfolio, be careful.
Or just don't be under capitalized~~~ Have like a million (or half mil usd) dollar account then you wouldn't have to worry too much about margin calls~~~ granted you have the correct risk management system in place as well~~
Ps: adding into losing positions is def a no no tho~~!!! Regards, amgtrdr.
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