I am a less than five years trader. I have tested many strategies and robots. thousands of grids and technical methods. I found some profitable manual strategies from some big traders but that was not convinced me to stop learning. They needs lots of analysis and huge times to evaluate and monitor the market. So, I shifted on automated systems. There are many scams EAs in the market. Finally, I decided to work on a specific grid method which can provide me a constant profit with a low DD%. I dont want to say this is the best, but at least gives me a constant , admirable profit. The grid is based on a strong math calculator, and it does not matter the market has a strong trend or in the range. You may see lots of reds in the open trades but at the end of day, you can enjoy the increase of your capital. The equity may decrease but the total value show a constant profit which is the goal of this strategy. Lets see what will happen in the future. You can follow me to analyze the results.
You can't really say a strategy is currently working without at least three months of data - backtest and than forward test. Maybe it will be alive after some months, who can tell, why are we discussing it?
Do some backtest, you can post results and talk about if you like. And then do at least three months forward testing if the backtest is promising.
You can't say a strategy will work in any temperament and condition. EVERY strategy has to adapt to the market, often in few months to a couple years. Nothing in the market is constant
Everything in the market is like a fart, if you have to force it, it is probably shit
Tried different types of manual trading as well as algo Trading. It looks like a similar concept called asset millipede. A shotgun approach to currency trading hmm. Over trading is the death of most new traders. And this sounds like a good recipe for overtrading to me.
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