I hadn't looked at your account, I was referring to the other link on the first page however, I have now gone back and looked at your link.
From your withdraw of $70 on Aug 29th you had
08.29.2013 17:45 EURUSD Buy 0.98 lots sl = -38.70 TP = 31.30 a loss of -38.7 pips and $-379.26
08.30.2013 17:58 EURUSD Buy 2.44 lots sl = -41.20 TP = 28.80 a loss of -41.2 pips and $-1005.28
08.30.2013 18:09 EURUSD Buy 0.01 lots SL= -63.10 TP = 26.80 a loss of -63.1 pips and $ -6.31
09.02.2013 17:10 EURUSD Sell 0.10 lots SL= -22.90 TP = 23.60 a profit 23.6 pips and $ 23.60
09.02.2013 18:05 EURUSD Sell 6.10 lots SL= -40.20 TP = 29.80 a profit 29.8 pips and $1817.80
This on a balance of $10,000 Not only is this no where near a martingale sequence, the lots are not growing in any kind of fashion and neither are the pips, but it isn't even logical. In addition, anyone that would open 6.10 lots on an account with only $10,000 is just down right insane.
I wasted a good 10 min of my time running down this obvious non sense. That is the problem with these boards, people that don't know the definition of a martingale is free to make comments about everything that they don't know.
'everyone with an IQ > 50 can see it'? well, I have an IQ of 142 and I don't see. Maybe you could explain it too us.
There is a lot of good information out there but you got to make sure who you are listening to. This guy and others like him are the reason so many people believe that mathematical systems such as the martingale are bad, Like I said, you just got to know what your doing.
Had that 6.10 trade gone bad, you would never see this link, it would have just closed and another opened.
This is a martingale sequence,
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 ....
This is a modified martingale sequence, 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, 63 ... 2 to the nth power - 1
Fibonacci sequence 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...
Notice the mathematical procession?
My advice vontogr, stop trading, you don't have any idea what you are doing. I'm sorry to be the barer of bad news as this will no doubt upset you but someone needs to point out the obvious and I am at least qualified to do that much. 'Learn before you earn', then you will be able to keep what you make. Hate me now if you like, but it is good advice and would benefit you to think about it..
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