I think because Michigander use a 1:888 leverage broker,so he make higher risk.Check the trade history can see the lot's size,it's bigger than ours.
I analyzed the historical, but live trades of PE as well as the intra trade draw down of each trade to determine an appropriate stop loss for Empire trades. I have a real problem with the 250 pip stop losses that these vendors uses. I've been burnt too many times with these wide stop losses that will never get hit...until they do. I was basing my lot sizes based on Empires statement that they were currently taking a maximum of 6 trades in a basket. Now we have an 8 trade, and it could go to 10 trades if this doesn't turn around. With this many trades, my risk is too high. I can see I need to plan for a 10 trade basket and that is going to cut my lot sizes way back.
I did not haave a 98% drawdown. Myfxbook is really unstable when reporting drawdown. I used this account for a different system and blew out that account some time ago. Even though you pin a custom start date, the drawdown continually resets itself. I logged in and it was 98%. I unpinned and repinned, and it was 32%. I unpinned and repinned and now its its 28%. Maybe if I keep unpinning and repinning, I can get it down to zero.
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