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Acme Hedge - Normal Mode (Low Risk) (By acmehedge )

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Acme Hedge - Normal Mode (Low Risk) Discussion

Clearpaper
Oct 31 2011 at 19:31
95 posts
Any reason why this account is performing different from the other two?
kishorejoga
Oct 31 2011 at 20:33
313 posts
because is that is a show up account , has to toshow nice graph to woo investors
Clearpaper
Nov 01 2011 at 02:56
95 posts

   kishorejoga posted:
   because is that is a show up account , has to toshow nice graph to woo investors

By that logic, what's the the reason for them posting this account?

Let's keep this constructive.
Remus Miclea (NextLevelForex)
Nov 01 2011 at 04:32
262 posts
'nice graph' ?

What is see is a realized DD of 14%, on top of which we have a floating DD of 12.3% (Equity is now at 87.70%).

Interesting to note: the other 2 accounts, supposedly traded with more aggressive settings, closed the basket in profit for all the occasions this account realized a loss. I guess the allowed DD was hit here, being smaller...
He who thinks he can, and he who thinks he cannot, are both right. ~ Henry Ford
Acme Hedge
acmehedge
Nov 01 2011 at 07:14
71 posts
each account have different strategy and hence it is different from other two
Acme Hedge
acmehedge
Nov 01 2011 at 07:24
71 posts
@kishorejoga

For your information, we need not woo investors. all accounts maintained by us are transparent... you can see the status of all our three accounts
Clearpaper
Nov 01 2011 at 10:20
95 posts
@ Remus Miclea
Kishorejoga was precisely talking about the other two graphs being 'nicer'.
The realised loss from peak is (10953.51-12328.75)/12328.75 = -11.2% (as far as I can see, myfxbook's way of calculating 'realised' DD% is based on a cut-off time and should not be used)
The closing of the loss days were based on timed exits, not because an allowed DD parameter was hit.

@ Acmehedge
If I were an interested investor, what reason do I have to place funds in this 'Low Risk' account as opposed to the 'Aggressive' account?
What is the difference between the two?
Clearpaper
Nov 03 2011 at 22:14
95 posts
Acmehedge, any response on the above query?

On a related note, the current floating equity is 83.12%. You advertised that the DD is to be kept low by due to the 'hedging' but >15% is a little large.
ForexScam
Nov 27 2011 at 03:45
1008 posts
Acme Hedge
acmehedge
Nov 27 2011 at 16:57
71 posts
I am not sure about the link u sent me. But we do manage few accounts for them
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