i will not sell it nor share my grid system as it is still under development is not something which can be used in eternity. it works as long as eurchf stays in relativeley small ranges. But you find a lot of commercial and free grid systems which work the same way (opening trades each x pips with fixed tp and no sl). To seperate grid and EB you can use customer anlysis (besides the discussion button), forget about accura which does not run anymore on ths account. So you can mark powrgrid and equity builder.
hello rolf, congratulations to your performance!! you might further improve it if you would trade your 'net' positions instead of open diverse positions (1 long and 1 short the same time), it only increases crossing the spread, so your broker will be happy but it costs performance (100 times long and short opened and closed cost you 100 x 2 x spread, so at 2pips spread, thats 400 pips). there some more ideas, let me know if you're interested, also living in switzerland.
hi necho - certainley a good idea i was aware about but never had the time to implement. I will address it now as my broker has an open position limit of 2 lots and this will reduce my ability to grow further in a similar pace. if you want to discuss this or other topics you can send me an email using myfxbook and I can send you my pm (will not post here due to spam)
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