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Cash Cow Signal (By Cash_Cow )

Gain : +1570.29%
Drawdown 20.98%
Pips: -9020.1
Trades 9857
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:200
Trading: Unknown

Cash Cow Signal Discussion

Md Didarul Alam (didarsd)
Mar 25 2016 at 06:54
70 posts
hi ..
Anybody use this signal....if update will be helpful...

Frank
RedRhinoFX
Mar 25 2016 at 10:54
395 posts
I was interested in their service but after a few questions I found out its ForexEnvy , then FXZEN, now Cash Cow... all from cornerstone investment group. Maybe you know them.

It is a martingale Grid system with equity protection. They hide the lotsize for that reason.






Ozzie Matt (aeronthomas)
Mar 25 2016 at 10:56
1557 posts
Thanks Frank I too was interested but now I know it's a martingale will stay away. Cheers

Cash_Cow
Mar 27 2016 at 13:44
39 posts
That is absolutely untrue. We are NOT a martingale. This is evident by looking at our positive trading expectancy and very limited risk.

We do scale risk to enter trades. This is when a trader places many smaller trades in a zone they feel the probability of a retracement is high. We find this to be superior vs one large trade.

If you have questions, just ask us. RedRhinoFX (AKA Frank) is selling a competing signal, so his motives for deception are clear. He enjoys going to other threads and trying to trash other signal providers to make his own system look better.

How about we let the trading do the talking Frank? Who has better risk management? Who has better performance?

I say we let the public decide. There is no reason to stock other vendors and try and deceive people by saying things that are not true. Shame on you.


CC

The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.
Cash_Cow
Mar 27 2016 at 13:46
39 posts
didarsd posted:
hi ..
Anybody use this signal....if update will be helpful...


Hello,

We have a lot of subs through www.signalstart.com and www.mql5.com

I think there is one review from a sub on www.mql5.com.

regards,

CC

The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.
FXtrader2010
Mar 28 2016 at 01:58
724 posts
I am subscribed to this signal and the management is excellent! The losses are cut to avoid from going into massive DD and I have made really easy money on this only two weeks in. The author has since increased the subscription price and I think I will be continuing as the signal does use a stoploss and is managed tightly so it doesn't get out of hand.

Cash_Cow
Mar 28 2016 at 02:31
39 posts
Thank you for your kind words. We really do our best to maximize gains and keep drawdown in check.

Hopefully we can finish the month strong!

best regards,

CC

The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.
Frank
RedRhinoFX
Mar 28 2016 at 05:59
395 posts
That is untrue, mister Cow. I was interested but I can't invest in martingale system. You increase risk, adding to losers, and it's most dangerous strategy. Everyone know that. Open your lotsizes and others can see the lot progression. but please don't mislead people. I see that as too often.

Md Didarul Alam (didarsd)
Mar 28 2016 at 12:14
70 posts
lot size should open

Cash_Cow
Mar 28 2016 at 13:25
39 posts
Mr. Rhino. I have no idea why the concept of scaling is so difficult for you to accept as a fund manager. I have attached an image of the EURUSD 1 hour time chart. As you can see there is some lines drawn in blue for some possible entry points. Lets say a trader wants to SHORT the EURUSD. He has an account with $20,000 and is willing to risk a maximum of 5% of his account. He can place a 1.0 lot sell trade at one of those blue lines OR he could place a 0.25 lot trade at each one of those blue lines (four trades total). If all trades trigger, he will have a total of 1.0 lot of exposure. This is the same as if he were to place one large trade for 1.0 lots.





Keep in mind both entry strategies will be using a fixed risk of 5% in this example. So they are risking THE EXACT SAME WITH FOUR TRADES OR ONE TRADE. THEY JUST USE A DIFFERENT STRATEGY FOR ENTRY.

Does the strategy of using four trades at 0.25 lots (total of 1.0 lots) any different from a RISK MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE than one large trade of 1.0 lots if both are risking 5%???

The answer is no.
They are risking the same. The only difference is the second entry strategy is using SCALING to enter the EURUSD short.

Does this mean that Scaling is the same as Grid trading???

The answer once again is no.

The trader is simply using an alternative entry strategy that spreads risk over several entry points vs one large position. The concept is not so complicated and has benefits. I invite you to try this Rhino. Just stop going from forum to forum and trolling us by calling us a grid. Its unprofessional as a vendor.


CC

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