fhhamoud, my broker changed servers and no longer has investor passwords, so I cannot publish, and wanted a bit more privacy on the account.
Amjad Depp, No there was no manual action. The system decided to close the open trades, though close to break even was in a small loss, but the overall balance did go down a bit (about 1%) because of the daily swap charge held while the trades were open.
My trades continue to closely match that of the published account. Same ~DD, and 90+% same trade activity.
Here are a couple of screen shots, one profit (which does not take the swap into account, which ends up being withdrawals on my broker), and the other overall balance which can see went down from the swap withdrawal.
The base low risk I follow is this sequence on a 100K account as found in the manual, with some risk mods:
which translates to:
on a 25K account.
I am using x2 risk (which is about the same as the published account for start lot of 0.01) and my sequence account changes based on a 12.5K account on the above sequence, so after each $12.5K growth I will increase the sequence accordingly.
For example, on a $50K account (4 x $12.5 (base balance)) my risk sequence is:
equal to that of the prescribed 100K account in the manual.
The published account is still completely accurate, and personal trading matches it. Very stable system thus far. Not get rich quick, but give it time, and it really can make a huge difference.
I recommend starting with $10K (ideal $12.5k), and at min $5K. My broker is 1:50 leverage so I require the $12.5K to handle the margin requirements on the x2 risk.
Also update the Max Lot accordingly as well. x2 risk at $12.5 is 3.0 max lot. $50k account at x2 risk is max lot of 12.0 lots, etc etc. so at x2 risk, increase max lot by 3.0 lots for each $12.5k in your account.
This is of course my personal preference. Historically the x2 risk has a max floating DD of 20% (only hit once), but generally does not go above 10%, and most often < 5%. Always gauge your risk tolerance.... can make plenty more if you want higher DD risk and greater lot sizes, such as 4x risk (lots increases each $6250 instead) leading to a historical max DD of 40%, just need to be sure you have enough leverage/margin and can stomach the DD periods.