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Gann Principle (By Arup Nag )

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Gann Principle Discussion

Arup Nag (takechance)
Nov 20 2012 at 07:20
271 posts
Hello fellow traders.

Though this is a new account only for publishing in Myfxbook, but I have been trading since many years.

Please comment on my style and performence.

Thanks.

Arup Nag (takechance)
Nov 21 2012 at 07:26
271 posts
This is not any EA performence.

All the trades are taken live on Oanda platform.

SwingTrader
Nov 22 2012 at 00:08
85 posts
Which Gann principle are you using?

Arup Nag (takechance)
Nov 22 2012 at 23:00
271 posts
Buy at low....sell at high....and SL/TP at next S/R levels....simple.

Arup Nag (takechance)
Dec 01 2012 at 00:05
271 posts
Already 290 pips up within 2 weeks with max drawdown od 1.3%

What do you say guys?

Arup Nag (takechance)
Dec 06 2012 at 07:14
271 posts
It seems people here are not genuinely interested in real learning and developing manual trading systems which can make money in the LONG RUN.

Everyone is after an automated system returing a funny 1000% annualized return. :)

From my vast experience in this trading arena I can surely say that such systems won't exist and will definitely ruin you.

Please keep your expections alligned with the real world where 20% annual return will be highly welcome and achievable.

Arup Nag (takechance)
Feb 08 2013 at 06:27
271 posts
comment please.............

Arup Nag (takechance)
Mar 04 2013 at 06:25
271 posts
Can this growth rate be sustained? I am thrilled to get such results. But who knows how market will change in future. 😈

davidruzicka (davidruzicka)
Mar 04 2013 at 06:35
17 posts
I like your system. You let your wins run and cut your losses. I train similar principle, but still not too sucessfull - you know, trades out of plan, cutting wins etc. :) And sorry for my google english. ;)

Arup Nag (takechance)
Mar 05 2013 at 06:32
271 posts
davidruzicka posted:
I like your system. You let your wins run and cut your losses. I train similar principle, but still not too sucessfull - you know, trades out of plan, cutting wins etc. :) And sorry for my google english. ;)


Thats the most difficult part of trading you know. We all keep looking for good systems but thats not enough. A simple system can yield good results if you can STICK TO IT in long run.

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