GoodMoney (by profithunterpro) Quick Stats
Gain: +2783.11%
Drawdown: 23.55%
Pips: 10741.7
Trades: 1155
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Type: Real
Leverage: 1:50
Trading: Unknown

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profithunterpro

Member Since Jun 05, 2016  42 posts profithunterpro Oct 15 2018 at 06:32
Dear investors, on October 6th, the “GoodMoney” system is one year old. In this regard, I want to thank everyone who believed and continues to believe in my strategy, while remaining my subscriber here: https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/goodmoney/27993
Thanks yousmileywink

profithunterpro

Member Since Jun 05, 2016  42 posts profithunterpro Nov 09 2018 at 11:26
Hello friends!
I want to comment on the latest trades and answer the main question of the subscribers of the signal.
Why did I let the loss-making trades hang so long (the whole week)?
Because I was sure that the price would turn around and continue downward movement, since there is an interesting goal below, even lower than the previous minimum. I opened sales in strategic places where I thought the decline would resume, but in the end worked the latest and strongest signal (this is a very beautiful picture).
I think that in the near future, the decline in the pound will continue.
Today I closed the trades, as it is still possible an upward pullback.
And I want to little restwink
Thank you allsmiley

profithunterpro

Member Since Jun 05, 2016  42 posts profithunterpro Dec 05 2018 at 07:38
Since 12/4/2018 strategy little change. Now there will be fewer transactions, but they will be of higher quality, which should have a positive effect on profitability and risks.
Thanks to everyone who stays with me.
P.S. signal here: https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/goodmoney/27993

profithunterpro

Member Since Jun 05, 2016  42 posts profithunterpro Dec 27 2018 at 07:32
profithunterpro posted:
Why did I let the loss-making trades hang so long (the whole week)?
Because I was sure that the price would turn around and continue downward movement, since there is an interesting goal below, even lower than the previous minimum.


Well, it seems that on November 9, I was right about the goals of the pound below. Since then, the pound has fallen by 500 standard points. And all the goals, must tell you, worked very well. Sometimes it's hard to believe that your own forecast will work so well... But I'm learning :)
Thanks to all the subscribers who stay with me, and does not run away because of the slightest problem.

JBMExecutve

Member Since Dec 03, 2019  1 posts JBMExecutve Dec 03 at 09:52
profithunterpro posted:
profithunterpro posted:
Why did I let the loss-making trades hang so long (the whole week)?
Because I was sure that the price would turn around and continue downward movement, since there is an interesting goal below, even lower than the previous minimum.


Well, it seems that on November 9, I was right about the goals of the pound below. Since then, the pound has fallen by 500 standard points. And all the goals, must tell you, worked very well. Sometimes it's hard to believe that your own forecast will work so well... But I'm learning :)
Thanks to all the subscribers who stay with me, and does not run away because of the slightest problem.


HI buddy, JBMExecutive here, one of your biggest investors on darwinex, could i possibly get your skype, email or whatsapp?

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