rynetcapital posted: Thanks. I see there was a very big DD at one point - something like 70%... that's too risky... I am not familiar with the Seer trading platform. Can you explain what it is?
That's why I trade like a prop trader. I run very high leverage and risk each dollar in the account on a monthly basis. More on the series is available at https://www.onestepremoved.com/basics-proprietary-trading/. The historical probability of me losing the account balance in a given month is 8.5%.
The Seer Trading platform is for geeks and hard core developers. It lets you backtest on a portfolio level and use R, which is for statistics. Their web site is https://www.seertrading.com/.
Shaun you will have to make an input for Quant Bar as FXCM does not have MT4 servers on GMT time specifically. They are using a -2 offset now to use NY closing. Will you be sending an update to all your clients who bought it?
Eric1704 posted: Shaun you will have to make an input for Quant Bar as FXCM does not have MT4 servers on GMT time specifically. They are using a -2 offset now to use NY closing. Will you be sending an update to all your clients who bought it?
All brokers use GMT offsets to remain in sync with NY time.
What are dynamic exits in QB Pro?
The market 'does stuff' which then triggers my exit rule.
On QB Pro an almost $4K stop on $33K lot is not too good. You risk 10%?
I risk every dime in the account every single month. The account will blow up at some point, and then I'll redeposit and keep trading. That's why I withdraw any profit at the end of the month.
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