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Joiny Jiang (joiny45)
Aug 28 2010 at 10:56
31 posts

ozkoh posted:
    hi,
your curve looks awesome.
which time frame do you observe and how to follow the direction?
thx


more than 1 hour will be fine , it depends on the profit target you want, or the time you have to trade. it just can trade in anytime you like.

most of time, it doesn't need to look into the charts.

the prices themselves can tell you the direction, don't they?😉

too complicate to win, too simple to lose
ozkoh
Aug 28 2010 at 11:38
7 posts
Sorry Joiny. I'm getting even more puzzled now😳.
So many prices on chart, which one is the true singal and Which ones hint the direction? As you said above, if I needn't look into chart, then I really don't know what on earth I should pay attention to. Market is awfully boring. Would you please help me by Message? If example, my brain will get more clear.
Thx in advance.

Joiny Jiang (joiny45)
Aug 28 2010 at 14:37
31 posts
the charts are only tools. we can just ignore them to reach the fact of the market. sometimes the tools help us, but sometimes they fool us. use them or not, is a personal question. without them , the trading can still be good.

i don't use charts in most of times, and don't read any news neither. but my trading is still going well as you can see.

have you ever played Casino? is there some kind of 'chart' in Casino? but someone just can earn money from it, right?

the forex market is a different casino anyway.

too complicate to win, too simple to lose
Joiny Jiang (joiny45)
Aug 28 2010 at 15:00
31 posts
the chart is up--fine, the dice result is big;

the chart is down--good, the dice result is small.

when you trade, you just bet a big or small dice game in a global casino!

so what is the chart? it just a record of some dice results!

can you imagine a person can win a dice game by just reading the paper of past results? if you don't, so why you believe someone can win in fx market by just look into the chart of past prices results?

if you can't forsee a next dice result, how can you do the same thing in fx?

so my point is : the chart is the most part that we don't have to pay attention to! some other actions will be more important to the trading!

too complicate to win, too simple to lose
ozkoh
Aug 29 2010 at 12:16
7 posts
Thx, buddy, i think i may understand a little now. But i'm still a bit curious, how do you keep such great winning rate? It's nearly improbable that you win the mess market almost every time. It sounds too magical and too difficult to put into practice. Do you use an Expert Advice program? What's the thought behind this? Maybe you are the most intelligent trader i have ever met.

Joiny Jiang (joiny45)
Aug 29 2010 at 13:02
31 posts
the standard winning rate is : WR>Lav/(Pav+Lav)

WR=winning rate;
Lav=average lost of every trade;
Pav=average profit of every trade;

if a system can fit this code, it can earn money. if not, lt will make you lose money, no matter what the winning rate is.

my system is very simple. i just trade 5 munites a day when i have some free time.

there is an old Chinese saying that: ' Great way is always too simple to believe'

some people use the similar way to trade like mine as i know. We can't defeat the market, but we can earn money by following it.

it is so simple that i think it can't be call an 'EA' 😄. every system have weakness of course, so as this system. so i must pay attention to avoid the bad time. in most of time, it really like an ATM machine that can give me some money every month.

and besides, i have another thought to trade, the result will be better than this system. but it is only a kind of 'back up' for me now.

too complicate to win, too simple to lose
ciccio
Aug 29 2010 at 13:45
60 posts
please post me your system .......fiorefedeik@libero.it

ciccio
Aug 29 2010 at 13:45
60 posts
fiorefederik@libero.it

ozkoh
Aug 29 2010 at 16:32
7 posts
5 minutes a day? it's so incredible. And any time during a day? how many weeks have you spent on developing this great system?

ozkoh
Aug 29 2010 at 17:15
7 posts
If you trade at any time during a day, then you enter the market randomly?

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