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KeltnerPRO - Jared (By keltnerpro)

Gain : +5645.75%
Drawdown 58.74%
Pips: 4744.8
Trades 1003
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:100
Trading: Unknown

KeltnerPRO - Jared Discussion

Christian
govigovi
Nov 30 2014 at 13:09
20 posts
i am sick of reading this comments on these websites - I DONT need your comments - i can read the live results and analyse these myself - leave us alone!!!!

netzarada
Nov 30 2014 at 13:29
35 posts
its simple just need to sea mt4 from owner and no doubts.... lol

marran (marran)
Nov 30 2014 at 14:33
120 posts
Im going to give it a try. Will put it on a small live account and see what happens! fingers crossed🙄

vladrac (vladrac)
Nov 30 2014 at 15:04
210 posts
govigovi posted:
i am sick of reading this comments on these websites - I DONT need your comments - i can read the live results and analyse these myself - leave us alone!!!!


Call the police next time someone forces you to read something you dont NEED. ;)

Alaa_forex
Dec 01 2014 at 08:43
11 posts
govigovi posted:
i am sick of reading this comments on these websites - I DONT need your comments - i can read the live results and analyse these myself - leave us alone!!!!

Simply un-subscribe :)

stevetrade (stevetrade)
Dec 01 2014 at 09:05
1408 posts
vladrac posted:
stevetrade posted:
The biggest losing run on this account is 16 trades. Take those 16 trades and put them at the start, at the risk the account was running at then and they would have generated a loss of $8375 which would have wiped the account.

The reason the account is over leveraged at the start is because EA marketers run multiple accounts and the ones that work get marketed. It's the best way to rise to the top of MyFxBook which at the end of the day is their prime sales pitch.

You're reasoning is flawed if you are looking at what this account did historically. Look at what it could do in the future to decide your risk.

Best regards Steve


Does not make sense to me... I know what it did in the past... and considering not much has chg in code I can make judgement of what is going to do in the future.

At this point in time is already obvious which pairs are suitable for this EA and which ones are not. So, this alone will change how you play with it in the future.

So, ignoring what it did in the past , does not sound reasonable to me.

Cheers



My use of historical data in this thread implicitly means I don't ignore the past, something I didn't say. I was saying that you need to look at historical performance and then consider what could happen in the future. Look at the figures - a 16 trades losing streak ( which we've seen ) would have blown the account at the risk the account started with.

I'd also just like to clear something up. When we're talking about percentage risk. I'm talking about percentage risk, i.e. the percentage I'm risking based on the calculation I've made for each pair based on my setting of the Risk parameter of the EA. Which is not percentage risk despite what the manual says. Here's what Jared has to say on it.

'Hi Steve,

I need to update the manual. We have since changed the system since the manually was originally written.

The default settings with 0.05 risk, risk about 1-2% per trade. 2% being the max if the SL was set higher than 20 pips. Which will happen on occasion.

And yes, we are both referring to the same setting.

Sincerely,
Jared Rybeck'

It would be useful if he did update the manual and advise people as there is as a consequence some inaccurate information flow potentially happening here.

Best regards Steve

11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
MC 3K 1081321
mchiang0027
Dec 01 2014 at 13:37
13 posts
Hi Steve
Your comments are really helpful, and I learn more from the discussion forum on the EA than the manual!

Now that Jared will update the manual on this important missing link is great. He is the developer and we don't know the actual PnL footprint unless he discloses.

Thanks for your advise. I will stick to 6% for GBPUSD and 5% for the others, while dropping USDCHF or simply give it a 3%.

Could Jared comment on the USDCHF, it seems to underperform the other 3 ?

Matthew

marran (marran)
Dec 01 2014 at 13:37
120 posts
well not a great start! one trade today and a loss! still early days though

Professor53
Dec 02 2014 at 07:39
795 posts
Watching..

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vladrac (vladrac)
Dec 02 2014 at 17:05
210 posts
stevetrade posted:
vladrac posted:
stevetrade posted:
The biggest losing run on this account is 16 trades. Take those 16 trades and put them at the start, at the risk the account was running at then and they would have generated a loss of $8375 which would have wiped the account.

The reason the account is over leveraged at the start is because EA marketers run multiple accounts and the ones that work get marketed. It's the best way to rise to the top of MyFxBook which at the end of the day is their prime sales pitch.

You're reasoning is flawed if you are looking at what this account did historically. Look at what it could do in the future to decide your risk.

Best regards Steve


Does not make sense to me... I know what it did in the past... and considering not much has chg in code I can make judgement of what is going to do in the future.

At this point in time is already obvious which pairs are suitable for this EA and which ones are not. So, this alone will change how you play with it in the future.

So, ignoring what it did in the past , does not sound reasonable to me.

Cheers



My use of historical data in this thread implicitly means I don't ignore the past, something I didn't say. I was saying that you need to look at historical performance and then consider what could happen in the future. Look at the figures - a 16 trades losing streak ( which we've seen ) would have blown the account at the risk the account started with.

I'd also just like to clear something up. When we're talking about percentage risk. I'm talking about percentage risk, i.e. the percentage I'm risking based on the calculation I've made for each pair based on my setting of the Risk parameter of the EA. Which is not percentage risk despite what the manual says. Here's what Jared has to say on it.

'Hi Steve,

I need to update the manual. We have since changed the system since the manually was originally written.

The default settings with 0.05 risk, risk about 1-2% per trade. 2% being the max if the SL was set higher than 20 pips. Which will happen on occasion.

And yes, we are both referring to the same setting.

Sincerely,
Jared Rybeck'

It would be useful if he did update the manual and advise people as there is as a consequence some inaccurate information flow potentially happening here.

Best regards Steve


Hi Steve, thx for sharing and I believe we are in sync here anyway...

So get ready for Dec 4th ECB press ;)

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