OM Flex Secondary (by tamirsa) Quick Stats
Gain: +334.78%
Drawdown: 32.04%
Pips: 7959.6
Trades: 795
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Type: Real
Leverage: 1:100
Trading: Automated

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OM Flex Secondary Discussion
Yury48

Member Since Feb 16, 2011  175 posts Yury48 Mar 14 at 11:47
Hello,

Very good trading result. Do you use martingale or trading grids?

Best regards,
Yury.

pipscalper71

Member Since Jan 14, 2018  42 posts pipscalper71 Mar 15 at 08:12
You can easily see thats its a pure Martingale system by looking at the trade history.

tamirsa

Member Since Mar 12, 2014  45 posts tamirsa Mar 17 at 09:24
You are correct, I use my own developed martingale system, which cannot fail.

The difference is - it is not 'pure' at all...
You can even see that in the trading history, including my method of closing trades in stages, and not simply waiting for it all to return to average as most martinagle systems do.
It has a lot of math behind it.


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setiawanhr

Member Since Sep 23, 2018  6 posts setiawanhr Mar 21 at 06:59
What is the different between this and OM Flex 2 ?

tamirsa

Member Since Mar 12, 2014  45 posts tamirsa Mar 21 at 08:23
There are 3 differences, none of them is truly technical since they are working on the same pairs and the same EA.
The differences are:

1. OM Flex 2 is simply newer so it doesn't have the vast history track that this one has.
2. OM Flex 2 has another EA, a very solid one, which is attached to it and makes roughly another 0.68% per month
3. On this account, I withdrew at some point 75% of my funds while there where open trades, so the DD became very large at this point. This discourages some people I wanted to show an account without major deposits or withdrawals so it will not affect DD so much.

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Yury48

Member Since Feb 16, 2011  175 posts Yury48 Mar 21 at 11:06
Hello,
How can I get your EA?
Best regards,
Yury.

tamirsa

Member Since Mar 12, 2014  45 posts tamirsa Mar 21 at 15:10
Hi,
You cannot get my EA as it is not for sale at the moment.

However, you can follow my trades for a very reasonable price on Signal Start website. Registration and subscription are very easy.
Both of my public accounts are there, and these are their direct links:

OM Flex Secondary: https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/om-flex-secondary/52906

OM Flex 2: https://www.signalstart.com/analysis/om-flex-2/36498


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pipscalper71

Member Since Jan 14, 2018  42 posts pipscalper71 Mar 22 at 09:09
tamirsa posted:
You are correct, I use my own developed martingale system, which cannot fail.

The difference is - it is not 'pure' at all...
You can even see that in the trading history, including my method of closing trades in stages, and not simply waiting for it all to return to average as most martinagle systems do.
It has a lot of math behind it.



Martingale is plain Martingale so call it whatever you want. Your open trade DD is already hit 60%, and thats exactly what to expect from a Martingale system, so no surprise there. Unfortunately when you say 'which cannot fail' you are sadly mistaken and nothing but a big dreamer. I am sure that you will get a lot of suckers either way to buy your signals.

tamirsa

Member Since Mar 12, 2014  45 posts tamirsa 20 Hours ago
pipscalper71 posted:
tamirsa posted:
You are correct, I use my own developed martingale system, which cannot fail.

The difference is - it is not 'pure' at all...
You can even see that in the trading history, including my method of closing trades in stages, and not simply waiting for it all to return to average as most martinagle systems do.
It has a lot of math behind it.



Martingale is plain Martingale so call it whatever you want. Your open trade DD is already hit 60%, and thats exactly what to expect from a Martingale system, so no surprise there. Unfortunately when you say 'which cannot fail' you are sadly mistaken and nothing but a big dreamer. I am sure that you will get a lot of suckers either way to buy your signals.


Oh lord, you are so resentful my friend.
Have you looked carefully at the point where these 60% happened? Others have, and clearly you haven't.
You can verify that I withdrew 75% of my money at that time, while there were open trades, therefor myfxbook's calculation does not take that into account, and it is shown as if the DD was 60%, but that was very brief and due to my withdrawal.

I did not ask anyone to follow me by gun-point, you are free to do as you please but do not imply about me or my trading anything which you do not know or cannot understand without a proper discussion.

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