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Pipable :: Menkent Discussion

pipable (pipable)
Feb 24 2014 at 08:09
62 posts
We have assessed the news release for this coming week and here is the result of expected trades generated by #menkent for Feb 23, 2014 to March 2, 2014:

Expected days with trades: Monday Feb 24th, Tuesday Feb 25th, Wednesday Feb 26th

We don't expect trades on Thursday Feb 27th and Friday Feb 28th

#forex #pipable #expectedtrades

pipable (pipable)
Feb 24 2014 at 08:11
62 posts
Here is the backtests of menkent without news intervention, from Feb 15, 2014 to Feb 22, 2014.This week’s loadtest achieved 107% profit. #forex #pipable #menkent #backtest #expertadvisor #eurusd

Backtest with 1.0 entry lot on 10K account:
https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/menkent-weekly-feb-15-2014/59625

LoadTests with 8.0 entry lot on 10K account:
https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/menkent-weekly-feb-15-2014/59628

BigSteve
Feb 24 2014 at 14:04
101 posts
Hello Sir,
Will this be compatible with a US based broker with no hedge and US leverage?
FIFO is not an issue with my broker.
With a 3,000.00 USD balance what is the recommended start position size wit US leverage?

Thank you.

pipable (pipable)
Feb 24 2014 at 16:48
62 posts
BigSteve posted:
Hello Sir,
Will this be compatible with a US based broker with no hedge and US leverage?
FIFO is not an issue with my broker.
With a 3,000.00 USD balance what is the recommended start position size wit US leverage?

Thank you.


Yes it is compatible with US broker as well. We would recommend 0.15 entry lot on a $3000 US based account. Please let us know if you have any questions.

pipable (pipable)
Feb 27 2014 at 07:11
62 posts
#menkent nicely closed two more trades on #eurusd. same trades have closed on most of the clients' account but some still open due to minor difference which we are expecting it to close shortly. We will investigate to find out what the problem was that the trades opened earlier on some clients and keep you posted. #forex #pipable https://www.myfxbook.com/members/pipable/pipable--menkent/822555

Vitautas
Mar 03 2014 at 08:54
51 posts
Oh, look, FxPapa/sPhantom is back again. Didn't take long before the crash of sPhantom!

pipable (pipable)
Mar 03 2014 at 20:24
62 posts
Vitautas posted:
Oh, look, FxPapa/sPhantom is back again. Didn't take long before the crash of sPhantom!


We are an absolutely different service, with different business model and different strategy. There might be some similarities but this is simply a coincidence.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

rob559
Mar 03 2014 at 20:33
1916 posts
wow ..i guess that the same greedy people will fall into that trap again as they did for sphantom and fx papa,how patethic to watch

pipable (pipable)
Mar 03 2014 at 20:41
62 posts
rob559 posted:
wow ..i guess that the same greedy people will fall into that trap again as they did for sphantom and fx papa,how patethic to watch


Thanks for your comment.
Lets look at the following facts:

- We have clearly presented the risk and reward to the potential customers.
- We don't charge an upfront fee and only charge based on the amount of trade that user subscribe to.
- We charge on a weekly basis so user may drop out at any given time.
- We have a wonderful and supportive customer service.
- We offer free VPS with any subscription.

So I'd love to know how/why you'd think this is a trap?

April

enicolasgomez
Mar 03 2014 at 21:15
23 posts
pipable posted:
rob559 posted:
wow ..i guess that the same greedy people will fall into that trap again as they did for sphantom and fx papa,how patethic to watch


Thanks for your comment.
Lets look at the following facts:

- We have clearly presented the risk and reward to the potential customers.
- We don't charge an upfront fee and only charge based on the amount of trade that user subscribe to.
- We charge on a weekly basis so user may drop out at any given time.
- We have a wonderful and supportive customer service.
- We offer free VPS with any subscription.

So I'd love to know how/why you'd think this is a trap?

April


Well, I can tell you how this is a trap. You are setting no StopLoss on your positions, so your Risk/Reward ratio cannot be calculated. Based on previous similar strategys like sPhantom and FxPapa I would guess that your running a 250 pips stop loss, which for a TP level of 10, customers are dealing with a RRR of 1:25; some time in the near future account will be blown.

You are using the same covering strategy than the other previous EAs; opening a second position in the same direction when initial position is around 30 pips out of the money; that's how sPhantom got blown with a 1100% losses in one day.

You can check that out at:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/sPhantom/sphantom-auto-trader/585390

Also, it's a HUGE COINCIDENCE that a company is started with almost the same strategy than sPhantom THE EXACT SAME DAY THAT THEIR ACCOUNT LOSSES 1100% IN A DAY; 30-JANUARY-2014

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