Elkart posted: if you cracked it you cracked it, facts are facts. i don't see 12263 pips as a boast. If that's what you do, that's what you do...
Yes, true. I remember one of the main people on that forum was trading 'picking the top with tries'. So he started like shorting when price was very high. Obviously he did not tell the rules for his system, but even at that time I did understand that his method (small stop loss/big winners) will work statistically if just the system itself is done properly.
stevetrade posted: I beg to differ, Cast Iron Man version 3 currently stands at 92% after nine months of trading and I fit into neither of those criteria. I'm sure there are many other people on here who are trading genuinely and have successful strategies.
No Stephanus, I stopped trading it live as I was unhappy with the service on FxPro and decided to put the money into other accounts as at an average of 10% per month I decided I can make the money work better elsewhere. I'm still running it as a signal provider on Tradency though, here
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.
stevetrade posted: No Stephanus, I stopped trading it live as I was unhappy with the service on FxPro and decided to put the money into other accounts as at an average of 10% per month I decided I can make the money work better elsewhere. I'm still running it as a signal provider on Tradency though, here
It went down 22% and then up 22% , showing that automated trading doesn't work. There is no substitute for knowing that only fundamentals is driving the USDCAD down through the floor, due to QE2. There is no EA out there that can show a two year track record. What we need is a 30 year record actually.
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