Exactly, two fat sells on G/U made the systems day... but it could have been the other way around and on the reopening there could have been a heavy DD. But it wouldn't matter (no SL there to get hit), since the system is full adaptive it would just trade as usual til TP is reached.
pc8multifx posted: Exactly, two fat sells on G/U made the systems day... but it could have been the other way around and on the reopening there could have been a heavy DD. But it wouldn't matter (no SL there to get hit), since the system is full adaptive it would just trade as usual til TP is reached.
During 'heavy' drawdown, is hedge the way your EA keep margin at good levels?
Assume this situation: The price of GBP/USD keeps trending down heavily against your open position in GBP/USD (while your EA has a floating 6th martingale step open in GBP/USD), is hedge the way your EA keep margin still at good levels? Or perhaps the EA has no hedge capability at all? Wondering how does it maintain good margin level?
How come no REAL accounts for all your systems? They seem good, or do you not risk your own capital?
I see a lot of systems on here that do this and that, but they tend not to run on REAL accounts, and always seem to be seeking outside investor funds. I don't mean to challenge you or bag on you as your returns are great, but curious why the no real MONEY systems are seeking so much capital for managed accounts... :) Or the systems HIDE everything they can which makes no sense for transparency purposes.
Why waste time w/ demo accounts and pretend when you can trade your real dollars and get investors to join you? I know I would if your returns are truly REAL and you can show it and make it easy for all to join. Other systems have strange brokers that are basically resellers, but your systems seem to be quite good. (If you think about it, if you show how much you are trading $$$, what trades you have open, etc.. then you have something people can truly trust)
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