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Členem od Nov 18, 2009  735 zpráv(a,y) speki Dec 14 2010 at 08:40
Chikot posted:
    Man , I love this tune and clip. 80's, there was no better time!

I'd disagree, 'now' is always the best time - but yeah, the 80s weren't bad either. Here's a triplet just for you. I have an unbeatable playlist. Paaaaarrrrttttyyyytiiimmmmeeee!!!!!

Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.

Členem od Oct 18, 2009  230 zpráv(a,y) Patience Dec 15 2010 at 07:35

speki posted:
 I have an unbeatable playlist.

Even if you say so yourself although that's debateable especially when you get Jason Donovan out.


Členem od Dec 16, 2010  6 zpráv(a,y) Idorenyin (fxrobotsystems) Dec 17 2010 at 15:09
Hello Chikot,

I would like to work with you. Please check my profile.


What you see "now" may not be actual market direction.

Členem od Mar 12, 2011  36 zpráv(a,y) halionfx Mar 24 2011 at 18:54
reasonable returns? depends on your risk you are willing to take.

for me, everything above 40% per year is outstanding.


Členem od May 30, 2010  64 zpráv(a,y) Voffi (Voffi) Mar 24 2011 at 21:01 (editováno Mar 24 2011 at 21:01 )
I concur with halionfx. 40% or more per year is very good. Steady 3-4% monthly is outstanding performance, if the risk profile is appropriate.

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.

Členem od Jan 14, 2010  2299 zpráv(a,y) Chikot Mar 26 2011 at 00:16
Idorenyin, Hi, just sent you message.
Have not been here for a long time.
40% annual looks very good. everything depends upon risk.
I have had rough 2 months January and February. it is interesting how change of schedule influences trading. Currently on my way back.


Členem od Nov 02, 2009  94 zpráv(a,y) Touareg Mar 26 2011 at 02:31
I made an EA wich give me 20% - 30% profit per month with 10% - 15% DD.
is this EA still to risky for me to invest ... ? confused

Try not to be greedy trading with no emotion

Členem od Jan 14, 2010  556 zpráv(a,y) James_Bond Mar 27 2011 at 08:44

Touareg posted:
    I made an EA wich give me 20% - 30% profit per month with 10% - 15% DD.
is this EA still to risky for me to invest ... ? confused

Just lower the risk appetite to test it with real money. In any case, yes, that is very risky in terms of a long term trading system, in my opinion.


Členem od Jan 09, 2011  23 zpráv(a,y) T1FX (t1fx) May 05 2011 at 03:47
When this comes to me, usually I would be asking what is the risk appetite.

If you are risking your account at 10% equity, i would say a gain of 2%-5% per trading month is very ideal.

If you are risking your account at 50% equity, i would say a gain of 20-30% per trading month is very ideal.

For investment type of account, I would normally apply a compounding concept to it.

+5%-10% per month is usually my target for exposing 10-15% of my equity to risk.

A consistent +5% a month yields more than +500% in 3 years. That beats most of the other available investment engine in the market !!!!

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Členem od Oct 30, 2010  20 zpráv(a,y) mcyoyok May 16 2011 at 06:29
How about risking 10% to get 20-30% per month :

Its hard to break 10%...even 20% equity, just take a look :)

See other portfolio also.


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