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is it possible to turn $100 to $1000 in 4 weeks ? (real account)
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togr

Členem od Feb 22, 2011  3864 zpráv(a,y) vontogr (togr) Aug 28 2014 at 08:02
To be even more clear what martingale is.

It is any system that increases total trade size when equity decreases.

Equity can decrease by open or even close trades it does not matter.

Opposite to martingale is a system when you decrease total trade size when equity decreases.

e.g. fixed fraction method

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
Cholipop

Členem od Aug 07, 2014  406 zpráv(a,y) Cholipop Aug 28 2014 at 08:53
tmk471 posted:
Thousands of people lose their hard earned income every day trading forex. There is one simple reason behind it - they think forex is a quick rich scheme and in the hope lose everything. There isn't one single example of a trader who was or is making 10% or more per month consistently. They don't last a year or two. Why don't we try to learn this simple rule? If you want to trade forex, do it like any other business with patience, minimal risk and reasonable income expectations. In forex only those traders last who keep their risk to a minimum without caring about their profit.


  What about the traders who dont look at it as a get rich scheme who end up losing everything at one point in the future.

Why guess, when you can react to what is in front of you.
MyFxTrader

Členem od Dec 31, 2013  170 zpráv(a,y) MyFxTrader Aug 28 2014 at 10:49
togr posted:
To be even more clear what martingale is.

It is any system that increases total trade size when equity decreases.

Equity can decrease by open or even close trades it does not matter.

Opposite to martingale is a system when you decrease total trade size when equity decreases.

e.g. fixed fraction method



Absolutely, there are many articles on the internet regarding the martingale bifurcation used as trading strategies. Apart from the more popular grid averaging martingale which closes trades in a basket; below is a short article about the simple non-grid averaging martingale which uses a SL & TP to close a trade:

https://www.globalbankingandfinance.com/what-is-martingale-system-of-money-management/

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MyFxTrader

Členem od Dec 31, 2013  170 zpráv(a,y) MyFxTrader Aug 28 2014 at 11:22
Cholipop posted:
Which is why you use martingale.

 Imagine what martingale is. You can wager using the 15 min option... In which you wager the price after 15mins is higher or lower.
you always get a counter trend. how many losses can that be? What is the most of one color which you have seen on a 15m chart for eur/cad.... You actually using martingale will have enough money to continue the wager. Money management. 999% profit shouldn't be ignored. Take it seriously. You even have EA's which can beat high impact news. How much would that be worth? More then any amount of money you can imagine. Martingale will make you a load of funds. You withdraw and start over.

 Everything is in the chart. Instead of playing guess with the price, and trade the patterns. Then hedge with binary options.
 You would be unstoppable!



I've been doing martingale on binary options for a long time and I'd like to substantiate your claims. wink

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Cholipop

Členem od Aug 07, 2014  406 zpráv(a,y) Cholipop Aug 28 2014 at 14:07
MyFxTrader posted:
Cholipop posted:
Which is why you use martingale.

 Imagine what martingale is. You can wager using the 15 min option... In which you wager the price after 15mins is higher or lower.
you always get a counter trend. how many losses can that be? What is the most of one color which you have seen on a 15m chart for eur/cad.... You actually using martingale will have enough money to continue the wager. Money management. 999% profit shouldn't be ignored. Take it seriously. You even have EA's which can beat high impact news. How much would that be worth? More then any amount of money you can imagine. Martingale will make you a load of funds. You withdraw and start over.

 Everything is in the chart. Instead of playing guess with the price, and trade the patterns. Then hedge with binary options.
 You would be unstoppable!



I've been doing martingale on binary options for a long time and I'd like to substantiate your claims. wink


 It most certainly works. It only surprises me how people don't think outside the box a little more.

Why guess, when you can react to what is in front of you.
Cholipop

Členem od Aug 07, 2014  406 zpráv(a,y) Cholipop Aug 28 2014 at 14:16
Another thing I would like to do is share my form of martingale (simply wagering a larger amount after loss), but mine has a little trick to it. It runs so you can make your loss back in 1 pip profit with the fresh new order. Have a look...

  Say when you lose, you lose 10 pips on avg.
  Your first order would be .05 lots you lose 5 usd on a 10 pip loss.
  Your second order would have to be 10x in order to make the loss back in one pip. So this would be a wager for 10x larger then .05 which is .5 which of course is 5 usd per pip
   Your third order would be 10x as much which would be 5.00 lots 50 usd per pip.
    Your third would be 50.00 lots which if you lose you stop out all the accounts.

 So how much money would you lose wagering in this form after 4 straight losses?

Why guess, when you can react to what is in front of you.
togr

Členem od Feb 22, 2011  3864 zpráv(a,y) vontogr (togr) Aug 28 2014 at 14:39
Cholipop posted:
 Another thing I would like to do is share my form of martingale (simply wagering a larger amount after loss), but mine has a little trick to it. It runs so you can make your loss back in 1 pip profit with the fresh new order. Have a look...

  Say when you lose, you lose 10 pips on avg.
  Your first order would be .05 lots you lose 5 usd on a 10 pip loss.
  Your second order would have to be 10x in order to make the loss back in one pip. So this would be a wager for 10x larger then .05 which is .5 which of course is 5 usd per pip
   Your third order would be 10x as much which would be 5.00 lots 50 usd per pip.
    Your third would be 50.00 lots which if you lose you stop out all the accounts.

 So how much money would you lose wagering in this form after 4 straight losses?


Your whole account your house and your car? :)

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
ahuruglica

Členem od Jun 28, 2013  852 zpráv(a,y) ArdiFX (ahuruglica) Aug 28 2014 at 14:48 (editováno Aug 28 2014 at 14:49 )
Cholipop posted:
Yet, although the market is considered FAT TAIL distribution, the reality is we do have certain patterns within a currency which makes it predictable. Which is why I believe that an excellent system will not incur more then 4 consecutive losses. So far, since my ea has ran, I have not had more then 2 losses in row. The market has been rather one sided, but the lack of losses has to do with the ea only taking specific types of wagers. Wagers in which if are stopped out, my odds of closing the next trade for profit are much higher then the very first order which caused the loss.


Talking about patterns and predicting the future. I would like to provide you with few graphs and ask you what patterns do you see and how would you trade them. If you can do for each separately I would appreciate it. Just please ignore my drawings.

Regards
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alexforex007

Členem od Oct 11, 2013  664 zpráv(a,y) alexforex007 Aug 29 2014 at 02:50
It is not about predicting the future. The future cannot be predicted, there are probablities, but nothing more than probabilities. A professional trader does not have a cristal ball at his desk. That is not professionalism. A professional trader prepares for possible scenarios and outcomes and reacts to changes, he or she does not predict.

Cholipop

Členem od Aug 07, 2014  406 zpráv(a,y) Cholipop Aug 29 2014 at 11:16
togr posted:
Cholipop posted:
 Another thing I would like to do is share my form of martingale (simply wagering a larger amount after loss), but mine has a little trick to it. It runs so you can make your loss back in 1 pip profit with the fresh new order. Have a look...

  Say when you lose, you lose 10 pips on avg.
  Your first order would be .05 lots you lose 5 usd on a 10 pip loss.
  Your second order would have to be 10x in order to make the loss back in one pip. So this would be a wager for 10x larger then .05 which is .5 which of course is 5 usd per pip
   Your third order would be 10x as much which would be 5.00 lots 50 usd per pip.
    Your third would be 50.00 lots which if you lose you stop out all the accounts.

 So how much money would you lose wagering in this form after 4 straight losses?


Your whole account your house and your car? :)


 Most certainly

Why guess, when you can react to what is in front of you.
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