have a nice start... but why you have locked the history trades....? Can you please make them open to public? that will also help to back test where and why you have opened a trade according to your strategy.
lakis - Oh, sorry - I wasn't sure what was the proper protocol, so I just looked around and the other accounts I looked at didn't show the history, so I thought that was standard procedure, but I don't mind. Good luck trying to back test MY trades - hope your computer doesn't blow up. :)
Haha - thanks, wscaglia. I finally just got disgusted and took a small profit today - tired of fooling with it for the day, and I'd rather be plus than minus - although I was hoping for a much bigger day. Oh well, if you turn a profit every day, I'm pretty sure that you'll eventually make some money, right? :)
You should open your system up to auto trade.......I would have put my $50 on you ....still would, even though its more like $250 now......... Spent some time looking at your history, wish I had more time to sit down and live trade your trades for a week or two. Very interesting ...oh and all the best!
Rainman - Thanks very much for the vote of confidence, but I'm just not comfortable with being responsible for anyone's trades except my own. I firmly believe that the only way to become a master trader is to make your own trading decisions. So, the best I can offer is this track of my trades here on MyFxbook (which, by the way, although live isn't exactly in 'real time' - it seems to run a couple of minutes behind my actual trading moves). One way you can use that is to look at the trades I'm taking and then figure out for yourself what I'm seeing in the market that leads me to take the trade. Who knows, you might very well come up with a better trade! Best wishes to you, too! All good things, always!
Trade alert: I will possibly be looking to take a LONG TERM short position in Usd/Sgd on a retracement back up to around the 1.2620 to 1.2650 area. Since this is a longer term trade with which I'll have to run a considerably wider stop (above 1.2700), I'll only be taking a small position. But hey, just because I'm doing it doesn't mean you should - there's every possibility that my analysis here is skewed by my basic fondness for Singapore and disgust with U.S. fiscal policy - Do your own market analysis and make your own trading decisions - that's the way to succeed in this business. Best wishes, Jack
I have no excuse for today's trading - I broke every rule in my own book...so let this be an object lesson in the wisdom of NOT breaking your trading rules. And what really ticks me off is that if I hadn't scrunched my stop down too tight on selling Eur/Aud, I could have mitigated today's disaster by about half. Oh well, live to trade another day - you've got to just put days like this behind you - once you've firmly beaten some sense into yourself. I'm (at least temporarily - we'll see how it goes through the early evening) holding my short position in Eur/Usd, because 1.3796 might turn out to be an entry point not soon seen again (I hope it goes that way anyway). Also hanging onto a small short position in Eur/Gbp - one of the few things I did right today.
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