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cinlung

Mitglied seit Jun 27, 2010  21 Beiträge cinlung Dec 17 2010 at 04:03
Thanks PRandell, you explained well.

I was asking that question, because on other managed account I am having proportional %. For example, standard initial capital is $10,000 and makes $100 today, if I only invest $2000, i.e 1/5 of $10,000, then I win $20 for today. When my balance reach $3000, I can top up to $3000 then it will be 3/10 x profit.

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agnilak

Mitglied seit Dec 17, 2010  5 Beiträge agnilak Dec 17 2010 at 05:57
Hello
I'm a new member just registered. I just wondered whether AlonFX allows compounding? I just looked at the live account and saw that the profit for November was around 33%. If that was added to the initial deposit of $1000, then the balance at the start of December should have been around $1330. So the December profit should have been calculated on this NEW balance of $1330 and NOT the initial investment of $1000. Instead the December profit seemed to have been calculated on the initial deposit of $1000 and not the new balance of $1330. That means that compounding has NOT taken place when going from November to December.
Can somebody clarify this position for me? Also if AlonFX is executing only a fixed number of trades, how will this affect the compounding, if compounding is indeed allowed?

PRandell

Mitglied seit Nov 12, 2010  31 Beiträge PRandell Dec 17 2010 at 07:54
Hi Cinlung,

You said in another managed account you are seeing proportional %. Are you saying you currently have a managed account with AlonFx or with someone else? And please let us know if it's a demo account or you're using real funds.

Agnilak,

Compounding features are rather easy to write, so I'm sure Alonfx could manage it, but I'm not sure if that's part of their strategy. Peter would be better suited to answer that. I too would like some sort of money-management baked in. But as the take profits are set to 10 pips and stop loss is set at 30 pips, I'm not sure what setting would be beneficial to this strategy.

P

agnilak

Mitglied seit Dec 17, 2010  5 Beiträge agnilak Dec 17 2010 at 09:38
Hi PRandell,
Thank you for providing some explanation of the compounding issue. I wish Peter would give us all a full explanation of their strategy as no doubt many would like answers to this compounding issue. It would help us to plan our investments. So over to you Peter...

alonfx

Mitglied seit Oct 22, 2010  37 Beiträge Peter Harding (alonfx) Dec 17 2010 at 11:23
Hi,
In case of money management you will not be working with fixed lot like the demo and live account.
It works like this, 10/30 is always working in leverage of 10:1, so a 10pip gain is 1% and loss is 3% of your account.

We use a MAM (multi account management) system that aggregates all the accounts and rolls the balance into one large account.
So if our MAM, for talk sake is $100,000, so we are executing $1M tickets (X10 leverage), if you have account balance of $2750 of the total $100,000 pot, then your account will be alloctaed 2.75% of the total gain when trade is closed. We are using account balance proportional allocation of p+L. So when winner is closed at 10pips on $1M ticket it is $1000 ($100 a pip). You are credited with 2.75% or $27.5.

In summary, your gains will always be 1% and loss 3%, no matter the balance. So, yes compounding is in effect and so is scaling down when your account reduces.
Hope this is clear.

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alonfx

Mitglied seit Oct 22, 2010  37 Beiträge Peter Harding (alonfx) Dec 17 2010 at 11:28
hi,
We only kept the demo on 0.1 lot because trade copier people need to know the outgoing lot size.
Once we get to $2000, we will step up the account to 0.2 lot and then % gains are more realistic again. Actually at the moment, with $1950 balance, the account is 'underselling' itself using only 0.1 lot.

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cinlung

Mitglied seit Jun 27, 2010  21 Beiträge cinlung Dec 17 2010 at 13:14
Hi PRandell,

With someone else, live account. I was not given investor account or any, but they send me report everyday via email. If they make $200, and if I only invest 25% then I get $50. Now my balance is 35% of their initial suggested capital, so I did top it up, so every winning day I get 35% of what they make.
 
Hi Peter,

Thanks for your explanation.

agnilak

Mitglied seit Dec 17, 2010  5 Beiträge agnilak Dec 18 2010 at 01:08
Hello Peter,
Thanks so much for the very clear explanation. I will be taking steps to invest very soon in your Managed Account.

agnilak

Mitglied seit Dec 17, 2010  5 Beiträge agnilak Dec 19 2010 at 16:27
Hello Peter,
Does the compounding take place daily, weekly or monthly? Also are there any limits to compounding? If so, what is the limit?

unikbit

Mitglied seit Dec 16, 2010  31 Beiträge unikbit Dec 19 2010 at 17:22
Peter,

there is any stop limit from equity which if you achieved you will stop trading? by example if you reach 25% from my equity in losses to stop trading my account and to be asked if I want to continue.

thanks

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