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Gain: +483972.92%
Drawdown: 36.05%
Pips: 4181.5
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FxMasterGuru

Member Since May 04, 2012  1598 posts FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru) Jan 12 2017 at 13:51
It would be interesting to see an independently verified 'client' account.

Should any MyFxBook member be accepted as a client at any reputable ASIC/FCA broker, please be so kind and post your verified account link to put a closure on this debate.

Why am I being skeptic even with the ICM account? Well, because technically it is possible to create a false verification by 'cloning the MT4 details and data feed on another instance of home made MT4' - quoting an IT tech of a broker. So it is POSSIBLE.

Please click "Vouch" if you liked my post. If not, just put me on your Blocked list. :o)
togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  3860 posts vontogr (togr) Jan 12 2017 at 13:52
wiseinvest posted:
@togr
and to have so many vouches should mean you are knowledgeable and know what you are talking about.

I think you misunderstand the challenge. I will repeat.. The challenge was to achieve a similar monthly return, once again you are blinded by his immediate performance.

I see a 5% for December he only had 6 trading days. Then for this past 9 trading days there is a 45% growth.

So if he made 45% in less than ten days which is almost equal to his gainsy account for the last ten days is the challenge now completed?

Does this few day old account prove to you and others that he is capable of generating a +40% monthly income?

Do you honestly think that autotrade providers here with their max 10% average monthly income with +/-20% dd can be beaten by a guy who put his strategy up for discussion with a gainsy broker, sporting a 75% income with +/-20% dd?

If so, you should be stripped of your vouches.




I am not sure what you are talking about,

but as experienced trader I am going to reveal you a secret.

Trading during xmas period is very different than rest of the year, markets are lazy and it is hard to trade. I usually switch my systems off.

@maxulr made a nice profit even during this period. He has my respect. Moreover he did so on reputable broker and verified account.
I dont care about your challenge or what. I am stating he has very good system and he is capable to reproduce the results even on IcMarkets. Thats all I wanted to say to this topic and you can continue to talk whatever you wish.

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
wiseinvest

Member Since Mar 18, 2016  127 posts wiseinvest Jan 12 2017 at 14:32 (edited Jan 12 2017 at 14:38 )
@togr

It frustrates seven hells out of me when an 'esteemed experienced' trader as yourself gives something like this the thumbs up. Newbies really look up to the 'cool' traders here with their many vouches.

Let me as a super-duper-professional-experienced-skilled-expert-efficient trader shed some light..... trading certain holidays or holiday periods depends on your strategy. Some of mine did well over the Christmas period, but there are traders like yourself that fear this. I even have a strategy that thrives on NFP days - I assume you also switch off then?

So anyone who makes pips over this period has your respect?

A complete newbie who doesn't know the first thing about forex can achieve a 45% income in a few days BUT the challenge is always to keep it and withdraw and do it again, with minimal risk. it is always a case of 3 steps forward and 5 back.

I really frown upon a person like you deeming it a 'very good system'. You are way too easily impressed. And that misleads those who might look up to you.

But hey, I am finally signing off on this, I think I made it very clear what I think of it - if the reader is one of those who disagree and believe I am just trying to be nasty, then 'you can lead a horse to water, but.....'

The only time it will impress me, is if this performance can be kept up for a few months.
With a 75% monthly income he will be the next hot shot. And if it is not martingale he would be able to be an autoprovider..
Investors will queue to invest with him, he will be unbelievably rich in no time.

And this all started from a six digit gainsy percentage account. Likely?

He is quiet of late, probably too busy answering all the PM's and emails of innocent traders that YOUR lack of common sense sent him..

My accounts will ALWAYS show high DD. This is done purposely to maximize our withdrawals every week.
Fuze

Member Since Feb 06, 2010  91 posts Fuze Jan 12 2017 at 16:58
Hey guys Max is probably laughing his butt off at this debate. Notice how he sits back and says nothing. Let's get back into helping each other if possible. I think we all get it, including newbies, to be aware of people who may want to possible scam you. Do your due diligence before committing to anything. 2017, let us all double our accounts or better

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  3860 posts vontogr (togr) Jan 13 2017 at 08:49
Fuze posted:
Hey guys Max is probably laughing his butt off at this debate. Notice how he sits back and says nothing. Let's get back into helping each other if possible. I think we all get it, including newbies, to be aware of people who may want to possible scam you. Do your due diligence before committing to anything. 2017, let us all double our accounts or better


@Fuze
The thing is that someone label you as scam without any evidence.
I would say lets reveal the real scams and do not mark every successful trader out there.

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
maxulr

Member Since Sep 12, 2016  59 posts Maximilian (maxulr) Jan 18 2017 at 09:59
Hi everybody!

Tough day was yesterday, wasn't it? 400 pips for GBPUSD is becoming more like a sort of ordinary things, heh?:)
Trade yesterday was rough, though eventually I managed to come out with minimum losses. After such market I prefer to chill out and keep my head clean, what should I am going to do.

So, what's your results after yesterday's rally?

Zeiten Ändern Dich. email: ulrichmax@
xperts

Member Since Apr 06, 2016  53 posts Mian Xperts (xperts) Jan 19 2017 at 07:17

maxulr posted:
Hi everybody!

Tough day was yesterday, wasn't it? 400 pips for GBPUSD is becoming more like a sort of ordinary things, heh?:)
Trade yesterday was rough, though eventually I managed to come out with minimum losses. After such market I prefer to chill out and keep my head clean, what should I am going to do.

So, what's your results after yesterday's rally?



The EA i was using with GBPUSD bias blew two of my Demo Accounts as it persistently traded on the opposite of the market, I however made some money on my real account going with the trend to fill up that huge gap from the weekend.

Lost faith in the EA which was doing pretty well otherwise, but failed this 200 pip test....

get after it
maxulr

Member Since Sep 12, 2016  59 posts Maximilian (maxulr) Jan 20 2017 at 12:12
Hi everybody!

This one addressees to one guy, Alex, who's account in IC Markets I'm currently managing (or used to, I don't know now).

Where are you man? I cannot access your account since yesterday and you don't answer in Skype\Messages.

What's wrong? I know, that you're hanging here around. Contact me ASAP.

Zeiten Ändern Dich. email: ulrichmax@
FxMasterGuru

Member Since May 04, 2012  1598 posts FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru) Jan 22 2017 at 07:40
maxulr posted:
Hi everybody!

This one addressees to one guy, Alex, who's account in IC Markets I'm currently managing (or used to, I don't know now).

Where are you man? I cannot access your account since yesterday and you don't answer in Skype\Messages.

What's wrong? I know, that you're hanging here around. Contact me ASAP.


I guess Alex did not like the mentioned HUGE drawdown on GBPUSD... grin

What else...? Why would Alex quit such a miracle trader without a word and so abruptly...?

Of course, it is easy to hide LARGE INTRADAY DRAWDOWNS by disconnecting the account from MT4 until after the DD is over and the trade is closed at a decent SL or in profit. IT IS AN OLD TRICK TO HIDE DANGEROUS DRAWDOWNS by DANGEROUS STRATEGIES.

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maxulr

Member Since Sep 12, 2016  59 posts Maximilian (maxulr) Jan 23 2017 at 15:33
Hello again. This guy still hasn't reply. I decided that in order to stop this unnecessary chatting, I shall open my history and you will see it. I warn everyone that this guy is @DRLOOSE. At least it is not good to keep ignoring. Maybe he thus scams and doesn't want to pay for account managing. If he offers his account to someone to manage, don't repeat my mistake, my advise is to stay away from him.

@FxMasterGuru you're such an experienced here, however even if you hide intraday history and disconnect account for a day or two and then connect it again, MFB will then anyway show your real DD. Yes I sometimes experience DD's, I am not God and I have never said that I don't have drawdowns, it is strange to me why do you find it so funny that I have DD's. But my income progress is several times bigger than drawdown. My account is not like having average monthly profit of 6% with DD figure about 10% (and this is not the worse case yet).

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