Wow! Very impressive results fxArturo! Your 2012 manager looks pretty good so far... It would be helpful to see your open orders though, as you seem to consistently have floating losses. That is/can be concerning, especially if it's steadily increasing. You can make incredible gains for a period of time, but if you are holding on to losses it's only a matter of time until your account blows up! Also, be careful with your risk level. Now I don't know if this is your personal high-risk account or something like that, if it is you may be taking a lot of risk on purpose to make these extraordinary gains. But if it's not, and you want to be safe, your risk is WAY to high. I saw that you opened 8 positions at one time, and your highest loss was close to 5%, so assuming that that's what you're risking on each trade, you risked 40% of your account when you opened those 8 positions! That will lead to disaster eventually... So, be careful! ALL traders have losses, even the best in the world, so it's only a matter of time until you take a big hit if you use such high risk. If you're using a 5% risk level you should not open more than 1 trade at a time, unless you're hedging.
But all in all it looks very interesting. I'm guessing this is an expert advisor? Do you mind sharing a bit about what kind of a trading system this is / the fundamental logic behind it? Do you use bollinger bands, moving averages etc?
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