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in LKHedgeFund feed Mar 12, 2014 at 14:05
whatever floats your boat mate why would i hide my reference account when the current dd was only 3% a last week? that is nothing to be ashamed of. I am currently not looking for any more clients and hence there is no need to show my performance to anyone besides my existing clients.
in LKHedgeFund feed Mar 11, 2014 at 18:18
Our system has been re-coded to be compatible with build 600+ on wards, now with less reliance on DLLs. Also i have decided to lower risk of most pairs. This will allow us to ride through drawdown periods more comfortably. I know the last 4-6 months has been rough but I intend to grow through this. Our strategy is based on basic supple/demand ie. price action, which is why we think it will continue to work in the long run as long as we continue to adapt to markets through trading hours and risk adjustments, while not changing our core strategy.
in LKHedgeFund feed Feb 05, 2014 at 23:16
From experience each broker has their good months. last year icm and global prime were better than axi. So far Jan & Feb, axi is better. So its hard to say why and what. But lately I did see ic markets trades close at a much worse price in comparsion to axi/gp. This might be due to slippage or latency. It is hard to pinpoint exactly the reason as there is too many variables.
in LKHedgeFund feed Jan 21, 2014 at 22:21
we dont take retail clients anymore, sorry.
in LKHedgeFund feed Sep 05, 2013 at 04:15
sorry we're private as of last month.
in LKHedgeFund feed Aug 06, 2013 at 17:08
We do manual intervention all the time. the 2nd trades from today's session was closed on manual tp. The reason was because lingering trades tend to have changing technical.
in LKHedgeFund feed May 22, 2013 at 16:47
in LKHedgeFund feed May 05, 2013 at 14:53
This is why we aim for a max DD of 15-20% (this will vary from broker to broker): Drawdown and Drawdown Recovery % Loss of Capital      % Profit to Recover 10%                      11.11% 20%                      25.00% 30%                      42.85% 40%                      66.66% 50%                       100%
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 30, 2012 at 23:12
We will start running our Scalp System after the hurricanes. This week and last week live testing suggest market is back to normal trading conditions during Asian session. Our dedicated server in New york is still up on backup generators regardless of the hurricane.
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 18, 2012 at 14:00
To calculate the DD period, measure how many months of profits the DD has wiped out.
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 18, 2012 at 13:58
HOW DID OUR ASIAN SCALPER COMPARE to the Top 4 Commerical Asian Scalper? Lets see: Euronis Average DD Period: 4-5 Months (ref: Hyper EA Pro DD Period: 5 months (ref: FXPIG Door PAMM DD Period: 2.5 Months (ref: FX Real Profits DD Period: 4-5 Months (ref: Our system: 1 month (ref: (as our 5-6 month average ROI is roughly 20-30% per month!)
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 17, 2012 at 03:29
This was the cause of our DD today, it was released 9am Sydney EST time. during our trades.
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 11, 2012 at 01:50
Correction: last large dd, only took 1 week to recover on axitrader and 2 weeks at pepper stone
in LKHedgeFund feed Oct 10, 2012 at 23:44
Most accounts should be down 5-6% this month IF they started trading from the start of the month (those who started late will have roughly 8-11% DD). Today's drawdown was largely due to an unexpected news in the eurozone which effected all euro pairs. The good news is our system trades almost everyday and so we expect to recover this loss within 2 weeks and end Oct in profit. We have recovered quickly from many drawdowns before. Our last big DD was during 1st August of 7.5%. we took roughly 2 weeks to recover and winded up profitable for August. So please bare with us! S&P cut Spain to 'BBB-' from 'BBB+'; outlook negative Rating Agency comments Says: - Rising unemployment and spending constraints are likely to contribute to friction between Spain’s central and regional governments. - Sees mounting risks to Spain’s public finances, due to rising economic and political pressures. - Could cut Spain further if political support for the current reform agenda wanes, Eurozone support fails to help keep government borrowing costs sustainable. - Could give Spain a stable outlook if budgetary and structural reform measures, and a successful Eurozone support program, stabilize Spain’s credit metrics. Reaction details: - EUR/USD moved down 11pips from 1.2896 to 1.2885 in the following two minutes, trades 1.2886 (+3pips) last. Source: Newswires
in LKHedgeFund feed Sep 19, 2012 at 10:48
Thankyou! we worked very hard in the past 6 years to get to where we are now!