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Im an investor. How to find a consistent traders?

kaptaan
Jul 13 2015 at 09:47
posts 17
mine system also working good

FxstayManaged (fxstaymanaged)
Jul 15 2015 at 06:52
posts 63
Fxstay traders are the professional ones in the industry

VSA Syndicate (VSASyndicate)
Jul 15 2015 at 07:34
posts 73
Verified profits over 800% in 3 months with a low leverage LIVE account: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/andyl913/vsa-syndicate-trading-log/1225124

PAMM services available, lower risk used on in the PAMM. I am looking for a few investors to grow a fund. Message me for details if interested.

Papano
agustrader01
Jul 15 2015 at 20:34
posts 112
If you looking for consistently profit please check this link:
I am not a scalper, not hedger, not hide anyting because everything is very transparent. i saw you everything our result loss or profit.

 https://www.myfxbook.com/members/agustrader01/cts-pound/1254301

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miomax
Jul 18 2015 at 06:10
posts 87
Firstly I reccomend to check your trader with small account or even on demo. It gives you chance to see the tactic and trader's trading manner.

FxZurich
FxZurich
Jul 19 2015 at 06:21
posts 24
Semi-automatic, price-action based swing strategy utilizing dynamic trailing stops to protect profits. At any given time there can be 10+ currency pairs in play (max. one trade per pair) depending on market conditions.

No hedging, no gridding, no Martingale. FIFO compliant.

Average Monthly Profit: +11.6%
Max. relative DD: -13.99%
Max. absolute DD: -2.9%

Win:Loss Ratio: 1.6:1
Average Win: +139 pips
Average Loss: -91 pips
Expectancy: 52 pips per trade
Profit Factor: 1.87
Projected CALMAR Ratio: 10.0
Average Trading Time: 2 days

This strategy is traded on multiple real accounts for clients on SIGNALSTART.COM, however, a demo account is used - intentionally - as a Master Signal account for faster (practically instant) executions, so signals can be broadcasted to client accounts as fast as possible to reduce slippage. 1-2 pips slippage on real accounts is unavoidable, however, with a 52 pips per trade average profit the impact is minimal.

You can sign up for at test-drive on: www.signalstart.com/analysis/fxzurich/677

NikTrading
Jul 23 2015 at 14:45
posts 5
I have been working for few different Brokers in London, and recently for a company that provide advisory and can manage investments through FX and CFD (FCA Regulated); They will not lie to you telling you that you can win 15 or 50 % per month as their performance will depend on the customer profile (a profile you set up in terms of risks, objective, markets...). They have to obtain your consent before entering a position, and will always stick to what you want them to do as they are regulated and audited by FCA about this.

If you want any advice, or have any question about this company or other brokers, just message me I will be glad to help !

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alexforex007
Jul 23 2015 at 21:40
posts 775
There seems to be some very legit account managers over here, but there is also some type or risk involved when trying to find someone who is really honest.

FusionPRO
Jul 24 2015 at 08:27
posts 52
Papano
agustrader01
Jul 24 2015 at 08:30
posts 112
Check this out with full transparent, we saw you everything our result. No HIDING anything...

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/agustrader01/cts-pound/1254301

NikTrading
Jul 25 2015 at 08:35
posts 5
According to me it is not a matter of performance in a book or whatever. As alexforex007 said, and as you know, all in trading and Investment is a risk/performance ratio. The important part here (when you trust somebody or a company to manage your account) is for sure the risk.

Most of the client I had where looking for performance YES, but most of all for risk management. They would rather prefer an investment with a maximum loss of 5% of the capital with lower potentiel performance than extreme performance with high level of risk.

My advice: Do not trust any book, anybody who isn't FCA regulated (or another well reputed regulator). Not because the regulation teach you how to trade (it is wrong) but mostly because the regulation set up the transparency and obligations the Trader will have to complete to make business with you (Treat Customer Fairly, etc..). Of course not all the regulated Trader are fair, or even efficient but at least you have a regulator you can contact in case of misbehave and I do not know many traders willing to lose their authorisation for 1 customer !

Alex
Look009
Jul 25 2015 at 10:41
posts 224
alexforex007 posted:
There seems to be some very legit account managers over here, but there is also some type or risk involved when trying to find someone who is really honest.


I agree

Alex
Look009
Jul 25 2015 at 10:47
posts 224
NikTrading posted:
According to me it is not a matter of performance in a book or whatever. As alexforex007 said, and as you know, all in trading and Investment is a risk/performance ratio. The important part here (when you trust somebody or a company to manage your account) is for sure the risk.

Most of the client I had where looking for performance YES, but most of all for risk management. They would rather prefer an investment with a maximum loss of 5% of the capital with lower potentiel performance than extreme performance with high level of risk.

My advice: Do not trust any book, anybody who isn't FCA regulated (or another well reputed regulator). Not because the regulation teach you how to trade (it is wrong) but mostly because the regulation set up the transparency and obligations the Trader will have to complete to make business with you (Treat Customer Fairly, etc..). Of course not all the regulated Trader are fair, or even efficient but at least you have a regulator you can contact in case of misbehave and I do not know many traders willing to lose their authorisation for 1 customer !


Very good post !

Ari Goldman (arigoldman)
Jul 26 2015 at 21:41
posts 909
NikTrading posted:
According to me it is not a matter of performance in a book or whatever. As alexforex007 said, and as you know, all in trading and Investment is a risk/performance ratio. The important part here (when you trust somebody or a company to manage your account) is for sure the risk.

Most of the client I had where looking for performance YES, but most of all for risk management. They would rather prefer an investment with a maximum loss of 5% of the capital with lower potentiel performance than extreme performance with high level of risk.

My advice: Do not trust any book, anybody who isn't FCA regulated (or another well reputed regulator). Not because the regulation teach you how to trade (it is wrong) but mostly because the regulation set up the transparency and obligations the Trader will have to complete to make business with you (Treat Customer Fairly, etc..). Of course not all the regulated Trader are fair, or even efficient but at least you have a regulator you can contact in case of misbehave and I do not know many traders willing to lose their authorisation for 1 customer !


I would say definitely trust some books, if you have to not trust something, don't trust news.

vontogr (togr)
Jul 26 2015 at 21:43
posts 4862
DFFXFUND posted:
Im an investor. How to find a consistent traders?


Scroll down the page,
click Systems,
filter the ones corresponding to your criteria.
Contact the owner:)

sizhouren
Jul 27 2015 at 06:45
posts 59
do system with negative risk reward ratio ever make money in the long term guys?

kaptaan
Jul 27 2015 at 08:54
posts 17
very difficult to make need accuracy level high...

NikTrading
Jul 27 2015 at 09:14
posts 5
I can't understand how an advised Investor would Invest money in a system he do not even control or understand. Trading systems can be very profitable YES, but can also create a Hole in an investor account. I am not telling you not to invest with a system, but to be very carefull on the system and the person running it (I come back to my previous post, FCA Regulated / risk limit etc) ! The system can creates profit from 1% to 1 000 000 000% it doesn't matter, it is the Investor who take the full risk.

First advice If you want to know how a system is working: Select a system that work since more than 10 years (which means it faced at least a crack/crisis with a down trend market) cause it is not in a clear weather that you will see if a boat and its captain are doing well, but during a storm ! I advice to use the same method to chose a fund, these arn't the most profitable ones but at least the risk is 'controlled' and reduced...

According to me, If someone have a very good trading system, with low risk and huge profits (running since enough time to prove its efficiency in term of risk/reward ratio), he wouldn't be posting here but mostly living in a penthouse in the Caribean sea enjoying its Pina colada ;)

Papano
agustrader01
Jul 27 2015 at 14:32
posts 112
All trading system must be transparent, it's not about how big your profit at the month but consistenly profit is the most importiant even if you made average 5% or 10% per month. I try to make it happen.

Visit this link for check our system and please make a review https://www.myfxbook.com/members/agustrader01/cts-pound/1254301

Alex
Look009
Jul 28 2015 at 06:53
posts 224
agustrader01 posted:
All trading system must be transparent, it's not about how big your profit at the month but consistenly profit is the most importiant even if you made average 5% or 10% per month. I try to make it happen.

Visit this link for check our system and please make a review https://www.myfxbook.com/members/agustrader01/cts-pound/1254301


I would say that capability to keep constantly, during months and see years is important. But, the problem is that it does not give 100 % guaranty to investor that trader will keep the same performance in the future. But, if the trading system in question is 'stable' that can be more positive thing about it. Stability means recovery from a DD, realised or floating, during a decent period of time. If a system could recover from a DD many times in the past i.e on a regular way you can call it stable.

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