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michaelkim posted: R:R is too bad. One stop loss eat up 7 or 8 profits trade. You know the breakout system is not working all the time and specially with bad R:R
anyway it's good business for you. you open an account with $50.00 and show about 4 or 5 weeks good histories and charge $70.00 or $80.00 a month fees for copying your trade. Even you loss all, it's $50.00.
I wish you make consistent profits on coming days and weeks and months. Good Luck.
@michaelkim Thanks Mr. Young. Just having some bad days. Shall be over soon. in my profile you can see my PAMM account it have $500 Balance.
pipmenow posted: I agree the R:R is not very good as seen with the most recent results. With such a short history we don't know if the positive results from December and early January were just lucky or produced by skillful trader. At this point it is questionable.
The $50 starting balance of the account seems low and is a small risk for the vendor with the results not able to even pay for the monthly subscription.
I am hoping for the best and for the profits to reappear. I think we will know in the coming days.
@pipmenow I hope you won't have to wait longer to see the green account again.
earlyxmasea posted: @togr Well Every body can have some bad trading days. Nothing to be ashamed or proud of. how ever I am amazed that how define martingale. None of positions were taken at same time of closed at same time. these are individual trades. I don't know mate you are angry or what. may be you are just having a bad day. please don't make false accusations. constructive criticism is welcome.
@earlyxmasea I did provide objective facts, you should find out what martingale mean though
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