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Is compounding necessary?

BellaVista507
Feb 25 2013 at 07:28
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Benny it was I who said that. Yet. I'll repeat it again! If you have a pamm manager. In which he requires a deposit of say 5k. If he was to gain 50% profit. Which would have your account at 7500 usd. He doesn't have to compound, nor would he have had to had compound in order to have gained your 50% profit.Compounding is when you use profits in order to gain more! If i use the same lot size over and over again, then I would never be compounding. In the case of a PAMM manager it depends on the risk he feels like taking.

BellaVista507
Feb 25 2013 at 12:05
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Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!

Ironman
Feb 25 2013 at 12:13
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BellaVista507 posted:
 Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!


Compounding isn't the cause of his losses. It's the way he trades. Please blame the right thing. Compounding needs a functional system otherwise it doesn't work. Just like everything else.

NickMcDonald (NickMcDonald)
Feb 25 2013 at 13:51
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BellaVista507 posted:
 Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!


I disagree and will be using my entire portfolio of systems to show you how to compound effectively.

My goal is to turn $30k into $300k within the next 24months.

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BellaVista507
Feb 25 2013 at 13:55
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Ironman posted:
BellaVista507 posted:
 Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!


Compounding isn't the cause of his losses. It's the way he trades. Please blame the right thing. Compounding needs a functional system otherwise it doesn't work. Just like everything else.


Yes your correct ironman. Compounding doesnt cause losses. It is the system which he uses. Yet, I dont think he will be able to pull it off. Especially when we have to wait 24 months for such results.

Michigander (Michigander)
Feb 25 2013 at 16:33
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NickMcDonald posted:
BellaVista507 posted:
 Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!


I disagree and will be using my entire portfolio of systems to show you how to compound effectively.

My goal is to turn $30k into $300k within the next 24months.


Would you care to share the systems that you are trading? If any of them are a grid or grid/martingale, your out of your mind. Why don't you share your portfolio page to so you can 'learn us'.

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incometrader (incometrader)
Feb 26 2013 at 07:35
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The goal of compounding is to increase your earnings capability - but patience is the key as I've found out the hard way, it's wise to reduce your risk as your account grows. The other side of the coin is that the bigger your account - the lower the amount of leverage is available: so I'm thinking (I haven't got there yet) in the future when (if) I get to 25k I'll split that into two accounts so as to keep the 400X leverage. Only hassle is having to buy more licences for retail EAs.
    So basically what I'm saying is rather then continually grow and compound one account, you might want to 'split' it and keep your high leverage.

BellaVista507
Feb 26 2013 at 14:19
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Michigander posted:
NickMcDonald posted:
BellaVista507 posted:
 Hi nickMcdonald. I've taken the time to look at your accounts. It seems as if compounding has caused you to not gain much profit after all. Your gaining all these pips, but giving the profit right back on losing positions. Prime example why compounding isn't worth it!


I disagree and will be using my entire portfolio of systems to show you how to compound effectively.

My goal is to turn $30k into $300k within the next 24months.


Would you care to share the systems that you are trading? If any of them are a grid or grid/martingale, your out of your mind. Why don't you share your portfolio page to so you can 'learn us'.


All you would have to do is click my name. That would then forward you to my porfolio. As for teaching, Im not interested in teaching.Nor am I interested in selling an EA or recommendations. Should I reach 500% profit by next months end. I'll then offer anyone interested a chance to be my PAMM clients. Since adding my first account. You'll see that I have since then added a client who has brought 7k.

tlswink
Mar 11 2013 at 06:43
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I don't quite understand what the debate is about. As some of you have pointed out, compounding is simple. If you have an account with $1,000 in it, and you set your standard order to always risk 1% of balance, while setting a take profit at 2-3% of balance, then, assuming your strategy is profitable in the first place, you will have the power of compounding working for you. Your probability of blowing up the account wouldn't change, as you'd still only be risking 1% of the account each time you trade.

I do think that at some point it would be prudent to start pulling some of the profits out, but that would just be for peace of mind, and to actually reap some of your rewards. For pure growth though, I don't see why you wouldn't want to compound as much as you could.

BellaVista507
Mar 11 2013 at 07:29
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tlswink posted:
I don't quite understand what the debate is about. As some of you have pointed out, compounding is simple. If you have an account with $1,000 in it, and you set your standard order to always risk 1% of balance, while setting a take profit at 2-3% of balance, then, assuming your strategy is profitable in the first place, you will have the power of compounding working for you. Your probability of blowing up the account wouldn't change, as you'd still only be risking 1% of the account each time you trade.

I do think that at some point it would be prudent to start pulling some of the profits out, but that would just be for peace of mind, and to actually reap some of your rewards. For pure growth though, I don't see why you wouldn't want to compound as much as you could.


 In theory it sounds good. Yet, the system you use is what is actually the main point.

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