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# is it possible to turn \$100 to \$1000 in 4 weeks ? (real account)

VincentD
Feb 02 2015 at 13:14
9 ieraksti
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

Cholipop
Feb 02 2015 at 14:48
406 ieraksti
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

VincentD
Feb 02 2015 at 14:58
9 ieraksti
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

I have a win ratio of 60-65% with R:R 1:4 (minimum). Anf I never use trailing stops. I'm a swing trader and I only check my charts 2 times a week. I either win or lose. In my forward testing I win more trades with trail stop, but my profit targets are never reached = i earn less with trail stops.

Cholipop
Feb 02 2015 at 15:37
406 ieraksti
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

I have a win ratio of 60-65% with R:R 1:4 (minimum). Anf I never use trailing stops. I'm a swing trader and I only check my charts 2 times a week. I either win or lose. In my forward testing I win more trades with trail stop, but my profit targets are never reached = i earn less with trail stops.

I see. Well best of luck to you in your demo trading.

VincentD
Feb 02 2015 at 15:51
9 ieraksti
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

I have a win ratio of 60-65% with R:R 1:4 (minimum). Anf I never use trailing stops. I'm a swing trader and I only check my charts 2 times a week. I either win or lose. In my forward testing I win more trades with trail stop, but my profit targets are never reached = i earn less with trail stops.

I see. Well best of luck to you in your demo trading.

which person would announce statements without trading live. It's not that when your whole system work, there aren't other methods. By your one pointed view (and replies) I can conclude you are just plain stupid

Cholipop
Feb 02 2015 at 15:57
406 ieraksti
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline > luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

I have a win ratio of 60-65% with R:R 1:4 (minimum). Anf I never use trailing stops. I'm a swing trader and I only check my charts 2 times a week. I either win or lose. In my forward testing I win more trades with trail stop, but my profit targets are never reached = i earn less with trail stops.

I see. Well best of luck to you in your demo trading.

which person would announce statements without trading live. It's not that when your whole system work, there aren't other methods. By your one pointed view (and replies) I can conclude you are just plain stupid

VincentD
Feb 02 2015 at 20:27
9 ieraksti
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Cholipop posted:
VincentD posted:
Some wisdom of @ArielleTolome :)

Risk:Reward factor is more important than any strategy. If you risk 1% to win 1% you are set to loose, if you however set 1% risk to win at least 3% (beter 4%). In that way ou only need 1 out of 4 risks to be right and you still be breaking even. If 50% of your trades went good you'll have a nice profit.

I risk 0.5 for my account to gain 3-4%. (I can loose 80% of the time and still be profitable).

discipline &gt; luck

How is R:R factor much more important then any strategy? Your R:R is simply an expection of how many pips you are willing to give up before you close for profit. Your REAL R:R is what counts, and it almost always varies from what one expects.

:/ your R:R is the risk you are willing to take for a specific MIN profit. I've had more than 10 strategies and they all worked with propper risk management. And your real R:R is completly independent of your discipline to not touch a trade :s either it hits SL or TP.

How many times does what you expect to occur actually happen in this market? When you expect to make x amount of money because you are willing to risk x amount of money, you end up not BE or trail stopping because of your greed. Trades who don't adjust their trail stop end up turning big green positions to red positions....

I have a win ratio of 60-65% with R:R 1:4 (minimum). Anf I never use trailing stops. I'm a swing trader and I only check my charts 2 times a week. I either win or lose. In my forward testing I win more trades with trail stop, but my profit targets are never reached = i earn less with trail stops.

I see. Well best of luck to you in your demo trading.

Retard, which idiot would announce statements without trading live. It's not that when your whole system work, there aren't other methods. By your one pointed view (and replies) I can conclude you are just plain stupid

I don't have the need to prove anything. Besides I don't even own a live account myself, I trade for my work and they don't appreciate when those things are set online. Btw where did I announce my silly stats? I tried to explain the basics of risk management. Those trades are called assymetric risks. Let's stop this childish game, somewhere our arguments turned into you being frustrated. Btw I never said you where wrong (people who do that are stupid and ignorrant).

ty_O (ty_O)
Feb 03 2015 at 16:19
1 ieraksti

Patient is Golden
Furax
Feb 03 2015 at 17:19
92 ieraksti
of course it is possible turn XXX% in few weeks :

https://www.myfxbook.com/community/general/ultimate-tendancy/882656,2

On entend l'arbre qui tombe mais pas la forêt qui pousse...
DrVodka
Feb 03 2015 at 17:30
297 ieraksti
im half way there( 500 % ) in less the a week https://www.myfxbook.com/members/DrVodka/mt4-1027730/1143844

u welcome

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