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AmberLynn

Członek od Dec 04, 2012  241 postów AmberLynn Jan 11 2013 at 21:52
GreedyPigg posted:
Cat fight! I love cat fights! Godzilla vs Winny the Pooh or more precisely longer term trader vs scalper.
Ok, let me see.
Chikot has been consistent at losing money on his first account but is hopefully having some improvements on the second. A lot of talk but nothing so far.
Amberlynn, let me see again. A lot of talk and nothing else. Show your pips dude. Connect your account you are trading now and let us enjoy your magic wink


 I like the winny the pooh vs Godzilla comparison. Buhahhaa. As for linking an account, I shall be doing so between Monday and Wednesday. I'm in the process of opening an account with Yadix. I'm also considering trading binaries also as a backup to the mt4 trading. Demo of course doesn't count, but I did link a demo account today. Disregard the CASH (demo profit) Just look at the entries, and the Drawndown (in points) before I was able to reserve profit. That to me is how people should calculate drawdown. Not the darn %.

Chikot

Członek od Jan 14, 2010  2299 postów Chikot Jan 12 2013 at 00:17
TROTtrader, i am not the one here to swing dick and I am not an egotistical animal. I just pointed how ridiculous it is to think that 45% monthly can be done with low risk. Amberynn obviously aware he or Supertrader can blow this way this is why he is talking about withdrawal. Also he makes stupid comparisons. I am not scalping now so my trading cannot be compared to his, but I did posted here shorter term trading when i had time to day trade and I do can day trade. simply circumstances do not allow me to as I have no time. so, please no magic sh*t for me. It was obvious eur/jpy was consolidating in range. i do it on Nasdaq often.
Everybody enjoy the weekend.

TPOTrader posted:
this thread turned from 'is it possible to trade for a living?' to 'i'm a better trader than you' discussion

I'm telling you, traders are some of the most egotistical animals on the planet.

have a great weekend! smiley

AmberLynn

Członek od Dec 04, 2012  241 postów AmberLynn Jan 12 2013 at 00:21
Chikot posted:
TROTtrader, i am not the one here to swing dick and I am not an egotistical animal. I just pointed how ridiculous it is to think that 45% monthly can be done with low risk. Amberynn obviously aware he or Supertrader can blow this way this is why he is talking about withdrawal. Also he makes stupid comparisons. I am not scalping now so my trading cannot be compared to his, but I did posted here shorter term trading when i had time to day trade and I do can day trade. simply circumstances do not allow me to as I have no time. so, please no magic sh*t for me. It was obvious eur/jpy was consolidating in range. i do it on Nasdaq often.
Everybody enjoy the weekend.

TPOTrader posted:
this thread turned from 'is it possible to trade for a living?' to 'i'm a better trader than you' discussion

I'm telling you, traders are some of the most egotistical animals on the planet.

have a great weekend! smiley


 The only thing I can say you can do is 'NOT EARN ENOUGH MONEY TO WITHDRAW'.

Chikot

Członek od Jan 14, 2010  2299 postów Chikot Jan 12 2013 at 00:24
come on, Godzilla comparison, lol. I think scalping and longer term tarding require different mind set. Just a year ago I could considered 20-40 pips a great trade. Now I see it as BE.
Me and the Pooh are on different planes of trading. we cannot be compared. I like your consistency comment. i am very consistent in cutting losses hence i am still trading same money after long time while many guys have to deposit every time they blew account like Guru dude does. I tis a pretty good show of my risk management that without taking profits and in difficult market conditions for trend trader I did lose only 13% in 6 months. Everybody who understand would know I could bring that DD back many times had I taken the profits. My account was always in floating profit from 5% to max 22%.

Nice weekend.

GreedyPigg posted:
Cat fight! I love cat fights! Godzilla vs Winny the Pooh or more precisely longer term trader vs scalper.
Ok, let me see.
Chikot has been consistent at losing money on his first account but is hopefully having some improvements on the second. A lot of talk but nothing so far.
Amberlynn, let me see again. A lot of talk and nothing else. Show your pips dude. Connect your account you are trading now and let us enjoy your magic wink

AmberLynn

Członek od Dec 04, 2012  241 postów AmberLynn Jan 12 2013 at 00:26
Chikot posted:
TROTtrader, i am not the one here to swing dick and I am not an egotistical animal. I just pointed how ridiculous it is to think that 45% monthly can be done with low risk. Amberynn obviously aware he or Supertrader can blow this way this is why he is talking about withdrawal. Also he makes stupid comparisons. I am not scalping now so my trading cannot be compared to his, but I did posted here shorter term trading when i had time to day trade and I do can day trade. simply circumstances do not allow me to as I have no time. so, please no magic sh*t for me. It was obvious eur/jpy was consolidating in range. i do it on Nasdaq often.
Everybody enjoy the weekend.

TPOTrader posted:
this thread turned from 'is it possible to trade for a living?' to 'i'm a better trader than you' discussion

I'm telling you, traders are some of the most egotistical animals on the planet.

have a great weekend! smiley


 What's sad is he will be here for months on in. Speaking of how people who take 'HIGH RISK' are gamblers. As if ANY type of trader ISN'T a gambler. Only to never be able to earn enough money to buy his family a meal from Mcdonalds from his forex profit. I'm very aware that TRADING is utterly subjective. Yet we all came here to earn enough profit to do something with. Yet how is having an account in which you AVG 4% a month is about 30 dollars profit any good. You might as well take up a 9 to 5 asking for quarters in a third world country. At least you can ear more then 30 dollars a month that way. If you HONESTLY have a great grasp of the market. Why are you trading on 'LOW RISK'? Why not 'Higher then LOW risk'?

Chikot

Członek od Jan 14, 2010  2299 postów Chikot Jan 12 2013 at 00:28 (zmieniany Jan 12 2013 at 00:28 )
This is not a point. and it is too early to say btw. I am developing skills and even 20-30% annually I would consider good results especially if I can do it consistently. I am not in this to turn $1000 into million. If you cannot read what I write you are a damn fool, period. I am here to show good risk control, returns, money management, develop as a trader to become a pro. So your comments are foolish as always. I do make pips btw. You cannot do what i do but I can do what you do btw...

AmberLynn posted:
Chikot posted:
TROTtrader, i am not the one here to swing dick and I am not an egotistical animal. I just pointed how ridiculous it is to think that 45% monthly can be done with low risk. Amberynn obviously aware he or Supertrader can blow this way this is why he is talking about withdrawal. Also he makes stupid comparisons. I am not scalping now so my trading cannot be compared to his, but I did posted here shorter term trading when i had time to day trade and I do can day trade. simply circumstances do not allow me to as I have no time. so, please no magic sh*t for me. It was obvious eur/jpy was consolidating in range. i do it on Nasdaq often.
Everybody enjoy the weekend.

TPOTrader posted:
this thread turned from 'is it possible to trade for a living?' to 'i'm a better trader than you' discussion

I'm telling you, traders are some of the most egotistical animals on the planet.

have a great weekend! smiley


 The only thing I can say you can do is 'NOT EARN ENOUGH MONEY TO WITHDRAW'.

Chikot

Członek od Jan 14, 2010  2299 postów Chikot Jan 12 2013 at 00:29 (zmieniany Jan 12 2013 at 00:29 )
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AmberLynn

Członek od Dec 04, 2012  241 postów AmberLynn Jan 12 2013 at 00:30
Chikot posted:
come on, Godzilla comparison, lol. I think scalping and longer term tarding require different mind set. Just a year ago I could considered 20-40 pips a great trade. Now I see it as BE.
Me and the Pooh are on different planes of trading. we cannot be compared. I like your consistency comment. i am very consistent in cutting losses hence i am still trading same money after long time while many guys have to deposit every time they blew account like Guru dude does. I tis a pretty good show of my risk management that without taking profits and in difficult market conditions for trend trader I did lose only 13% in 6 months. Everybody who understand would know I could bring that DD back many times had I taken the profits. My account was always in floating profit from 5% to max 22%.

Nice weekend.

GreedyPigg posted:
Cat fight! I love cat fights! Godzilla vs Winny the Pooh or more precisely longer term trader vs scalper.
Ok, let me see.
Chikot has been consistent at losing money on his first account but is hopefully having some improvements on the second. A lot of talk but nothing so far.
Amberlynn, let me see again. A lot of talk and nothing else. Show your pips dude. Connect your account you are trading now and let us enjoy your magic wink


 For the record YOUR 'pooh' and I'm 'Godzilla'
Pooh teaches kids how to be friendly, loving, and safe. He doesn't take much risk. (SWING TRADER)
Godzilla teaches kids how to be a terror and how to think for RIGHT now and not tomorrow. Although GODZILLA gets killed at the end (Margin call) at least he still got the GIRL (Withdrawing the profits you have when you get it)

 Oh and another thing. Don't talk about YOUR FLOATING PROFIT of being 5% to 22% max. That is like saying you could of won the lottery if you played the winning numbers which you saw in your dreams. IT COUNTS FOR NOTHING. Infact it shows that if your a swinger, and you had 5 to 22% profit max and you didn't book it. That you are the definition of the worlds worse SWINGER!

AmberLynn

Członek od Dec 04, 2012  241 postów AmberLynn Jan 12 2013 at 00:35
Chikot posted:
This is not a point. and it is too early to say btw. I am developing skills and even 20-30% annually I would consider good results especially if I can do it consistently. I am not in this to turn $1000 into million. If you cannot read what I write you are a damn fool, period. I am here to show good risk control, returns, money management, develop as a trader to become a pro. So your comments are foolish as always. I do make pips btw. You cannot do what i do but I can do what you do btw...
 


 *GOOD RISK CONTROL = FAILED
 *RETURNS = SUPER FAILED
 *MONEY MANAGEMENT = WORST I have ever seen (because you allow losing positions to run more then 8x the currencies MONTHLY trading range
 *PRO = You have more then a long way to go. Your so far actually that I think you will lap yourself 5 times before you can call yourself a NOOB!

 As for me not being able to do what you do. Your 1000% correct about that. All you do is close positions in RED. Why in the world would I want to do that. As for you trading the way I do. I would love for you to close 1 position gaining 10 points before you lose 10. If you can do that, then I will consider you a good trader. I'll even accept it if you can pull it off in demo. :)

Chikot

Członek od Jan 14, 2010  2299 postów Chikot Jan 12 2013 at 00:37
Keep barking The Pooh wink

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