upandgo posted: Unfortunately not transparent for the subscribers. Platform is hiding provider contacts, so you can't ask them for their strategy etc.
Platform is Axitrader. Standardaccount 1:400. The strategy for steady gain is: For an uptrend buystop orders are placed above market price and buy limit orders below market price. All these orders have a fixed distance from each-other and a take profit. Each order that is closed in profit is copied and becomes a new pending order. At the moment a certain percentage of equity growth has been established all open trades and pending orders are closed and the cycle starts all over.
If the equity drops below a certain percentage sellstop orders are being placed in order to hedge.
There are more details to this strategy but those are confidential.
be very wary of some of the signal start providers particular the ones with many thousands percentage returns at the top. Providers have worked out a way to cheat the ranking system, by placing a deposit, making a trade, making a withdrawal of nearly the entire deposit perhaps leaving 0.50, the return is then calculated by the system on the amount left i.e. what ever the trade made over the 0.50 (net deposit), even though the trade was made when the full amount of the deposit was in the account. I know for a fact the Elite and Market Slayer are using this cheating method but there are others. If you see any systems where they deposit and withdraw on the same day they are doing the same scam.
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