GBP/JPY 15-Min Trend-Following (by RouletteTrader) Краткая Статистика
Прирост: +1390.46%
Просадка: 61.83%
Пункты: 11236.9
Сделки: 490
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Тип: Реальный
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RouletteTrader

Пользователь с Jan 31, 2016  18 сообщений Roulette Trader (RouletteTrader) Jun 22 2017 at 14:00
This EA uses my proprietary money management system, which snowballs profits and lot sizes on winning streaks to maximize the profit potential. This occasionally results in a single large loss, which usually accumulated profits in that cycle. A single loss triggers the lot sizes to drop significantly to protect capital during losing streaks. Since wins and losses occur in clusters, this strategy works very well to maximize profits and protect your principal. With this EA, my money management system DOUBLES the profitability vs. trading with a fixed lot setting.

This account started trading very aggressively and is gradually getting less aggressive (as a ratio) after each cycle profit target. At my maximum recommended leverage, this EA averages 71% profit every 50 days, 50% profit every 42 days, or 22% profit every 21 days, depending on the cycle profit target in your money management model. This is just one of multiple EAs that I offer using this money management strategy.

My money management system can maximize profits in nearly any trading system. Read my ebook to learn my system. It's very simple and can even be used for gambling and binary options. Just register at: www.RouletteTRADER.com

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stian

Пользователь с Nov 14, 2015  321 сообщений stian Jun 22 2017 at 16:12
DD 61%, don't think thats a sucessful money management system at all.

pipsquick1957

Пользователь с Nov 15, 2010  172 сообщений George (pipsquick1957) Jun 22 2017 at 16:38
Some of the people that come in here with a system, that has a draw down thats absolutely retarded, and obviously not acceptable to for anyone that wants to keep there money safe.

RouletteTrader

Пользователь с Jan 31, 2016  18 сообщений Roulette Trader (RouletteTrader) Jun 23 2017 at 11:15
Thanks for your insightful comments on my highly profitable EA. My goal for this account was NOT to make 2% per month with zero draw-downs, which will get the average trader nowhere fast! It's to show that a very small account can be grown into the thousands quickly with relatively little risk to principal. My system ignores peak-to-valleys because the intra-cycle peaks are just profits used to leverage larger trades during winning streaks, which usually occur during ideal conditions. If you can't handle the equity swings, then don't trade at high leverage. It's really that simple, but I don't expect the all-knowing critics to understand the mechanics behind the money management strategy without reading my ebook first. There's a reason it's a best-seller on Amazon.com with tons of 5 star reviews.

What you know-it-all keyboard warriors should be looking at is the profit to draw-down ratio and you can scale it up or down as much as you want. No matter how you slice it, the profit is still 5.8x the max draw-down in only 11 months and that was the largest draw-down since I created this EA in May 2015. If your goal is only 115%+ per year, then use 1/3 the leverage I did and the max draw-down would have only been 17%. It's all relative and the draw-down was acceptable to me because I know the history and power of this EA. Aside from the that, I was trading beyond my maximum recommended leverage at the time of the max draw-down because it was an amount that could be easily replenished if lost. I do not recommend trading at very high leverage on large accounts, which is why I'm gradually decreasing the leverage ratio after each profit spike. If you want to grow a small account quickly, this is a great EA to do it with.

armyda1256

Пользователь с Jul 07, 2013  3 сообщений armyda4 (armyda1256) Sep 25 2017 at 14:48
I Don
im watching your 15 min GBPJPY
now there are 2 trades opened double in the same time.
what means?
Armando

RouletteTrader

Пользователь с Jan 31, 2016  18 сообщений Roulette Trader (RouletteTrader) Sep 25 2017 at 14:56
Hi Armando.
For the past few cycles, I've been trading 2 different money management cycle targets (7 units and 8 units) so one goes for 7 consecutive wins while the other goes for 8 consecutive wins using the same trades (entry & exit prices).

armyda1256

Пользователь с Jul 07, 2013  3 сообщений armyda4 (armyda1256) Sep 26 2017 at 06:16
thank you

Erebus

Пользователь с Jan 06, 2012  8 сообщений Erebus Oct 11 2017 at 06:30
Why is March 2017 missing from the graph?
I bought the book and might buy this EA

ovisun

Пользователь с Jan 27, 2013  416 сообщений ovisun Oct 11 2017 at 08:10 (Отредактировано Oct 11 2017 at 08:13 )
Erebus posted:
Why is March 2017 missing from the graph?
I bought the book and might buy this EA


Check history:
In March was only one sell on 22.03.2017, sell which was closed on 11.04.2017
That means no signals=no trades

And I bought his set of EA's and they are the best I ever used

Erebus

Пользователь с Jan 06, 2012  8 сообщений Erebus Oct 11 2017 at 11:22
Darn, there goes the conspiracy theory LOL

Thanks for the recommendation

smiley

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