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PAMM (Managed Accounts) running for +1yr (by ranesh)

The user has made his strategy private.
temitope123
Sep 30 2010 at 21:03
106 сообщений
could we at least see your history result , you know it is our money we are going to risk. your result looks good

kishorejoga
Sep 30 2010 at 21:13
313 сообщений
No one is fool here to see your profile and through money , u may be opened account INSTA CENTS broker and asking for manged account ,Please feel free to open you history and past trades , open trades and first broker .Please feel free to through your money first

notzero
Sep 30 2010 at 21:20
41 сообщений
i understand somebody hiding their open trades and i understand hiding their history/.

but, what is a va;lid reason that somebody wou;ld want to hide their ba;lance and profit?

thank u,

zero/.


SolarFX (forexma)
Sep 30 2010 at 21:52
1332 сообщений
Just another 'hold and hope' no loss strategy, it's a matter of time to encounter the black swan. All's hidden, again.

AND it's DEMO, DEMO and again DEMO. Why man, don't you trust your own trading or it's easier to lose other people's money?

WAKE UP BUDDY, this ain't the right way to attract clients. I regret there's no anti-vouch system in myfxbook, I'm really sick of this b......t.

"In trading, winning is frequently a question of luck, but losing is always a matter of skill."
rfx (ranesh)
Oct 01 2010 at 02:41
257 сообщений
SOLAR - r u blind ? This is a verified REAL account. 'Hold & Hope' ? Why don't you try this so-called 'Hold & Hope' strategy even with a demo yourself and see whether you can produce results like mine over the same length of time ? Go spend time learning how to trade instead of wasting time being negative about someone else's style of trading without even having a clue as to what it is. I see how wonderful your trading is > I am not surprised at your results with a negative mindset such as this. And you have the audacity to talk like some master trader and be critical of my trading?

And please don't waste my time -> this is a general comment to anyone and everyone who might drop by here. I've got nothing to prove to anybody. If you don't like my style, that's fine > go find some one else to manage an account for you. If one is even remotely serious about joining my PAMM and is not just another curious tyre kicker, they should at least have the decency and the courtesy to PM me for more details. If you're just feeling a little skeptical I suggest you track my performance for however long you wish and then contact me.

Nobody is forcing anybody here to join my PAMM. And besides, I don't work with anyone just because they've got enough money to join my PAMM. I am sure there are plenty of others here who will bend in two just to manage an account for you even if it's just a few dollars - so feel free to join one of them.

There is another thread here where nobody seems to be able to give a simple answer including the person who started that thread as to what it is that is not already available in the stats presented that you can obtain from trade history. If you know your Math then there isn't anything that you cannot work-out from the info that is already made public.

I just wanted to make things clear. Please note that I will NOT be wasting my time responding to any more posts here. If my intention was to discuss my style of trading in this public-system-thread I would have been the first to make a post and open it for discussion.

Want to be a profitable trader ? Change your mindset and stay away from negative/pessimistic/resentful/envious people. I have come across a few people on some of the threads here and the vengeful/resentful/hateful words they speak against others is shocking and it is no wonder that they are unable to be a profitable trader.

SolarFX (forexma)
Oct 01 2010 at 06:59
1332 сообщений
forexma posted:
    Just another 'hold and hope' no loss strategy, it's a matter of time to encounter the black swan. All's hidden, again.

AND it's DEMO, DEMO and again DEMO. Why man, don't you trust your own trading or it's easier to lose other people's money?

WAKE UP BUDDY, this ain't the right way to attract clients. I regret there's no anti-vouch system in myfxbook, I'm really sick of this b......t.


My fault, I was looking at your other demo accounts and didn't see this one especially was real.

Nevermind, no loss strategies mean no SL or huuuge SL which will sooner or later blow any account or at least put it in a dangerous situation.

"In trading, winning is frequently a question of luck, but losing is always a matter of skill."
Patience
Oct 01 2010 at 10:28
230 сообщений
forexma posted:

Nevermind, no loss strategies mean no SL or huuuge SL which will sooner or later blow any account or at least put it in a dangerous situation.


Not necessarily. If you trade low leverage your account can withstand a lot of the market's ups and downs. It's all about the big picture. Not always hope and hold.

SolarFX (forexma)
Oct 03 2010 at 07:11
1332 сообщений
I prefer having small losses than having 1 huge loss at the end, I don't like forex magicians. I've seen the 'no loss' effect tens of times and it wasn't pretty.

"In trading, winning is frequently a question of luck, but losing is always a matter of skill."
Patience
Oct 03 2010 at 11:33
230 сообщений

forexma posted: I've seen the 'no loss' effect tens of times and it wasn't pretty.


So have I but I think we look at the market differently. To me, the forex market is similar to buying shares. Just another investment vehicle. If your shares drop a couple of bucks do you freak out and off-load them? Even if they are paying a good yield? I don't play with the market just for trading profits. In this low interest rate environment, there are very few places to put your money to earn a good yield. Buying high yielding currencies, even if you are the wrong way at times, enables you to collect a way higher yield than any bank would pay. And you can achieve this without having to tie all your money up. Any trading profits are a bonus. It's about putting my money to work and if you appropriately position yourself, there is no need to be worried about a margin call.

SolarFX (forexma)
Oct 03 2010 at 12:12
1332 сообщений
Yeah, you're obviously a fundamental(or even a carry) trader while I'm pure technical.
BUT what I've seen during my almost 8 years of trading is that the pairs do not allways obey the higher interest rate currencies. For me the forex market is too speculative and investing in currencies is far more dangerous than investing in stocks.


"In trading, winning is frequently a question of luck, but losing is always a matter of skill."
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