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camerongill

Medlem sedan Aug 16, 2011  110 poster Gold Trader (camerongill) Sep 04 2018 at 07:19

Am not sure what happened with the rule about posting results with sufficient history (3 months +) and draw-down less than 40%.

What is the first thing that people look at when evaluating other people's results? Is it the draw-down, is it the monthly returns, is it the total returns or is it the consistency of the returns graph gradient?

Personally I think of it like a journey from point A to point B. You could take a high powered death-trap of a car with limited safety features and excessive horse-power or your could take a reliable family car that consistently sits on the speed limit, so I would be looking for a consistent returns graph.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657


redmachinefx

Medlem sedan Apr 29, 2018  34 poster RED MACHINE FX (redmachinefx) Sep 04 2018 at 10:47

Oakland

Medlem sedan Jun 15, 2017  12 poster JacksonMole (Oakland) Sep 04 2018 at 10:48
wtstnj posted:
Oakland posted:
wtstnj posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/wtstnj/tarun-gulrajani/2655008


OMG two full days of profit?!!

Where can i sign up to your signals bro


this is my ea trading bro. That's my new client account i am managing accounts.
Now i updated new things
50$ investment daily 20$ fixed income
No need to invest big amount
If u want more then u need to add sub accounts. My new ea gives daily 20% of capital
If u start with 100$ then u will get daily 20 to 30$ also 50$ means same profit ratio
So we need to split accounts


I'm joking. You'll never get any clients. And if you do they'll be less than $100. Trust me give up

Oakland

Medlem sedan Jun 15, 2017  12 poster JacksonMole (Oakland) Sep 04 2018 at 10:49
camerongill posted:

Am not sure what happened with the rule about posting results with sufficient history (3 months +) and draw-down less than 40%.

What is the first thing that people look at when evaluating other people's results? Is it the draw-down, is it the monthly returns, is it the total returns or is it the consistency of the returns graph gradient?

Personally I think of it like a journey from point A to point B. You could take a high powered death-trap of a car with limited safety features and excessive horse-power or your could take a reliable family car that consistently sits on the speed limit, so I would be looking for a consistent returns graph.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657



I look at pips each trade, and whether or not a SL is put in place.

This guy you've forwarded has been aiming for 5/6 pips at a time.

Why is there nobody who tries to get more than 20 pips!

sjkhaushu

Medlem sedan Mar 09, 2018  143 poster sjkhaushu Sep 04 2018 at 12:22
camerongill posted:



https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657




Looking good mate but I would like to see you open your trading history. Dont need the lot size, just trades and SL/TP. With everyting closed its impossible to evaluate the strategy...

robertvolta

Medlem sedan May 10, 2014  11 poster robertvolta Sep 05 2018 at 07:16
camerongill posted:

Am not sure what happened with the rule about posting results with sufficient history (3 months +) and draw-down less than 40%.

What is the first thing that people look at when evaluating other people's results? Is it the draw-down, is it the monthly returns, is it the total returns or is it the consistency of the returns graph gradient?

Personally I think of it like a journey from point A to point B. You could take a high powered death-trap of a car with limited safety features and excessive horse-power or your could take a reliable family car that consistently sits on the speed limit, so I would be looking for a consistent returns graph.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657



Do you manage accounts?

GLIFX

Medlem sedan Nov 30, 2014  47 poster GLIFX Sep 05 2018 at 07:50

glifx24@
sjkhaushu

Medlem sedan Mar 09, 2018  143 poster sjkhaushu Sep 05 2018 at 07:54
robertvolta posted:
camerongill posted:

Am not sure what happened with the rule about posting results with sufficient history (3 months +) and draw-down less than 40%.

What is the first thing that people look at when evaluating other people's results? Is it the draw-down, is it the monthly returns, is it the total returns or is it the consistency of the returns graph gradient?

Personally I think of it like a journey from point A to point B. You could take a high powered death-trap of a car with limited safety features and excessive horse-power or your could take a reliable family car that consistently sits on the speed limit, so I would be looking for a consistent returns graph.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657



Do you manage accounts?



At least wait until he opens trading history. You dont know the strategy behind it, by the looks of it its a kind of martigale but I may be wrong...

togr

Medlem sedan Feb 22, 2011  4838 poster vontogr (togr) Sep 05 2018 at 10:30
sjkhaushu posted:
robertvolta posted:
camerongill posted:

Am not sure what happened with the rule about posting results with sufficient history (3 months +) and draw-down less than 40%.

What is the first thing that people look at when evaluating other people's results? Is it the draw-down, is it the monthly returns, is it the total returns or is it the consistency of the returns graph gradient?

Personally I think of it like a journey from point A to point B. You could take a high powered death-trap of a car with limited safety features and excessive horse-power or your could take a reliable family car that consistently sits on the speed limit, so I would be looking for a consistent returns graph.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/camerongill/4hourforex/2507657



Do you manage accounts?



At least wait until he opens trading history. You dont know the strategy behind it, by the looks of it its a kind of martigale but I may be wrong...


+ verified account
+ monthly profit vs. max dd
- a bit fresh
- not much trades

breakforex

Medlem sedan Oct 20, 2009  41 poster Break Forex (breakforex) Sep 06 2018 at 07:41
Steady Trading for many Years .. a constant money maker :)

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/breakforex/liner50/1411873

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