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Medlem sedan Jul 03, 2010  162 poster winnerforex Nov 03 2011 at 15:33
Be careful with non-stop loss strategies....


Medlem sedan Aug 22, 2009  27 poster Chrisstoff Feb 23 2012 at 14:13

   VSVtrader posted:

Thanks for proposal.

US brokers not very suitable for my trading style with there FIFO rules and no hedging ability.
I will take into account your point of view and may be will open an account in Europe where no restrictions.



Hi VSVtrader,

I would also be interested in your service if you had an account at a reliable European brokerage regulated by FSA.



Medlem sedan Jan 12, 2010  31 poster samnz Mar 10 2012 at 00:24
Hi, can we discuss you managed accounts, thanks...sam email mitsa20 at hotmail. com

do it well...

Medlem sedan Mar 17, 2012  3 poster liqiang Mar 17 2012 at 17:27
Hi I am intrested. Please let me know


Medlem sedan Jan 29, 2012  4 poster paulsselu12 Mar 24 2012 at 21:45

Am Interested too.

I need to get your account opening details.

which brokers you deal with, i prefer ATC broker and



Medlem sedan Aug 13, 2009  5 poster hanifsan Mar 30 2012 at 02:32
Why you're not set up the PAMM Account/managed Account in reputable broker and then everybody interested to your system can invest there?
I think it will be better.
Or maybe you have any bad experience with such PAMM/Managed Account?


Medlem sedan Feb 20, 2010  152 poster Wayne (SunnyDays) Apr 28 2012 at 06:11
'US brokers not very suitable for my trading style with there FIFO rules and no hedging ability.'

Just for the record, you are not bound by FIFO and hedging rules with some NFA regulated brokers in the US like ATC brokers. They find a way around the technical aspects of these rules. Also, other brokers in the US can get around these rules by the following means...

For FIFO if you enter the first trade with a size (lets say 1 lot) then you enter trade 2 with 1.1 lot you can exit trade 2 before trade 1 and not break the FIFO rules. As long as the trade sizes are different FIFO does not apply. But again, certain brokers in the US manage to get around FIFO without using this strategy I've described.

I would never put a dime with a broker who is not regulated by the NFA as certain brokers will take your money and you have no recourse against them.

Hedging also works with certain US brokers like ATC who are connected to FXCM for their liquidity provider.

Just wanted to set the record straight on this US broker issue


A strategy must significantly profit in a 10 year backtest to have a chance in Live trading - Mine Does!

Medlem sedan Jun 06, 2010  69 poster PST_Trader (Emo2010) Jun 05 2012 at 12:12
Thank you Wayne for clearing things out. =)

Don't allow yesterday's success to lull you into today's complacency, for this is the great foundation of failure.

Medlem sedan May 07, 2012  1 poster ramy3982 Jun 09 2012 at 13:33
Nice did u make that profit with no leverage ???


Medlem sedan Feb 15, 2012  202 poster zyrt Jul 09 2012 at 16:00
Hello, how can I know more? Thanks

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