eleanna74 posted: If its so easy what I am doing, I welcome all those that are so jealous about this, to do the same 'easy' thing and publish a signal with their performance.
You have done very well Eleni.
It has been the same for me: when you fail many people focus only on the failures, and do not see your current success. They will never succeed, because they focus on failures alone and not on the successes.
Dear subscribers, November has ended with 110% profit for HAMSTER TURBO®, at the lower end of our monthly profit expectations, but still a solid outcome if you consider the difficulties of the month, including Brexit developments, US midterm elections, daily savings time change, Italy budget worries etc. We also avoided a margin stop out on the 12th of November. We won't trade tomorrow because there is the FOMC meeting minutes tonight and we avoid such days. So, it is time for our weekly money management arrangements, unless you withdraw your profits daily, according to my second strategy. I 've divided the sum of signal and back up funds in 4 parts and trading will resume next week with the new 1/4 of the entire capital.
I also want to raise the alarm to some of my subscribers that contact me and I realize from our conversation that they don't use any kind of money management whatsoever. They just have all their capital on HAMSTER TURBO going for the maximum of profit! This is extremely dangerous and you must always follow one of my 2 suggested money management strategies, described in detail in my signal's description: https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/463727#!tab=tab_description, if you want long term profitability and peace of mind over your investment.
Thank you very much for your trust and your great reviews for HAMSTER TURBO®!
I was just thinking about the profit withdrawal system. You said that the withdrawing profits daily should only be for larger accounts, I have an account with £300 and was wondering if I could use this system without any side effects?
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