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- sqrt(-1) replied Jul 31, 2011
Not true; this statement is too broad. It is possible to implement effective martingale strategies on the markets. Monty Hall Problem.

- sqrt(-1) replied Jan 6, 2011
Extremely interested in this thread. I will post again in the upcoming days. Thanks.

- sqrt(-1) replied Jan 6, 2011
As a math major, I am familiar with Matlab, and thus the EA I intend to develop will be extremely mathematical based. What I have found so far is that MT4 is limiting in it's backtesting. I have not been able to figure out (if possible) how to ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Jan 5, 2011
Hey guys, Anyone use Expert Advisers in MetaTrader to automate their trading? A new semester is forthcoming, so best of luck to all in their studies and trading! I've got a feeling the US is going have a strong quarter...

- sqrt(-1) replied Sep 14, 2010
More AUD shorts...

- sqrt(-1) replied Sep 11, 2010
Short AUD/USD currently at -40 pips.

- sqrt(-1) replied Sep 3, 2010
TP on my USD/CAD shorts. (I was going for 1.04, but settled for 1.044 because my roommate is coming today and I'd rather not fiddle with charts on Friday when many beers are being consumed. I probably could have waited though since 1.04 was easily ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Sep 2, 2010
No wireless on campus?

- sqrt(-1) replied Sep 1, 2010
Just moved back into my house at university -a new semester begins! Waiting right now on all my USD/MXN and USD/CAD shorts to hit TP, first target for CAD is 1.04. Haven't made any trades in the past week, just been watching these.

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 30, 2010
^Long term means more trades, which means a greater chance of losing trades. The law of large numbers shows us that as more trades are made, the accuracy of the user's winning trade percentage must become more accurate as well. So if a user is 99% ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 25, 2010
Amy I've been watching your trades over the past few weeks now. I like what you're doing. Keep it up!

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 25, 2010
Yes. It is the only way I trade. I've been shorting USD/CAD and USD/MXN as of late and we'll be seeing a drop within a week. LaTeCoMeR, have any USD/CAD shorts?

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 25, 2010
I agree, there won't be any "sideways" movement because you've eliminated the axis of time. Therefore, only up/down. But...what about 1.3? No time means no trend, or are you redefining time now as a duration between price levels? Time exists, it is ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 25, 2010
1. There is no time in the market, only price. Market charts are 2-dimensional (price vs time) which display continuity. But, for your philosophical rendition, let's assume there exists only price. One-dimensionality merely limits the information ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 25, 2010
image Of course this is not true because we define x=0 and you can't divide by zero in the 2nd to 3rd step. Most don't see this. I use a trailing/martingale-type system of trading. Proper money management enables me to buy every 100 pips a trade ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 24, 2010
Yup, average price at ~1.0500, just waiting for the drop. Also shorted some USD/MXN at avg price of 12.1927. Just some "bad luck" for the CAD, there will be a correction soon. I hope, haha.

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 19, 2010
I'll see what tomorrow brings and reassess, I can't see past 1.06 right now though.

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 19, 2010
Rain day at work, so I finally get to trade when there is some movement in the charts. Long USD/CHF @ 1.0312 for TP @ 1.0344 Long GBP/CHF @ 1.6100 for TP @ 1.6154 I'm ready to load up on shorts -USD/CAD ran up like expected. Long term trade just ...

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 18, 2010
Yeah, works nice if you like making trades around close.

- sqrt(-1) replied Aug 18, 2010
My broker is Oanda and I don't ever take the swap into consideration when making traders....I find the cost is negligent in terms of the potential profits.