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DislikedSo far excellent job!
Do you use any stop loss?
DislikedTHank you!! not really needed, or in other words stop is whole account, it is something close to what you did turning 2k to 100k but a little different, i guess less risk perhaps.Ignored
DislikedIt seems to me price was rejected at 1.6302, bear direction has continued. but not fully confirmed until passing through the shorter time frame support levelsIgnored
DislikedThis is a funny thread, well played robot.
I know what you are doing and I have many complaints about how you are doing it but they disappear in the light of your ability to listen to yourself. Never loose that. Good jobIgnored
DislikedReally good job. I went thru your trades and it is apparent you really know what you're doing with the cable. It's not a flip coin play at all. Agree with bearish bias. Funny: last trade's target was missed (ask price) by a single pip before markets closed. Dukascopy closed ONE minute later with a drop to 6223 which would hit your target w/fixed tadawul spread. Very likely to be hit as markets open.
I'm watching youIgnored
Dislikedim multi trading all of this on a friends real account as well...Ignored
..just withdraw some $ as planned; the death trade will arrive sooner or later, then rinse & repeat with part of withdrawn cash. It's simple. If you can triple (doubling is not enough) the acc more frequently than blow the acc (in the long run), you'll win big time. Seems crazy but it IS definitely a kind of working money management. But you know all of that ;-)Ignored
DislikedRobot, care to try out the contest here - http://www.dukascopy.com/traderconte...ntestStandings
The reason I suggest this is not only can you make money while playing their game, but after looking at your trades, you may have a serious chance. I did a side by side in Feb and came ahead of their Trader of the Month so it's easily doable for you. The June contest is now available...just a thought.Ignored
Dislikedoh okay nice, i thought it was $3,380. your still doing good. I knew a guy who would try with $100,
once he turned $100 in to $8,000Ignored