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Offline donnaforex

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DDMarkets
« on: December 12, 2016, 04:53:52 PM »
Created a new topic as there is a database issue with the old one.

Please welcome DDMarkets to the forum :)

(old topic for reference: http://donnaforex.com/index.php?topic=13925.0 )
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Re: DDMarkets
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2016, 05:07:06 PM »
Thank you Donna for the warm welcome.

I am representing Digital Derivatives Market (DDMARKETS). I was invited here by donnaforex as it was brought to my attention there is an existing topic on us. A brief note about ddmarkets, we have been providing extensive market research and trading signals since 2014. As opposed to the customary signals in today's markets we spend great efforts in providing the technical and/or fundamental strategy for every signal we issue. Once the strategy is provided the signal is issued via email. After the signal is issued every update we provide on open trades via email is documented along with a screenshot of the chart at the time of the update. The reason why we provide the strategy is to assist the trader with risk management process by determining the allocated funds for the trade and the ability to dismiss signals that may not align with the trader's perspective based on the trading experience of the trader.

Our signals are designed for both part-time and full-time traders. Our entries in the market are often initiated around the daily close rather than random hours throughout the day as often seen with intraday signals. This allows part-time traders to free their schedule around the daily close. There are times when signals may be initiated during the European and US session, however, if we expect an entry to be provided during those trading hours we notify our subscribers upfront on our intention to do so. As we use the daily / weekly / monthly charts the entry price is not as sensitive as intraday signals. All the trading signals and strategies since 2014 can be reviewed by all traders aside active trades that can only be accessed by our subscribers. We should highlight that some of our subscribers manage the signals based on their own trading experience and enter / exit the trade when they believe is appropriate. Such flexibility can only be achieved by signals rather than managed accounts. We do not use any EA's to derive our signals.

We are not expecting to succeed on every signal. Every trade has a stop loss order that is derived via technical analysis and may vary from trade to trade (crosses tend to have larger stops than the majors). We do not implement monstrous stops as we would like to have the ability to recover should the stop loss order is triggered by the market. We also control the number of open trades as drifting aimlessly in an open drawdown is the last scenario we would like to be in. We would rather accept the loss and focus on future trades. There will be months that we will outperform and there will be months we may underperform. The key is to contain the losses and ensure they can be recovered in future trades.

We are aware myfxbook is a popular tool here to verify one's track record. We see that our response to myfxbook was published in the prior topic. We are not managing accounts. The presentation of the signals along with screenshots of the charts are transparent and add to our credibility. Our performance can be accessed through our website and is open to all as mentioned earlier. We recently restructured our website to ensure its compatibility with mobile devices. You are welcome to review our signals and performance:

https://www.ddmarkets.com

We are not affiliated with any brokers, we are completely independent. If there are any questions that are relevant to our signals we will be happy to answer them in this topic.
« Last Edit: December 12, 2016, 05:15:57 PM by DDMARKETS »

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Market Update
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2016, 06:05:18 PM »
As we would like to be more active in the forum we will share what our subscribers are already aware of. Reports China seized an American underwater drone in international waters triggered the heavy USD selling we have recently witnessed and the safe-haven demand in gold. The US Department of Defense may relate to the event in the daily briefing. Should the tension between the 2 countries escalate we may witness a rather volatile market until the end of the year.  Should that be the case we will set our trades in the market in accordance. USDCNY broke into fresh highs as a result of the story.

Our performance is yet to be updated at the time of this writing but we closed our long EURNZD with a little over +200 pips. We were short USDJPY with the stop at the entry, however, the stop was triggered before the pair reversed lower. We are holding a single trade in the market at the time of this writing, which is in approximately +55 pips. Our setups for next week will be published over the weekend.

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USD Update
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2016, 06:46:10 PM »
This is another update we recently issued to all our subscribers and would like to share in the forum. A report has been issued on the Fed, suggesting a rate will hike only take from from June 2017 and that only 2 hikes will take place (rather than 3 based on the dots) if inflation overshoots. The report was the trigger for the recent USD selling in the Forex market. As our posts still require moderation you may see this update with a delay.

We were long EURJPY prior to the BOJ monetary policy and recently closed the trade with a fair profit of +70 pips (approx.). We are holding a single trade in the market. The progress and the strategy behind every signal can be reviewed through the performance page for the past 2 years. EURJPY strategy is still restricted to members only as our open trade is listed on the same page.

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EURUSD Update and Stocks Projections 2017
« Reply #4 on: December 28, 2016, 02:10:42 PM »
Euro Dollar was heavily sold in today's session due to end of month flows. As we near the end of the month (which also the end of the year) the volatility is likely to increase and may not be limited to USD pairs and crosses. We released our stocks forecast for 2017 to our subscribers. We will also be releasing our 2017 forecast for gold.