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Re: Some signals on SignalStart i am following
« Reply #60 on: September 13, 2021, 02:02:17 PM »
While grids might not get fresh start as much as martingales. The later will get a margin call a lot faster and may happen over night.

Some grids may last for multiple years before blowing up while i have not seen any martingale that has survived more than 18 month. 6 months seems to be the average  ;)

My signals provider has been on signal start for 5 months. He should blow up soon. Statistically.
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Re: Some signals on SignalStart i am following
« Reply #61 on: September 14, 2021, 03:28:26 AM »
Thank you for that cheerful, statistical projection!   :)

Just as I am about to double my investment. But I may well revert to 1x risk for a little while after I do that. Currently running at 16% pm and 8% would still be acceptable.
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Re: Some signals on SignalStart i am following
« Reply #62 on: September 14, 2021, 05:25:50 AM »
GrowthSense FX

Another EURUSD only signal on my watch-list - trades steadily and very differently to My Signal.

But why has he withdrawn almost all his capital leaving just $11 in Balance after a mammoth multi-week struggle to close the latest trades?
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Re: Some signals on SignalStart i am following
« Reply #63 on: Today at 10:08:35 AM »
This is an aggressive martingale. Extremely risky.

If the market gets volatile at any point you will potentially margin call in a single day.

Yes, but a prudent one I think and does not blindly go marty. Today he soon accepted that the move had changed and so a large reversal trade to close out in profit. This is what gives me confidence in the signal. Seems to read the market well.
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Re: Some signals on SignalStart i am following
« Reply #64 on: Today at 12:43:23 PM »
This is an aggressive martingale. Extremely risky.

If the market gets volatile at any point you will potentially margin call in a single day.

Yes, but a prudent one I think and does not blindly go marty. Today he soon accepted that the move had changed and so a large reversal trade to close out in profit. This is what gives me confidence in the signal. Seems to read the market well.

I he knows how to read the market he wont go marty in the first place. Period. Both grid and martingales are for people who dont have a successful strategy to predict the next move.

 

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