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Title: Fidelitas
Post by: donnaforex on September 28, 2017, 07:42:24 PM
This signal service will be offered in the near future by our very own reinerh :)

Myfxbook link: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

Please leave any questions/comments, etc on this topic.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 28, 2017, 09:18:11 PM
thanks donna for getting the ball rolling.

some of you already might know what i been up to for some time = working towards becoming a signal provider.

i have been trading for well over 10 years now and the time has come to share some of my best systems via signal soon.

impulse will be the first since it has the longest history to date. what took me the longest is arriving at a good weight = risk distribution between pairs which i finally found.

its trading logic is outbreak similar to sfe covert etc and many others.

also have a boring eu trend trader slowly chugging along which at some point should be available as well.

in addition to impulse there will be about 3 to 4 other strategies.

none are grid or martingale and also no counter trend strategies, all go with and the dominant trend and yes myfxbook will always update fast.

also all trades are closed on fridays except trendtrader. so no surprises waking up on monday morning, i believe in save capital preserving trading.

note, trendtrader will not be FIFO compliant, all others will be good for USA traders.

also by the time i will officially become a vendor everything will be fully transparent verified.

nothing for sale yet please keep that in mind.

here is the link to the accounts, please feel free to follow them along.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

institutional flow will be the most exciting one to follow along. its truly a pip monster, the target on that one will be 1000% gains in short order. its just a personal challenge i took on,  but i know it might blow its a meager $260.00 account so no biggie. we shall see if i succeed while everybody watches its progress as it unfolds. to date it gained almost 1600 green pips.

down the road i will post a little more info regards strategies used and so on.

if i can help with any questions just post them.

as always happy trading and green pips to all :)

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dutchie on September 28, 2017, 09:32:38 PM
Really great to see that DF members are professional traders.
I'm not at that point, although I hope to get there once.
I'm not a fan of signal services (burned my ash to many time) with signals that where great until .....
Do hope that these signal service from reinerh will be better than most of the others.
Will certainly follow this.
Interesting and great results so far.

Keep up the good work reinerh
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 28, 2017, 09:48:10 PM
thanks dutchie, i will do my best.

one literally cant get burned here, reason is simple = all trades are closed by friday. so not being exposed to never ending and or increasing draw downs. this is key here. also no bad surprises with a huge gap at the open sunday.

also you can form your opinion already by following along without your own capital exposed, but of course no gains will hit your account either ;)

some signal providers can do that intentional, keep positions open forever just to lock in their subscribers, that i am not interested.

also no marti used, no grid style as well. the trend is your friend.

another key point i want mention is the monthly gain to dd ratio, it has twice the gains to dd, this alone is very hard to find and my personal cut of point is 30% dd. at which point any strategy of mine will be reevaluated.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on September 29, 2017, 12:55:17 AM
thanks dutchie, i will do my best.

one literally cant get burned here, reason is simple = all trades are closed by friday. so not being exposed to never ending and or increasing draw downs. this is key here. also no bad surprises with a huge gap at the open sunday.

also you can form your opinion already by following along without your own capital exposed, but of course no gains will hit your account either ;)

some signal providers can do that intentional, keep positions open forever just to lock in their subscribers, that i am not interested.

also no marti used, no grid style as well. the trend is your friend.

another key point i want mention is the monthly gain to dd ratio, it has twice the gains to dd, this alone is very hard to find and my personal cut of point is 30% dd. at which point any strategy of mine will be reevaluated.

Hello, reinerh.

Fidelitas, fidelitas! I have faith in your system too and have had so since you started posting it; the agonizing question is when?  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 29, 2017, 02:12:06 PM
humble,

i have choosen a different approach.

a lot of signals come on the scene showing great results, luring in lots of folks. soon thereafter they crash and burn, not all but a lot of them.

with mine i want potential clients to get comfortable beforehand, so when the time comes to subscribe there is no surprises and hopefuly already some built up some confidence.

at least thats my thought process.

so if anybody is interested please bookmark and follow along my accounts. here is the link,

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

but granted this approach is not beneficial financially for me since i already could publish my signals at the present time.

but i make my living with my fat accounts and signals will be my secondary income. this will be followed by mams and pamms also at some point.

so please be patient and follow along.

also new starting next week i will start trading a new account with a fixed 10% gain a month with dd less then 5% a month.

then sometime today i will post some weekly monthly stats, needless to say it was a very profitable month.

cheers and green pips to all ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on September 29, 2017, 03:42:14 PM
humble,

i have choosen a different approach.

a lot of signals come on the scene showing great results, luring in lots of folks. soon thereafter they crash and burn, not all but a lot of them.

with mine i want potential clients to get comfortable beforehand, so when the time comes to subscribe there is no surprises and hopefuly already some built up some confidence.

at least thats my thought process.

so if anybody is interested please bookmark and follow along my accounts. here is the link,

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

but granted this approach is not beneficial financially for me since i already could publish my signals at the present time.

but i make my living with my fat accounts and signals will be my secondary income. this will be followed by mams and pamms also at some point.

so please be patient and follow along.

also new starting next week i will start trading a new account with a fixed 10% gain a month with dd less then 5% a month.

then sometime today i will post some weekly monthly stats, needless to say it was a very profitable month.

cheers and green pips to all ;)

Hello, reinerh.

I would not have expected a different answer from you; I just wanted to voice a vote of confidence.

You are a star in the DonnaFx forum of whom all of us have come to trust in your great depth of knowledge of forex but more than this in your sincere personality which shines through each and every post. As important, I know that if there is a way for success to forex, it would be from your craft to come up with a strategy which gives us the highest return for the lowest risk.

Take your time my friend, I and I am sure many of us here, will applaud in your success. :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on September 29, 2017, 04:20:38 PM
Humble - You stated my thoughts very clearly, and probably more eloquently that I could have. I agree with all you said. Thanks.

Reinerh - I really appreciate your slow, cautious approach on the introduction of your signals. I'm sure it will pay off in the end to have done it this way.

Your systems look really great! I am especially impressed with your monthly profit/DD ratio.

Also very curious how your plan "with a fixed 10% gain a month with dd less then 5% a month" will work. Perhaps you could elaborate on it some.

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 29, 2017, 04:34:13 PM
humble,

thanks very much for your kind words, very much appreciated :)

i promise i will do my best to keep making green pips.

so its the end of the month, here some highlights from this months results :

the impulse master really did well having gained 55% this month alone, its almost too good to be true considering its low dd of 30%. especially since it has averaged 70% gains a month since start. this gain to dd ratio is next to impossible to find anywhere.

whats also doing exceptionally well is institutional flow having gained 82% this month with a ultralow dd of 8%
this account i run nuclear = high leverage considering its size $250 balance and my goal is to bring that to 1000% total gains. it will be a fun ride or bust, hope for the earlier :)

its non marti, no grid, no counter, it goes with the trend as are all of my strategies.

the trend is your friend as we all should have learned by now.

please also watch my new fixed 10% gains a month account starting next week.

so have a nice weekend everybody................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 29, 2017, 04:48:07 PM
Humble - You stated my thoughts very clearly, and probably more eloquently that I could have. I agree with all you said. Thanks.

Reinerh - I really appreciate your slow, cautious approach on the introduction of your signals. I'm sure it will pay off in the end to have done it this way.

Your systems look really great! I am especially impressed with your monthly profit/DD ratio.

Also very curious how your plan "with a fixed 10% gain a month with dd less then 5% a month" will work. Perhaps you could elaborate on it some.

Cheers,
Rod

hi rod,

thanks for the good vibes..............

the 10% gain account was born out of people calling me insane for being too profitable, that is fine with me btw, because i do know that these are the folks who were burnt in the past by either flashy ferrari showing sales pages and or showing hot babes all over ;)
 
even me myself fell victim to some of these clowns. like dayfox was one of them which cost me dearly.

so the 10% account will run with a fixed target in mind, that being 10% monthly.

the dd i expect to be below 5%

the underlying strategy will be institutional flow with a very mild set file.

i hope this explains it well enough for you.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on September 29, 2017, 08:30:24 PM
Great to see Reinerh! I'll be following along as I think most posters here should. Members will be missing out if they don't at least taker a look as your project progresses.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on September 30, 2017, 12:58:52 AM
Good stuff reinerh. I feel you are dialed in, and will at least be transparent, and call it for what it is, so even if it catches some trouble times (as we all do), you will handle it professionally. That is important to many of us.

Can you let me know where the signal will be for sale? eg, which platform?
and
How much will it cost?

Thanks, and best of luck with this. I will most likely subscribe, (maybe depending on the above questions) so consider me an early adopter ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 30, 2017, 01:52:14 AM
Good stuff reinerh. I feel you are dialed in, and will at least be transparent, and call it for what it is, so even if it catches some trouble times (as we all do), you will handle it professionally. That is important to many of us.

Can you let me know where the signal will be for sale? eg, which platform?
and
How much will it cost?

Thanks, and best of luck with this. I will most likely subscribe, (maybe depending on the above questions) so consider me an early adopter ;)

hi jwatts,

so far i simply dont know yet = where it will be published, still researching my options.

cost will most likely be on the upper edge as to the industry standard. i might start out lower but my main goal will be to appeal to the savy investor.

any more questions please fire away.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on September 30, 2017, 02:16:24 AM
I echo all of the other posters' comments; I trust your work and your integrity, and am really looking forward to jumping onboard with this signal - just posted some queries/comments on the other forum (I'm "withnail" over there  :) )
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 30, 2017, 03:49:08 AM
I echo all of the other posters' comments; I trust your work and your integrity, and am really looking forward to jumping onboard with this signal - just posted some queries/comments on the other forum (I'm "withnail" over there  :) )

already answered over there a moment ago.

thx for your interest !
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: brusch on September 30, 2017, 02:55:04 PM
Hi reinerh,

Even if I'm not often present at DF, I have been here and shared many experiences with members.
Among them, you are one that I appreciated a lot.

I discovered your signal projects and think that you are on the way to make a big success with what you have presented here.

The figures you are showing are really exceptional, such high returns with very low dd, avoiding most of the flaws we all know, and experimented(!), like martis , grids , over-optimised eas and I will forget others now ...

I am (and perhaps we are) still hoping to meet the very talented guy, with the good attitude, and patiently built experience, are you the one ?

Even if we are really attracted by mind boggling figures, important points to remind are :

- a signal need to be scalable to the various risks appetites and able to cope with execution contingencies,here with the pips count, expected pips/trade ( all institutional, impulse low dd fifo) we are on a very good basis
- no trades left open for long time and for hold and pray ( w-end close for institutional  and impulse)
- I repeat what others and myself said:  monthly gains/ max dd  ratios are simply the best possible

You have a very good attitude to present your works here but don't forget to put all chances at your  side,making your myfxbook results verified as soon as possible even if I absolutely don't suspect any trick from you.
I know by experience that doing this verif process could be a bit painfull ...

I wish you a great and merited success.

 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on September 30, 2017, 03:34:32 PM
Hi reinerh,

Even if I'm not often present at DF, I have been here and shared many experiences with members.
Among them, you are one that I appreciated a lot.

I discovered your signal projects and think that you are on the way to make a big success with what you have presented here.

The figures you are showing are really exceptional, such high returns with very low dd, avoiding most of the flaws we all know, and experimented(!), like martis , grids , over-optimised eas and I will forget others now ...

I am (and perhaps we are) still hoping to meet the very talented guy, with the good attitude, and patiently built experience, are you the one ?

Even if we are really attracted by mind boggling figures, important points to remind are :

- a signal need to be scalable to the various risks appetites and able to cope with execution contingencies,here with the pips count, expected pips/trade ( all institutional, impulse low dd fifo) we are on a very good basis
- no trades left open for long time and for hold and pray ( w-end close for institutional  and impulse)
- I repeat what others and myself said:  monthly gains/ max dd  ratios are simply the best possible

You have a very good attitude to present your works here but don't forget to put all chances at your  side,making your myfxbook results verified as soon as possible even if I absolutely don't suspect any trick from you.
I know by experience that doing this verif process could be a bit painfull ...

I wish you a great and merited success.

hi brusch,

thanks for your kind words ;)

yes i know about scalability since i been a subscriber to various signals in the past myself.

when a provider runs a large balance then the lot sizing on small accounts simply does not work. the lot sizing must be matching proportionally or a small account will only loose.
also, partial closures would never work if the slave is too small.

mine dont do partial closures and as i said i keep balance low for that reason = so that subscribers can easily run small to large accounts and will be as profitable as my slave masters.

also lots of providers cheat with partial closures, inflating their pip count, vs what it is in reality.

and yes i will verify my accounts in due time, i have nothing to hide. also myfxbooks will always update fast, but i am still experimenting with the settings what to show or not.
with my current settings as of yesterday all is hidden pretty much.

just dont want any freeloaders entering my trades from myfxbook.

and trust me i still have a boatload of work ahead, regards pricing, where to publish, and what to show on myfxbook, its sure not easy to satisfy everybody.

with simpletrader for example i do know the slave ea shows my master trades, that i consider utmost important since a subscriber needs to know if all trades match.

also in regards myfxbook i definetely want to update fast as to not hide the true running dd which so many providers do to hide their real dd.

that alone required 2 vps to have all my accounts connected. currently i have 10 vps running but hope to cut a little back soon.

i simply always believed in transparancy but at the same time i have to protect my strategies, and also look out a bit for myself while making profits for others.

below i received ranking info from simpletrader, this will put mine at first place right from the get go.

Thank you for your email.

Below is the formula used to calculate the ranking as shown in this forum thread: https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/site-copier-discussion/606-simpletrader-marketplace-ranking

Growth * ( Growth / Max DD ) / ( Max DD * Standard Deviation * Worst end of day drawdown )

Let us know if you have any questions.

Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 02, 2017, 12:04:42 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: reinerh on October 02, 2017, 01:28:23 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yes humble, getting ready..............
 
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.

was shooting for early 18 anyway and i guess thats what it will be now and not earlier.
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 02, 2017, 01:35:01 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yes humble, getting ready..............
 
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.

was shooting for early 18 anyway and i guess thats what it will be now and not earlier.

I had noticed the custom date and would normally make it an issue, especially if it is not "Track Record Verified
Trading Privileges Verified", but I thought this was something you would take care as you got ready; I guess you are now getting ready. Live and learn, live and learn, my friend; that is what is so wonderful about life.

Let me know when I can tap into your signal.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 02, 2017, 01:45:15 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yes humble, getting ready..............
 
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.

was shooting for early 18 anyway and i guess thats what it will be now and not earlier.

I had noticed the custom date and would normally make it an issue, especially if it is not "Track Record Verified
Trading Privileges Verified", but I thought this was something you would take care as you got ready; I guess you are now getting ready. Live and learn, live and learn, my friend; that is what is so wonderful about life.

Let me know when I can tap into your signal.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader

On second thought, I looked at the custom analysis of your myfxbook account and you started it Jan.30/17. Even with this modified Monthly: 32.23%, Drawdown: 29.36%, the account still looks awesome. I would move ahead and just make a note as to the start date of Impulse. Those of us who know how to read the data will understand.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: reinerh on October 02, 2017, 01:59:18 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yes humble, getting ready..............
 
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.

was shooting for early 18 anyway and i guess thats what it will be now and not earlier.

I had noticed the custom date and would normally make it an issue, especially if it is not "Track Record Verified
Trading Privileges Verified", but I thought this was something you would take care as you got ready; I guess you are now getting ready. Live and learn, live and learn, my friend; that is what is so wonderful about life.

Let me know when I can tap into your signal.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader


oh yeah i will take care of that issue at some point :)

the longest running account was also to quite a degree experimental, used it to arrive at a good mixture regards pairs.

the fxpig slave i intended to become a master and i feel strongly i can maintain the gain to dd ratio going forward.

but as you see opening up all history then it does not look to good anymore. since i ran all sorts of crapp early on.

all other slaves are virgin accounts, with no experimental strategies running on.

except the tiny institutional account that one is a big time experiment personal challenge.

so will stay the course, slow and steady...................
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 02, 2017, 02:12:56 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

My compliments on the "Fidelitas" shield, looks impressive and telling about your strategy, "preserve and protect" one's investments while moving forward. Great vision!  8)

Which tells me someone is getting ready to jump into the marketing "Frey". Best of luck!  :)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yes humble, getting ready..............
 
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.

was shooting for early 18 anyway and i guess thats what it will be now and not earlier.

I had noticed the custom date and would normally make it an issue, especially if it is not "Track Record Verified
Trading Privileges Verified", but I thought this was something you would take care as you got ready; I guess you are now getting ready. Live and learn, live and learn, my friend; that is what is so wonderful about life.

Let me know when I can tap into your signal.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader


oh yeah i will take care of that issue at some point :)

the longest running account was also to quite a degree experimental, used it to arrive at a good mixture regards pairs.

the fxpig slave i intended to become a master and i feel strongly i can maintain the gain to dd ratio going forward.

but as you see opening up all history then it does not look to good anymore. since i ran all sorts of crapp early on.

all other slaves are virgin accounts, with no experimental strategies running on.

except the tiny institutional account that one is a big time experiment personal challenge.

so will stay the course, slow and steady...................

We are so much alike: For six months I have been trying to get myfxbook account ready for publication as well; I have gone through 5 accounts; each time, a small quirk like a misplaced decimal place on my slave copier and back to the start again on a new account.

It will all work out in the end. Like you say, slow and steady.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: SteveCot on October 02, 2017, 11:41:46 AM
Hi, reinerh :-)

Looking forward to your system!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 05:37:54 PM
thanks for the good vibes..............

the 10% gain account was born out of people calling me insane for being too profitable, that is fine with me btw, because i do know that these are the folks who were burnt in the past by either flashy ferrari showing sales pages and or showing hot babes all over ;)
 
even me myself fell victim to some of these clowns. like dayfox was one of them which cost me dearly.

so the 10% account will run with a fixed target in mind, that being 10% monthly.

the dd i expect to be below 5%

the underlying strategy will be institutional flow with a very mild set file.

i hope this explains it well enough for you.
Wow!  Dayfox brings back bad memories.  I don't want to think about that nightmare!  :-)   So far, your strategies look very, very good.  I'm trying to be patient.  My Forex trading is going well and growing, but the profit to drawdown ratio on your strategies is simply superb!  I'm looking forward to being able to try them out. 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 05:46:46 PM
also in regards myfxbook i definetely want to update fast as to not hide the true running dd which so many providers do to hide their real dd.
Amen brother!  That's a big one that has always been very upsetting to me.  When I figure out a signal provider is doing that, which is easy to see when you are a subscriber.
 
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 05:57:39 PM
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.
That's a bummer.  Years ago, I was burned by that too.  I used a custom start date instead of going through the trouble of opening a new account only to find out after building over 6 months of great history that the entire history is critical in a signal service.  :-(
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: reinerh on October 02, 2017, 06:44:52 PM
i just found out i made a booboo, my fxpig slave was an experimental account before i started running impulse on it. i adjusted custom start date = the day i started impulse.

but for a signal all history is relevant from day 1 on the account.

so live and learn....................and now i will start a few more new accounts.
That's a bummer.  Years ago, I was burned by that too.  I used a custom start date instead of going through the trouble of opening a new account only to find out after building over 6 months of great history that the entire history is critical in a signal service.  :-(

yeah i am really really pissed, mostly at myself that i did not clear this up beforehand. nothing i can do now, this account will go bye bye soon, gotta start new ones.

will start several this week, and that will still get me ready for early next year which was my target anyway.

was hoping to go live with the fxpig one sooner, but oh well.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 02, 2017, 06:56:42 PM
thanks for the good vibes..............

the 10% gain account was born out of people calling me insane for being too profitable, that is fine with me btw, because i do know that these are the folks who were burnt in the past by either flashy ferrari showing sales pages and or showing hot babes all over ;)
 
even me myself fell victim to some of these clowns. like dayfox was one of them which cost me dearly.

so the 10% account will run with a fixed target in mind, that being 10% monthly.

the dd i expect to be below 5%

the underlying strategy will be institutional flow with a very mild set file.

i hope this explains it well enough for you.
Wow!  Dayfox brings back bad memories.  I don't want to think about that nightmare!  :-)   So far, your strategies look very, very good.  I'm trying to be patient.  My Forex trading is going well and growing, but the profit to drawdown ratio on your strategies is simply superb!  I'm looking forward to being able to try them out.


yes the profit to dd ratio is almost unheard of, and i have quite the confidence i can maintain that.

when you look at fxviper profit to dd ratio, i got him beat hands down ;)

but only time will tell since mr market could throw a curve ball to me as well.

in the meantime people will have plenty of time to follow me along till i go live with my signals.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 07:13:28 PM
yes the profit to dd ratio is almost unheard of, and i have quite the confidence i can maintain that.

when you look at fxviper profit to dd ratio, i got him beat hands down ;)

but only time will tell since mr market could throw a curve ball to me as well.

in the meantime people will have plenty of time to follow me along till i go live with my signals.
Yeah, I started with viper right from the beginning, but stopped when he withdrew from Simpletrader.  I was not real happy with his trading style as it seemed risk was so high compared to profit.  He was good at trading out of jams, but some of those jams were very scary and in some cases it seemed he was lucky.  Also, I did not want to join his pamm.  I've been in pamm's before but do not like the out of control feeling and the pain of getting money in and out, etc.  Signal service is the only way to go for me, if I am to use one.  But, I have not used a signal service since Viper dropped Simpletrader.  Your signals will be my first since that time. 
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 07:17:09 PM
yeah i am really really pissed, mostly at myself that i did not clear this up beforehand. nothing i can do now, this account will go bye bye soon, gotta start new ones.
Well please leave it available for people to see though.  Even though it may not be able to be used for signal service purposes, it is still a good reference.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 02, 2017, 08:10:30 PM
yes the profit to dd ratio is almost unheard of, and i have quite the confidence i can maintain that.

when you look at fxviper profit to dd ratio, i got him beat hands down ;)

but only time will tell since mr market could throw a curve ball to me as well.

in the meantime people will have plenty of time to follow me along till i go live with my signals.
Yeah, I started with viper right from the beginning, but stopped when he withdrew from Simpletrader.  I was not real happy with his trading style as it seemed risk was so high compared to profit.  He was good at trading out of jams, but some of those jams were very scary and in some cases it seemed he was lucky.  Also, I did not want to join his pamm.  I've been in pamm's before but do not like the out of control feeling and the pain of getting money in and out, etc.  Signal service is the only way to go for me, if I am to use one.  But, I have not used a signal service since Viper dropped Simpletrader.  Your signals will be my first since that time.

viper is a damm good trader, but i hated his style myself. asad reborn followed in his footsteps and blew a 2 million pamm, he was obviously not up to the task.

plus viper was mentored by german/trusted, he is a true master in his craft one of the best traders i have ever run across. so with viper one can have confidence, but expect to be in very prolonged dd periods.

all my stuff is closed before weekend, except eurotrader.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 08:24:18 PM
viper is a damm good trader, but i hated his style myself.
Yes, I agree there is no doubt viper is a very good trader.  And I didn't mean to imply he is not. I did have confidence with him as a trader.  I just wasn't very pleased with the style.  And there were a few very close calls over the years, and one especially where I thought "Wow! What if it had gone the other way?" 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on October 02, 2017, 08:26:42 PM
asad reborn followed in his footsteps and blew a 2 million pamm, he was obviously not up to the task.
I was in the Reborn signal service for a month or two, but was not comfortable with it or with the trader's comments.  So, glad I steered clear.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on October 03, 2017, 01:45:50 AM
Hi reinerh. Thanks for your answers. I have a couple of more questions (since you invited them ;)

1) Is this your own proprietary strats? Or are some of the strategies in there also commercial stuff like what is discussed here on the forum? Or a mix of both?

2) Is it full algo? Or mixed of manual and algo?

3) will you put a hard stop yourself on the accounts, or leave that to the investors to calc out based on your best efforts essentially?

Was also going to ask what service it will list on, but it sounds like you aren't looking to deeply until the new year.  THX!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 03, 2017, 02:30:13 AM
Hi reinerh. Thanks for your answers. I have a couple of more questions (since you invited them ;)

1) Is this your own proprietary strats? Or are some of the strategies in there also commercial stuff like what is discussed here on the forum? Or a mix of both?

2) Is it full algo? Or mixed of manual and algo?

3) will you put a hard stop yourself on the accounts, or leave that to the investors to calc out based on your best efforts essentially?

Was also going to ask what service it will list on, but it sounds like you aren't looking to deeply until the new year.  THX!

i ran a few harmonics trades, rest is my stuff.

but i feel like its my responsibility to make green pips, then my subscribers will benefit as well. so i might run a few commercial ea trades here and there.

when one strategy falls of kinda replace it with another. so nothing will really be fixed, except to target and dd numbers which i will try to keep consistent.

2, i am working on quite a number of different master accounts, some auto, one manual newstrading, but all will be overseen by me = none are strictly auto.

all will have slightly different risk profiles.

3, most all trades have a fixed sl value, some are not posted but have a hidden sl.

have not a clue yet where i will go, simpletrader for now is what i am aiming for.

eurotrader i might list on myfxbook, but nothing is decided yet. still plenty o time till next year.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Anchorpoint on October 03, 2017, 06:16:55 AM
Hi reinerh. Thanks for your answers. I have a couple of more questions (since you invited them ;)

1) Is this your own proprietary strats? Or are some of the strategies in there also commercial stuff like what is discussed here on the forum? Or a mix of both?

2) Is it full algo? Or mixed of manual and algo?

3) will you put a hard stop yourself on the accounts, or leave that to the investors to calc out based on your best efforts essentially?

Was also going to ask what service it will list on, but it sounds like you aren't looking to deeply until the new year.  THX!

i ran a few harmonics trades, rest is my stuff.

but i feel like its my responsibility to make green pips, then my subscribers will benefit as well. so i might run a few commercial ea trades here and there.

when one strategy falls of kinda replace it with another. so nothing will really be fixed, except to target and dd numbers which i will try to keep consistent.

2, i am working on quite a number of different master accounts, some auto, one manual newstrading, but all will be overseen by me = none are strictly auto.

all will have slightly different risk profiles.

3, most all trades have a fixed sl value, some are not posted but have a hidden sl.

have not a clue yet where i will go, simpletrader for now is what i am aiming for.

eurotrader i might list on myfxbook, but nothing is decided yet. still plenty o time till next year.

Please be aware of that there is a very different mindset managing your own money versus other peoples  money. This can be challenging during DD periods when investors start moaning and you might feel pressure to alter the strategy etc. Especially if you are trading manually. So the more automated the better in my view.

Anyways your strategy looks promising and I will keep following your thread with great interest.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 03, 2017, 11:05:06 AM
Hi reinerh. Thanks for your answers. I have a couple of more questions (since you invited them ;)

1) Is this your own proprietary strats? Or are some of the strategies in there also commercial stuff like what is discussed here on the forum? Or a mix of both?

2) Is it full algo? Or mixed of manual and algo?

3) will you put a hard stop yourself on the accounts, or leave that to the investors to calc out based on your best efforts essentially?

Was also going to ask what service it will list on, but it sounds like you aren't looking to deeply until the new year.  THX!

i ran a few harmonics trades, rest is my stuff.

but i feel like its my responsibility to make green pips, then my subscribers will benefit as well. so i might run a few commercial ea trades here and there.

when one strategy falls of kinda replace it with another. so nothing will really be fixed, except to target and dd numbers which i will try to keep consistent.

2, i am working on quite a number of different master accounts, some auto, one manual newstrading, but all will be overseen by me = none are strictly auto.

all will have slightly different risk profiles.

3, most all trades have a fixed sl value, some are not posted but have a hidden sl.

have not a clue yet where i will go, simpletrader for now is what i am aiming for.

eurotrader i might list on myfxbook, but nothing is decided yet. still plenty o time till next year.

Please be aware of that there is a very different mindset managing your own money versus other peoples  money. This can be challenging during DD periods when investors start moaning and you might feel pressure to alter the strategy etc. Especially if you are trading manually. So the more automated the better in my view.

Anyways your strategy looks promising and I will keep following your thread with great interest.

yes anchor, i am very well aware of dd periods and possibly getting fire.
this is a bridge i have yet to cross..............and something i simply will have to deal with.

but my strategies wont get changed till i consider any one of them failed. i know what makes them tick and i will stay my course.
and to be honest i have hopes  with them not being totally automatic/mechanical they might have a better chance of not getting targeted.

there will be one strategy starting this week which will be strictly manual, all others are mixed.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: stefdek on October 06, 2017, 09:45:15 AM
Hi Reinerh ,

very keen you jump-in this project. Why not FxPig ? Kevin Mucko and team are very helpful . They do have
pamm features ...some with years created and doing great for steady growth ...some others choppy too.

Take care .

Stephan
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 06, 2017, 11:33:03 AM
Hi Reinerh ,

very keen you jump-in this project. Why not FxPig ? Kevin Mucko and team are very helpful . They do have
pamm features ...some with years created and doing great for steady growth ...some others choppy too.

Take care .

Stephan

nothing against fxpig, it was my fault since i did not start a virgin account before running impulse.

a signal provider account must show full history.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 06, 2017, 02:27:57 PM

update for the week :

what a weird week it was.

manual newstrading, small loss.

impulse also minor loss.

and even institutional flow had a sl this week.

cant win them all, new week starting soon, but i think i should post on a monthly schedule = results.
those are much more meaningfull since with trading its long term what counts and not how much one makes in one day/week.

like the newstrading which is strictly manuall will have many many small losses, followed by bigger gains when it has a good move. so that account will take time to look decent.

so hope you all did better then me this week.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 06, 2017, 11:25:36 PM

update for the week :

what a weird week it was.

manual newstrading, small loss.

impulse also minor loss.

and even institutional flow had a sl this week.

cant win them all, new week starting soon, but i think i should post on a monthly schedule = results.
those are much more meaningfull since with trading its long term what counts and not how much one makes in one day/week.

like the newstrading which is strictly manuall will have many many small losses, followed by bigger gains when it has a good move. so that account will take time to look decent.

so hope you all did better then me this week.

Break out the champagne; my account is up an "incredible", hold your breath, an incredible .13%  !!!

Reinerh, time to celebrate over turkey dinner. :D

Have a great weekend, all.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 07, 2017, 12:35:22 AM
humble,

you got me clearly beat, yupp dinner is on you this week.

only small losses, but still not all to happy.

for next week i rearranged things a bit and i hope it will be a green week.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 09, 2017, 05:40:23 PM

update for the week :

what a weird week it was.

manual newstrading, small loss.

impulse also minor loss.

and even institutional flow had a sl this week.

cant win them all, new week starting soon, but i think i should post on a monthly schedule = results.
those are much more meaningfull since with trading its long term what counts and not how much one makes in one day/week.

like the newstrading which is strictly manuall will have many many small losses, followed by bigger gains when it has a good move. so that account will take time to look decent.

so hope you all did better then me this week.

Break out the champagne; my account is up an "incredible", hold your breath, an incredible .13%  !!!

Reinerh, time to celebrate over turkey dinner. :D

Have a great weekend, all.

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Hello, Reinerh.

I meant to ask you when you have your bots commence trading after the weekend; after suffering a loss this early morning, the question is more relevant:

I know you have mentioned that you close trades on Fridays to avoid news and gaps over the weekend but when do you get "the engines" started again? I find that with many bots, they use historical data to make decisions and if they open up too early, they simply react to "old" data. I have found that at least 1 hour after London open to be most appropriate, what is your take on this?  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 09, 2017, 06:00:29 PM

hmm, my bots did not get a sunday open loss that i can see.............

impulse uses break outs, so there was none today. the other strategy goes by flow and has yet to open.

but generally speaking london is best to trade for any strategy, also overlapp ld to ny.

but it all depends on what bot, or strategy used.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 13, 2017, 03:53:59 PM
update for the week :

again a weird week, actually the markets been crappy for like 3 weeks now.

we had now at least 4 major central bank news, yet zero reaction in the markets. ranges close to nothing, its like the market is totally asleep.
for being fall this is simply unheard of, i never seen this in my well over 10 years trading.

and to have no reaction to central bank news is simply mind boggeling to me.

so manual newstrading, minor loss.

impulse also minor loss.

and institutional gained like 50 pips, hooray not a loss at least ;)

the slaves which will become signal masters got spared as can be seen in myfxbook. thats thanks to me intervening since i also manually trade.

new week starting soon with quite a number of releases, sure hope the market will finally kick into gear here soon.

also made an odd observation this week. my accounts are set to update in 5 min intervalls, yet sometimes the ea has published yet its not being reflected on myfxbook.
so their site must be overloaded at times or something. its not on my end thats for sure, i tripple checked.
this will affect other signal providers as well i would think.

so again i hope you all did better then me this week.

cheers and green pips to all.........................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 13, 2017, 06:26:33 PM
update for the week :

again a weird week, actually the markets been crappy for like 3 weeks now.

we had now at least 4 major central bank news, yet zero reaction in the markets. ranges close to nothing, its like the market is totally asleep.
for being fall this is simply unheard of, i never seen this in my well over 10 years trading.

and to have no reaction to central bank news is simply mind boggeling to me.

so manual newstrading, minor loss.

impulse also minor loss.

and institutional gained like 50 pips, hooray not a loss at least ;)

the slaves which will become signal masters got spared as can be seen in myfxbook. thats thanks to me intervening since i also manually trade.

new week starting soon with quite a number of releases, sure hope the market will finally kick into gear here soon.

also made an odd observation this week. my accounts are set to update in 5 min intervalls, yet sometimes the ea has published yet its not being reflected on myfxbook.
so their site must be overloaded at times or something. its not on my end thats for sure, i tripple checked.
this will affect other signal providers as well i would think.

so again i hope you all did better then me this week.

cheers and green pips to all.........................

The refresh of the myfxbook accounts have always been a problem no mater what time frame you choose: Going in and relogin in through their ea, usually causes an update but you don't want to sit there and do a manual refresh each time.

Just be patient,  I guess, eventually, it usually updates by itself.

Have a good weekend and looking forward to sign in up to your amazing signal FEDELITAS!

Regards, HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 21, 2017, 02:56:18 PM
weekly update :

yawn, what a sick market, for 4 weeks now no good moves.............only bad ones which that goodness did not lead to much lost.

next week we have ecb, maybe that will shake things up if mr dragi changes his tune,

myfxbook continues to have major issues, wed evening they were offline for at least 4 hours straight.

anybody using their offline mt4 alerts beware, its simply not working anymore. i have since gone back to my old trusty alert ea.

sure hope to have some gains to report soon.

on a good note, i am getting closer testing a new approach to my moneyflow strategy. its initial test is almost to good to be true, only time will tell of course but i am very excited about how its been going so far.
​​​​​​​
should run a demo with that strategy soon if it pans out.

green pips to all of you ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 21, 2017, 04:02:42 PM
weekly update :

yawn, what a sick market, for 4 weeks now no good moves.............only bad ones which that goodness did not lead to much lost.

next week we have ecb, maybe that will shake things up if mr dragi changes his tune,

myfxbook continues to have major issues, wed evening they were offline for at least 4 hours straight.

anybody using their offline mt4 alerts beware, its simply not working anymore. i have since gone back to my old trusty alert ea.

sure hope to have some gains to report soon.

on a good note, i am getting closer testing a new approach to my moneyflow strategy. its initial test is almost to good to be true, only time will tell of course but i am very excited about how its been going so far.
​​​​​​​
should run a demo with that strategy soon if it pans out.

green pips to all of you ;)

Thanks for the update, Reinerh.

May I add the uncertainty in the EUR, over Rajoy's moves to take over Catalania, might cause some major turbulence and much uncertainty this week.

Something to watch with your moneyflow strategy and the others.  ???

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Title: Re: Fidelitas- Impulse
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 26, 2017, 03:23:35 PM
Just had a few small positive "test trades" from Reinerh's Impulse trading system... all positive.

Thanks, Reinerh; looking forward to more green pips come next week.  ;)


Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- Impulse
Post by: reinerh on October 26, 2017, 05:25:25 PM
Just had a few small positive "test trades" from Reinerh's Impulse trading system... all positive.

Thanks, Reinerh; looking forward to more green pips come next week.  ;)


Regards,
HumbleTrader

yupp me too hope that next week be good again.

today was not much, but this weeks g move raked it in ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 27, 2017, 11:25:32 PM
update for this week :

first the big exciting news, finally the wait is over, one signal is online as of this week. and its fully verified of course ;) and the first piphungry customers have already subscribed.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas/fx-pig-impulse-slave-start/2182459

since i was asked too many times to get crackin, i finally did get it going and have already several subscribers joining me in the journey making green pips together.

here is the link to subscribe,    http://www.signalstart.com/analysis/impulse/26661

and also soon https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/360122

now to the lastest maket moves,
we finally had a decent week, actually a darn great week with lots of profits across all my live accounts.
 
the g move was great for impulse,
eu move as well for trendtrader, but not so much for impulse.

and manual news trading hit it good this week as well, but i am mad at myself that i could not trade the g news manually.

so impulse did really well this week with the master gaining 23% this week alone and having now reached 961% in total gains, so it will be crossing 1000% soon.

the impulse slave signal master did less since its run much saver. it still did very well this week also.

then institutional flow also did great gaining 438 green pips for this week alone.

so impulse is the best so far in terms of dd to gain ratio and i work very hard to keep it that way.
i have since listed it on signalstart and on simpletrader it will be listed very soon as well its just a bit more lenghty process to set up, but i am working on it.

also on a really exciting level i need to mention that a variant of institutional flow strategy has reached 3000 pips in profit this week alone, yes just in this one week. i thought i was hallucinating when i seen the results. but this particular strategy still needs work in terms of sl and exit.

so trend trader will be a boring signal once i will go live with it, but for the long term investor this will be a sleep best strategy once its established = still needs more time/history to look really exciting.

so please keep following along and or if you would like to make profits along with me join my signal.

also at a later date i will also offer pamms since not everybody seems comfortable running signals.

and i will update here as soon as my simpletrader account is set up.

so as always green pips to everybody ;)

oh btw, next week will be a wild one, fomc, the uk, and nfp, keep fingers crossed for another good week
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on October 29, 2017, 04:07:02 PM
Ooh! I wish I'd have realized you were going to put up an mql signal. Far prefer it over signal start. In any case, looking forward to munching pips with you. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 29, 2017, 08:25:04 PM
Ooh! I wish I'd have realized you were going to put up an mql signal. Far prefer it over signal start. In any case, looking forward to munching pips with you. :)

thanks much for the vote of confidence canadian, very much appreciated and i am looking forward making you lots of green pips ;)

actually quite a bit more then sfe does. at same dd, impulse is much more profitable then sfe ever will be.

oh it will also be on simpletrader soon btw, and those guys are my favorite by far, top notch outfit.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on October 29, 2017, 08:29:31 PM
I've never tried simple trader because to be totally honest, I don't typically sub to signals. Yours will actually be the 3rd ever in my decade plus of FX trading, one of which is a manual service that I'm still trialling and playing with. So, there's that vote of confidence. :D

Thanks for getting this up and running man. I'm super excited to see how it goes over the next few months!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 29, 2017, 09:15:10 PM
I've never tried simple trader because to be totally honest, I don't typically sub to signals. Yours will actually be the 3rd ever in my decade plus of FX trading, one of which is a manual service that I'm still trialling and playing with. So, there's that vote of confidence. :D

Thanks for getting this up and running man. I'm super excited to see how it goes over the next few months!

it should go rather well since impulse the signal has since morphed into a hybrid strategy.

more to come with the next weekly update.

only eurotrend will and stay strictly ea traded by one strategy.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 29, 2017, 10:43:06 PM

for those who have subscribed to my signal please check that the lot sizing is copied appropriately to my slave account = the one you are linked to.

so look at my lot size and then calculate it out to your equity that everything is copied correctly.

and do not run above multiplier 1.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 31, 2017, 12:46:13 AM
ok, finally my signal is up on simpletrader as well.

lots of people asked me to list on simple, and finally its done ;)

its also has the clearest strategy description i have done to date.
 
please see,

https://www.simpletrader.net/signal/8694/Impulse.html

so a big thanks to all current subscribers, and lets hope we rake in lots of green pips together this week and the years to come.

attachment is the longest running impulse account, and it needs to be mentioned that the signal is run well below half the risk.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on October 31, 2017, 11:21:14 AM
Amazing launch of signal, all people connected it should of rain'd pips today

I had a mini heart attack when i logged in this am, nothing to do with your trades themselves, but i logged into 8 trades open at the same time (again fine 25 is upper end)

The mini heart attack on loggin in was due to the fact, ive followed alot of signals over years now,

logging into mt4 and seeing 8 trades from one provider, would usually mean one thing, "poo hitting the fan, lots of averaging in) in a nutshell a bad day,

instead, 8 trades placed perfectly, all just cashed out, about 2% i think,

Well done, again ill repeat, excellent launch,

if you keep this trade quality up, ill be in the Bahamas by christmas lol

well done you, happy client here

8 trades, no partials, +320 pips today
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 31, 2017, 11:45:24 AM
Amazing launch of signal, all people connected it should of rain'd pips today

I had a mini heart attack when i logged in this am, nothing to do with your trades themselves, but i logged into 8 trades open at the same time (again fine 25 is upper end)

The mini heart attack on loggin in was due to the fact, ive followed alot of signals over years now,

logging into mt4 and seeing 8 trades from one provider, would usually mean one thing, "poo hitting the fan, lots of averaging in) in a nutshell a bad day,

instead, 8 trades placed perfectly, all just cashed out, about 2% i think,

Well done, again ill repeat, excellent launch,

if you keep this trade quality up, ill be in the Bahamas by christmas lol

well done you, happy client here

8 trades, no partials, +320 pips today

yes dupapa we are of to a good start indeed, and the week is not over yet. hope we make more green $$$ this week.

but please please do not get carried away, ordering that ferrari quite yet, lol.

we will have down days as well at some point as all strategies do.

also do not run above risk 1, i believe in long term gains and dont want to hear anybody having blown his account, risk 1 no more maybe less.

the signal account gained 310 pips, so you outdid me by 10 more pips, darn jeoulous.
but my account does not have the tightest spreads, my bad.

also a big thanks to my numerous subscribers who have already signed up, i am simply amazed at the confidence people have already placed in my signal.

i will most certainly do my best to keep things humming along. after all i have all my large accounts running the same set up.

so thanks again.

very much appreciated ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on October 31, 2017, 11:58:47 AM
I did 310 pips on the nose today on your signal Reinerh, so it looks like dupapa is the winniest winner around today. Hahaha. But so long as we're all chomping on pips, we've all got reason to smile.

Great launch indeed. Here's to an even better week ahead! I've got my pip munching face on.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 31, 2017, 12:03:19 PM
Great early morning surprise, Rein!

Thank you.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 31, 2017, 12:24:35 PM

i am sure dupapa survived his baby heart attack just fine,

but he might still have a bit high blood pressure for the remainder of the day after seeing 320 pips hitting his account ;)

what i need to again emphasize is that this is not a grid or marty strategy. all my strategies are trend based every single one = the underlying principle. i never will do countertrend, grid or marty of any kind.

we all should have learned by now the trend is your friend, this is the most rewarding approach for real long term success.

the higher number of opened positions is simply how this strategy works, its not a grid.

its a highly complicated manual strategy requiring lots of work every weekend.

impulse the other component is outbreak which should strike tomorrow or a few more times this week looking at all the events scheduled for this week.

so i hope we will end even greener for the week.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on October 31, 2017, 02:02:17 PM

i am sure dupapa survived his baby heart attack just fine,

but he might still have a bit high blood pressure for the remainder of the day after seeing 320 pips hitting his account ;)

what i need to again emphasize is that this is not a grid or marty strategy. all my strategies are trend based every single one = the underlying principle. i never will do countertrend, grid or marty of any kind.

we all should have learned by now the trend is your friend, this is the most rewarding approach for real long term success.

the higher number of opened positions is simply how this strategy works, its not a grid.

its a highly complicated manual strategy requiring lots of work every weekend.

impulse the other component is outbreak which should strike tomorrow or a few more times this week looking at all the events scheduled for this week.

so i hope we will end even greener for the week.


Hello, Reinerh.


I want to file a formal protest with Fidelitas; you said, Dupapa got 320 pips; I am one pip short, only 319.. where did that one pip go? ;)  LOL

Thanks again.

HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on October 31, 2017, 02:19:52 PM

i am sure dupapa survived his baby heart attack just fine,

but he might still have a bit high blood pressure for the remainder of the day after seeing 320 pips hitting his account ;)

what i need to again emphasize is that this is not a grid or marty strategy. all my strategies are trend based every single one = the underlying principle. i never will do countertrend, grid or marty of any kind.

we all should have learned by now the trend is your friend, this is the most rewarding approach for real long term success.

the higher number of opened positions is simply how this strategy works, its not a grid.

its a highly complicated manual strategy requiring lots of work every weekend.

impulse the other component is outbreak which should strike tomorrow or a few more times this week looking at all the events scheduled for this week.

so i hope we will end even greener for the week.


Hello, Reinerh.


I want to file a formal protest with Fidelitas; you said, Dupapa got 320 pips; I am one pip short, only 319.. where did that one pip go? ;)  LOL

Thanks again.

HumbleTrader

yeah i will file a formal complaint as well with fidelitas since i only got 310 pips, darn i am not a happy camper especially since you both beat me and i am sure my other followers beat me as well.

but green is green i am not complaining too much.
Title: Re: Fidelitas- The trend is your friend.
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 12:25:47 PM
Hello, Reinerh.

According to Bloomberg news regarding today's FOMC statement, there will not be much activity, subconsciously; I am hoping for the reverse.  ;)

Speaking of "reverse", and Impulse, when you say, "the trend is your friend" for which most of us have heavily paid the price to learn initially,  what time frame are you talking about?

Looking forward to the music of those chart bars doing their wonderful dance as they did last, pruning the tree of green pips.  :D

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 12:40:58 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: impifx on November 01, 2017, 01:19:02 PM
When will the mql5 signal be up? I missed the good start, so I can expect what will come next.... ::)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 01:43:52 PM
When will the mql5 signal be up? I missed the good start, so I can expect what will come next.... ::)

one never knows what comes next, but i keep fingers crossed for us all that it be positive.

mr market has its own mind.............

mq said up to 2 weeks it takes, so another 10 days or so is my guess.

in the meantime why dont you check out simpletrader, price is the same everywhere. reduced 1st week on simple.

also signal start is an option.

see all links below in signature.

thx for your interest :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 01:52:25 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.

Just got off the phone with your friend Yelen. She mentioned to me what an amazing trader you have become and that after Trump gives her the pink note, she is going to invest a small part of her retirement package with you;  only a couple of million. 😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 02:16:10 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.

Just got off the phone with your friend Yelen. She mentioned to me what an amazing trader you have become and that after Trump gives her the pink note, she is going to invest a small part of her retirement package with you;  only a couple of million. 😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader

i see, better yet, next time you whisper to her have her announce a surprise move for us all, then we all be stylin in green pips :)

her last 2 meetings sure were duds.

its about time she does something to get the markets excited about.


Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 02:39:50 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.

Just got off the phone with your friend Yelen. She mentioned to me what an amazing trader you have become and that after Trump gives her the pink note, she is going to invest a small part of her retirement package with you;  only a couple of million. 😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader

i see, better yet, next time you whisper to her have her announce a surprise move for us all, then we all be stylin in green pips :)

her last 2 meetings sure were duds.

its about time she does something to get the markets excited about.

I totally agree,  I'll pass on the message although she has been asking me a late for some "excitement" in her life; are you available to fly over and "turn her on" to your request?😜

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 01, 2017, 04:56:19 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.

Just got off the phone with your friend Yelen. She mentioned to me what an amazing trader you have become and that after Trump gives her the pink note, she is going to invest a small part of her retirement package with you;  only a couple of million. 😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader

i see, better yet, next time you whisper to her have her announce a surprise move for us all, then we all be stylin in green pips :)

her last 2 meetings sure were duds.

its about time she does something to get the markets excited about.
Lol!  I really like this idea!   :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 05:08:41 PM

humble,

nobody will ever know beforehand what reaction the market will have to whatever release.

one can have an educated guess, often it should or will it go this way, yet many times it does the total opposite.
thats why trading the reaction after the fact/release is the save way to go about it. and thats what impulse does.

but manually trading on my personal accounts i have raked in big profits several times entering before the release, thats very risky of course but can pay of handsomely.

rest asssured the signal is run the savest way possible.

Just got off the phone with your friend Yelen. She mentioned to me what an amazing trader you have become and that after Trump gives her the pink note, she is going to invest a small part of her retirement package with you;  only a couple of million. 😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader

i see, better yet, next time you whisper to her have her announce a surprise move for us all, then we all be stylin in green pips :)

her last 2 meetings sure were duds.

its about time she does something to get the markets excited about.
Lol!  I really like this idea!   :)

Yes, but I haven't heard his follow up response about getting her "excited"; she is only 71 and might need,  "the gentle", touch that Reinerh, is known for. Perhaps, he is already in  flight to meet her before her announcement later on. I do hope he arrives on time.😙

Regards,
 HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 05:36:16 PM
yeah i have known a giggolo, and so i do know the ins and outs.

and i rather or shall we say prefer to get excited sans the blue pill to get the job done ;)

so i shall pass on getting her all hot and ready, she is simply not my cup o tea.

and her large net worth cant make up for it, sorry.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 05:45:26 PM
yeah i have known a giggolo, and so i do know the ins and outs.

and i rather or shall we say prefer to get excited sans the blue pill to get the job done ;)

so i shall pass on getting her all hot and ready, she is simply not my cup o tea.

and her large net worth cant make up for it, sorry.

I understand your concern about her fragility. But I know someone who has already noted he likes her. Trump, too is exactly 71 years old and closer, perhaps he will do us the heavy lifting. Melania must have been keeping him in good shape but his small hands are a concern. Let's wait and see if he has done the job, almost 15 min. to go: If the market moves a lot, he will have served us well. ;)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 01, 2017, 06:09:13 PM
yeah i have known a giggolo, and so i do know the ins and outs.

and i rather or shall we say prefer to get excited sans the blue pill to get the job done ;)

so i shall pass on getting her all hot and ready, she is simply not my cup o tea.

and her large net worth cant make up for it, sorry.

I understand your concern about her fragility. But I know someone who has already noted he likes her. Trump, too is exactly 71 years old and closer, perhaps he will do us the heavy lifting. Melania must have been keeping him in good shape but his small hands are a concern. Let's wait and see if he has done the job, almost 15 min. to go: If the market moves a lot, he will have served us well. ;)

Regards,
HumbleTrader

He has failed us again:

"Trump Calls Yellen ‘Excellent’ But Doesn’t Commit to Reappointing Her", he must have forgotten his pills.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-01/trump-says-yellen-excellent-but-won-t-commit-to-reappoint-her

Hardly a move in the charts.  :P

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 06:09:30 PM
so we have it, no rate change and no surprises, darn..........

and subsequently no move, argg.

a change in rates would have done something, but no luck this time either. i think this is the 2nd or 3rd fomc which been a dud now.

oh well, we shall make more green soon some other way ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 01, 2017, 08:57:29 PM
tomorrow there is boe,

and i have a strong indication from my manual system that the pound shall rise tomorrow at boe.

and the aussie might drop later tonight.

could be wrong on that of course, but i be watching closely for manual newstrades.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 02, 2017, 03:10:08 AM
By the way, I'm on your signal with SimpleTrader.  I missed the great start as I didn't realize it was already running, but I'm very much looking forward to this!

I'm curious to know which of the 3 signal services has the best trade execution.  This would be important for fast moving markets, news trading, etc.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 09:09:11 AM
By the way, I'm on your signal with SimpleTrader.  I missed the great start as I didn't realize it was already running, but I'm very much looking forward to this!

I'm curious to know which of the 3 signal services has the best trade execution.  This would be important for fast moving markets, news trading, etc.

to be honest i think all 3 will beat my account in terms of results since mine has somewhat higher spreads.

in terms of underlying technology regards speed in copying they all should be about the same is my guess, but i have no way of telling so far since i have not gotten much feedback regards results, just gone live several days ago basically. but so far several customers beat me quite handsomely.


so for best results i definetely recommend most any good ecn type broker.

also please dont forget that we are not talking scalping here, its the total opposite. also impulse trades mostly after releases which is the most liquid period and best time to getting filled, as long you have a good stable broker, meaning one not going offline during period of releases.

the other trades are mostly entered in quiet periods, very small in size, and again slippage should be a total non issue due to very their small size.

i remember way back when viper traded, him being a scalper he traded massive and i mean huge lot sizes overall, and even those did not suffer all too much slippage considering their huge size.

so compujock there is absolutely nothing to worry about at this point in time.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 11:40:55 AM

the pound sure looking funky before boe..........

dont know what to make of it, hope to trade it, but only on the manual newstrade account.

impulse is hot loaded and ready.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 01:21:17 PM
we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.

my manual newstrading i have to adjust the strategy, really bummed. it makes darn good profits on my master, but it wont copy worth beans, my slaves lost due to getting slipped as high as 40 pips.

so back to the drawing bord on that one.

so now we still have nfp coming tomorrow.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 02, 2017, 01:33:20 PM

we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.


I am always happy when I make 1.7%, especially on the first trades of a new to me system!

Thanks Reiner.

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 02, 2017, 02:29:18 PM

the pound sure looking funky before boe..........

dont know what to make of it, hope to trade it, but only on the manual newstrade account.

impulse is hot loaded and ready.


In my naive understanding of what just went on and to what you said earlier of not being able to predict the market; interest go up and the GBP/JPY goes down?

In any case, happy to collect green pips on " non-sense". 😞

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 02:38:40 PM

the pound sure looking funky before boe..........

dont know what to make of it, hope to trade it, but only on the manual newstrade account.

impulse is hot loaded and ready.



In my naive understanding of what just went on and to what you said earlier of not being able to predict the market; interest go up and the GBP/JPY goes down?

In any case, happy to collect green pips on " non-sense". 😞

Regards,
HumbleTrader


yes thats correct humble, simply nobody knows how the market will react beforehand.

i was lucky to get it more right then wrong a few times with manual trades, but its always a bit of a crappshoot very risky and certainly not recommended.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: brusch on November 02, 2017, 04:19:11 PM




we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.


I am always happy when I make 1.7%, especially on the first trades of a new to me system!

Thanks Reiner.

Cheers,
Rod

Like you Rod for my first Fidelitas day on SimpleTrader, I don't have anything to add!
Many thanks for this nice start Reiner!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 04:20:53 PM

we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.


I am always happy when I make 1.7%, especially on the first trades of a new to me system!

Thanks Reiner.

Cheers,
Rod

trying my best to make my subscribers smile..................

looking at gj now, darn could have made a lot more. but no system, manual or ea is perfect.

again to all subscribers, i want to remind, we will have down days at some point as well.

do not run risk above 1
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 02, 2017, 04:25:59 PM

we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.


I am always happy when I make 1.7%, especially on the first trades of a new to me system!

Thanks Reiner.

Cheers,
Rod
Absolutely!  I second that.  Too many times I've joined signals only to have losses right away.  It's not a good feeling.  It's nice to start with some wins so you fell like you have a buffer for when some losses come.  Thanks for making your signals available.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 02, 2017, 05:24:53 PM
again to all subscribers, i want to remind, we will have down days at some point as well.
do not run risk above 1

Even though we don't like to think about it I believe that being realistic we
 also need to be prepared for down weeks and possibly even down months.

As long as over the long term it continues to make good profits we should be very happy!

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 02, 2017, 10:23:41 PM

we made a little on gj, nothing to bragg home about, still green is green.


I am always happy when I make 1.7%, especially on the first trades of a new to me system!

Thanks Reiner.

Cheers,
Rod

trying my best to make my subscribers smile..................

looking at gj now, darn could have made a lot more. but no system, manual or ea is perfect.

again to all subscribers, i want to remind, we will have down days at some point as well.

do not run risk above 1

Hello, Reinerh.

I wonder, now that you are trading other people's money, perhaps you are being more conservative/cautious or this is fully automated and your input is limited. ???

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 02, 2017, 10:41:05 PM

humble,

its never static, i run different approaches sets from time to time.

same with my manual, its infinite adjustable. my goal is to have the eq curve pointing up, no more no less.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 02, 2017, 10:42:51 PM
again to all subscribers, i want to remind, we will have down days at some point as well.
do not run risk above 1
Even though we don't like to think about it I believe that being realistic we
 also need to be prepared for down weeks and possibly even down months.

As long as over the long term it continues to make good profits we should be very happy!

Cheers,
Rod
Absolutely!  There are always down days and losses, but as long as there is consistent longer term profitability all is good.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 02, 2017, 10:44:59 PM

humble,

its never static, i run different approaches sets from time to time.

same with my manual, its infinite adjustable. my goal is to have the eq curve pointing up, no more no less.

Lol; I like the "eq curve pointing up, no more no less", but keep on the "more" side, if you can.  ;D

Thanks again, you are doing a fantastic job!  8)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 12:21:38 PM

impulse is ready to strike in a few minutes, we shall see.

also big update coming later,

simply a must read for anybody who wants to be profitable long term, stay tuned.

and keep fingers crossed we make a few more green pips ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 03, 2017, 12:34:32 PM

impulse is ready to strike in a few minutes, we shall see.
 :-\
also big update coming later,

simply a must read for anybody who wants to be profitable long term, stay tuned.

and keep fingers crossed we make a few more green pips ;)

Give the EURUSD, the blue pill.  :D :D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 12:45:10 PM

impulse is ready to strike in a few minutes, we shall see.
 :-\
also big update coming later,

simply a must read for anybody who wants to be profitable long term, stay tuned.

and keep fingers crossed we make a few more green pips ;)

Give the EURUSD, the blue pill.  :D :D

nfp was a dud, dont expect anything out of it, sorry guys.

it looks like one of those classic zig zag events which only kill accounts, or shall we say usd cross positions.

only ecad and ucad had punch, the signal does not trade them but i will reevaluate and maybe add ecad.

the reason these 2 pairs are doing good today is that 2 news nfp/cad were complimenting one another.

the signal account to date only runs the best performers in order to keep dd low.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 03, 2017, 03:21:26 PM
Hi guys. Good to see you up and running reinerh. I will likely pick up the signal for a bit, mainly cause of your reputation here. ;) and also the nice performance so far.

Yeah i like the simple trader guys to. But the beauty in the other services you have are that you don't need a VPS to host an EA and a terminal. Thats a nice convenience to not have to do that. You should take a look at mt.cook "hybrid pam" to, as it works as a combination a signal and a PAM. you can do both in one. You can charge a subscription fee or a Performance fee. Its pretty slick and I am in one now and I don't have to host a terminal either. That said, i will likely wait until MQL is ready if it is right around the corner (even though I believe you still need to host a terminal?). Maybe signal start is the only one you dont need to host a terminal. Is there is a way to avoid that hassle I will do it. If not, i guess i can suck itup.

Question reinerh. Is this strategy manual or EA? Just confused as I read the description on simple trader and it sounded like it was manual? But i thought it was an EA you made or a mix of some commercial ones. Maybe it is both?

Also what is the difference between your current signal account and your myfxbook in your signature? are they the same, just different risks? Sorry if you explained this already. I did not see it in quickly reading through though.

Congradulations on hitting 1000%. It looks like you and outside of the box have both hit the 1k % mark. This is imo like the "mile high club" . It is a big accomplishment.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 03:41:00 PM
Hi guys. Good to see you up and running reinerh. I will likely pick up the signal for a bit, mainly cause of your reputation here. ;) and also the nice performance so far.

Yeah i like the simple trader guys to. But the beauty in the other services you have are that you don't need a VPS to host an EA and a terminal. Thats a nice convenience to not have to do that. You should take a look at mt.cook "hybrid pam" to, as it works as a combination a signal and a PAM. you can do both in one. You can charge a subscription fee or a Performance fee. Its pretty slick and I am in one now and I don't have to host a terminal either. That said, i will likely wait until MQL is ready if it is right around the corner (even though I believe you still need to host a terminal?). Maybe signal start is the only one you dont need to host a terminal. Is there is a way to avoid that hassle I will do it. If not, i guess i can suck itup.

Question reinerh. Is this strategy manual or EA? Just confused as I read the description on simple trader and it sounded like it was manual? But i thought it was an EA you made or a mix of some commercial ones. Maybe it is both?

Also what is the difference between your current signal account and your myfxbook in your signature? are they the same, just different risks? Sorry if you explained this already. I did not see it in quickly reading through though.

Congradulations on hitting 1000%. It looks like you and outside of the box have both hit the 1k % mark. This is imo like the "mile high club" . It is a big accomplishment.

hi jwatts,

i will post a monthly weekly update later which i consider a must read for anybody wanting to succeed in the long term.

and thx for pointing out mt cook, i will look into this.

the signal is run ea, as well as manual and a little wizzbang juice added ;)

yes i know this sounds pretty confusing, but the goal to me as a provider is that i have a responsibility to my subscribers to trade with caution and also trying to achieve the least amount of dd while making nice gains, thats basically the bottom line.

and as i said please keep an eye out for the update later.

cheers
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 04:16:34 PM
update, weekly/monthly :

sorry this is a little bit a long one, i promise future updates will be kept brief, since i much rather focus on trading as well as refining my systems.

but i feel this one turned out to become a must read to anybody who wants to be profitable in the long term, so please share this forum link with anybody you care about.

what a month/week it was, green and more green $$$   ;) my subscribers fee for this month should already be paid for, a few times over actually and every single account of mine is sitting at new equity highs.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas/axi-signal-coming-soon/2067022

so i also did start even more virgin accounts recently, to have a clean start vs the current published signal.

but also the underlying idea is that some people strive for more gains and are accepting the associated higher dd levels, vs others the high net worth individuals for example who look for lower gains but with the least amount of underlying risk. so the goal here is to have a signal for everybody.
 
one other target worth mentioning for all of my accounts is that i aim for the least amount of dd since drawdown is the hardest to stomach for anybody, including myself.

also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.

its also my goal to become number 1 on the leaderboard on simpletrader someday.

one might think i am full of myself, thats fine i accept that.
 
its still my goal none or less, and with lots of hard work and determination i hope to get there eventually.

so now finally to the news,

we all have seen the markets have woken up finally and here are some highlights for each account individually.

impulse the signal first :

after a slow start for the month of october actually going in about 8% dd it recovered ending with .34  % gains for the month.
then this first november week was quite nice with a gain of 356 pips and 3.84 % account growth.

to all my current subscribers only having seen gains this week please dont get carried away, we will have losses as well at some point and one must see this long term, like evaluating results every 3 months or even higher 6 months to a year.
also do not run this above risk 1 under any circumstances. i much rather prefer you be making profits with me long term vs blowing your wad and getting upset as to what happened.

pipmonster,

that one should be interesting to watch. it uses very few small entries but goes for high pip targets while having quite tight sl values, monthly results 7% 477 pips

institutional,

reached 100% gain and 2040 pips already in a little more then a month, with an extreme low dd showing at 2.35 %. this account and pipmonsters only purpose is showcasing what my manual system is capable of.

the fixed 10% monthly,

reached its target on the last day kinda with 993 pips total for the month, but it almost missed the mark.
hope to get that one dialed in better. its purpose/target is fixed 10% monthly with absolutely the least amount of dd possible, current dd shown a measly .34%

furthermore there is still a personal challenge of mine going on with reaching 1000% gains on the institutional account in the shortest amount of time.
regards that account i have been accused of having fallen of my rocker, as in i must be crazy and or a total loon. that in turn fired me up even more to reach the stated target as fast as possible. so please enjoy the ride with me.

newstrading,

far away from prime time. i have been trading this style quite successfully for some time, but just recently added several slaves to copy. and the biggest issue i been running in is my master rakes it in and my slaves give it all back due to getting slipped up to 40 pips, slaves are all loosing.

i trade this manually strictly around newsreleases with tight sl following pa, the style is ala thales if anyone remembers him. so this one i will need to put in much more effort so it copies well.

trendtrader,

started into a dd period but slowly showing gains its green now, up by 292 pips.

impulse FIFO low gain, that one has been renamed, FIFO is gone

slow and steady gains, minimal dd.

that one will no longer be FIFO, since i received no or almost no requests for a FIFO traded signal, so i have given up. please note that my current signal is also not strictly FIFO traded, it actually might still work as in qualifying but i am not 100% sure.

impulse master,

that account is run with a much higher risk setting then the impulse signal, more pairs higher lot sizing, quite high risk.
it made 15% with a dd of 12 % for the month of october. its total gains will have approached 1000% very soon and that in just 5 months of trading, its simply remarkable.
its highest dd to date = currently shown as only 23%

also a very interesting observation i made recently while looking at my competition is that most all signals which show decent monthly average gains of about 3 to 6% achieve that with quite large running drawdown values.

so anybody looking for a really good signal to find must already know its a minefield out there, so below a few tipps as to what to look for.

so looking at the best manual scalper there ever was, i am sure we all know who that is, his master to date averaged  1.64% monthly gains, so that upscaled to show a meager 5% monthly gain, that would have yielded a whopping 40% account draw down.
 
so we have the impulse master at 56% monthly gains with 23% dd vs monthly gains of 1.64 % with 13.26% dd a month. so it should be crystal clear how much more profitable impulse is ;)
 
or differently put, try finding a system where monthly gains exceed the monthly dd values, good luck finding that.

so for any prospect clients its utmost important to analyse with care and wisdom, by looking at the longer timeframe overall total gain to dd ratio. this in my book is the most telling number for profit potential for any signal or strategy period.
this is simply done by looking at the abs gain and not the gain, very important, then compared to max dd which equals the monthly gain showing 56% a month in gains on the impulse master account. see myfxbook under stats left side.

the most or shall we say worst systems i seen over the years have run in like 80% or more dd and produced as little as 2 % monthly gains.
 
to put this in perspective, a 100k account would have shown at one point as little as 20k equity, just to produce 2% monthly overall gains which is lunatic to even consider such a poor performing system.

also make sure to stay away from grids and martingales of any kind, but we all should have learned that by now. every strategy i work on its underlying principle is trend based.

and if you run across a web page showing scandilly clad nearly undressed babes, as well as ferraris all over, click the x in the upper right corner fast and never look back. since i can assure you, that you wont be the one making any money :)

the my fixed 10% gain a month account should hopefully someday set a new benchmark for gains achieved vs max dd encountered along the way. currently 10.3 % gained to .34 % dd

so in conclusion,

i have to say that the interest in my signal has simply overwelmed me,
and i want to thank all of my current subscribers as well as any future clients for the trust that has been placed in my strategies.

i will keep working very hard to achieve my personal goals stated above, all the while making you all profits along the way as well ;)

my other goal is to build long term relationships with my clients way out into the future, and yes i promise, future updates will be kept brief.

cheers,

and as always green pips to everybody my competition included.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 05:32:41 PM
thanks j watts,

i just looked up mt cook, and wow thats the cats meow. nice approach vs traditional.

for the remainder of this year i will stay the course, but next year at some point i will start looking to offer more options for my clients.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 03, 2017, 09:35:38 PM
also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.
I really hope you will always provide your services to us, the little clients and not sell out to a large institution who requires you to only trade for them.  That's my only worry after reading your statement about a large institution...   I'm excited about your signals for long term success, but I always worry with any good strategy that the owner of the strategy or signal service may eventually be so wealthy he no longer cares to trade for other people or maybe just not for the little people.  They tend to want just a few big institutional clients and drop the average personal client.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 03, 2017, 09:39:35 PM
the fixed 10% monthly,

reached its target on the last day kinda with 993 pips total for the month, but it almost missed the mark.
hope to get that one dialed in better. its purpose/target is fixed 10% monthly with absolutely the least amount of dd possible, current dd shown a measly .34%
Very interested in this one as well.  When will it be available?   ;D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 03, 2017, 09:53:19 PM
pipmonster,

that one should be interesting to watch. it uses very few small entries but goes for high pip targets while having quite tight sl values, monthly results 7% 477 pips
Looking at pipmonster on your myfxbook, it's looking great so far too!  Is this starting on signal service early next year?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 03, 2017, 10:07:27 PM
Something else I've been thinking about:

I'm on the Impulse signal now, but I would like to add most if not all of your other signals.

My question is, "Are there any trades in common with each strategy?" 
Or in other words, "Do they complement each other and can all be run in the same account (at much reduced risk of course)?  Or is there some overlap and they should each be run in a separate account?"

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 03, 2017, 10:15:54 PM
also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.
I really hope you will always provide your services to us, the little clients and not sell out to a large institution who requires you to only trade for them.  That's my only worry after reading your statement about a large institution...   I'm excited about your signals for long term success, but I always worry with any good strategy that the owner of the strategy or signal service may eventually be so wealthy he no longer cares to trade for other people or maybe just not for the little people.  They tend to want just a few big institutional clients and drop the average personal client.

Hello, compujock.

That was my initial concern and I put it to Reinerh. After chatting with his (pm) a few times, I was convinced he is also out for the small investor and will not let us down. That is why I bugged him for a while to get started and was the first to sign up with him.

He is an honorable man and a straight shooter; not many around these days.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 03, 2017, 10:20:13 PM
also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.
I really hope you will always provide your services to us, the little clients and not sell out to a large institution who requires you to only trade for them.  That's my only worry after reading your statement about a large institution...   I'm excited about your signals for long term success, but I always worry with any good strategy that the owner of the strategy or signal service may eventually be so wealthy he no longer cares to trade for other people or maybe just not for the little people.  They tend to want just a few big institutional clients and drop the average personal client.

Hello, compujock.

That was my initial concern and I put it to Reinerh. After chatting with his (pm) a few times, I was convinced he is also out for the small investor and will not let us down. That is why I bugged him for a while to get started and was the first to sign up with him.

He is an honorable man and a straight shooter; not many around these days.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Thanks for that info.  That does make me feel better!

I was bugging him to start up his signal as well.  lol!  It could be others were as well.   ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 03, 2017, 10:26:09 PM
also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.
I really hope you will always provide your services to us, the little clients and not sell out to a large institution who requires you to only trade for them.  That's my only worry after reading your statement about a large institution...   I'm excited about your signals for long term success, but I always worry with any good strategy that the owner of the strategy or signal service may eventually be so wealthy he no longer cares to trade for other people or maybe just not for the little people.  They tend to want just a few big institutional clients and drop the average personal client.

Hello, compujock.

That was my initial concern and I put it to Reinerh. After chatting with his (pm) a few times, I was convinced he is also out for the small investor and will not let us down. That is why I bugged him for a while to get started and was the first to sign up with him.

He is an honorable man and a straight shooter; not many around these days.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Thanks for that info.  That does make me feel better!

I was bugging him to start up his signal as well.  lol!  It could be others were as well.   ;)

yeah, i been bugged by many many people.....................

and looking at how many subscribers i have already, i am simply overwelmed at the response......

and no worrys, i wont go anywhere for a while to come.........

more answers tomorrow, my brain is simply fried....................

all the support questions alone did me in..............

i had to trade too, sheesh what a week it was, but all good :)

more tomorrow...............
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 04, 2017, 01:50:41 AM
just tonight i seen that simpletrader has a top trader contest,

so with my manual strategy i sure do stand a good chance, a dude by the name of pistol pete been hoarding the top spot for way to long. we shall see if i can challenge him ;)

so i just entered the top trader contest on simpletrader.

will be utilizing my manual strategy as rules state.

hope to beat pistol pete, we shall see at the end of the month, he has a slight head start of course but i still think i can do it.

account below, hope to get approved to get going next week.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fide...ontest/2314914
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 04, 2017, 11:20:56 AM
humble and compu,

i am not selling out to anybody, no worries there.

and i sure have not started the signal one week with the intention to take it away shortly thereafter.

and being picked up and or getting taken seriously by big investors/institutions requires serious trade history with me having a long road ahead of me. so that is still wayyyyyyyyy out in the future.

pipmonster, institutional and 10%, these accounts only purpose is to showcase what my manual system can do in real time going forward. meaning anybody can just simply follow along and see it unfold. i think most of these accounts are verified already as well.

but since i have been accused of being a loon i might just delete them. i most certainly did not want to cause any bad feelings one way or another.

my underlying reasoning to show these is that i thought it would give people hope for one, that there are indeed good traders/systems out there, and furthermore being inspired to possibly grab the bull by the horn and learn to trade themselves.

me too have been inspired by good traders myself along my fx journey over and over, and especially seeing accounts which do well has always given me a real a kick in my hiney to get there someday.
viper, sfe, thales, titan, lucky pound............just to name a few.

so the signal is here to stay, but if my intention with pipmonster, institutional and 10% is misunderstood and or leads to bad blood, they will simply go bye bye.

i also need to tell you guys that my manual strategy requires boatloads of work every weekend, and is based on my i think well over 10 years of trading experience by now. its been a mighty long road to perfect it, with many many sleepless nights along the way and has cost me huge amounts in time and money over the years, and is still being refined every month on my well over 10 vps i currently have running.
so one can easily see what kinda of data sets i have to crunch through, in addition to coming up for a tradeplan every week.

as far as complimenting signals of mine,

that would be newstrading, but that one does not copy well so far, the other being trendtrader, meaning both are totally non correlating.

so have a nice weekend u all,

cheers


ps, see pic attached results manual, please pay close attention to the low trade count, and holding time duration and total lots traded. all green pips btw.
and no trickery whatsover..................

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 04, 2017, 03:14:33 PM
humble and compu,

i am not selling out to anybody, no worries there.

and i sure have not started the signal one week with the intention to take it away shortly thereafter.

and being picked up and or getting taken seriously by big investors/institutions requires serious trade history with me having a long road ahead of me. so that is still wayyyyyyyyy out in the future.

pipmonster, institutional and 10%, these accounts only purpose is to showcase what my manual system can do in real time going forward. meaning anybody can just simply follow along and see it unfold. i think most of these accounts are verified already as well.

but since i have been accused of being a loon i might just delete them. i most certainly did not want to cause any bad feelings one way or another.

my underlying reasoning to show these is that i thought it would give people hope for one, that there are indeed good traders/systems out there, and furthermore being inspired to possibly grab the bull by the horn and learn to trade themselves.

me too have been inspired by good traders myself along my fx journey over and over, and especially seeing accounts which do well has always given me a real a kick in my hiney to get there someday.
viper, sfe, thales, titan, lucky pound............just to name a few.

so the signal is here to stay, but if my intention with pipmonster, institutional and 10% is misunderstood and or leads to bad blood, they will simply go bye bye.

i also need to tell you guys that my manual strategy requires boatloads of work every weekend, and is based on my i think well over 10 years of trading experience by now. its been a mighty long road to perfect it, with many many sleepless nights along the way and has cost me huge amounts in time and money over the years, and is still being refined every month on my well over 10 vps i currently have running.
so one can easily see what kinda of data sets i have to crunch through, in addition to coming up for a tradeplan every week.

as far as complimenting signals of mine,

that would be newstrading, but that one does not copy well so far, the other being trendtrader, meaning both are totally non correlating.

so have a nice weekend u all,

cheers


ps, see pic attached results manual, please pay close attention to the low trade count, and holding time duration and total lots traded. all green pips btw.
and no trickery whatsover..................

Hello, Reinerh.

When one speaks from the heart vs the pocket, it shows.

Keep well my friend and thank you for all the hard work you are doing for us.

Regards,
HumbleTrader :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 05, 2017, 12:52:02 AM
all the support questions alone did me in..............

i had to trade too, sheesh what a week it was, but all good :)
Support questions?   That's one of the benefit of using a service like SimpleTrader.  They have support people to take care of those support questions so that you don't have to do that and can concentrate on your trading.  That's very nice of you to answer support questions, but I think we would all rather have you concentrate on the trading.   ;)   Besides, it was so easy to set up I really don't understand why someone would have a support question.  Unless they are very new to forex.  And in that case they need to put some time in to study and figure things out and get help from the Signal service support system.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 05, 2017, 12:59:42 AM
pipmonster, institutional and 10%, these accounts only purpose is to showcase what my manual system can do in real time going forward. meaning anybody can just simply follow along and see it unfold. i think most of these accounts are verified already as well.

but since i have been accused of being a loon i might just delete them. i most certainly did not want to cause any bad feelings one way or another.
I don't know who called you a loon, but I would not worry about them.  It's their loss.  If someone calls me something like that, it only makes me more determined to prove them wrong.   :)

I very much enjoy seeing those accounts and was hoping you would eventually make those available on SimpleTrader as well.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 05, 2017, 01:14:26 AM
my underlying reasoning to show these is that i thought it would give people hope for one, that there are indeed good traders/systems out there, and furthermore being inspired to possibly grab the bull by the horn and learn to trade themselves.

me too have been inspired by good traders myself along my fx journey over and over, and especially seeing accounts which do well has always given me a real a kick in my hiney to get there someday.
viper, sfe, thales, titan, lucky pound............just to name a few.
Yes, it does give us hope and inspiration.  I've been trading for going on 14 years now, but the only manual trading where I have really been able to make great profit with very low draw down has been news trading.  And two other methods.  But your trading is some of the best I've seen.  I would love to learn more trading methods that produce high profit and low draw down.  If you ever want to mentor or teach any of your methods, please let me know.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 05, 2017, 01:46:28 AM
thank you very much compu,

i am very glad to hear i have inspired at least one person so far :) additionally you being profitable yourself and obviously clearly being capable to see how powerful my system is makes me smile biggg time.

oh, support q were not regards copier mostly, more general account questions etc. and yes i have always been a little to free giving, for example by setting people straight or avoiding pittfalls etc. but thats just me.............

oh the 3 mentioned accounts i run variants of my manual strategy, and with the one in particular the 10% one i look forward to someday break all records meaning lowest dd to gains achieved. goal being, taking the least amount of underlying risk so it qualifies to be taken on by serious investors/institutions someday which is wayyyyyyyy out in the future.

so considering that i have invested about 6 years of my life into my manual strategy i want to keep that close to my chest, and sorry no mentoring either, please dont take that personal.

at the moment i am sooooooooooooo looking forward trading the simpletrader contest. want to make 1st spot, at least once, but one time will be enough for me.

then moving on................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 05, 2017, 11:16:39 PM
Very glad to hear it!  ;D And please keep the signal(s) going, even if you do eventually open up a PAMM; I've no real interest in PAMMS and there seems to be a new trend of people offering signals for a short while then closing down the signals and pushing people into their PAMMS  >:(

also at one point i sure hope that one of my accounts will be worthy of being picked up by a large institution. but of course this is still way out in the future.
I really hope you will always provide your services to us, the little clients and not sell out to a large institution who requires you to only trade for them.  That's my only worry after reading your statement about a large institution...   I'm excited about your signals for long term success, but I always worry with any good strategy that the owner of the strategy or signal service may eventually be so wealthy he no longer cares to trade for other people or maybe just not for the little people.  They tend to want just a few big institutional clients and drop the average personal client.

Hello, compujock.

That was my initial concern and I put it to Reinerh. After chatting with his (pm) a few times, I was convinced he is also out for the small investor and will not let us down. That is why I bugged him for a while to get started and was the first to sign up with him.

He is an honorable man and a straight shooter; not many around these days.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Thanks for that info.  That does make me feel better!

I was bugging him to start up his signal as well.  lol!  It could be others were as well.   ;)

yeah, i been bugged by many many people.....................

and looking at how many subscribers i have already, i am simply overwelmed at the response......

and no worrys, i wont go anywhere for a while to come.........

more answers tomorrow, my brain is simply fried....................

all the support questions alone did me in..............

i had to trade too, sheesh what a week it was, but all good :)

more tomorrow...............
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 05, 2017, 11:19:26 PM
Except it's regulated in Vanuatu  ::) - which inspires absolutely zero confidence on my part at least.

thanks j watts,

i just looked up mt cook, and wow thats the cats meow. nice approach vs traditional.

for the remainder of this year i will stay the course, but next year at some point i will start looking to offer more options for my clients.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 06, 2017, 12:33:10 AM
Very glad to hear it!  ;D And please keep the signal(s) going, even if you do eventually open up a PAMM; I've no real interest in PAMMS and there seems to be a new trend of people offering signals for a short while then closing down the signals and pushing people into their PAMMS  >:(
Yes, I agree.  I don't like PAMMS.  I've tried a couple in the past, but do not like them at all.  Signal service is much more flexible.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 06, 2017, 12:43:39 AM
Very glad to hear it!  ;D And please keep the signal(s) going, even if you do eventually open up a PAMM; I've no real interest in PAMMS and there seems to be a new trend of people offering signals for a short while then closing down the signals and pushing people into their PAMMS  >:(
Yes, I agree.  I don't like PAMMS.  I've tried a couple in the past, but do not like them at all.  Signal service is much more flexible.

Let me second that; I like to have control of my money and not have to answer to anyone when I add or reduce my investment.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 01:10:08 AM
Very glad to hear it!  ;D And please keep the signal(s) going, even if you do eventually open up a PAMM; I've no real interest in PAMMS and there seems to be a new trend of people offering signals for a short while then closing down the signals and pushing people into their PAMMS  >:(
Yes, I agree.  I don't like PAMMS.  I've tried a couple in the past, but do not like them at all.  Signal service is much more flexible.

Let me second that; I like to have control of my money and not have to answer to anyone when I add or reduce my investment.

Regards,
HumbleTrader

humble and all,

rest assured i will keep doing the signal and making green pips.

but please also understand that i already have been contacted and in fact quite numerous times to launch a pamm. the reason is quite simple, the underlying rules are much stricter. and higher net worth individuals want the least underlying risk possible.
the vetting process is also very strict to succeed in that, as long its a reputable broker. a scammy cent broker will take anybody to provide a pamm, lol.

then the advantage for me should also be clear, profit sharing and no questions all day long, since i be totally out of the picture and can focus solely on trading.

if you follow the other forum you can already see the level of total incompetence i have to deal with on an ongoing basis from here on out, its simply no fun.

so since some of my systems are extremely low in dd, they clearly will make the cut, so yes i strive towards offering pamms and can clearly see why other good, real profitable providers go that route.

but that can only happen when i have serious history to show for with very low dd values along the way, so no worries for a while to come.

i already spoke to the forex gods, and we should be set for this week :)

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 06, 2017, 01:39:12 AM
I just joined also. I am not going to bombard you with questions. I am going to suggest you pull away from the forums in some measure so that you can get the rest you need. Your results will offer enough of an answer over time but if you try to answer every stupid question from every person who will ask it of you then you will simply have no time left to sleep and trade. Forex will suck your time and your sleep if you let it. If you add more signals and more platforms to deliver them and more people who don't even know the difference between pip and slip then you might just blow a gasket and then what good are you to your family or us?
This is the most difficult market to trade period and it never rests but you must! That is my reality check for you.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 01:51:57 AM
I just joined also. I am not going to bombard you with questions. I am going to suggest you pull away from the forums in some measure so that you can get the rest you need. Your results will offer enough of an answer over time but if you try to answer every stupid question from every person who will ask it of you then you will simply have no time left to sleep and trade. Forex will suck your time and your sleep if you let it. If you add more signals and more platforms to deliver them and more people who don't even know the difference between pip and slip then you might just blow a gasket and then what good are you to your family or us?
This is the most difficult market to trade period and it never rests but you must! That is my reality check for you.

yes bnb, you are dead on. over time i will learn to ignore some bullcrapp, but i am kinda proud to have been able to achieve the results you see in my accounts.

so encountering the level of incompetence in the tradecontest has simply pushed me over the edge quite honestly. there are crystal clear rules on one hand, yet totally no guidance how to win, no specs at all are laid out how to win. yet rule breakers are allowed to enter, gimme a break.
have fun reading that, i am sure you will get a good kick out of that.

over time i will learn and adjust, my skin shall grow thick hopefully.

also down the line my subscribers results shall speak louder then words ever can do.......................

green pips to everybody this week, lets rake them in, yeeehaaa :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 06, 2017, 02:00:01 AM
Except it's regulated in Vanuatu  ::) - which inspires absolutely zero confidence on my part at least.

thanks j watts,

i just looked up mt cook, and wow thats the cats meow. nice approach vs traditional.

for the remainder of this year i will stay the course, but next year at some point i will start looking to offer more options for my clients.

- With an ASIC license coming out this week according to them. So that will be nice :)

reinerh, you are right it is the cats meow. The only thing i don't like about it, is that you cannot mix your own trades in with it. Which i guess is fair to a manager if you charge a performance fee (you don't want my trades cancelling out your trades, and hence your fees etc..).

Generally speaking, I am with most of you, and prefer a signal. But that is why i like the hybrid PAM, as it functions like a signal to. If I had to be in a PAM. It would be that one.

I think most of us here are "do it your self'ers though and want to mix your signal with our own trades and signals etc.. in to one big mish mash of stuff.

I also agree with bearnakedbull. Don't let the forum people and everyone's requests and opinions be the demise of your time, and hence strategy. I have yet to see one work out well over the long-term where everyone just gets along in harmony on a discussion forum, and keeps the trader in their "happy place". Maybe this will be different though.

reinerh, do you think mql will actually be up and running this week? If not, I am likely going to just use signal start.

thx!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 02:00:37 AM
ooops, i think i misunderstood you bnb.

you must have subbed to my signal, thank you very much, i thought you been reading on the other forum.

sorry, you being a sub, you can ask me any question, any at all no holes barred.

i sure do have a responsibility that all my subs shall be successfull.

just tonight i updated the signal subscription once more to hopefully make it as clear as it can get, see the bottom part especially important.

and questions being asked makes the signal description only better and better over time, so i welcome all questions.

https://www.simpletrader.net/signal/8694/Impulse.html
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 02:05:12 AM
j watts,

i have no clue what takes them that long, my signal account is fully verified and all.

yes please consider one of the other options if you like what you see.

please also read extensive signal description in the link i posted above, on simpeltrader.

me personally like simpletrader a lot, since you can adjust a lot of values in your dashboard.

max dd, symbols excluded, heart beat alerts and so on, its quite slick.

but we all have our favorite, whatever rocks your boat get on it :)

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 06, 2017, 02:40:38 AM
Just popping in to say that I'm actually really liking the Signal Start service. I didn't think I'd be too keen on it but I get how it works and it's actually quite nice so I hope you maintain this in addition to your other subscription options. That said, if I have to move to another place I surely will move wuth you to keep on with your signal. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 06, 2017, 02:52:23 AM
Just popping in to say that I'm actually really liking the Signal Start service. I didn't think I'd be too keen on it but I get how it works and it's actually quite nice so I hope you maintain this in addition to your other subscription options. That said, if I have to move to another place I surely will move wuth you to keep on with your signal. :)

Yeah agreed there Pycho. I was taking a closer look today. It looks like it does everything simpletrader does, but no need to host an EA on a terminal. So it seems to be a better option. Myfxbook seem to have their stuff dialed in, which is why I have a bit more of confidence in the service. As from reading the fine print, it looks like myfxbook built and owns it.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 06, 2017, 02:56:49 AM
Yup, payments for the service are invoiced as being paid to Myfxbook, so it's clearly their deal. I rather like that because they're a very reputable outfit in this space.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 02:59:07 AM
Just popping in to say that I'm actually really liking the Signal Start service. I didn't think I'd be too keen on it but I get how it works and it's actually quite nice so I hope you maintain this in addition to your other subscription options. That said, if I have to move to another place I surely will move wuth you to keep on with your signal. :)

yes canadian, they have their pluses as well.

no vps needed, and easy as easy can be to set up.

but i really like to have dd alerts, which i run on all my accounts. and with simpletrader i am sure that can be set to anybody's liking.

on all my live accounts i run an ea i had coded some years back by the mq master brit, it sends me mail via mt4 to let me know if a certain number is breached.
at night my cell phone is under my cushion when i sleep, to make sure to never miss any of the various alarms i have set all over.
 
especially now that i have subscribers my level of responsibility has even more so increased.......

rest assured that i take your fat account quite seriously, as well as all other followers accounts as well.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 06, 2017, 03:02:47 AM
Dont' worry yourself too much for MY benefit. That's not actually my "fat" account. ;)

I'm quite confident you're very much on top of things for all of us.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 06, 2017, 03:04:21 AM
Yup, payments for the service are invoiced as being paid to Myfxbook, so it's clearly their deal. I rather like that because they're a very reputable outfit in this space.

but slow as can be in customer support, simple got them beat hands down.

so far it works well with signalstart, their tech works as it should, have not heard otherwise to date and thats what counts in the end. its just the other little things one needs to look at as well.
Title: Re: Fidelitas- WE ARE IN A ROLL!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 07, 2017, 01:30:48 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

Just looked into the "PipChurning" box and I see a lot of pips being churned; I hope they all turn out well roasted and to satisfaction for all.  ;)  8)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- WE ARE IN A ROLL!
Post by: reinerh on November 07, 2017, 01:34:52 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

Just looked into the "PipChurning" box and I see a lot of pips being churned; I hope they all turn out well roasted and to satisfaction for all.  ;)  8)

Regards,
HumbleTrader

yeah lets all keep fingers crossed that the fx spirits are lining things up in our favour......
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 07, 2017, 10:23:35 AM

a little shy of 200 pips should have been added to your accounts,

good start for the week.................
Title: Re: Fidelitas- WE ARE IN A ROLL!
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 07, 2017, 10:26:05 AM
Hello, Reinerh.

Just looked into the "PipChurning" box and I see a lot of pips being churned; I hope they all turn out well roasted and to satisfaction for all.  ;)  8)

Regards,
HumbleTrader


yeah lets all keep fingers crossed that the fx spirits are lining things up in our favour......



All closed, 201.50 pips. Thanks Reinerh.

 Now I hope that Harmonics Trader doesn't eat up the profit with the current drawdown. I had hoped that with the latest update, things would have improved and got back to profit. If it fails again, I will put it back in storage for another three months or so.   :'(

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 07, 2017, 10:44:24 AM
yeah ht looked like it had a decent candle formation going on last night on eu at least,

yet my system called for eu short, looks like we took our profits from ht ;)

btw, unfortunately i had to remove the inspirational accounts. after it was brought to my attention by a good trader friend of mine that these were simply too much, he sure pounded it in me good yesterday for which i am very grateful.

and i sure agree since i got called all the names in the book, so they are gone bye bye.

to attract serious investors and be perceived as a good trader i had simply no other option then to delete them.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 07, 2017, 12:07:55 PM
yeah ht looked like it had a decent candle formation going on last night on eu at least,

yet my system called for eu short, looks like we took our profits from ht ;)

btw, unfortunately i had to remove the inspirational accounts. after it was brought to my attention by a good trader friend of mine that these were simply too much, he sure pounded it in me good yesterday for which i am very grateful.

and i sure agree since i got called all the names in the book, so they are gone bye bye.

to attract serious investors and be perceived as a good trader i had simply no other option then to delete them.


I like your reference to "inspirational", EA.   ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 07, 2017, 12:15:50 PM

a little shy of 200 pips should have been added to your accounts,

good start for the week.................

200.1 pips (+1.42%) for me which was nice to wake up to. I'm also running Harmonics Trader on this account which is eating into things a little, but I'm running it at -80% risk allocation so the loss from the AUD/USD pattern wasn't terrible.

All in all, happily pippin' along in part thanks to Reinerh's lovely little signal. I'm waiting for a down day here haha as it's just been an excellent start! :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 07, 2017, 05:38:48 PM

a little shy of 200 pips should have been added to your accounts,

good start for the week.................

200.1 pips (+1.42%) for me which was nice to wake up to. I'm also running Harmonics Trader on this account which is eating into things a little, but I'm running it at -80% risk allocation so the loss from the AUD/USD pattern wasn't terrible.

All in all, happily pippin' along in part thanks to Reinerh's lovely little signal. I'm waiting for a down day here haha as it's just been an excellent start! :)
About the same for me.  Minus the HT losses since I'm not running that.  Thanks Reinerh!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 07, 2017, 05:50:58 PM
you are all welcome,

but note of caution,

sitting at current equity highs always makes me a little bit uneasy, please remember guys we will have red days as well, this is not a money printing machine.

please see trading as a long term endeavor and always use responsible risk settings, and never higher or above 1.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: zaltan on November 08, 2017, 11:57:19 AM
Impulse Master is still unverified. Why?

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas/impulse-master/2067022
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 08, 2017, 12:11:01 PM
Impulse Master is still unverified. Why?

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas/impulse-master/2067022

it never will be since it can be crossmatched to the fully verified signal account from the day it was copied to it.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 08, 2017, 07:40:17 PM
minor update ;

i have given up on mq, have no clue why they could not get it listed, waited over 2 weeks.

also have one of my systems submitted to autotrade, there i have been waiting for 3 weeks now there abouts and still nada.

with simpletrader it was instant, and signalstart as well.

so only these 2 options for now guys.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: deathlord on November 08, 2017, 10:04:58 PM
Just wondering, where did you send your email to subscribers to? Simpletrader? Because as far as I am aware I haven't subscribed to your signal. ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 08, 2017, 10:39:37 PM
Just wondering, where did you send your email to subscribers to? Simpletrader? Because as far as I am aware I haven't subscribed to your signal. ;)

hmm, now you got me confused,

i just send a mail to all my subs on simpletrader a bit ago.

can you please clarify ????
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: deathlord on November 08, 2017, 10:42:37 PM
Ah, Simpletrader. Yes, I received that email. I think I clicked on the signal but never paid, so now I have it listed as expired signal, which apparently qualifies me to receive subscribers emails  :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 08, 2017, 10:50:01 PM
Ah, Simpletrader. Yes, I received that email. I think I clicked on the signal but never paid, so now I have it listed as expired signal, which apparently qualifies me to receive subscribers emails  :)

ah i see, interesting, yes your adress must obviously be in my dashboard.........................

hmm, but maybe not, since i placed them individually. have yet to figure out their system all the way. its slick, but as you read i am struggling with a flaw.

just keep watching along, no rush to subscribe.........................................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 09, 2017, 03:23:06 PM
to all my dear subscribers :

what i have seen in other threads = people boasting/bragging how many tens of thousands of dollars they made, raises huge concerns with me.

for me as a trader i could not care any less. to me only pips count, and that profits are being made, thats it. and if you bought a nice car from the profits i made you, fantastic, i have no problem with that, no jealousy whatsoever.

at the same time i neverrrrrrrrrrr ever want to see a post by a subscriber being totally bend out of shape who lost many tens of thousands of dollars or even worse yet blew his account to smithereens,

and is simply totally besides himself, vs accepting responsibility for his actions,

by running his or her account way above the recommended stated risk multiplier = being 1 in my case.

a follower can simply not understand the underlying risk profile being used, only the trader or creator of whatever strategy does know that, and this applies to all signals.

so anybody posting results, please post pips gained, how much money you made i simply dont care.

more to come in weekly update, again a must read for you all,

cheers

reiner
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 09, 2017, 03:35:24 PM
I'm more often concerned by someone getting to that point where they're angry about losses. not disappointed, actually angry. To me, if you ever get actually angry over losing money, it means you have way too much on the line and you're trading well outside of your risk tolerance.

I have an advantage though. I was raised by flower child hippies so you know...it's just money man. *flashes peace sign* lol.  ;D ;D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 09, 2017, 03:39:45 PM

yeah canadian,

angry subs not my thing,

i want my subs smiling from ear to ear ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 10, 2017, 12:27:01 PM
reiner (aka the 'loon')  :D

I signed up yesterday too.  Never subscribed to a signal service before so this is a first for me after many years of EAs and some systems (with mostly disappointment).  I like your positivety and 'green pip' outlook but temperered with words of warning about risk and periods of DD. 

No big-headed bragging (well limited anyway  :D) like the others, butwith a good sense of competition against your fellow signal provider peers to be the best.

I've gone with Simple Trader with the EA on my VPS and it does seem quite a slick operation.  I chose a multilier of 0.86 rather than 1 as I see your master account is in EUR and mine in USD.

If it goes well, you will have a lot of happy subs and will make a nice little packet on the side for your hard efforts.  I hope you can avoid all the dire questioning that I see on the SFE PA signal thread (MQL5 site).

Most of all I wish you (and us humble followers - no pun intended ) the very best going forward...

One more thing - do we have to call you 'sir' or anything?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 12:43:41 PM
reiner (aka the 'loon')  :D

I signed up yesterday too.  Never subscribed to a signal service before so this is a first for me after many years of EAs and some systems (with mostly disappointment).  I like your positivety and 'green pip' outlook but temperered with words of warning about risk and periods of DD. 

No big-headed bragging (well limited anyway  :D) like the others, butwith a good sense of competition against your fellow signal provider peers to be the best.

I've gone with Simple Trader with the EA on my VPS and it does seem quite a slick operation.  I chose a multilier of 0.86 rather than 1 as I see your master account is in EUR and mine in USD.

If it goes well, you will have a lot of happy subs and will make a nice little packet on the side for your hard efforts.  I hope you can avoid all the dire questioning that I see on the SFE PA signal thread (MQL5 site).

Most of all I wish you (and us humble followers - no pun intended ) the very best going forward...

One more thing - do we have to call you 'sir' or anything?

just wait till i post my weekly update later when the trading day is over, this will be the best you ever read anywhere no understatement, and i am not joking one bit.

yes simpletrader is the cats meow, i already submitted a few improvements so it will get even better. showing total sub numbers for each signal in marketplace being one of them. helps finding a good provider much easier, is fully transparent that way also.

mq i have withdrawn, and myfxbook as well just yesterday. myfxbook i will resubmit after i have come up with a more tailored strategy for them.

so make sure to peek in later and print it out, put it under your pillow so it really sinks in your head how to find a truly profitable system.

there multiplier i believe crosses over correct, ask their support.

thanks much for having joined my signal, i will do my best to deposit green pips in your account.


and no sir needed, i am down to earth living very humbly. and nothing pretty much can offend me, so any criticism bring it on anytime.........................

the news coming up, first paragraph in red, pay close attention mr g. f.
its in your honor.................

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 10, 2017, 03:10:51 PM
I'm more often concerned by someone getting to that point where they're angry about losses. not disappointed, actually angry. To me, if you ever get actually angry over losing money, it means you have way too much on the line and you're trading well outside of your risk tolerance.
Amen to that!  Anyone who is in to Forex, or any kind of investing for that matter, needs to have this burned into their heads:

"If you ever get actually angry over losing money, it means you have way too much on the line and you're trading well outside of your risk tolerance."

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 03:19:53 PM
compu,

there is even much more to consider in addition to what you just highlighted.

you shall see later ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 10, 2017, 03:30:53 PM
compu,

there is even much more to consider in addition what you just highlighted.

you shall see later ;)
Sounds good.  Looking forward to reading it!   ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 10, 2017, 05:01:22 PM
No the copier doesn't not account for the conversion in currency. It was a feature planned at least 2 years ago to be finished. which tbh 2 yes was the last time any input was put into simpletraders copier system.

Good luck with the suggestions I would be too hopeful anything will be taken on board.

Whilst I'm a user an a client of simpletraders, the copier and signal side of nick's business has not been part of their focus for quite some time, since moving to mam structure.

After having just used signal start for the first time I'm now of the opinion it's the better copier.

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 05:13:29 PM
No the copier doesn't not account for the conversion in currency. It was a feature planned at least 2 years ago to be finished. which tbh 2 yes was the last time any input was put into simpletraders copier system.

Good luck with the suggestions I would be too hopeful anything will be taken on board.

Whilst I'm a user an a client of simpletraders, the copier and signal side of nick's business has not been part of their focus for quite some time, since moving to mam structure.

After having just used signal start for the first time I'm now of the opinion it's the better copier.

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

hmm, that be quite sad if indeed the signal side is being ignored. i always thought he is looking for talent, gee i read this many many times all over that he is looking for good traders.

yes signalstart has its advantages as well, i know.

man you sure popped my balloon just now, if this is in fact his viewpoint.

his underlying technology i sure do like a lot, but that being said if its being neglected, then that leaves the door open for a new signalprovider with a more progressive approach. gee i might look into that myself. i am sure that myfxbook does quite well with autotrade.

so i will have a pamm coming online at some point as well, but i was hoping that signals is still something viable.

if there is no longer any interest, that be fine with me too. i make enough to make my living already, in addtion to having some private clients.

the number of subs i already have is quite allright for just having gone live a week ago. but i do already know how much time it takes with questions and all. if this is simply not worth my time, i will certainly make changes.

i am also in the process of tailoring a strategy for myfxbook, and we shall see how that goes sometime next year.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 10, 2017, 06:28:32 PM
No the copier doesn't not account for the conversion in currency. It was a feature planned at least 2 years ago to be finished. which tbh 2 yes was the last time any input was put into simpletraders copier system.

Good luck with the suggestions I would be too hopeful anything will be taken on board.

Whilst I'm a user an a client of simpletraders, the copier and signal side of nick's business has not been part of their focus for quite some time, since moving to mam structure.

After having just used signal start for the first time I'm now of the opinion it's the better copier.

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

hmm, that be quite sad if indeed the signal side is being ignored. i always thought he is looking for talent, gee i read this many many times all over that he is looking for good traders.

yes signalstart has its advantages as well, i know.

man you sure popped my balloon just now, if this is in fact his viewpoint.

his underlying technology i sure do like a lot, but that being said if its being neglected, then that leaves the door open for a new signalprovider with a more progressive approach. gee i might look into that myself. i am sure that myfxbook does quite well with autotrade.

so i will have a pamm coming online at some point as well, but i was hoping that signals is still something viable.

if there is no longer any interest, that be fine with me too. i make enough to make my living already, in addtion to having some private clients.

the number of subs i already have is quite allright for just having gone live a week ago. but i do already know how much time it takes with questions and all. if this is simply not worth my time, i will certainly make changes.

i am also in the process of tailoring a strategy for myfxbook, and we shall see how that goes sometime next year.
First off, I would not read too much into this.  First of all, the SimpleTrader copier works very well and has for a long time.  It's like most things it gets updated frequently if there are issues or room for improvement.  At some point it's very good and needs little if any updating.  If you have some issues that really need attention, I would talk directly to Nick about it.  This is only my opinion as a long time SimpleTrader client.  Please don't stop your signal or signals for minor issues, but if there's a major issue like the email/phone alerts issue you mentioned, then I would speak directly to Nick about it because he can tell his programmer to work with you to get it fixed.  And again this is just my opinion as a SimpleTrader client and a subscriber to your signal.  When you do add a PAMM, I hope you will go with a hybrid one that offers more flexibility/control for investors.  And I also hope you will keep the signals going as well so we have multiple choices to use your signal in a way that best fits our trading mentality. 

Regarding user support, it's great that you are helping people, but I haven't needed any help and I don't think anyone that's been around Forex for very long should need any help.  So maybe at some point you just put in your signature "Here is a link to the FAQ for my signal: xxx.xxx.xxx" and that's it.  If they need more support than that, then they probably shouldn't be on a signal anyway and they need to study and learn more before doing so.  I think the people that need more support are probably the same ones who will over leverage and complain when there are losses. Just something to think about...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 06:45:04 PM
compu,

i had no issues at all from you guys = donna as far as i can tell. but trust me i had a lot of work to get all taken care of plus forums and all, and this in addition to my weekends being spend analysing.

but this is something i dont mind since discovering my method earlier this year, i become obsessed scraping every pip out of the market. my system simply gets better every week almost.

my alarm issue i am quite confident i found a workaround, so far not quite there yet, but soon i think.

a few days ago i decided to offer mexican, pasta, chinese and so on signals, to maybe lighten the load on me, so people can strictly decide on forward only results without me saying squad about strategy used.

so for the time being i march ahead, no worries i want to make green pips for you guys.

next year there will be big changes...............................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 10, 2017, 07:29:37 PM
Live long and "we", prosper!  :D


Have a good weekend,  Reinerh.
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 10, 2017, 07:31:12 PM
a few days ago i decided to offer mexican, pasta, chinese and so on signals, to maybe lighten the load on me, so people can strictly decide on forward only results without me saying squad about strategy used.
Now you're making me hungry!  :-)  lol!   Serious though, the variety of signals sounds good.  :-)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 08:08:42 PM
Live long and "we", prosper!  :D


Have a good weekend,  Reinerh.
HumbleTrader

u too humble,

my goal is that all your accounts shall show higher equity by year end then it does today october 11th.

all my live accounts rely on the same set up, and i want some x mess presents too ;)

and to make sure you get there, read my little thing later, ah the suspense, i feel it in the air...............

till later guys
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 08:37:49 PM
finally here it is.............

weekly update :

this weeks update i firmly believe turned out to be a true masterpiece, i am not kidding.

i spend a lot of time and effort into drafting this weeks update.
 
i took great care trying to come up with a way to explain everything in the most simple and easiest to understand ways = in plain english in how to find a truly successfull profitable strategy.
in addition to this weeks results, seen towards the end.

sure hope it was worth my time for you guys and maybe it gets printed out and read over and over, i firmly believe you will learn the most in a long time by reading the below:


paypal donations accepted at link below, just joking :)


so latest news from my side and a little education thrown in as well :

as some of you probably read i was super super excited to enter the trader competition on simpletrader.

only to find out, that the trading competitions rules noboby could understand, including myself, they were simply archaic.
needless to say i withdrew my application right away.

so moving on,

for the evaluation of any traders potential, meaning providing profitable results, or analysing a signal to subscribe to, as well as evaluating whatever pamm, or investmend fund, or ea (robot), one simply has to look primarely only at one single set of numbers, yes thats all whats needed.

monthly gains achieved in % , and the dd in % = (pain endured along the way)  to get there.

yes pain, because its very painfull to watch looking at your account and seeing either your equity slowly evaporate or seeing your equity well below the balance. after all only your equity buys your groceries.

so the ratio here is the key........................................no more no less


its just as simple as that. there simply isnt some wizzbang formula needed at all, its as simple as can be, meaning the monthly gain divided by dd is what counts.
 
even the total gains achieved are irrelevant and even more importantly dont get blinded by them or even worse yet loose all your senses. ala dreaming about ordering that new ferrari after a week of joining whatever signal, see warning at the bottom.

meaning higher gains only means higher risk was employed. but the ratio as seen in the above formula will always equate to the profits you actually can make.

please see attachment below which illustrates what numbers to look for.

then of course there is a few more factors to consider, total account duration, the longer its lifespan equals more trust of course as well as a number of other details.
 
but one big one to watch out for and worth mentioning is the updating frequency of myfxbook. many, especially grid traders, countertrend or even worse yet marti strategies hide their true running dd often by delaying or simply stopping the update, in order to hide whatever massive dd encountered. it will simply never show up in statistics later,  as long the account somehow magically managed to survive.

but clearly the most important rule is applying the simple stated formula i gave above for evaluating the profit potential and then decide for yourself wisely, before jumping on whatever signal or investing in whatever investment fund.
 
please look around at some of the most popular providers you can find on simpletrader and simply apply my above stated formula and decide what is the most intelligent choice for yourself.

but also try staying away from systems which show a wonderfull looking smooth equity curve, and even when my formula above pencils out well for said system. it can still very well be that the total gains achieved in its lifetime are very meager. so this is actually also something to watch for, that the underlying system actually is capable of producing reasonable profits.


but if you still insist and so choose and simply want to throw your hard earned money out the window, martingale strategy comes to mind, please tell me which window i need to watch ;)


in summary,

so just for kicks try finding a signal where the monthly gains are larger then the monthly dd values, good luck in your hunt.

most all my accounts will do that easily, see all of them in link below my signature. a few currrently several times above 1 and any system which can produce above 1 sure deserves everybodys attention, including mine even when it is a competitor i will take a good hard look myself.
 
my challenger account currently shows 9.01 which is bound to go lower since it just had a good run and is a very new account, i named it challenger for a reason, please keep watching it evolve.
 
and again i want to emphasise once more very important fact regards all my systems.

none are martingale, or grid of any kind, also no counter strategy will ever be used, the underlying principle always being the trend is your friend. and most importantly all my key strategies never have any positions open over the weekend and there is a very important  reason for that.

and in addition, all of this is achieved with the least amount of underlying risk, always smallest lots used to reach whatever underlying strategy calls for.

so dont expect to make a lot in broker rebattes :)

but i also want to point out this is not a money printing machine, trading needs to be seen as a long term endevour.  there will be dd periods along the way. so far ever since going live with impulse we were lucky as heck to only have made headway, but sitting at the current equity highs always makes me a bit nervous.

so do not ever run above risk 1, you have been WARNED.

this btw applies to whatever signal you subscribe to, please see trading as a long term endevour. there is simply no short cut, or you be the one crying.

by my conservative calculations, this impulse signal as it is currently being run and markets permitting will yield in excess of approx 150% in capital gains a year, try getting that from your local bank :)

and back one more time regards my warning to not run above risk 1,
 
if my or any other strategy of a competitors signal fails for whatever reason, you simply cannot afford to give all your profits back, which can happen very very fast, if running a higher risk multiplier then the signal master,
 
you now have been WARNED A SECOND TIME.

but rest assured i will keep a very close watch on the markets going forward, my well over 10 vps running 5 platforms each supply me with boatloads of data to analyse every weekend.

so looking very much forward ending this month of november with hopefully good results again. i see major events coming up which should yield good results for this month of november.
 
also impulse the core strategy did historically very well over the holidays in december.
but there will be things to watch out for, which will be announced well ahead of time.


results this week on impulse : 195 green pips, subscribers most likely above my results,

please post them but only in pips or percentage gained, or both, no $$ numbers please.


the impulse master btw broke through 1000% total gains achieved this week and this from may 24 of this year to now, that account started with 15k.

one final note regards email i send to all :

my issue regards alarms has been heard and is being forwarded to the developers and hopefully adressed soon.

another suggestion i forwarded to the higher ups is showing total sub numbers for each signal in the marketplace to be clearly seen.
 
this in turn helps finding a good provider much easier, its fully transparent that way also.

in addition this entices all providers to strive to reach their full potential, its a competition essentially since my goal is to become number 1.

oh and today a very helpfull member of  simpletraders support stuff, arturo, just told me about a mail forwarding feature built into gmail which fixes the issue for me. and i am sure a little bummed since he is obviously smarter then me ;)

but i am gratefull to no end that i will have my quality sleep back, thanks to arturo.

if you have ever any issues with the underlying technology of simpletrader, dont hesitate to contact them, their support is the best there is.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 10, 2017, 09:32:16 PM

oh, on the other forum it looks much more dramatic,

since i was able to change the colors where its needed.

so have a good weekend u all :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 12:31:55 PM
Lol. I cannot believe it! That is the very strategy I have been following over the the past 5 months, except that I scam for individual currency pairs in a certain strategy looking for at least five consecutive wins within each month. No matter, I have since added another great signal, "Impulse" ;), which is sure to add to my overall success.

Thanks again, Reinerh.  Have a fantastic weekend.

Regards,
HumbleTrader 8)

dont cut out any symbols on my signal humble, you need them all the way its run. even so a few might turn out red, the majority should be green.

impulse is run with only the best of the best = pairs.

so keep fingers crossed for another green week hopefully :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 11, 2017, 01:18:52 PM
Lol. I cannot believe it! That is the very strategy I have been following over the the past 5 months, except that I scam for individual currency pairs in a certain strategy looking for at least five consecutive wins within each month. No matter, I have since added another great signal, "Impulse" ;), which is sure to add to my overall success.

Thanks again, Reinerh.  Have a fantastic weekend.

Regards,
HumbleTrader 8)

dont cut out any symbols on my signal humble, you need them all the way its run. even so a few might turn out red, the majority should be green.

impulse is run with only the best of the best = pairs.

so keep fingers crossed for another green week hopefully :)

No worries, Reinerh, some successful signals, get the royal glove  ;)  especially if they are known to deliver an abundance of green pips.

Keep grinding the stats. :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 11, 2017, 02:12:32 PM
Hi Reiner,

I just read through the all night 'battle' on the other forum and your note that you are now stopping your signal.

Well, this is very disappointing if it is the case.  Perhaps you were tired when you made this decision and let the negative comments get to you.

For what it's worth I agree with what ccj stated - i.e. you should not let the comments get to you.  Essentially from my analysis, folks on there kept asking why your account wasn't tracker record verified on MyFxBook and you didn't give them a straightforward simple answer so they turned on you calling Impulse a scam and fishy.

All it would take to silence them would be to verify the account, or give a reason why you preferred not to (e.g. worried about trades being copied or something) rather than pointing to other accounts that aren't verified by other traders and essentially side-stepping a simple answer.

I think the best plan is to just stay off that forum as much as possible and let your trades do the talking.  I'd just signed up and I'd like to stay to see those promised green pips.

Have a rest, take a break and re-evaluate after the weekend.

All the best to you.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 02:21:12 PM
ruairy,

you might not have seen my last post over there, but reading through the entire sequence of events you will see why i made that decision = no more signals.

my dignity simply only allows me to take so much,

i was bound and determined to eventually become the best trader/signal they ever had on their platform.

but i had to accept defeat and will be moving on..............

but to all current subs no worries i will most certainly honor my responsibility till the subscription ends.

and also hopefully deposit more green pips in your accounts before its over.

anybody care to read, here is the link,

https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/signals-from-simpletrader-network/92243-impulse-signal
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 11, 2017, 02:33:15 PM
ruairy,

you might not have seen my last post over there, but reading through the entire sequence of events you will see why i made that decision = no more signals.

my dignity simply only allows me to take so much,

i was bound and determined to eventually become the best trader/signal they ever had on their platform.

but i had to accept defeat and will be moving on..............

but to all current subs no worries i will most certainly honor my responsibility till the subscription ends.

and also hopefully deposit more green pips in your accounts before its over.

anybody care to read, here is the link,

https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/signals-from-simpletrader-network/92243-impulse-signal

I just read about it; this is stunning news!

Reinerh, PLEASE, do not take such rash decisions. You don't need to be on any forum to argue the efficacy of your signal(s), let your signals speak for themselves. If anyone has been fighting scammers it is me, but that is because of their "scamming/scheming" insistence that their signal(s), can be trusted even though their signals continuously lose subscribers money. You have nothing to be ashamed off, your signals have been profitable "end of story", let the results speak for themselves.

Please reconsider, a number of us have placed much faith in you, don't let us down.  :(

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 11, 2017, 02:33:53 PM
Well this is just disappointing. I don't care about finishing out the month; I wanted to follow your signal indefinitely. I don't see why you'd react this way by letting these people get under your skin. Why not just ignore it and let the results do the talking?

This seems silly to me. Step back and take a breath. If you're letting this dictate how you proceed, then obviously it would also effect how you trade for us. That's bad for you and bad for us and just quitting seems like a silly path to take. Why not just back away, wash your hands of the fools and stick to trading? You know why we here trust you and that's why you have good subs. Isn't that enough to focus on?

seriously. Think of why we trust you and how that is so madly disconnected from that forum fight.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 02:42:01 PM
Well this is just disappointing. I don't care about finishing out the month; I wanted to follow your signal indefinitely. I don't see why you'd react this way by letting these people get under your skin. Why not just ignore it and let the results do the talking?

This seems silly to me. Step back and take a breath. If you're letting this dictate how you proceed, then obviously it would also effect how you trade for us. That's bad for you and bad for us and just quitting seems like a silly path to take. Why not just back away, wash your hands of the fools and stick to trading? You know why we here trust you and that's why you have good subs. Isn't that enough to focus on?

seriously. Think of why we trust you and how that is so madly disconnected from that forum fight.

canadian,

i did not arrive at this decision lightly, i was bound and determined to rise to the top.

please read all what i wrote over there, what i posted in link above.

and no worries my trading will not be affected in anyway by this till the pay period is up.

i simply dont need the extra income, my dignity and health are much more important to me. and i still have a responsibility for my son as well.

so rest assure i will keep taking care of your account as best i can trying to make more green pips.

to top it of, as you see somebody over there accusing me being a scammer.

i simply had enough...........................................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 11, 2017, 02:53:05 PM
As I have just posted on the other forum (as "withnail"), I am so disappointed to hear this news. Please reconsider - at least for those who have already subscribed  :(.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 11, 2017, 02:54:16 PM
Well this is just disappointing. I don't care about finishing out the month; I wanted to follow your signal indefinitely. I don't see why you'd react this way by letting these people get under your skin. Why not just ignore it and let the results do the talking?

This seems silly to me. Step back and take a breath. If you're letting this dictate how you proceed, then obviously it would also effect how you trade for us. That's bad for you and bad for us and just quitting seems like a silly path to take. Why not just back away, wash your hands of the fools and stick to trading? You know why we here trust you and that's why you have good subs. Isn't that enough to focus on?

seriously. Think of why we trust you and how that is so madly disconnected from that forum fight.

canadian,

i did not arrive at this decision lightly, i was bound and determined to rise to the top.

please read all what i wrote over there, what i posted in link above.

and no worries my trading will not be affected in anyway by this till the pay period is up.

i simply dont need the extra income, my dignity and health are much more important to me. and i still have a responsibility for my son as well.

so rest assure i will keep taking care of your account as best i can trying to make more green pips.

to top it of, as you see somebody over there accusing me being a scammer.

i simply had enough...........................................

I understand where you're coming from but this is simply not a warranted reaction. At least, not in my view. Ultimately it's up to you to determine what you will and will not tolerate so of course I bear you no ill will for your decision; that'd just be silly on my part. What I'm trying to say though is that allowing the peanut gallery to trounce you and crush you is akin to being beaten to a pulp by a toddler. You shouldn't let that happen to yourself.

Ultimately, I hope you see value in continuing your signal service and ignoring the rabble rousers, but if you cannot, then you shouldn't be offering a signal anyhow as it will simply have a horrid affect in your own quality of life, and man...life's too short for that.

Again, I hope you reconsider or even just change your signal to an invitation only service. Maybe that'd be a better approach. I dunno, I just don't want to to see it disappear. I consider this a noteworthy loss for all of us.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Eric on November 11, 2017, 03:04:51 PM
I agree - at least for those who are already with Reinerh. I appreciated his guidance in the past and he did help me and save me from scammers. Some of us know him and talked to him, even privately in my case well BEFORE he offers his signals and I was really waiting for it. He knows it as helped me. Please reconsider Reinerh, at least for those who are in. Thanks!

As I have just posted on the other forum (as "withnail"), I am so disappointed to hear this news. Please reconsider - at least for those who have already subscribed  :(.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 11, 2017, 03:25:03 PM
ruairy,

you might not have seen my last post over there, but reading through the entire sequence of events you will see why i made that decision = no more signals.

my dignity simply only allows me to take so much,

i was bound and determined to eventually become the best trader/signal they ever had on their platform.

but i had to accept defeat and will be moving on..............

but to all current subs no worries i will most certainly honor my responsibility till the subscription ends.

and also hopefully deposit more green pips in your accounts before its over.

anybody care to read, here is the link,

https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/signals-from-simpletrader-network/92243-impulse-signal

I just read about it; this is stunning news!

Reinerh, PLEASE, do not take such rash decisions. You don't need to be on any forum to argue the efficacy of your signal(s), let your signals speak for themselves. If anyone has been fighting scammers it is me, but that is because of their "scamming/scheming" insistence that their signal(s), can be trusted even though their signals continuously lose subscribers money. You have nothing to be ashamed off, your signals have been profitable "end of story", let the results speak for themselves.

Please reconsider, a number of us have placed much faith in you, don't let us down.  :(

Regards,
HumbleTrader

May I suggest, "close it down", stop reading ANY posts, go for a walk, spend some time with yourself and son and don't visit this subject for at least a day. I know how it feels inside and how it burns- ITS JUST A BUNCH OF TEXT ON A FLAT SCREEN, look around you, that is the true world, not the world of the internet.
REST!

See you MONDAY.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 11, 2017, 03:25:30 PM
I was really saddened to see the mess at the other Forum! :(

I want to add my voice to those call for you to continue offering a Signal. I can understand your not wanting to stay at ST, but please seriously consider what some others have suggested. That is stay at ST because it probably is the best, but NO forum activity there. It simply is not necessary - many other providers don't post there and have lots of followers. If others continue to post about you just ignore it. Don't even look at the forum.

If someone using ST wants to ask you something there is of course the Contact Provider method at ST.

If there is no way that you can stay at ST please at least continue with Signal Start. There are many of us that believe in your system and really want to continue to follow your signal.

Good luck Reiner!

Cheers,
Rod

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 11, 2017, 03:28:52 PM
many other providers don't post there and have lots of followers.

What he said. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 11, 2017, 04:34:46 PM
I said it earlier before as well, 'step back from the forums and get rest and let your results speak'. I run a successful business and take complaints too serious most of the time but I always try to learn from it and move on.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: impifx on November 11, 2017, 05:18:52 PM
I don't write much, but now I have to.

Reiner, don't do this please. I have subscribed to your signal and have really confidence in it. Many others obviously as well.
Ignore the stupid posts in the other forum and continue the signal please.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: deathlord on November 11, 2017, 07:02:43 PM
That's great ... one of the reasons why I don't like all these different services and platforms. Way to many intermediaries who can screw things up.

Schade drum ...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 07:13:21 PM
alles undankbare vollidioten......

the camels back has been broken,

but looking at my live accounts brightens my spirits immensly,

life goes on, live and learn, moving on.

sitting presently at a tiki bar on the beach, life is good :)

my spirits are clearly far away from broken....
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 11, 2017, 07:20:50 PM
And I have capped my afternoon with a wonderful Greycliff cigar as I gaze at the sea...sadly lamenting that I have been denied the opportunity to trade with you because some malcontents got to you. The world ain't fair man.

Even when life is good, it still ain't fair.  :-\
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 07:39:18 PM
after reading all the bullshit this morning, my blood pressure went over 200.
it dawned on me how much time sweat and tears I put into this, and then having to call it quits after just 10 days....

yeah, life clearly aint fair :(

but rest assured the market spirits have already been called upon to wipe out mr dcrps live accounts.

I firmly believe in karma......
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: deathlord on November 11, 2017, 07:41:35 PM
Well, I dedicate my post #1000 to karma  ;D

Anyway I am sure you will keep your fellow members from df informed of any future endeavors you might be planning.  :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 11, 2017, 07:48:31 PM
Indeed we'll be keeping our ears to the ground to listen for your footsteps reinehr. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 11, 2017, 08:44:34 PM
humble and compu,

i am not selling out to anybody, no worries there.

and i sure have not started the signal one week with the intention to take it away shortly thereafter.

and being picked up and or getting taken seriously by big investors/institutions requires serious trade history with me having a long road ahead of me. so that is still wayyyyyyyyy out in the future.

pipmonster, institutional and 10%, these accounts only purpose is to showcase what my manual system can do in real time going forward. meaning anybody can just simply follow along and see it unfold. i think most of these accounts are verified already as well.

but since i have been accused of being a loon i might just delete them. i most certainly did not want to cause any bad feelings one way or another.

my underlying reasoning to show these is that i thought it would give people hope for one, that there are indeed good traders/systems out there, and furthermore being inspired to possibly grab the bull by the horn and learn to trade themselves.

me too have been inspired by good traders myself along my fx journey over and over, and especially seeing accounts which do well has always given me a real a kick in my hiney to get there someday.
viper, sfe, thales, titan, lucky pound............just to name a few.

so the signal is here to stay, but if my intention with pipmonster, institutional and 10% is misunderstood and or leads to bad blood, they will simply go bye bye.

i also need to tell you guys that my manual strategy requires boatloads of work every weekend, and is based on my i think well over 10 years of trading experience by now. its been a mighty long road to perfect it, with many many sleepless nights along the way and has cost me huge amounts in time and money over the years, and is still being refined every month on my well over 10 vps i currently have running.
so one can easily see what kinda of data sets i have to crunch through, in addition to coming up for a tradeplan every week.

as far as complimenting signals of mine,

that would be newstrading, but that one does not copy well so far, the other being trendtrader, meaning both are totally non correlating.

so have a nice weekend u all,

cheers


ps, see pic attached results manual, please pay close attention to the low trade count, and holding time duration and total lots traded. all green pips btw.
and no trickery whatsover..................


and i sure have not started the signal one week with the intention to take it away shortly thereafter.



I for one, will hold Reinerh,  to his word; that he IS NOT , going anywhere. I don't give a damn,  what others say or have said. A man's word should stand for something!

You are stuck with us Reinerh and those who have shown good faith and signed up with you deserve your continued successful trading. We are in for the long run and you are stuck with us!😉

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 11, 2017, 09:30:31 PM

some of you guys by now might think i am some sort of a drama queen.

this cannot be farther from the truth, i simply hate drama and run the opposite way when i see it in real live.

and i most certainly did not need that, and when my character gets attacked with utter ignorance and stupidity thats where i drew the line in the sand.

i hope you guys took good note of all my postings over there, i believe you will learn the most you learned in a very long time.

and you also will clearly understand what lead up to my decision.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:01:25 AM
so here is the latest regards simpletrader.

i have been banned........................

so currently i cant tell if my trades will keep coming anymore next week, i might be forced to send you all a full refund.

its simply out of my hands now.



Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 12, 2017, 12:03:38 AM
So does that now mean that I should request a refund? I was charged just this morning for one month but if you are banned then does that not mean that it is now impossible for you to honor our current subs?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 12, 2017, 12:04:50 AM
What?!?!? You have got to be kidding me.... it’s a shame because I really like their copier system, but their forum is a different matter... jeez



so here is the latest regards simpletrader.

i have been banned........................



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Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:07:34 AM
So does that now mean that I should request a refund? I was charged just this morning for one month but if you are banned then does that not mean that it is now impossible for you to honor our current subs?

i have not a clue, i am simply banned.

you guys better ask simpletrader, i am ready to send your refunds at a moments notice, no worries.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 12:14:49 AM
They banned an active signal provider from their platform without communicating with the subscribers? What the epic jesus crunch is that?!?!?!?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:19:17 AM
They banned an active signal provider from their platform without communicating with the subscribers? What the epic jesus crunch is that?!?!?!?

i am soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

done, never again everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

i always had a great joy in helping anybody along the fx journey, but i will now retreat for good.

will leave all forums and never look back, i simply had enough of this.

my health is much more important to me then a few subscription dollars.

i wish you all the best....................

if i need to refund you all please drop me a pm or email and i will do so right away after i get confirmation my trades are also banned.

i will try to ask simpletrader support first thing when the market opens.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 12:26:36 AM
Well I really don't think your withdrawal from signal provision makes a lot of sense but ultimately that's your decision. I'm just astonished by the drama and unprofessional nature of that platform. I don't get that at all that they ban you. That's just complete and utter bullpuckey.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 12, 2017, 12:31:37 AM
Wow what a crock of s#!+

How unprofessional,

Like others I don't think you should fully pull out of signal but like also said that is upto you and you only,

Either way it's clear to stay away from simpletrader as a platform at least,

Shocked you banned...

Well like others I'm a happy camper with you, lost for words as too all the B's other the other place, just wow



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Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:38:38 AM
i wont get banned here at least :)

but my subscribers are of my concern, since i am out of the loop now.

fidelitas is gone, i am back to myself.

accounts gone dark too, except the signal one of course.

but expect me coming in here extremely rarely since i will retreat from now on.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 12, 2017, 12:46:48 AM
I have not read the other forum and don't plan to so from a completely unbiased stance I have to express surprise that Nick the business man did not reign in the offending moderator and contact you immediately by phone to assuage the concerns. If I had a company rep getting into a personal conflict that could jeopardize my business or personal reputation then I would take steps to isolate it and make sure the blame was on the individual at the center of it, unless, that is unless I fully agreed with that representatives position. So what is Nick doing about it with just one more day before trading begins? Don't politicians and businessmen normally do this to save themselves?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 01:15:39 AM
Well, they claim you're not banned so what's up with that?

Honestly Reinerh, I think you took things over in that other thread way too personally and you shouldn't have let that get to you, but if it did there's not much we can do to make you feel better and well treated, right? It's a conflict that boiled over, and now we're all kinda hard done by it which is unfortunate.

I think you've dealt with some tough public relations lessons here and maybe you're just not well prepared to be a signal provider that wants to be as engaged and transparent with his subs as you'd like to be. When I was in car sales years back, I remember someone telling me that I had a difficult customer coming in that was kinda stupid and self important to which I said, "that's fine, I can deal with stupid people." A pause followed, and the guy talking to me eventually said, "....no you can't. You're Terrible at dealing with stupid people." We both laughed, but it reminded me that day to bite my tongue and let my own feelings slide for the sake of doing good business.

You don't need to offer a signal for a living, so no need to worry yourself over it but muh man, I think you let yourself and us down here. You got emotionally wrapped up in some pretty empty criticisms that could have been pretty easily ignored or dealt with, but instead you've been deeply hurt by them. That's too bad. too bad for you and certainly too bad for us.

Sorry to hear you're retreating man. I hope you come back at some point because as I said before, nothing in that thread over there has anything at all to do with why you're respected by the users and contributors here. We all think you're a good trader, and you excited us with the promise of being able to trade with you. Like I said before, this is a notable loss for us here.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 01:21:20 AM
yupp, the bann is removed.

just checked this moment i was able to get in, till 5 minutes ago i sure was not able to do so.

i was rejected from logging in.

and i can post as well i just verified that too............................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 02:05:31 AM
canadian,

i am sure you read all what was written there.

so if you been attacked like that, think about this for a moment, let it really sink in..............

calling upon nick for an investigation and so on.

you honestly would have carried on, gimme a break...........

i dont think so ??

and yes i feel sorry for people who placed hope in me no question.

but i also already looked well ahead into the future, and i can assure you that somebody would have blown their account rather soon, like david123 wanting to run impulse along i think 2 others signals. when i clearly explained in my weekly update regards underlying strategies only the trader can know that.

i simply cant help these people. read how i tried to explain it over and over, i might as well talk to a tree in my back yard, the tree would have understood me more clearly.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 02:11:09 AM

canadian,

i am sure you read all what was written there.

so if you been attacked like that, think about this for a moment, let it really sink in..............

you honestly would have carried on.

i dont think so ??

and yes i feel sorry for people who placed hope in me no question.

i already looked well ahead into the future, and i can assure you that somebody would have blown their account rather soon, like david123 wanting to run impulse along i think 2 others signals. when i clearly explained in my weekly update regards underlying strategies only the trader can know that.

i simply cant help these people. read how i tried to explain it over and over, i might as well talk to a tree in my back yard, the tree would have understood me more clearly.

Oh no no, I gotta disagree with you full stop man. I would absolutely have carried on. It's like when i was being called a scammer here in this forum. I carried on with offering my input and explaining myself despite that very act itself drawing some negative attention my way and as I said earlier, I'm not even a seller of a product. In your situation, I may have stopped offering my signal on that specific platform, but even that I think would be pretty madly doubtful.

If you see yourself as a sort of saviour of these people's trading accounts, you're going to suffer from a god complex for which you've no justification. Someone is overtrading their account using your signal among others. Fine. You warned them repeatedly, so why are you further concerned? They're an adult, treat them like one and accept that they make different choices than you.

I really don't understand why you're taking all of this so personally. It doesn't make sense to me and I certainly would not at all make the same decision...which is why it doesn't make sense to me. Like I said, it's ultimately your choice so I hope you don't perceive this as my trying to talk you into something, though i think it'd be great if you reconsidered. But would I have done the same as you, I can absolutely say I wouldn't have, no.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 12, 2017, 02:18:23 AM

canadian,

i am sure you read all what was written there.

so if you been attacked like that, think about this for a moment, let it really sink in..............

you honestly would have carried on.

i dont think so ??

and yes i feel sorry for people who placed hope in me no question.

i already looked well ahead into the future, and i can assure you that somebody would have blown their account rather soon, like david123 wanting to run impulse along i think 2 others signals. when i clearly explained in my weekly update regards underlying strategies only the trader can know that.

i simply cant help these people. read how i tried to explain it over and over, i might as well talk to a tree in my back yard, the tree would have understood me more clearly.

Oh no no, I gotta disagree with you full stop man. I would absolutely have carried on. It like when i was being called a scammer here in this forum. I carried on with offering my input and explaining myself despite that very act itself drawing some negative attention my way and as I said earlier, I'm not even a seller of a product. In your situation, I may have stopped offering my signal on that specific platform, but even that I think would be pretty madly doubtful.

If you see yourself as a sort of saviour of these people's trading accounts, you're going to suffer from a god complex for which you've no justification. Someone is overtrading their account using your signal among others. Fine. You warned them repeatedly, so why are you further concerned? They're an adult, treat them like one and accept that they make different choices than you.

I really don't understand why you're taking all of this so personally. It doesn't make sense to me and I certainly would not at all make the same decision...which is why it doesn't make sense to me. Like I said, it's ultimately your choice so I hope you don't perceive this as my trying to talk you into something, though i think it'd be great if you reconsidered. But would I have done the same as you, I can absolutely say I wouldn't have, no.
I agree with Canadian. People attack you because they think that they are correct and if you go into hiding then as far as they are concerned they were right and even worse, you make it appear that you were hiding something. The way to prove people incorrect is to allow for time to pass and build a track record that becomes evidence that no one can disprove.

And furthermore, when you become a signal provider you have to already have anticipated the possibility of disappointing a few people and also must have realized that certain people will over trade their accounts but with others profiting safely the evidence is there.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 02:22:01 AM
See, like right now the mod' in that other forum is continuing to call your character into question and I question why that matters to you. It has nothing to do with your trading and your accounts can speak for themselves. Why can't you just ignore that and carry on? Maybe offer some kind of rebuttal and offer users the opportunity to simply judge for themselves and move on. If a year from now we're all in green pips and that mod missed out, isn't that an ultimate kind of vindication? And if so, did his posts matter at all?

Running and hiding, as BNB points out just above just validates your detractors. Withdraw if you must. I mean, a stressed out signal provider isn't gonna help anyone in the end; but if you can see your way to ignoring that which is rightly ignored, it'd sure be nice if you decided to not let these people so easily get under your skin. I think that'd be the better course.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 02:37:06 AM
See, like right now the mod' in that other forum is continuing to call your character into question and I question why that matters to you. It has nothing to do with your trading and your accounts can speak for themselves. Why can't you just ignore that and carry on? Maybe offer some kind of rebuttal and offer users the opportunity to simply judge for themselves and move on. If a year from now we're all in green pips and that mod missed out, isn't that an ultimate kind of vindication? And if so, did his posts matter at all?

Running and hiding, as BNB points out just above just validates your detractors. Withdraw if you must. I mean, a stressed out signal provider isn't gonna help anyone in the end; but if you can see your way to ignoring that which is rightly ignored, it'd sure be nice if you decided to not let these people so easily get under your skin. I think that'd be the better course.

i much rather focus on making green pips for the remainder for you all.

look this drcp dude, is hired and paid for by nick, so would you not think he should have at least a little bit a clue about things.

my simpletrader days are over, and signals as well, i am truly very sorry this was simply too much.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 02:44:29 AM
And that's my point. You should just focus on trading and ignore that stuff. Like, again...no idea why this even matters to you so much.

Well, here's to hoping you come back at some point and do what you set out to do. I feel pretty let down, but this is your deal man. No one can force you to trade for others...actually forcing someone to trade for them would probably be disastrous lol. But yeah, I'm pretty disappointed and I think you overreacted, but you can only do what you think you're capable of.

Too bad I guess. Hope you reconsider.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 12, 2017, 02:44:54 AM
See, like right now the mod' in that other forum is continuing to call your character into question and I question why that matters to you. It has nothing to do with your trading and your accounts can speak for themselves. Why can't you just ignore that and carry on? Maybe offer some kind of rebuttal and offer users the opportunity to simply judge for themselves and move on. If a year from now we're all in green pips and that mod missed out, isn't that an ultimate kind of vindication? And if so, did his posts matter at all?

Running and hiding, as BNB points out just above just validates your detractors. Withdraw if you must. I mean, a stressed out signal provider isn't gonna help anyone in the end; but if you can see your way to ignoring that which is rightly ignored, it'd sure be nice if you decided to not let these people so easily get under your skin. I think that'd be the better course.

i much rather focus on making green pips for the remainder for you all.

look this drcp dude, is hired and paid for by nick, so would you not think he should have at least a little bit a clue about things.

my simpletrader days are over, and signals as well, i am truly very sorry this was simply too much.
Well it seems you are not emotionally cut out for the responsibility to trade other peoples money or to deal with the public relations aspect of running a business so it is best to do your own thing. I wish you the best and I guess you will go quiet on this thread now too since it was only here to promote your signals.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 02:52:10 AM
yes bnb, my baby has been killed, its very regretful but i have to accept that.

i sure appreciate your and everybody elses support for me.

next year sometime late i will have my pamm going it will be public, and i am striving to have something on autotrade as well, earlier next year.

will keep you all updated for sure.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 02:54:55 AM
No chance you'll keep your signal-start option up n running?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: ccjhuang on November 12, 2017, 02:59:45 AM
Have to agree with others that you seem to be taking all the comments too personally and you have become too emotional about the whole thing. It also makes me wonder if your trading would be affected by your emotions if you continue to make the signal public. Some people are good traders but their performance start to deteriorate as soon as their signals are open to the public and criticism start to come in...

I wish you all the best and at least continue the great trading for yourself. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 03:11:11 AM
cj,

my trading wont be affected one bit, its strictly non emotional = mechanical data driven approach.

i will post new links when i have them set up next week, no account will be verified anymore except signal account till subs expire.

having you guys look at them will keep me inline to not screw up.

canadian, no i am done. next year i will have something, will update..................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 03:14:42 AM
That's too bad. I think you'll have some difficulty instilling confidence in us because of this very emotional shut down that you've taken to here. You'll have to consider that this will likely be cause for some doubt regarding whether or not you'll suddenly pull out of a future signal or shut down a PAMM. Just something I think you'd do well to keep in mind.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 03:24:59 AM
That's too bad. I think you'll have some difficulty instilling confidence in us because of this very emotional shut down that you've taken to here. You'll have to consider that this will likely be cause for some doubt regarding whether or not you'll suddenly pull out of a future signal or shut down a PAMM. Just something I think you'd do well to keep in mind.


my results next year will deliver quite convincing arguments, you shall see.

and i need to say this once more, this was not my intention at all to quit. you have no idea how much money i am out in time and all. this was a huge hit to me in $$$$$$

i was bound and determined to become number 1 on simple, but i clearly failed beating the ignorance.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 03:33:56 AM
I'm sure your numbers will be very good and convincing. I've no doubt of that, but as I consider what's happened here over the past couple of days, I'll have to ask myself what will prevent you from emotionally changing your offering as you have here. Like I said, I think you've let us down because I certainly didn't attack you; the vast majority of your subs (if any of them at all) didn't attack you...and yet you've decided to get upset and abandon us because you faced some public criticisms from persons who obviously haven't even subbed to your signals.

So where does that leave us in the future? Will we subscribe to you once again; perhaps put money int a PAMM just for you to get on a forum, get upset again and pull out? I'm sorry man, but I don't think you've conducted yourself in a way here that instills any faith that you will be able to actually execute any offer you have for us, no matter how good the offer is. I really wish you'd just ignore the drama and focus on trading for as us you got us all excited that you would. Instead you're telling us that your feelings are hurt, and that you don't want to do it anymore. Sorry, but that doesn't make me feel like I'd want to buy any of your product in the future.

Edit: As I think about it, I think the only way you will be able to preserve your credibility is by revisiting this offer and building a record with subscribers to show that you can actually take your offering and execute it over the long term. As it stands right now, all you have here is a record of offering something really cool, and just ripping it out from under us just as it got started. In my personal opinion, you have to work to repair that before you can credibly offer something else. Maybe i'm wrong here but that's how I see this situation.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 12, 2017, 05:03:37 AM
So, you are going back on your word and letting down a lot of good people just because some idiots were spewing garbage about you?  And these idiots aren't even subbed to your signal?  You have to have thicker skin than that.  I can promise you, you will have drama when running a PAMM as well.  I've been in a couple of PAMMs and I've seen the drama.  That's another reason I stay away from PAMMs now. 

I will be offering my own signal at some point and I have already learned by watching what just happened with you.  When I start a signal, I will not be participating in that forum and probably no other forums except maybe this one.  I might ask Nick to start a thread for me over there that is read-only, except for me so I can publish updates and won't have to go there to see a bunch of nonsense.   I will publish a FAQ for everyone and if I get a good/legitimate question I will add it to the FAQ.  If someone doesn't understand after reading the FAQ or has negative things to say, then they can simply not sub to my signal or if they are already on it, they can drop it.  Very simple.  Why should I care what they think?  I know my system is good, if they want to sub, do it.  If not, don't do it.  Freedom of choice.  I'm certainly not going to argue with anyone about my system.

I think you are a very good trader.  And I can only say that about very few people I have run across in my 14 years in Forex.  It's very sad to see you quit over words said by some idiots who aren't even subbed to your signal.  I agree with the other guys here that by quitting you are only confirming (in the idiot's minds) that they were right. If you were the bigger man and a professional, you would carry on trading, ignore the forum completely, and let them look like complete fools when they see how successful your signal has been after 6 months.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 12, 2017, 10:40:42 AM
Reiner,

I agree with what the other guys are saying (on here, not over there!).  I am very disappointed too to have the signal withdrawn and I've not even had my first trade through yet.

I was very keen to give this a try after all the dire warnings you issue about everything else in here that I seem to be using!  It's a shame that you have taken away the opportnity to try something that you obvously believe to be the cat's pyjamas.  And I was quite excited to have this opportunity to be in something good.

If you had answered the simple question that you were asked about account verification and not mysteriously side-stepped it then none of this overblown nonsense would ever have happened.  That just set those guys off over there as they could not understand why your were being so secretive.  Perhaps that refernece account is one of those scam cent accounts that you speak of - I don't know and neither do they because it wasn't verified and you did not give them a straight answer.  In itself this was an insignificant thing to you as you know the reason behind it and believe in yourself and your system, but to strangers looking in they could not understand why you would not verify the account or answer the question, so they turned on you with suspicion (and unprofessional comments for a mod of a commercially-related forum).

What a waste of time and effort for everyone concerned.

Could you please post the link to the signal of that Finbou / Thales chap that you were praising if there is one.  I'd like to have a go at second best if possible!

Thanks.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 11:02:02 AM
So, you are going back on your word and letting down a lot of good people just because some idiots were spewing garbage about you?  And these idiots aren't even subbed to your signal?  You have to have thicker skin than that.  I can promise you, you will have drama when running a PAMM as well.  I've been in a couple of PAMMs and I've seen the drama.  That's another reason I stay away from PAMMs now. 

I will be offering my own signal at some point and I have already learned by watching what just happened with you.  When I start a signal, I will not be participating in that forum and probably no other forums except maybe this one.  I might ask Nick to start a thread for me over there that is read-only, except for me so I can publish updates and won't have to go there to see a bunch of nonsense.   I will publish a FAQ for everyone and if I get a good/legitimate question I will add it to the FAQ.  If someone doesn't understand after reading the FAQ or has negative things to say, then they can simply not sub to my signal or if they are already on it, they can drop it.  Very simple.  Why should I care what they think?  I know my system is good, if they want to sub, do it.  If not, don't do it.  Freedom of choice.  I'm certainly not going to argue with anyone about my system.

I think you are a very good trader.  And I can only say that about very few people I have run across in my 14 years in Forex.  It's very sad to see you quit over words said by some idiots who aren't even subbed to your signal.  I agree with the other guys here that by quitting you are only confirming (in the idiot's minds) that they were right. If you were the bigger man and a professional, you would carry on trading, ignore the forum completely, and let them look like complete fools when they see how successful your signal has been after 6 months.

compu,

you are clearly a professional like me with what you just said above. i am very gratefull that you posted this for all fellow traders to see.

as i can clearly see my short stint in trying to get my signal business of the ground has helped you already. at least me entering the lions den over there was of some benefit.

i been in touch with a few more like you, some who already have a signal, and one who has not, and i am sure they all have benefited as well from this debacle. and funny thing, these professionals also admired my results which i expressed towards them as well since some of them have also good systems just like me.

furthermore you simply have no idea how much support i received from the people who have subscribed to me, i was simply astonished.

and yes, once my public pamm will be established there will be a few who will complain during the inevitable dd period. but rest assured they will all be smiling at some point, just as my current private investors already do. i simply get no complaints whatsoever from them. they simply trust in my ability to trade and provide them with reasonable profits.

also there will be clear entry requirements for anybody wanting to join my pamm, again it will be laid out in the clearest terms what they can expect, but in return i will have them sign that i wont ever be restricted in my trading.
and this all will be on my yet to be launched web site where i am in full control. and not in a million years would i ever hire somebody as incompetent as you have seen.

i get no satisfaction in blowing peoples accounts, this was never why i decided to publish signals. the signal description for example i tried to make as clear as i possibly could make it, yet somehow it was a total mystery to people i encountered on simpletrader.

the one guy wanting to run my signal in addtion to who knows how many others on his live account i am sure would have lead to the inevitable kaboom. i warned him biggggggg time to not subscribe to mine since i did not want to be any part of that.

i take great pride in my results, and get the most satisfaction from folks who express their gratitude towards me, all the while smiling from ear to ear.

and thats the bottom line, as simple as that. nothing brings me more pleasure then seeing/hearing from happy customers.



Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 12, 2017, 11:16:29 AM
nothing brings me more pleasure then seeing/hearing from happy customers.

Can you please tell us how we can become happy customers? lol :D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 11:35:55 AM
Reiner,

I agree with what the other guys are saying (on here, not over there!).  I am very disappointed too to have the signal withdrawn and I've not even had my first trade through yet.

I was very keen to give this a try after all the dire warnings you issue about everything else in here that I seem to be using!  It's a shame that you have taken away the opportnity to try something that you obvously believe to be the cat's pyjamas.  And I was quite excited to have this opportunity to be in something good.

If you had answered the simple question that you were asked about account verification and not mysteriously side-stepped it then none of this overblown nonsense would ever have happened.  That just set those guys off over there as they could not understand why your were being so secretive.  Perhaps that refernece account is one of those scam cent accounts that you speak of - I don't know and neither do they because it wasn't verified and you did not give them a straight answer.  In itself this was an insignificant thing to you as you know the reason behind it and believe in yourself and your system, but to strangers looking in they could not understand why you would not verify the account or answer the question, so they turned on you with suspicion (and unprofessional comments for a mod of a commercially-related forum).

What a waste of time and effort for everyone concerned.

Could you please post the link to the signal of that Finbou / Thales chap that you were praising if there is one.  I'd like to have a go at second best if possible!

Thanks.

oh sure, no problem,

here is thales,

the best news trader of all times, to whom i will be eternally gratefull, he is a true master of his craft. and its all fully manually traded.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/finbou/finbou-thales-main/2121852

another one i admire is sam from gloryforex,

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/GloryForex/fxtpamm/1685414


also dont forget sfe, joel is simply one of the best programmers there is.




Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 11:39:27 AM
nothing brings me more pleasure then seeing/hearing from happy customers.

Can you please tell us how we can become happy customers? lol :D

my public pamm is still a year away ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 12, 2017, 11:56:57 AM
Thanks Reiner.

Here's the link 'over tehre' regarding Finbou / Thales.  I'll take a look at that signal and investigate :-

https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/signals-from-simpletrader-network/82265-finbou-com-thales-strategy

As for a PAMM, I started one of those for the Tulip Lolipop disaster - yet another Tulip one.  I definitely prefer the freedom of a signal and I've seen many other comments to that effect.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:14:48 PM
Thanks Reiner.

Here's the link 'over tehre' regarding Finbou / Thales.  I'll take a look at that signal and investigate :-

https://www.forexsignals.com/forum/forum/signals-from-forexsignals-simpletrader/signals-from-simpletrader-network/82265-finbou-com-thales-strategy

As for a PAMM, I started one of those for the Tulip Lolipop disaster - yet another Tulip one.  I definitely prefer the freedom of a signal and I've seen many other comments to that effect.

my upcoming pamm will be a professional one. meaning with strict risk controls in place.

it will also be run in the savest way possible and with the least underlying risk.

my manual system is not quite finished yet , it will only get better.

the signal in its current form has only a portion = the already optimised parts running, meaning the best of the best i so far assembled, it simply morphed into a hybrid, since the core strategy impulse outbreak runs on my signal as well.

have yet to optimise 2 more approaches regards my manual system, and hope to trade them live on my personal accounts within the next 2 weeks or so.

also this week i will post the link to my now dark accounts and you can follow along how they progress.

gee i just noticed something. on top of the thread is a counter how many times its been read.

just last wednesday it had around 4000 hits, its already almost twice that today.

compujock, get your signal finished, you can clearly see how much interest there is ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 12, 2017, 12:30:26 PM
Sorry to spam - here's the main Thales page as the signal is no longer available it seems and it's now PAMM only :-

https://www.finbou.com/thales
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 12, 2017, 12:33:42 PM
That’s correct - no longer available as a signal, even for previous subs.

Sorry to spam - here's the main Thales page as the signal is no longer available it seems and it's now PAMM only :-

https://www.finbou.com/thales



Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 12:36:07 PM
Sorry to spam - here's the main Thales page as the signal is no longer available it seems and it's now PAMM only :-

https://www.finbou.com/thales

the real good ones disappear for a reason, mine included.

and you are no longer spamming, my baby has been killed, which cost me dearly, but down the road it shall pay in the end.

i am now back to being a regular joe :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 01:41:24 PM
Dude, sorry to say but the only one who killed your signal is you. The only person who cost you all the time, effort and dollars was you. If you offer a signal again at some point, I'll consider running it on much reduced risk, but anything else I'll give a pass. I'm pretty unimpressed by how you let people down here. Unfortunately, you just don't seem cut out for this.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 01:52:00 PM
Dude, sorry to say but the only one who killed your signal is you. The only person who cost you all the time, effort and dollars was you. If you offer a signal again at some point, I'll consider running it on much reduced risk, but anything else I'll give a pass. I'm pretty unimpressed by how you let people down here. Unfortunately, you just don't seem cut out for this.

yes i myself took it off, its me who wants to be able to look in the mirror in the morning.

its really pretty basic, and i accept that i have been beat.

i also concluded that a real scammer is seen as some sort of a holly man, see reborn, 2 million pamm bye bye and i could name many more, its just not who i am.

moving on..................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 01:57:57 PM
I don't think anyone sees Reborn as a holy man these days and just losing money doesn't make you a scammer. Some of the best traders in the world have lost their fortunes. That doesn't have anything to do with you and what you've done here.

Moving on indeed. Very disappointing for us all I'm sure.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 02:00:12 PM
I don't think anyone sees Reborn as a holy man these days and just losing money doesn't make you a scammer. Some of the best traders in the world have lost their fortunes. That doesn't have anything to do with you and what you've done here.

Moving on indeed. Very disappointing for us all I'm sure.

just ask the guy who lost the 2 million if it were a single person what he would call him ;)

last post over and out..................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 12, 2017, 02:03:14 PM
I'd call him a bad trader that broke his rules and capitulated to psychological failings. Given your actions here, I'd be worried about the same from you if I'm being quite honest, and it makes me worry about you.

Get some rest old chap. That Tiki Bar sounds like a good idea. ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Eric on November 12, 2017, 02:08:30 PM
This is indeed hard to swallow Reinerh - I cannot believe you would not even consider what we all of us who did support/communicate with for months are saying.

Why not at least consider those who have been with you since day one?  :-\ I do not understand your hard reaction. It looks as if you are "punishing" us all for a very "silly" thing on other forum. Wow. I am baffled reinerh... We are all really....
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 12, 2017, 02:10:29 PM
I'd call him a bad trader that broke his rules and capitulated to psychological failings. Given your actions here, I'd be worried about the same from you if I'm being quite honest, and it makes me worry about you.

Get some rest old chap. That Tiki Bar sounds like a good idea. ;)

Agreed! Reinerh, give it a rest and yourself twice over. You are a good, trusted and respected member here who has earned his badges. I too worry about you as I am sure all members.

Please, as I noted 20 posts ago, take the day off, go for a walk and love the things in life that are important.


Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 02:19:33 PM

yupp, humble,


today its more data crunch time, and more beach later so i am rested for the week ahead.

there is quite a number of red stuff on the fx calendar, maybe the core strategy will strike again.

cya
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 12, 2017, 02:22:28 PM

yupp, humble,


today its more data crunch time, and more beach later so i am rested for the week ahead.

there is quite a number of red stuff on the fx calendar, maybe the core strategy will strike again.

cya

Now that sounds more like the Reinerh, I have come to know.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader :)  8)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: donnaforex on November 12, 2017, 04:28:45 PM
Sorry to read the goings on here. Forex people can be brutal. Internet people can be brutal. Combine the two and you have to be prepared for quite the beating - the ones that end up suffering the most out of it are usually the more genuine ones, though i've tried over the years to reverse this here on our forum.

It might be an idea to find someone that can represent you publicly and answer tricky questions / deal with tricky customers if you decide to start up again, someone that can generally act as a firewall between you and problems like this. You might find a willing and knowledgeable customer even from here that will do this for you in return for a discount/free subscription - there are certainly people on here that can deal with the heat and know enough about forex (and they would find it easier to respond calmly since it isn't 'personal').

Generally, i recommend addressing concerns people raise one by one even if they have been hashed to death a million times already or are just plain ridiculous, and trying to distance your 'personal' self from your 'business' self, as hard as that is.. it is the only way forward.

If you want any help privately, do message me, i have a lot of experience dealing with this kind of rubbish. I'd be very sad if this experience means another genuine person trying to create something good is pushed out of 'business'.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 07:00:24 PM
wow donna, i am blown away you are the last person i would have thought of chiming in here,

considering how much you have on your plate, man please take care of all your stuff primarily vs the forum, you clearly have very limited time left with chris.

i sure appreciate your input here immensly, thanks a million :)

so yes the fx world is beyond brutal. one simply cant win either way.

none or less i can hold my own, rest assured.

where i drew the line in the sand was being called a scammer, calling for an investigation, and who knows what else on simpletraders forum by none other then the forum moderator of all people,
 
see attachment below.

yes the forum moderator, who must be paid for by simpletrader or certainly being appointed by them to oversee the forum.

oh, and i was even banned from their forum briefly, one hour or so before i could get back in.

and that just broke the camels back, being personally attacked by one of simpletraders people.

thats just totally non professional behaviour, since quite honestly i am very proud of my work and want to be able to look in my mirror.

furthermore i can deal with ignorant people up to a certain point, but when i explain that the sky is blue 3 times over, and still get asked one more time what color the sky is, i give up.

at that point i simply could not take anymore.

since first and most importantly i need to trade and secondly i need to look after my private clients primarily besides looking after my own accounts. i have about 500k already hooked up all across, thats a huge responsibility which i take very seriously.

also you have no idea how much time my manual system requires every weekend.

i simply made that tough decision, since i need to focus what counts to me. never in 100 million years did i expect to run into what happened over at simpletrader. my stated goal from the get go was to become their best provider they ever had.

please see attachment below what broke the camels back in addition to bringing my blood pressure to well over 200.

my health is simply more important to me.

so now you have an idea why i called it quits...................

so thanks again donna for chiming in, you are a real sweetie ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 12, 2017, 08:51:11 PM
I agree with Donna. You need a buffer between you and clients, so you focus just on trading. I posted this several times on other forum :) To me that reply from Drcdp you posted is nothing worth stressing.

If you had made loss the first week of offering signal, you would have seen much much worse comments in there than just those 2 guys asked about risk management and myfxbook verification :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Anchorpoint on November 12, 2017, 09:13:45 PM
There is always a huge difference to manage other peoples money versus your own money only. There will always be investors that do not understand the strategy and risk. And people in general is, unfortunately, not very grateful. Meaning that when things are going great/ as planned there will always be folks that find something to complain at. And when things go worse, going into DD periods, there will be storms of complaints and personal attacks. This takes great stamina to withstand and I have seen quite a few traders that derail when the external psychological pressure gets too high. So I think reinerh did the right decision to withdraw from this, otherwise very likely his reactions would have affected his strategy and trading discipline to the worse. 

And I also support the suggestions to build a "firewall" between yourself and the investors should you decide to change your mind and sell your signals.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 09:15:39 PM
I agree with Donna. You need a buffer between you and clients, so you focus just on trading. I posted this several times on other forum :) To me that reply from Drcdp you posted is nothing worth stressing.

If you had made loss the first week of offering signal, you would have seen much much worse comments in there than just those 2 guys asked about risk management and myfxbook verification :)

wait a second,

on one hand i simply could not agree more.

but listen,

we are intelligent people here,

you lets say walk into the learjet dealership ready to plunk down 2 mill for their latest and greatest new model.

then you are saying, you prefer to talk to their janitor to give you all the info about the new airplane you want to buy.

come on, gimme a break, i would want to speak to the most knowledgeable salesman i could possible find.

but one solution compujock came up, read only thats be a sweet way.

btw, i am all ready for next week. checked all my alarms already, the machinery is dialed in for peak performance.

now lets keep fingers crossed for more green pips ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 12, 2017, 09:19:44 PM
I agree with Donna. You need a buffer between you and clients, so you focus just on trading. I posted this several times on other forum :) To me that reply from Drcdp you posted is nothing worth stressing.

If you had made loss the first week of offering signal, you would have seen much much worse comments in there than just those 2 guys asked about risk management and myfxbook verification :)

wait a second,

on one hand i simply could not agree more.

but listen,

we are intelligent people here,

you lets say walk into the learjet dealership ready to plunk down 2 mill for their latest and greatest new model.

then you are saying, you prefer to talk to their janitor to give you all the info about the new airplane you want to buy.

come on, gimme a break, i would want to speak to the most knowledgeable salesman i could possible find.

but one solution compujock came up, read only thats be a sweet way.

btw, i am all ready for next week. checked all my alarms already, the machinery is dialed in for peak performance.

now lets keep fingers crossed for more green pips ;)
Well we can argue these mute points endlessly. I don't call Bill Gates to get new software so the lear jet point is lost on me. And I don't expect to get the boss when I call my ISP to complain about lousy Internet speed. The fact that you are still on here answering every point means that are not easily going to step back. Take a break and don't read forums. Accumulate results period.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 12, 2017, 09:45:46 PM
There is always a huge difference to manage other peoples money versus your own money only. There will always be investors that do not understand the strategy and risk. And people in general is, unfortunately, not very grateful. Meaning that when things are going great/ as planned there will always be folks that find something to complain at. And when things go worse, going into DD periods, there will be storms of complaints and personal attacks. This takes great stamina to withstand and I have seen quite a few traders that derail when the external psychological pressure gets too high. So I think reinerh did the right decision to withdraw from this, otherwise very likely his reactions would have affected his strategy and trading discipline to the worse. 

And I also support the suggestions to build a "firewall" between yourself and the investors should you decide to change your mind and sell your signals.

btw, my bp has since settled, i am at ease again................

all work for the new week done, check.

firewall = read only compujocks idea = good one

i am now brainstorming new ideas, will see what i can come up with.

this month should yield good results looking at the calender, and thats what i am mostly looking forward to now.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 13, 2017, 12:17:04 AM
I wrote a huge long post, (yes omg alot longer than this one....) but have decided to leave it copied to notepad for now, i might post it tomorrow though, for now ill change the post into a couple tiny things,

this is so whilst ill give my opinion below its like like im barking orders

already people opinions are out, an i wont comment on them, i could easily jump on a bandwagon like i also feel let down, but from speaking to you in PM like others do with yourself, i can see, well i feel i can see, your in a hard place right now, at a tough cross roads in your head, and for that reason my large post will not be posted i think for now ill say my piece but keep it simple,

@all posters

clients saying you are letdown, chill, do not rock the boat at this time, he has not gone anywhere yet, your pressure will not help and actually could kill any future vision where reinerh supplies signals, if anything your now morphing into a client from the other site, aka your adding pressure,

To Reinerh, from me to you...  you SERIOUSLY need to take a couple days away from the forum, yes PM all you want, but stop yourself from checking this and especally the other forums thread for a couple days.
and no BS, you can ignore them,

no seriously.... take some days away. your serious followers wont mind,

but i urge you to hold off making a decision now about your signal future,

do not make it on the back of this other forums mess. just never use that platform for a start,

your client base:::

So Clearly you have two clients here:

"dumb money" and a whole spade full of retard elsewhere.
"investors" and genuine people here,

while i reside in both forums, im sure as we speak in PM reinerh you know that im part of the sensible side,

being on this side, it is easy to feel let down, but lets remember, these is no promise here, nothing was said to the effect reinerh "has" to give signals, an also im aware that only pressure made them avaliable now rather than next year, for those reasons, i cannot say reinerh has done me wrong,

yes its disappointing, as i feel reinerh would likely flourish, he is about as real as it gets, an i do believe him to be genuine,

hell he such a good character i went back on my own no signal's rule i started 9 months ago, and joined his signal, so im a believer.
(ive tried maybe 30 sigs, my pnl only improved once i traded for myself only,)(5 years PT, 7 months now fulltime)

why are we joining your signal reinerh?? for once at least for people here i think i can say, to support and watch you, yes YOU, flourish, thats the sad bit, this forum is following because we believe in YOU.
remember that when making a choice, either way you decide,

ill finish by saying

i did warn you about the noobs over there, an i did warn you about that platform development stopping in 2015 in terms of the copier, i never said not to use, as i use them myself, they are good especially support,Nothing i said good or bad is new, "Nick" the owner himself has spoken words to the effect signals are not in their future plans and also he is aware that due to that reason the copier stopped evolving, but i at least tried to give you a heads up,

well i didnt expect this,

first the moderator was just plain wrong, and if i own'd that site id be having a chat, it damages my site if my own admin are off the mark, and also agressive in any way,
take this up with Nick, he does listen,

second, the idiot posters, here is the only place i feel you over reacted, you didnt need to explain over and over, he was baiting you, a single reference for him to check the first post of the thread ONCE was enougth, yes he would of kept on, but even your own followers started protecting you and dealing with him,

the point is, you didnt need to prooved anything over there so i am genuinly a bit sad to see it really goto you,

now maybe you wanted to change the signal world as a whole, and whilst going live youve learnt even the platforms dont care,

well be different, but dont give up,

hell as your know, people i know personally, are already in progress with design and testing copying tech and platforms that will be faster and have more to offer the client than what on the market now, what im saying, is dont let that one platform ruin you and your goals,

did you know reinerh, you can use the other platform but it be "private" so only people you hand the link can join?

instead of quitting, have you though of being different and being the first "selective" signal provider and going invite only?
i suggest this as tbh you have a nice group of clients here that would behave just like your private clients, as "we get it" so no stress, you grow slower but dont deal with the idiots)

donna made a fair point with dealing with clients,
id for you reinerh would be willing to negotiate say a $20 monthly reduction on signal, to be your first line/ all support for your clients, (im working on a deal elsewhere to do exactly this, its not here or that other site, but there is value there, SP's and clients dont mix)
hell im sure half the people in this thread would do the same for you, maybe even free, maybe i would too if load is split (easy way is forward you SP email to your admin, they respond,)

@donna
you ever though of having a verified signal page here for geinuine peeps like reinerh?,

im guessing not for staying netural as a whole,

i only post these idea's "cause it reinerh" signals come and go, but the providers are usually far from our good ole "reinerh" so yeah for you bud, :D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 13, 2017, 12:23:56 AM
also reinerh, why did dave rile you so much,

when he was asking to effect, "so how exactly do you trade" he might of well be saying, can you pdf your strat to me so i can learn it.

remember, a simple max dd, pairs traded, a ballpoint max trades open, and a small rough guide on method used to gain pips,

and THATS IT,

any question more indepth than that, then refer to post no1 if it cannot answer then nor can you

everything else ignore

hope you can see that alot of people who are behind you are not the ones who bring you pain!

:) chin up mate
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 13, 2017, 03:47:29 AM
i am now brainstorming new ideas, will see what i can come up with.
Hey, that sounds promising!  :-) 

this month should yield good results looking at the calender, and thats what i am mostly looking forward to now.
Great!  Looking forward to the coming month of your signals.  And maybe, hopefully longer if a solution can be figured out. 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 13, 2017, 03:58:52 AM
hell he such a good character i went back on my own no signal's rule i started 9 months ago, and joined his signal, so im a believer.
(ive tried maybe 30 sigs, my pnl only improved once i traded for myself only,)(5 years PT, 7 months now fulltime)
Same here!  The last signal I used was Viper.  But, I've been signal free for a couple years now.  Just doing my own trading.  Reiner's trading brought me back to trying a signal as it's just too good to pass up!  My profits are way up after trading for myself as well.  I was hoping to use Reiner's signal to diversify my trading and add another source of income.  I will be very bummed if a way can't be figured out for Reiner to continue for us, but I do understand it's completely up to Reiner, and I certainly don't want to see anyone suffer. 


Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 13, 2017, 04:04:32 AM
did you know reinerh, you can use the other platform but it be "private" so only people you hand the link can join?

instead of quitting, have you though of being different and being the first "selective" signal provider and going invite only?
i suggest this as tbh you have a nice group of clients here that would behave just like your private clients, as "we get it" so no stress, you grow slower but dont deal with the idiots)
Hmm...  That sounds like a very good idea!  Some of your other ideas were good as well. 

Reiner,
I'm fine with leaving SimpleTrader and joining whatever signal service (private or otherwise) you want to use, if that is a workable solution for you.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 13, 2017, 10:13:32 AM
guys im confused. if i have a signal start signal? is it active? or stopped being traded on? Or trades until the end of this month?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 13, 2017, 10:33:42 AM
guys im confused. if i have a signal start signal? is it active? or stopped being traded on? Or trades until the end of this month?

no worries, i will fullfill my end of the bargain till expiration.

so yes you will be getting trades, and all trades always closed before weekend also, so i wont lock you in.

but i simply need to regroup, my spirits are far from broken.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 13, 2017, 02:09:47 PM
here is what i been thinking so far,

you guys have simply no idea how much support and great ideas i received, my mailboxes lit up like
x mas trees.

for now my baby is dead but,

read only as proposed by compujock, is one brilliant idea.

better yet, have me taken out of the picture entirely, meaning having an intermediary in front of me, i have already been approached by 2 people proposing this.
and trust me on this one, if i go this route, it will be a person with a brain.

then, mamm pamm route of course as well is a good way so i can trade as i wish.

so thats how far i made it till today, more brainstorming coming....................

but for now and most importantly i need to focus 100% of my energy on trading, so that my subs make back their fees plus whatever.

furthermore i want everybody to read my update from last week again, how to find a truly profitable system, this is the best read you ever seen, i can guarantee that. see page 11 bottom

apply it wisely in your future decision making progress while looking for whatever system to invest in.

i have taken quite a bit of fire from my competitors for that particular update, so i hope it was not in vane.

also if i forgot to reply to somebodys email, my sincere apology i might have missed one or 2, i simply got to many...............................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on November 13, 2017, 02:53:21 PM
hell he such a good character i went back on my own no signal's rule i started 9 months ago, and joined his signal, so im a believer.
(ive tried maybe 30 sigs, my pnl only improved once i traded for myself only,)(5 years PT, 7 months now fulltime)
Same here!  The last signal I used was Viper.  But, I've been signal free for a couple years now.  Just doing my own trading.  Reiner's trading brought me back to trying a signal as it's just too good to pass up!  My profits are way up after trading for myself as well.  I was hoping to use Reiner's signal to diversify my trading and add another source of income.  I will be very bummed if a way can't be figured out for Reiner to continue for us, but I do understand it's completely up to Reiner, and I certainly don't want to see anyone suffer.
Same here also, I had not used a signal in more than_years. Well I can't even remember but is was Viper perhaps 4 or 5 years ago. I would have to check if it is even that old but that shows you how long it has been and what it took for me to get on-board here. Wading through the sea of failed signals is endless. You can hardly find them over 12 months old with any decent stats. The top ones on any list are usually only a few months old and likely to be shooting stars. So I was excited to support your efforts. I also might add that I haven't even posted much these past few years until this topic lit up.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 13, 2017, 03:10:24 PM
hell he such a good character i went back on my own no signal's rule i started 9 months ago, and joined his signal, so im a believer.
(ive tried maybe 30 sigs, my pnl only improved once i traded for myself only,)(5 years PT, 7 months now fulltime)
Same here!  The last signal I used was Viper.  But, I've been signal free for a couple years now.  Just doing my own trading.  Reiner's trading brought me back to trying a signal as it's just too good to pass up!  My profits are way up after trading for myself as well.  I was hoping to use Reiner's signal to diversify my trading and add another source of income.  I will be very bummed if a way can't be figured out for Reiner to continue for us, but I do understand it's completely up to Reiner, and I certainly don't want to see anyone suffer.
Same here also, I had not used a signal in more than_years. Well I can't even remember but is was Viper perhaps 4 or 5 years ago. I would have to check if it is even that old but that shows you how long it has been and what it took for me to get on-board here. Wading through the sea of failed signals is endless. You can hardly find them over 12 months old with any decent stats. The top ones on any list are usually only a few months old and likely to be shooting stars. So I was excited to support your efforts. I also might add that I haven't even posted much these past few years until this topic lit up.

there is a specific reason why most all systems die, i already have written a long article on that subject, not posted yet.

i had a solution already incorporated into all my strategies. none or less, mine might fail too at some point, all i can is hope for the best, keep fingers crossed and recognize that if the day comes and then subsequently pull the plug in time before giving all profits back.

when you look on mq and a system shows up as over 90% algo traded and it becomes oversubscribed it becomes a clear target to the liquidity providers. they can lock on to you like a cruise missile..................................

this is also the reason why the really good systems are never offered to the public.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 13, 2017, 03:40:36 PM
Reiner,

I hope the jet skiing was enjoyable, fresh air and water in the face and all that - revitilsation of the soul...

Your's is the first signal I've ever subscribed to - period.  Having it taken away before the first trade has even hit my account was very sad and I have to tell you, mightily irritating because I had real belief in it.

As you may have seen on the EZE thread, Donna is going out of her way to accommodate Chris' current subscribers and doing so under immense pressure and at a rather difficult time.

Get some perspective on things and forget about all percieved stresses and ills brought about by a short war of words on an internet forum that in the grand scheme of things, means absolutely nothing.  I know you felt it was a direct attack, but your skin had been thickening up nicely as you said.  Perhaps its thick enough now after this little tester.

The important thing for me was that I thought I was going to have someone to follow and make a few quid along the way to make my life / family life a little bit better.

I'm still subscribed to your signal on ST but I can move if it will still be available elsewhere - please let us know if that will be the case.  Don't come back with an immediate response on this - leave it until the end of the current signal cycle.

I hope you can look back on this and laugh at the total insignificance of it all in a day or two, or a month - whenever!

A little girlie catfight in the ether and nothing more (if I may be so bold).  Forget it my friend.  As David Lee Roth atests:

So, here's two rules I got for you
Great ones for living under
First, don't sweat the little shit
Second is, there ain't no other


(https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/davidleeroth/nobigting.html)

Continued green pips to you, and to us subs - somehow I hope.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 13, 2017, 09:35:37 PM
Yes I agree with pretty much everyone here. I read through that other chat reinerh on forex signals. Man... that ain't nothing. I get called worse than that on a daily basis at work! I guess I am emotionally tougher than you (and probably physically to ; - kidding).

As much as i like having a signal (so I can mix) if i were a provider of any sorts, if i am perfectly honest I would do a PAM in a heart beat over a signal. Just because i would be paranoid of people stealing it. You just remove so so much drama and it seems what respected or really good signals end up doing anyways. Signals seem like a nice "gateway" venue for good vendors. But i do like signals, and have actually really liked signal start as my first time using them with you.

I am in a PAM right now with a program called Brava Fund (you can see the most history of it here https://www.myfxbook.com/portfolio/brava-fund-v2-updated-algo/1210418). I did not want to. I tried to get it as as signal for a long time (and offered to pay an attractive monthly signal fee), but they would not budge. Finally I gave in, and now I get it in a hybrid PAM. I trade it at 3x risk and I put my own hard stop loss of of -24% on it INSIDE the Hybrid PAM. Each month as it makes money (or loses) I then ADJUST my hard stop loss so I can use it sort of like a trailing stop. It works wonderfully. This is an investment joint account for me and a family member.

I then have my OTHER accounts that I run a mish-mash of signals, EAs, and manual trades on. The main difference here is that i have to split this up now. But it is not the end of the world for me at all. Its actually nice not having to worry much about the PAM one since i set my stop losses.

While my mish-mash accounts give me heart attacks on an AT LEAST weekly basis LOL. But I still enjoy them ;) and they are my learning projects and excitement of course.

So don't get me wrong I prefer the signal. But if it comes down to a PAM or nothing, please consider using a hybrid one. Or just offer a few options. Hybrids and normals. If you continue with a signal - even better! Either way, I will be happy to join in whatever format and I hope you return with a vengeance.

Don't let internet trolls rain on your parade. Have some thick skin and focus on what matters most which is making pips! I know it is easier said than done as internet trolls can really annoy a person (and it sounds like they really did to you). But just shrug them of. Most have nothing better to do and lead fairly sad lives if this is what they focus their energy on.

Best of luck and I hope we get some future fidelitas back in our lives!

I only received one basket of trades. But it was a nice basket ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 13, 2017, 09:36:30 PM
guys im confused. if i have a signal start signal? is it active? or stopped being traded on? Or trades until the end of this month?

no worries, i will fullfill my end of the bargain till expiration.

so yes you will be getting trades, and all trades always closed before weekend also, so i wont lock you in.

but i simply need to regroup, my spirits are far from broken.

Sorry just to confirm, do you mean that we will get trades until our subscriptions expire? And then, it stops? or you will continue? Sorry just not understanding clearly.
Thx
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 13, 2017, 09:44:13 PM
guys im confused. if i have a signal start signal? is it active? or stopped being traded on? Or trades until the end of this month?

no worries, i will fullfill my end of the bargain till expiration.

so yes you will be getting trades, and all trades always closed before weekend also, so i wont lock you in.

but i simply need to regroup, my spirits are far from broken.

Sorry just to confirm, do you mean that we will get trades until our subscriptions expire? And then, it stops? or you will continue? Sorry just not understanding clearly.
Thx

it will stop after your sub expires, then no more trades.

i will try to come up with a new battleplan for next year, and will most certainly give my best to end at equity high......................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 13, 2017, 10:11:20 PM
well after 5 years, im shutting down my last account over that other place,

im a man of principle, and as far as im concered, forcing a person to reveal private info in a public space, not once but repeatedly, last week into this week, AND the fact said person is a mod, AND the owner then had a chance to diffuse but still went to town on reinerh, well they can go f them selves,

i do not and will never support bullies, even if its just words in a forum. when said words are from a "super mod" and the "owner" it carries weight with it,

im impressed reinrh youve kept so calm, im fuming tbh

a new low,
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 13, 2017, 10:25:52 PM
dup,

my blood pressure was spiking over 200 a few days ago when this all transpired,

i sure was infuriated biggggggggggggg time myself. the most unprofessional treatment i ever received anywhere.

so far i sure been considering myself as a straight shooting fairly intelligent human being, and i think i tried to help as much as i could over the years. but i sure think i did not deserve this what i experienced over there.

my goal was to become their best provider they ever had eventually, and make people some much deserved profits, i was literally chased away with a baseball bat over there. so much for nick saying he is looking for talent, yeah right he is.

now even cj sfe is even calling me as having a  physc disorder, thanks cj.......................

its very much appreciated, you stinkin little .......................

you can kiss my you know what..............shall the market spirits treat your accounts accordingly.

man forex is one screwed up place, i sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo had it.

no more posts from me till friday = update

i am finished..........................................

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 13, 2017, 10:28:37 PM
im at about 200 now mate :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: ccjhuang on November 13, 2017, 10:44:21 PM
dup,

my blood pressure was spiking over 200 a few days ago when this all transpired,

i sure was infuriated biggggggggggggg time myself. the most unprofessional treatment i ever received anywhere.

so far i sure been considering myself as a straight shooting fairly intelligent human being, and i think i tried to help as much as i could over the years. but i sure think i did not deserve this what i experienced over there.

my goal was to become their best provider they ever had eventually, and make people some much deserved profits, i was literally chased away with a baseball bat over there. so much for nick saying he is looking for talent, yeah right he is.

now even cj sfe is even calling me as having a  physc disorder, thanks cj.......................

its very much appreciated, you stinkin little .......................

you can kiss my you know what..............shall the market spirits treat your accounts accordingly.

man forex is one screwed up place, i sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo had it.

no more posts from me till friday = update

i am finished..........................................

Sorry reinerh....I have deleted that post. If your blood pressure goes that high it really is not good for your health :(

I was just saying I think you have some of the traits according to my observations, not you really have the disorder...some of your posts do seem a bit narcissistic to me though...once again, I am sorry if you feel offended but I really didn’t mean any offence  :-[
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 13, 2017, 10:48:14 PM
The SuperMod Drcdp has apologized - twice!

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 13, 2017, 10:49:48 PM
im at about 200 now mate :)


"no more posts from me till friday = update" = GOOD CHOICE, REINERH!  :)

i am finished.......................................... = You are not finished by any stretch of the imagination. Take the time to reflect and find quiet.

1- Anyone can get on the Internet and hide behind a pseudonym and act and behave like an ass. I cannot understand why you have allowed these clowns to get to you?

2- You cannot collectively punish those who supported you and stood/stand behind you, to prove a point to the idiots who set you off in the first place;  that is a guarantee to them that they were right and you quitting proves their point.

3- Best burn for these idiots at this point, is to work ONLY with your current list of dedicated followers and not allow anymore on board. During this time, they will eat their sh....  as they watch others making money.

4- Don't be a quitter and raise my BP as well.  >:(

Think about it.

Your friend,

HumbleTrader.... don't respond to this until Friday  ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 13, 2017, 10:52:44 PM
The SuperMod Drcdp has apologized - twice!

Cheers,
Rod

about time,

and rod thanks for in a calmer manner re-iterating the point, of the total irrelevance of the master account

people seem'd to calm since you posted, maybe a magic touch
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 13, 2017, 10:58:30 PM
The SuperMod Drcdp has apologized - twice!

Cheers,
Rod

about time,

and rod thanks for in a calmer manner re-iterating the point, of the total irrelevance of the master account

people seem'd to calm since you posted, maybe a magic touch

I hope I started a trend.  :)

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: ccjhuang on November 13, 2017, 10:59:27 PM
I think Rod made a good point that at least the signal account people are following is verified. Whether reinerh verifies his previous master account is really his own choice.

Reinerh, I hope you BP is better now, you need good health to stay in Forex for the long run. :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 13, 2017, 11:00:56 PM
And now Drcdp has given a much bigger apology. It's gracious and seems very sincere.

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: deathlord on November 13, 2017, 11:46:45 PM
Finally he came to his senses ...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 13, 2017, 11:54:19 PM
And now Drcdp has given a much bigger apology. It's gracious and seems very sincere.

Cheers,
Rod

For those who might not know what Rod is referring to; see attached.


Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas- the Rhino has awakened
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 12:35:54 AM
Those who have subscribed to Fidelitas and Impulse, check you platforms... the Rhino is after green pips!  8)


Regards,
HumbleTrader  ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: CanadianPsycho on November 14, 2017, 12:42:16 AM
And now Drcdp has given a much bigger apology. It's gracious and seems very sincere.

Cheers,
Rod

For those who might not know what Rod is referring to; see attached.


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Well that was certainly a positive 360 from Dcrp.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 14, 2017, 04:30:09 AM
And now Drcdp has given a much bigger apology. It's gracious and seems very sincere.
Finally!  It's about time!

So crazy such a little thing got blown up to such an outlandishly giant issue.  Just unbelievable!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 11:10:35 AM
And now Drcdp has given a much bigger apology. It's gracious and seems very sincere.
Finally!  It's about time!

So crazy such a little thing got blown up to such an outlandishly giant issue.  Just unbelievable!

Agreed. Woke up this morning to losses and my subscription renewal canceled. This is U N B E L I E V A B L E !  :-\

Hope he finds his way; years of hard work down the drain.  :-[

Regards,
HumbleTrader

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 14, 2017, 02:03:55 PM
well everyone here has only ever been welcoming to reinerh, but if he still feels he needs to stop providing signals

as much as I agree with all you, an wish that he would still continue,

what else can we do,

good luck Reinerh

 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 14, 2017, 03:15:15 PM
Well,

My first day of trades to report 10 losers unfortunately for -308 pips.

Maybe I will end in profit before my subscription expires!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 14, 2017, 04:21:42 PM
All trading (all good trading anyway) has ups and downs.  If a trader never has downs, you should be very worried!  As no down days means its probably a martingale, grid, or hold and hope strategy and will blow our accounts some day.  So, when we have down days we should be very happy!  :-)   As long as there's more ups than downs in the long run, it's all good.

Thanks Reiner!   Looking forward to more ups and downs.  :-)






Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 04:30:42 PM
All trading (all good trading anyway) has ups and downs.  If a trader never has downs, you should be very worried!  As no down days means its probably a martingale, grid, or hold and hope strategy and will blow our accounts some day.  So, when we have down days we should be very happy!  :-)   As long as there's more ups than downs in the long run, it's all good.

Thanks Reiner!   Looking forward to more ups and downs.  :-)

I think you clearly misunderstood; I have no problem with the ups or downs, Reiherh, himself made it a point to emphasize this.  The concern I am voicing here is that after the current subscription ends, there will be no more ups or downs, for you or for me,  unless you have a private special arrangement.  ;)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 14, 2017, 05:13:46 PM
All trading (all good trading anyway) has ups and downs.  If a trader never has downs, you should be very worried!  As no down days means its probably a martingale, grid, or hold and hope strategy and will blow our accounts some day.  So, when we have down days we should be very happy!  :-)   As long as there's more ups than downs in the long run, it's all good.

Thanks Reiner!   Looking forward to more ups and downs.  :-)
I think you clearly misunderstood; I have no problem with the ups or downs, Reiherh, himself made it a point to emphasize this.  The concern I am voicing here is that after the current subscription ends, there will be no more ups or downs, for you or for me,  unless you have a private special arrangement.  ;)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Sure.  No, I wasn't commenting on or answering anyone in particular.  I meant to just be speaking in general terms.  And maybe I should have worded that better.  :-)   It's just that Reiner has had to deal with so much drama and criticism, I thought he might enjoy seeing someone thank him for losses.  :-)  People (especially that other forum) tend to complain incessantly when losses come (especially the over leveraged ones).
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 05:24:47 PM
All trading (all good trading anyway) has ups and downs.  If a trader never has downs, you should be very worried!  As no down days means its probably a martingale, grid, or hold and hope strategy and will blow our accounts some day.  So, when we have down days we should be very happy!  :-)   As long as there's more ups than downs in the long run, it's all good.

Thanks Reiner!   Looking forward to more ups and downs.  :-)
I think you clearly misunderstood; I have no problem with the ups or downs, Reiherh, himself made it a point to emphasize this.  The concern I am voicing here is that after the current subscription ends, there will be no more ups or downs, for you or for me,  unless you have a private special arrangement.  ;)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Sure.  No, I wasn't commenting on or answering anyone in particular.  I meant to just be speaking in general terms.  And maybe I should have worded that better.  :-)   It's just that Reiner has had to deal with so much drama and criticism, I thought he might enjoy seeing someone thank him for losses.  :-)  People (especially that other forum) tend to complain incessantly when losses come (especially the over leveraged ones).

I agree; this is such a poor form of communication, but when cool heads prevail, the Universe becomes a better place for all. I hope Rein appreciates what I am claiming here, "Cool heads = tranquility".

Have a nice day.  :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 05:38:50 PM
compu or anybody else who might know ???

does anybody know what kind of safeguards myfxbook has in place that trades dont get copied without the traders consent ??

as you all know i am for full transparency but.................

for full verification one has to provide the investor password, so that means anybody could copy it if they have access to their systems, like an employee for example. i am sure they must have some safeguards in place but it always had me worried over the years.

by accident earlier this year i ran across a service redistributing signals from mq en masse. fee was like $ 30 a month and they had lots of mq signals listed.

its kinda funny, i was in contact with a fellow provider who of course had his accounts also fully verified, and that little fact never even crossed his mind.

so just curious if anybody has any insights.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 14, 2017, 05:46:28 PM

compu or anybody else who might know ???

does anybody know what kind of safeguards myfxbook has in place that trades dont get copied without the traders consent ??

since for full verification one has to provide the investor password, so that means anybody could copy it if they have access to their systems, like an employee for example. i am sure they must have some safeguards in place but it always had me worried over the years.

by accident earlier this year i ran across a service redistributing signals from mq en masse. fee was like $ 30 a month and they had lots of mq signals listed.

so just curious if anybody has any insights.

You can verify it with investor password when you choose myfxbook autoupdate. Once it is verified you change it to update via myfxbook EA. Than you can change investor password to something you know only. EA doesn't need investor password, it needs email and myfxbook password and it sends updates every xy minutes you want.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 05:57:05 PM

compu or anybody else who might know ???

does anybody know what kind of safeguards myfxbook has in place that trades dont get copied without the traders consent ??

since for full verification one has to provide the investor password, so that means anybody could copy it if they have access to their systems, like an employee for example. i am sure they must have some safeguards in place but it always had me worried over the years.

by accident earlier this year i ran across a service redistributing signals from mq en masse. fee was like $ 30 a month and they had lots of mq signals listed.

so just curious if anybody has any insights.

You can verify it with investor password when you choose myfxbook autoupdate. Once it is verified you change it to update via myfxbook EA. Than you can change investor password to something you know only. EA doesn't need investor password, it needs email and myfxbook password and it sends updates every xy minutes you want.

hmm, not so sure about this since i read that they log into the server several times a day to verify again that all data is correct, and or if they cant log since the pw was changed now the verification is gone.

so in order to do so they must have the valid current password. that again means they could be logged in continuously.

this is quite the complex issue........................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 14, 2017, 06:00:02 PM
This I don't know, but you can check this easily with demo. If the verification is gone after few days than this is true if not than you can use this for real account :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 06:07:20 PM
This I don't know, but you can check this easily with demo. If the verification is gone after few days than this is true if not than you can use this for real account :)

yupp, thats a very good idea.....................

i have written them today also to find out, i am determined to get to the bottom of this.

i seen so many providers over the years having no verification and that made total sense to me , but from somebody thinking about joining whatever signal, assurance is needed that its not faked thats also clear. so there is a total conflict of interest.

see thales below, non verified at all. and he is a damm good trader.........................

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/finbou/finbou-thales-main/2121852
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 14, 2017, 06:11:22 PM

compu or anybody else who might know ???

does anybody know what kind of safeguards myfxbook has in place that trades dont get copied without the traders consent ??

since for full verification one has to provide the investor password, so that means anybody could copy it if they have access to their systems, like an employee for example. i am sure they must have some safeguards in place but it always had me worried over the years.

by accident earlier this year i ran across a service redistributing signals from mq en masse. fee was like $ 30 a month and they had lots of mq signals listed.

so just curious if anybody has any insights.

You can verify it with investor password when you choose myfxbook autoupdate. Once it is verified you change it to update via myfxbook EA. Than you can change investor password to something you know only. EA doesn't need investor password, it needs email and myfxbook password and it sends updates every xy minutes you want.

hmm, not so sure about this since i read that they log into the server several times a day to verify again that all data is correct, and or if they cant log since the pw was changed now the verification is gone.

so in order to do so they must have the valid current password. that again means they could be logged in continuously.

this is quite the complex issue........................
What opportunis said is what I've done in the past as well.  I haven't had anything verified recently so not sure if things have changed.  If it is continuous login now, then we will all have to figure out how to deal with that...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 07:40:20 PM
compu or anybody else who might know ???

does anybody know what kind of safeguards myfxbook has in place that trades dont get copied without the traders consent ??

as you all know i am for full transparency but.................

for full verification one has to provide the investor password, so that means anybody could copy it if they have access to their systems, like an employee for example. i am sure they must have some safeguards in place but it always had me worried over the years.

by accident earlier this year i ran across a service redistributing signals from mq en masse. fee was like $ 30 a month and they had lots of mq signals listed.

its kinda funny, i was in contact with a fellow provider who of course had his accounts also fully verified, and that little fact never even crossed his mind.

so just curious if anybody has any insights.

Hello, Rein.

What you are asking, " if I understand correctly", is almost impossible.  From the broker providing you the platform to myfxbook and beyond there is always that possibility of someone copying your signal covertly, unless you set up your own service where you distribute your own signal and even there if anyone is savy enought and knows about you from your ISP provider, they can get your signal but that is one for the espionage duds to worry about.  :D

As I have suggested to you earlier,  you should just continue providing your singnal through the services you have been using and don't worry about the rest.  You can vary your name and signal every month for example so that those claiming to copy without your permission will have a hell of a time; just one suggestion.

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 14, 2017, 08:58:52 PM
Reinerh.

Ive always verified and then straight after changed the investor password for my account. About once a year it looses the verification.

I think it's a one time check.

The checks they do on data I assume they download at end of data the broker data. And then verify accounts vs this.

I very much doubt each and every user account is logged into daily and the data downloaded per account.

That's like downloading the exact same data thousands of times

So verify it. Change it.

Use the ea as it only user email and pass

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 09:12:36 PM
Reinerh.

Ive always verified and then straight after changed the investor password for my account. About once a year it looses the verification.

I think it's a one time check.

The checks they do on data I assume they download at end of data the broker data. And then verify accounts vs this.

I very much doubt each and every user account is logged into daily and the data downloaded per account.

That's like downloading the exact same data thousands of times

So verify it. Change it.

Use the ea as it only user email and pass

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

this might not work anymore, see attachment. you cant even show any account anymore publicly without verification. fantastic idea for signal followers = transparent.

but not for anybody concerned about getting copied behind his back. i googled today and read several concerns like mine.

so i cant show any of my other accounts anymore, and the signal one will go dark too after subs are expired.

will look into other publishing sites, mt4i and fxstat but myfxbook sure was my favorite so far.

oh well...................

none or less i will try your approach dupapa, and if that works all is good.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 09:18:22 PM
Well,

My first day of trades to report 10 losers unfortunately for -308 pips.

Maybe I will end in profit before my subscription expires!

below is what ran last night, its profit ratio is almost 2 to 1, see left top.

had increased risk on my private accounts this week also, what can you do.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 14, 2017, 09:33:45 PM
Reinerh.

Ive always verified and then straight after changed the investor password for my account. About once a year it looses the verification.

I think it's a one time check.

The checks they do on data I assume they download at end of data the broker data. And then verify accounts vs this.

I very much doubt each and every user account is logged into daily and the data downloaded per account.

That's like downloading the exact same data thousands of times

So verify it. Change it.

Use the ea as it only user email and pass

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

this might not work anymore, see attachment. you cant even show any account anymore publicly without verification. fantastic idea for signal followers = transparent.

but not for anybody concerned about getting copied behind his back. i googled today and read several concerns like mine.

so i cant show any of my other accounts anymore, and the signal one will go dark too after subs are expired.

will look into other publishing sites, mt4i and fxstat but myfxbook sure was my favorite so far.

oh well...................

none or less i will try your approach dupapa

It should work. Just use autoupdate than change it to EA and this is it. The account should stay verified and being updated by EA from that point on. Try it with demo first, so you test it and than you can try with live account.

Myfxbook hasn't changed anything and they have thousands of accounts and if they would copy someone it would leak out. There are plenty of traders that have over 1k% and if they would copy just a few of them they would be the richest company in the world. Their main profit is from rebates and commercials not from trading :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 09:38:47 PM
oportunis,

i might also that i am a bit too paranoid, it concerned me all these years..................

so i just did that with one account, it showed verified, pw changed now and we shall see................

that sure be one slick way, they still could see trades of course, but updating delayed via ea fixes that problem.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 14, 2017, 10:45:26 PM
oportunis,

i might also that i am a bit too paranoid, it concerned me all these years..................

so i just did that with one account, it showed verified, pw changed now and we shall see................

that sure be one slick way, they still could see trades of course, but updating delayed via ea fixes that problem.

Reinerh, I don't think you are paranoid and as concerned as I am: the larger question is not your signal or my account but how safe is the entire fx system at large:

If hackers can break into all types of secure servers worldwide, imagine the havoc they can cause in the interbank system world over.  Just simply hacking into a currency pair and causing it to move in their favor for only a few pips at a time, they could make trillions over time, without much detection; this, if it has not already been done? (Remember the Libor scandal.)

Of course, this would be another separate topic for discussion.  8)

Sleep well;  it's only money.  :D

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: gpfwestie on November 14, 2017, 11:18:08 PM
oportunis,

i might also that i am a bit too paranoid, it concerned me all these years..................

so i just did that with one account, it showed verified, pw changed now and we shall see................

that sure be one slick way, they still could see trades of course, but updating delayed via ea fixes that problem.

Paranoid is probably healthy, but if you start thinking about it - actually protecting yourself is kind of impossible.

Say I pay for your signal, at some point the trade will need to be made on my MT4 terminal. It would be depressingly simple for me to write an EA which just looked for new trades and forwarded them on - thus I could re-sell your signal (so long as I keep paying the sub).

Someone did this on the other forum (which is what started me thinking about how it was done).

Happy ending though, one of their actual subs noticed the rather 'similar' looking trading history on the site - the duplicate signal got removed and the rightful owner got notified. Score one for honesty !
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 14, 2017, 11:26:03 PM
oportunis,

i might also that i am a bit too paranoid, it concerned me all these years..................

so i just did that with one account, it showed verified, pw changed now and we shall see................

that sure be one slick way, they still could see trades of course, but updating delayed via ea fixes that problem.

Reinerh, I don't think you are paranoid and as concerned as I am: the larger question is not your signal or my account but how safe is the entire fx system at large:

If hackers can break into all types of secure servers worldwide, imagine the havoc they can cause in the interbank system world over.  Just simply hacking into a currency pair and causing it to move in their favor for only a few pips at a time, they could make trillions over time, without much detection; this, if it has not already been done? (Remember the Libor scandal.)

Of course, this would be another separate topic for discussion.  8)

Sleep well;  it's only money.  :D

Regards,
HumbleTrader

You are being over paranoid...

For hackers to benefit from that move they would need to open position at their broker with so much lot sizes it would not be untraceable...

Where would they get money for such a move even? Once you have billions you have only 1:1 leverage... Do you really think hackers would risk that? It is easier to just transfer funds from account to some hidden offshore account than to do whole process of forex trading to get few pips of huge profit... 

Not to mention banks have their own hackers to protect them and also if that would happen all other big players would eat the liquidity up and benefit even more. Forex is not centralised... Please relax and forget about such "nightmares"...

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 14, 2017, 11:30:00 PM
oportunis,

i might also that i am a bit too paranoid, it concerned me all these years..................

so i just did that with one account, it showed verified, pw changed now and we shall see................

that sure be one slick way, they still could see trades of course, but updating delayed via ea fixes that problem.

Paranoid is probably healthy, but if you start thinking about it - actually protecting yourself is kind of impossible.

Say I pay for your signal, at some point the trade will need to be made on my MT4 terminal. It would be depressingly simple for me to write an EA which just looked for new trades and forwarded them on - thus I could re-sell your signal (so long as I keep paying the sub).

Someone did this on the other forum (which is what started me thinking about how it was done).

Happy ending though, one of their actual subs noticed the rather 'similar' looking trading history on the site - the duplicate signal got removed and the rightful owner got notified. Score one for honesty !

yeah i ran across mass redistributed mq signals, ea used with unique inputs for whatever signal.

but it made me wonder, did they subscribe to them all. almost think this was an inside job.

after reading that and already knowing about giving myfxbook my password i got really really paranoid. but we might have a workaround for that dilemma already.

and this mq thing was done out in the open, what goes on underground, nobody knows.

when i punch the trades through to my pamm for example, then i am in total control. and as long the myfxbook solution works.

mt cook also has a pamm hybrid deal going. its signal pamm mamm everything, one stop shopping.

but i dont understand it all yet.

yes oportunis i might worry about nothing, true
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 14, 2017, 11:50:24 PM
I was replying to HumbleTrader :D

Because he was saying someone can hack liquidity provider and cause hell :D

Otherwise Mt. Cook is good. If you need any info I can help, I already helped to open PAM there. They offer a hybrid so you trade your own funds and investors get copied instantly, no slippage. All orders from investors are pooled into one trade. And they can have in different currency also it is already built in solution. Will send you info on your email so you can watch video :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: gpfwestie on November 15, 2017, 12:16:16 AM
Best scam in the world is just to open up as a broker though isn't it ? You get to know exactly who's making money and who isn't. You can bet against the 95% losers, and go with the 5% winners !

Also, totally legal. Anyway, a bit off topic !

I'm subscribed to 2 PAM/MAM's as it goes, and one is via MT Cook, the other via IC Markets.

The IC Markets one gives me an MT4 investors login, so I can run an MT4 terminal on a VPS and update my personal MyFxBook - thus I know exactly what trades are open, lot sizes, drawdown etc etc in real time - but the lot size is a fixed % based on my capital.

The MT Cook one is more flexible - i can change the lot size, (to a maximum specified by the owner). But I don't have an MT4 login, so I am reliant on what MT Cook report. Frankly, I have little idea what's going on day to day with them so I have to trust the signal provider (though he keeps that Mams MyFxBook completely open, and it updates every 5 minutes).

I like both, but I do have 12 times more $ in the IC Market account - mainly I just like to be able to see all the trades.

As others have said, I hope you reconsider the signal - it looked really promising and I was seconds from subscribing before everything happened.

Gary
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 12:20:52 AM
everything still on the table gary......................

restart relaunch will be with virgin accounts.

have about 5 new ones so far all running different set ups.

gary you seeing trades again leaves the option to copy of course, mt cook not possible.

gee so many approaches........
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: gpfwestie on November 15, 2017, 12:49:50 AM
everything still on the table gary......................

restart relaunch will be with virgin accounts.
gary you seeing trades again leaves the option to copy of course, mt cook not possible.


I'm glad you're still leaving your options open, 12 Months history on the virgin accounts would work great.

The guy I follow with most of my money, I don't think he could care less if anyone copied him. It would take me minutes to copy it - and would save me $300 a month in commission.

But why would I risk a 2% per month profit for a few hundred dollars ?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 12:59:42 AM

yes 12 months is what nick said as well, and this does give a prospect client a good average.........

short time frame accounts show crappy as heck, and i am still having issues coming up with the best weighted set up myself since lowest dd is my goal seen over a longer timeframe.
and what i am really struggeling with is to not show too much profits in % terms.

so just this evening i assembled yet another one to run forward.

plus by end of year i hope to have the remaining 2 approaches done, my manual is basically 3 parts.

exciting times...............
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 15, 2017, 01:01:39 AM
Mt Cook PAMM is regulated in Vanuatu though.... no confidence in that  ::) (I know they’re opening up an ASIC entity soon but no idea if the Hybrid PAMM will - or could - be switched over to that).

I was replying to HumbleTrader :D

Because he was saying someone can hack liquidity provider and cause hell :D

Otherwise Mt. Cook is good. If you need any info I can help, I already helped to open PAM there. They offer a hybrid so you trade your own funds and investors get copied instantly, no slippage. All orders from investors are pooled into one trade. And they can have in different currency also it is already built in solution. Will send you info on your email so you can watch video :)



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Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 15, 2017, 01:08:47 AM
Mt Cook PAMM is regulated in Vanuatu though.... no confidence in that  ::) (I know they’re opening up an ASIC entity soon but no idea if the Hybrid PAMM will - or could - be switched over to that).

I was replying to HumbleTrader :D

Because he was saying someone can hack liquidity provider and cause hell :D

Otherwise Mt. Cook is good. If you need any info I can help, I already helped to open PAM there. They offer a hybrid so you trade your own funds and investors get copied instantly, no slippage. All orders from investors are pooled into one trade. And they can have in different currency also it is already built in solution. Will send you info on your email so you can watch video :)



Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

They already have Asic regulator and they offer classic MAM there so it is not a hybrid PAM unfortunately...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 01:14:32 AM

hotforex i heard has a nice set up as well, have yet to look into that as well.

still plenty of time thank goodness.

have you guys noticed thread count on top of page. last wed it was at 4k, today already over 10k

we sure made this one lite up ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: gpfwestie on November 15, 2017, 01:50:40 AM
have you guys noticed thread count on top of page. last wed it was at 4k, today already over 10k

we sure made this one lite up ;)

Certainly :-)

Why didn't you keep going with the competition ? I thought you had it this month ?

(NB, This is my account, currently -3% lol !

https://www.forexsignals.com/traderoom/state/traderoom/app/user/profile/?uid=44596&roomid=1)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 01:59:52 AM
have you guys noticed thread count on top of page. last wed it was at 4k, today already over 10k

we sure made this one lite up ;)

Certainly :-)

Why didn't you keep going with the competition ? I thought you had it this month ?

(NB, This is my account, currently -3% lol !

https://www.forexsignals.com/traderoom/state/traderoom/app/user/profile/?uid=44596&roomid=1)

i never even entered, i was fired up as heck. but nobody could give me any specs. the rules were a joke as much as i could find.

i think you might make first if you blow ;)

there was a thread reg trade competition where i posted quite a bit, had my account set up, loaded and all.

i was ready man.................

but it wasnt meant to be either.............. so much for nick looking for talent.

see below, longest running manual set up, i think i had a chance of winning, lol

win loss ratio 2 to 1
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 02:19:37 AM
my entry would have been this below,

its somewhat optimised = my best to date.

had a sl yesterday of course :(
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: gpfwestie on November 15, 2017, 02:27:05 AM
I am trying to get to the bottom ! it's a different challenge !

I do think Nick is looking for talent though, not sure what to say really.

He has had to deal with a lot of scammers, i think they appear once you admit to having multiple 100K's invested.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 02:32:44 AM
hey i was ready to show everybody in real time forward an top it of using my own money :)

sure did not ask him to fund me an account, no scammer here.

looking at the low trade count = total and pips gained in such short trade duration = 1 day average you can get an idea how powerfull this strategy is.

be glad i did not enter...........................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 15, 2017, 09:38:51 AM
MtCook Global has both Hybrid PAM and Standard MT4 PAM
MtCook ASIC has both Hybrid PAM and Standard MT4 PAM too!

I confirmed this.

I'm considering opening my own PAM shortly with them, as I am quite happy with all they do. It's not going to be anywhere near as sexy as your stuff reinerh. It is more going to be for my fam and friends and close network who are happy to just beat bank rates.

But it looks like cook have every angle covered. Regular MT4 pams, and Hybrids and offshore and onshore licenses. From what their compliance told me there may be FX Manager licensing requirements soon under certain circumstances on the ASIC side and that is why they keep the global license too.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: jwatts7701 on November 15, 2017, 09:41:22 AM
I hate to say it, but whether you you use an investor password and change it or not, or the EA or not, both myfxbook, and simpletrader (and any other service that you connect an EA to your account that "reads" it with a heart beat, like fxstat, FXBLUE) can TECHNICALLY steal your trades. It is sad but true. For an EA like myfxbook or simple trader you would have to turn it off completely, and then turn it on manually in intervals if you wanted to prevent this.

This also goes for your broker too! Technically your broker can copy your strategy and do whatever they want with it. Im sure this happens a lot.

GPFWestie, I agree to this tune, and I have heard that b-book brokers book the losers, and steal the trades of the winners LOL. So they win on BOTH fronts. And they book volume on both losers and winners. We are in the wrong business! We cannot of course prove that. But it would not surprise me at all.

When you think about it. Myfxbook could probaly run a better a/b-book than most brokers could. They just have so many traders there.

Theres no way around making this 100% fool proof and iron clad though that I can tell, only to not use any of these services. Which you could do with the the signal stuff, but it is hard to get around not using a broker I guess ;)

You have to think to that if you run a signal myfxbook is the least of your worries. Anyone with your signal can do whatever they want with it. Sell it. Trade it on a 100M account. Run their own PAM with it. Reverse engineer it etc... The risk is always there. I guess you just need to decide what level of trust you have. And you need to trust some services to get stuff done unless you want to build all your own of course.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: oportunis on November 15, 2017, 10:46:32 AM
MtCook Global has both Hybrid PAM and Standard MT4 PAM
MtCook ASIC has both Hybrid PAM and Standard MT4 PAM too!

I confirmed this.

I'm considering opening my own PAM shortly with them, as I am quite happy with all they do. It's not going to be anywhere near as sexy as your stuff reinerh. It is more going to be for my fam and friends and close network who are happy to just beat bank rates.

But it looks like cook have every angle covered. Regular MT4 pams, and Hybrids and offshore and onshore licenses. From what their compliance told me there may be FX Manager licensing requirements soon under certain circumstances on the ASIC side and that is why they keep the global license too.

Than this is new development, last time I checked they didn't have it and on their webpage was showing also no hybrid PAM. If they offer it now this is even better :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 15, 2017, 12:10:29 PM
Just got +33.4 pips back on that EURUSD long - thanks Reiner  :D
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 12:22:49 PM
This I don't know, but you can check this easily with demo. If the verification is gone after few days than this is true if not than you can use this for real account :)

so today my account is still showing fully verified, so it seems to work, at least so far.

will wait till next week then do this with all my virgin accounts and hope it keeps on tickin, so will post the new link soon so you guys can follow along.

also i killed trendtrader, it got no interest from all i could tell, since its very slow gainer, meaning results need to be seen almost on a yearly basis and who has the patience for that ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 12:26:35 PM
Just got +33.4 pips back on that EURUSD long - thanks Reiner  :D

this was the higher lot size strategy.................................

we almost recovered the earlier sl already..............

sl are just part of trading............

but always see trading longgggggggggg term, or you drive yourself crazy looking at whatever loss comes along.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 12:43:42 PM
I hate to say it, but whether you you use an investor password and change it or not, or the EA or not, both myfxbook, and simpletrader (and any other service that you connect an EA to your account that "reads" it with a heart beat, like fxstat, FXBLUE) can TECHNICALLY steal your trades. It is sad but true. For an EA like myfxbook or simple trader you would have to turn it off completely, and then turn it on manually in intervals if you wanted to prevent this.

This also goes for your broker too! Technically your broker can copy your strategy and do whatever they want with it. Im sure this happens a lot.

GPFWestie, I agree to this tune, and I have heard that b-book brokers book the losers, and steal the trades of the winners LOL. So they win on BOTH fronts. And they book volume on both losers and winners. We are in the wrong business! We cannot of course prove that. But it would not surprise me at all.

When you think about it. Myfxbook could probaly run a better a/b-book than most brokers could. They just have so many traders there.

Theres no way around making this 100% fool proof and iron clad though that I can tell, only to not use any of these services. Which you could do with the the signal stuff, but it is hard to get around not using a broker I guess ;)

You have to think to that if you run a signal myfxbook is the least of your worries. Anyone with your signal can do whatever they want with it. Sell it. Trade it on a 100M account. Run their own PAM with it. Reverse engineer it etc... The risk is always there. I guess you just need to decide what level of trust you have. And you need to trust some services to get stuff done unless you want to build all your own of course.

my hats of to you, glad to see that there are still some smart people left after all.

this applies to several other people as well btw, i am sure you all know who they are :)

and i highly appreciate everybodys input, good or bad, its all been heard.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 15, 2017, 12:47:05 PM
Thanks Reiner for 34.9 pips on the EURUSD trade today.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 15, 2017, 12:53:16 PM
Violation of intellectual property is a universal problem. I remember subscribing to a new but impressive signal on one of the sites and when the first trade arrived, it was exactly the same as another signal from MQL I was copying. I quickly compared the history and immediately emailed my concerns to both traders. The original just shrugged it off and said he could do nothing about it and that it happens all the time. The copycat never replied but I launched a complain and had him removed.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 01:20:44 PM
Violation of intellectual property is a universal problem. I remember subscribing to a new but impressive signal on one of the sites and when the first trade arrived, it was exactly the same as another signal from MQL I was copying. I quickly compared the history and immediately emailed my concerns to both traders. The original just shrugged it off and said he could do nothing about it and that it happens all the time. The copycat never replied but I launched a complain and had him removed.

and this is exactly why the really good systems most folks will simply never see, or only very briefly.............

anybody who has worked long and hard in my case well over 6 years on whatever strategy, becomes very very protective.

the fly by nighters of course, having quickly assembled a strategy on a ea builder site, optimised for the last 6 months, release it on mq or wherever else and go kaboom very soon thereafter those are a dime a dozen as we all have seen.

this has hurt many many people, their live accounts blown to smitherines only to never look back to fx.

my dilemma is not having decent history build up yet since i just got really going late spring 17. by end of next year i will have over a year of history on my virgin accounts, and that will be decent to look at.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 01:52:36 PM
the move we have just seen on eu from 1672 there abouts is a classic example why countertrend strategies get in serious trouble, grids or marties even worse of course since we had no retrace so far.

at 1672 most everybody and their dog was short eu, including myself. and thats not realy a big deal, nobody besides mr market knew where it will go next.

my manual is trend based and it called for eu short, but it was wrong.

but as long one is capable of accepting to be on the wrong side of the train and pull out = respecting his or her sl value and not staying in their respective positions in hopes and pray, all will be good in the end.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 15, 2017, 02:01:29 PM
Tell me about it!!! I lost around 10% today following another trader who shorted that move.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 02:20:58 PM
Tell me about it!!! I lost around 10% today following another trader who shorted that move.

my eu booboo took us down about 3%, but thats easily recovered due to the high average win to loss ratio on my manual system.

i recommend to you to learn the art of analysing, myfxbook is my favorite, its easy to use once you have mastered it. it took me a long time as well to really fully understand it all, you need to spend a lot of time on this, read my update last week, and you will get an idea what it all boils down to, see page 11 bottom.

so first and foremost you need to learn to analyse systems yourself...........................

get to work man ;)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 15, 2017, 02:23:59 PM
Tell me about it!!! I lost around 10% today following another trader who shorted that move.

my eu booboo took us down about 3%, but thats easily recovered due to the high average win to loss ratio on my manual system.

i recommend to you to learn the art of analysing, myfxbook is my favorite, its easy to use once you have mastered it. it took me a long time as well to really fully understand it all, you need to spend a lot of time on this, read my update last week, and you will get an idea what it all boils down to, see page 11 bottom.

so first and foremost you need to learn to analyse systems yourself...........................

get to work man ;)

Aye Aye Captain (salute)....
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 05:08:21 PM
Tell me about it!!! I lost around 10% today following another trader who shorted that move.

it just dawned on me to point this out once more. i clearly outlined this in my update also.

in your specific case, you lost with one provider, and were about flat with me. so no correlation.

but till you mastered the art of analyzing i recommend you stick to one provider only, whoever it might be, and here is why................................

only the trader knows what underlying strategy is used.

so lets assume you subscribed to 3 providers, you max risk combined is not above 1, all good so far.

but unbeknownst to you since you have not done your due diligence they all use a similar underlying strategy.

now guess what, the day comes all 3 go into dd at the same time and you suffer the combined effect from all 3.

while diversification is great, for you as a follower its hard to understand all risks involved, meaning you better stick with whomever you have choosen.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 15, 2017, 05:11:26 PM
while diversification is great, for you as a follower its hard to understand all risks involved, meaning you better stick with whomever you have choosen.

That would be nice as he has chosen you (as have I), but you have chosen to stop your signal.  You big loon!  :P
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 05:19:02 PM
while diversification is great, for you as a follower its hard to understand all risks involved, meaning you better stick with whomever you have choosen.

That would be nice as he has chosen you (as have I), but you have chosen to stop your signal.  You big loon!  :P

i know i am a loon, my free education shall come to an end fairly soon as well, since i will have no other choice then to devote my full attention to my forward running accounts.

will still try to chime in from time to time, but i need to refocus, as simple as that.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 15, 2017, 06:04:14 PM
Tell me about it!!! I lost around 10% today following another trader who shorted that move.

it just dawned on me to point this out once more. i clearly outlined this in my update also.

in your specific case, you lost with one provider, and were about flat with me. so no correlation.

but till you mastered the art of analyzing i recommend you stick to one provider only, whoever it might be, and here is why................................

only the trader knows what underlying strategy is used.

so lets assume you subscribed to 3 providers, you max risk combined is not above 1, all good so far.

but unbeknownst to you since you have not done your due diligence they all use a similar underlying strategy.

now guess what, the day comes all 3 go into dd at the same time and you suffer the combined effect from all 3.

while diversification is great, for you as a follower its hard to understand all risks involved, meaning you better stick with whomever you have choosen.

No it was on a separate account with another broker. I run Impulse on an IC Markets account along with a night scalper that trades very rarely. So effectively your signal has the whole account to itself.

Since getting interested in forex in August 2013, I have seen most if not all. Made a lot of money and lost double that while following Fx Viper, Smart and many others. You are the first person to offer me your insight so sincerely. I now deeply regret having neglected Donna Forex all these years being an occasional visitor. I wish I had spent more time here and gotten to know you and other wonderful souls here. Oh well its my loss. Thanks for your advice and thanks for Impulse. Btw I post as taruh on the other forum. 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on November 15, 2017, 07:41:21 PM
Thanks for 35.2 pips today! 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 15, 2017, 10:10:09 PM
so i have to tell you guys i have been working feverishly in the background

= coming up for a solution for everybody. so far i cant share yet what it might be, since i dont know yet myself. but i been researching a lot of options. and i will figure something out soon.

so anybody who wants to be kept in the loop, please send me your email adress via private message.

i will collect them all and keep everybody informed.

and of course i will keep all those confidential, will never sell the list to anybody, you got my word on this.

green pips to all,

cheers

reiner

if you subscribed via simpletrader then i already have you on the list, so no action on your part needed.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 16, 2017, 05:25:53 PM

something has come up requiring attention,

a client from simpletrader was charged his monthly fee today, and is on autorenewal with paypal.

please cancel autorenewal on your side once your monthly payment has posted.

so you wont get charged for another month.

thanks much........
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: stefdek on November 16, 2017, 09:00:32 PM
Hi Reinerh ,

just came back to DF forum after few weeks ..wandering "outside". I had to catch-up and read the "other forum" BS´s .I am stunned to see how bad was the treatment to a genuine soul and how far it went into stupidity ...with no Stoploss. Reinerh , I came back here at DF just for you , as you mentioned that you would start signals by end of Nov/Dec. I am glad you stayed here, this is your ( other) home , where your friends and followers are. I will be here more often from now on. Will go after you where ever you decide to go with signals or pam/mam. PM´d you , add me to your buddy list. Take care. Be strong while still being yourself...genuine , authentic.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 16, 2017, 09:29:32 PM
Hi Reinerh ,

just came back to DF forum after few weeks ..wandering "outside". I had to catch-up and read the "other forum" BS´s .I am stunned to see how bad was the treatment to a genuine soul and how far it went into stupidity ...with no Stoploss. Reinerh , I came back here at DF just for you , as you mentioned that you would start signals by end of Nov/Dec. I am glad you stayed here, this is your ( other) home , where your friends and followers are. I will be here more often from now on. Will go after you where ever you decide to go with signals or pam/mam. PM´d you , add me to your buddy list. Take care. Be strong while still being yourself...genuine , authentic.

hi stefdek,

this is very kind of you and truly warms my heart, that i am appreciated but at least some people, not all of course.

and donnas forum is clearly my home, no question.

rest assured being forced to close my signals, only fired me up even more. its kinda odd, but in a twisted warped way, i am almost gratefull that it happened this way.
 
short term i lost a lot of money for all the efforts i put in, but in the long run it shall pay back rather handsomely. we germans always tend to look out way into the future.

and i am so looking forward to keep making green pips/profits for people who will stick with me for the long haul.

i will definitely try everything in my power to stay on top of things and take care of my master accounts in the best way possible.

also things are already developing at great neck speeds in the background, and i will keep you all informed when the day comes for my return.

cheers,

reiner
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 16, 2017, 11:37:54 PM
Hi Reiner,

I just cancelled my PayPal subscription as instructed following the payment that went out today.

I gather I'll now get to enjoy month of signals from today?

Thanks.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 17, 2017, 12:59:05 AM
Hi Reiner,

I just cancelled my PayPal subscription as instructed following the payment that went out today.

I gather I'll now get to enjoy month of signals from today?

Thanks.

you expire dec 18 according to my dashboard,

my plan is to go out on equity high......................at least i will do my best to get there.............
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 17, 2017, 11:35:22 AM
Thanks Reiner - I look forward to that equity high.

As regards the Pay Pal subscription cancellation - you should be able to go into your Pay Pal account and do a bulk cease of all your remaining subs.  Donna has just done this on Chris' behalf for EZE subscribers.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 17, 2017, 12:01:15 PM

please cancel autorenewal on your side once your monthly payment has posted.

so you wont get charged for another month.

thanks much........

https://youtu.be/1ymU7xAPPZo (https://youtu.be/1ymU7xAPPZo)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 17, 2017, 01:14:52 PM
Thanks Reiner - I look forward to that equity high.

As regards the Pay Pal subscription cancellation - you should be able to go into your Pay Pal account and do a bulk cease of all your remaining subs.  Donna has just done this on Chris' behalf for EZE subscribers.

ah thats an elegant solution, will look into this, thanks for mentioning :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: donnaforex on November 17, 2017, 04:32:53 PM
You can bulk-cancel by creating a .txt document with a list of emails in and uploading it to paypal. If you go into any subscribers details in your paypal account, you should see the option there.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 17, 2017, 05:03:56 PM
You can bulk-cancel by creating a .txt document with a list of emails in and uploading it to paypal. If you go into any subscribers details in your paypal account, you should see the option there.

thx donna, yes i found it, will take care of it tonight when back in my office.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 18, 2017, 04:46:58 PM
i just finished setting up my new home on myfxbook, see signature below.

only one account up so far, the rest shall follow next week when market is back moving again.

anybody who is up for relaxing a bit from the fx stress, see below.

one of kens best productions i have ever seen, tearing up london, enjoy

 https://youtu.be/PrqYohBV58o
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: EdNBonita on November 18, 2017, 06:39:52 PM
Reindeer?  That's "relaxing"?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 18, 2017, 07:12:46 PM
Reindeer?  That's "relaxing"?

to me it is, it takes my mind of the fx world for a bit.

and seeing such perfection is a huge inspiration to me................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: nwboater on November 18, 2017, 11:27:18 PM

anybody who is up for relaxing a bit from the fx stress, see below.

one of kens best productions i have ever seen, tearing up london, enjoy

 https://youtu.be/PrqYohBV58o

Can't say the London tour was "relaxing" but it sure was fun to ride. I've never seen anything like that. Totally incredible!

Will be good to watch your new accounts - especially as they head northward!

Hope you are having a good weekend.

Cheers,
Rod
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 19, 2017, 08:27:00 PM
this one is even more insane, how they can even top this i cant even imagine.

there is some serious money behind these productions and must require insane pre planning.

something of this extraordinary quality can only be done with some of the best people in hollywood.

no cgi here, this is all real.........................

https://youtu.be/_hf6ke1-i3E


now back to fx, markets back in action soon................

hope you all will have a good week ;)


Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: petermatt on November 21, 2017, 10:54:48 PM
Latest trades (-394) pips (-2.68%) loss. How did anyone else do? I've got about 2.5 weeks to go before cutoff so it will be disappointing if I end up with an overall loss which, at the moment is nett (-129) pips.
Pete
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 21, 2017, 11:04:05 PM
Latest trades (-394) pips (-2.68%) loss. How did anyone else do? I've got about 2.5 weeks to go before cutoff so it will be disappointing if I end up with an overall loss which, at the moment is nett (-129) pips.
Pete

very disappointed myself, all my accounts took the hit.

we were nice in plus which makes it worse, almost into trailing but not quite before things shifted and reversed sharply.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 24, 2017, 08:02:38 PM
this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: e1vis on November 24, 2017, 08:08:09 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(

(will anyone's?)

this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: petermatt on November 25, 2017, 06:33:07 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(
(will anyone's?)

I'm out Dec 8th like it or not .  >:(
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 25, 2017, 06:39:05 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(
(will anyone's?)

I'm out Dec 8th like it or not .  >:(

Same here. :(
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 25, 2017, 10:50:08 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(

(will anyone's?)

this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb

FIFO: Since I was the First In, I will be the First Out; my subscription ends on Friday.  :-\

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: dupapa on November 25, 2017, 10:57:37 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(

(will anyone's?)

this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb

FIFO: Since I was the First In, I will be the First Out; my subscription ends on Friday.  :-\

Regards,
HumbleTrader
FIFO not in play here, I expired today,

Oh well out with a small loss, onwards an upwards,

Good luck for the recovery :)

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 26, 2017, 01:09:17 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(

(will anyone's?)

this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb

FIFO: Since I was the First In, I will be the First Out; my subscription ends on Friday.  :-\

Regards,
HumbleTrader
FIFO not in play here, I expired today,

Oh well out with a small loss, onwards an upwards,

Good luck for the recovery :)

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

Hello, dupapa.

I hope "you" have not expired, only the account  :D. I now realize why I am still in when my account is the oldest: They gave me an extra week after they tried to charge me an extra month because I changed accounts part way. After arguing the point, they decided to reverse charges. Part of the "long" story with Fidelitas.

Nothing comes easy but I am sure, Reinerh, is up North with Santa, stuffing Christmas gifts for those of us who are devotees of "the Fx Guru". ;)

I can't wait to open my Christmas gift. :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Humble Trader's Fx on November 27, 2017, 06:43:42 PM
Unfortunately, my subscription will no longer be active by then... :(

(will anyone's?)

this week not happy, we had a sl on the manual strategy and we had no outbreak trades to make up to help.

we lost 2.52 % or 390 pips

next week there most likely will be a higher number of trades, but lower size, so same risk overall.

so have a nice weekend u all.

ps:

the date i am really looking forward to is dec 13 and 14, fomc and ecb

FIFO: Since I was the First In, I will be the First Out; my subscription ends on Friday.  :-\

Regards,
HumbleTrader
FIFO not in play here, I expired today,

Oh well out with a small loss, onwards an upwards,

Good luck for the recovery :)

Sent from my D2303 using Tapatalk

Hello, dupapa.

I hope "you" have not expired, only the account  :D. I now realize why I am still in when my account is the oldest: They gave me an extra week after they tried to charge me an extra month because I changed accounts part way. After arguing the point, they decided to reverse charges. Part of the "long" story with Fidelitas.

Nothing comes easy but I am sure, Reinerh, is up North with Santa, stuffing Christmas gifts for those of us who are devotees of "the Fx Guru". ;)

I can't wait to open my Christmas gift. :)

Regards,
HumbleTrader

You can tell Reinerh,  is busy stuffing gifts because it's unlikely for him to be absent from this forum for so long; any Elf knows how he is doing?

Regards,
HumbleTrader :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 27, 2017, 09:08:28 PM
not gone, just worked my hiney off analysing,

really mad that things turned on a dime last week, so made some minor adjustments.

hope that this week shall end green, sure odd when i had a iffy feeling being at equity high, it proved right we went a hair south from the high.

so green pips to all.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 28, 2017, 05:05:35 PM
-388.8 pips today sadly so another losing day.  Pressure on to come out of this at b/e or better before subs end!
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on November 28, 2017, 05:09:53 PM
-388.8 pips today sadly so another losing day.  Pressure on to come out of this at b/e or better before subs end!
No pressure here. It's forex. Losing streaks are expected.

Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on November 28, 2017, 07:03:51 PM

my manual was screwed by mr market, but thanks to outbreak today on gj,

we are almost back to eq high.

the news was brexit deal has been reached, so it sure should have been a one way move, but man did it have a retrace. glad it ended well for us.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on November 28, 2017, 07:41:44 PM
Nice one Reiner!  Negative red pips today but with profit - somethong that I know you yourself frown upon  :D

Keep up the good work.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on December 01, 2017, 12:59:54 AM

we made red pips = small trades and impulse did green ones = larger sizes.

up 2.87 % for the week.

the manual flow strategy has been a little challenging lately, sure hope we will do better next week.

have a nice weekend u all :)
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: bearnakedbull on December 05, 2017, 03:40:23 PM
Any updates Reiner? How is the migration going? Do you expect any setups before the rest of us get cut?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on December 05, 2017, 07:31:03 PM
Any updates Reiner? How is the migration going? Do you expect any setups before the rest of us get cut?

the manual set up will engage tonight, and i am quite confident on this one........

sl values have been reduced, with tp values gone up. so sure hope mr market will smile on us.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on December 06, 2017, 04:48:51 PM
Got a batch of six trades today trades today: 5 losers and one winner with an overall -187.6 pips.

Onwards and hopefully upwards toward b/e before the plug is pulled and the big bath empties all over the floor.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on December 08, 2017, 02:11:46 PM

update for the week,

markets outa whack big time, lost 191 pips or 1.34 %

its no big deal since thats easily recovered at least.

most all systems i am watching going into dd, thats always a sign something is not right. at least our loss was very minor.

now we have to look forward to a biggggggggggggggggg week, major news events. fasten your seat belts.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: taru on December 08, 2017, 02:18:36 PM

update for the week,

markets outa whack big time, lost 191 pips or 1.34 %

its no big deal since thats easily recovered at least.

most all systems i am watching going into dd, thats always a sign something is not right. at least our loss was very minor.

now we have to look forward to a biggggggggggggggggg week, major news events. fasten your seat belts.

Fasten with what? My subscription runs out tonight. Any chance you would reverse your decision on pulling the plug on Impulse? For the benefit of your fellow retail traders...
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: compujock on December 08, 2017, 07:23:06 PM
update for the week,

markets outa whack big time, lost 191 pips or 1.34 %

its no big deal since thats easily recovered at least.

most all systems i am watching going into dd, thats always a sign something is not right. at least our loss was very minor.

now we have to look forward to a biggggggggggggggggg week, major news events. fasten your seat belts.
Great!  My subscription expires today.   :'(

I hope you all make nice profit this coming week. 
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: Ruairi OPleurisy on December 15, 2017, 12:23:25 PM
No trades this week so far and with it being Fri, not expecting any.  The expectation of a lively week for Fidelitas did not materialise.

My subscription expires on Mon so in summary then since the beginning of my sub (first trade Nov 14th) to the enforced end:-
-1120.2 pips

Didn't really work out during this short period, and we won't get to find out now what would have happened in the longer term.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on December 15, 2017, 01:26:48 PM

yupp this week i was also big time disappointed. we had ecb fomc and nada action.

most systems i watch had trouble in nov and dec so far, and mine were no different.

sure hoped for a different outcome, especially this week but mr market decided otherwise.

but soon we have the new year with lots of opportunities coming, and thats what hopefully be good for all of us.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on December 29, 2017, 11:27:24 PM

gee, what a let down december was. no outbreak at all when historically there always was in the past.

but no losses at least.

been doing deep analysis this week on the manual strategy and cant wait to get going live this new year. will stay strictly to the best set ups, and target serious pips next year.

this was the first time i ran this strategy over x mess and it was killing it, but of course i did not trade it live since i did not have a clue about its possible outcome. next year i will trade over the holidays for sure.

so once things are back into the swing of things and i established more/sufficient history i will let you all know how to join me in making profits together.

hope you all had a great year with the new one hopefully even better.

so a great start to all into 2018 soon............................
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on January 10, 2018, 05:23:29 PM

sheesh, what a bad start into 2018.

no damage to my accounts, but holly smokes markets were screwy this week. all trends reversed and then to top it of outbreak strategies got hammered today.

was lucky to see it early on monday that things were whacky, and left all live accounts offline.

i would assume even scalpers struggled this week. none or less 2018 will be good.

sure hope regular flows will return soon.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: EdNBonita on March 05, 2018, 08:49:27 PM
You still alive?
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on March 05, 2018, 09:09:38 PM
You still alive?

hi ed,

yes i am still kickin.

been working like mad on new things since one of my strategies = outbreak impulse went bye bye since november last year. i hope it will come back, but currently outbreaks are targeted and so i wont engage it.

my manual flow strategy is not back into the swing of things due to mr market, so i been flat since late last year. my private accounts chugg along much better since i trade them at much more risk.

the official master accounts and pamms etc are all flat or down but wont be for much longer due to for example new things coming online, see pics is one of them in the prototype stage.

this year is far from over, as a matter of fact just starting = from march on regular flows return.

so i am convinced that mr market will give me more pips soon.

Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: vontogr on April 04, 2018, 03:54:05 PM
This signal service will be offered in the near future by our very own reinerh :)

Myfxbook link: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

Please leave any questions/comments, etc on this topic.

Well as independent observer I would not be much impressed
because when I click the MFB link, I see this
https://ibb.co/bHjaSH
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: reinerh on April 04, 2018, 07:12:09 PM
This signal service will be offered in the near future by our very own reinerh :)

Myfxbook link: http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fidelitas

Please leave any questions/comments, etc on this topic.

Well as independent observer I would not be much impressed
because when I click the MFB link, I see this
https://ibb.co/bHjaSH

oh mr ceasar, who has blown i dont know how many live accounts, i forgot to count.

now trolling here, i guess you have nothing better to do these days.
Title: Re: Fidelitas
Post by: vontogr on April 05, 2018, 09:50:30 AM
I thought we are discussing your trading system here.
I did not attack you as small child, you did.
I truly feel that anyone seeing your system would not be impressed.