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Offline CanadianPsycho

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #60 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #61 on: October 31, 2017, 12:03:19 PM »
Great early morning surprise, Rein!

Thank you.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #62 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #63 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
« Last Edit: October 31, 2017, 02:04:17 PM by Humble Trader's Fx. »
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #64 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.
« Last Edit: October 31, 2017, 02:33:14 PM by reinerh »

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Re: Fidelitas- The trend is your friend.
« Reply #65 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

« Last Edit: November 01, 2017, 12:28:26 PM by Humble Trader's Fx. »
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #66 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #67 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.... ::)

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #68 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 :)

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #69 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
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #70 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.



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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #71 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?😜

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #72 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!   :)

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #73 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
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #74 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.
« Last Edit: November 01, 2017, 05:38:54 PM by reinerh »

 

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