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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #15 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.

 

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #16 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.

« Last Edit: September 30, 2017, 04:33:40 PM by reinerh »

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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #17 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!  :)


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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #18 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.

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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #19 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
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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #20 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,
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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #21 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...................

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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #22 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
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #23 on: October 02, 2017, 11:41:46 AM »
Hi, reinerh :-)

Looking forward to your system!
If you have any forex related offers for me - I`m open minded to hear about them

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« Reply #24 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. 

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« Reply #25 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.
 

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« Reply #26 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.  :-(

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« Reply #27 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.


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« Reply #28 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.

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« Reply #29 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. 

 

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