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Offline compujock

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Re: Fidelitas- The Shield!
« Reply #30 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #31 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #32 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?" 
« Last Edit: October 02, 2017, 08:27:24 PM by compujock »

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #33 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #34 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!

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #35 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #36 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.
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #37 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #38 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

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #39 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #40 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.

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #41 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,
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #42 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.
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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #43 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

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Re: Fidelitas
« Reply #44 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.

 

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