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Offline Super Andrew

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2018, 06:43:41 PM »
Martingale trading at it's finest. In other words it is a ticking bomb.  8)

Can you hear it?
Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick  Tick
 BOOOOOMM!!

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« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2018, 07:13:20 PM »
Super Andrew,

Thank you for your BOLD COMMENT, but You are completely wrong and your statement is completely non-sense. We don t use any type of martingale, neither grid. To approach you and all forum members, better to our trading systems, they are completely out of the box, and when I say out of the box is, we don t use any kind of common indicators only proprietary and developed specific to our trading. We look for breakouts in 3 different stages - long term, medium term and short term. Off course that sometimes the market do whipsaws, or the so called, false breaks. When this happens our money management algorithm take action and manage the trades as cycles", that s why you see in our statement some trades that are hedging (no martingale neither grid). This is not in order to close them after 3 or 5 years (expecting market goes to our entry price), this is to sustain" the false price movement and put us on track of previous one, closing them when appropriate or when price re-established the major trend or initiate a new trend. The algorithm is only applied only to erratic price movements, as when market is in trend we simple accumulate the gains. At first this can be very complicated although we developed all tools (more than 2 years development) in order we can smoothly apply them to the trading.

Hope this explain how we trade and last but not least, happy trading.

Onikami Capital Trading Desk

Offline Foxy_Trader

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #17 on: June 29, 2018, 08:57:35 AM »
Super Andrew,

You are completely wrong and your statement is completely non-sense.

Yeah, right.







Offline tradingdesk_oc

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #18 on: June 29, 2018, 10:13:21 AM »
Hello Foxy Trader,

I will reinforce what i said, " We look for breakouts in 3 different stages - long term, medium term and short term. Off course that sometimes the market do whipsaws, or the so called, false breaks. When this happens our money management algorithm take action and manage the trades as cycles", that s why you see in our statement some trades that are hedging (no martingale neither grid)." 

Those orders that you present are not a sequence at all, in the middle you will find BUY Orders and maybe other Sequence of Buy/Sell Orders from different size - is what we treat as "cycles". So please double check it.

Hope all well explained.

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #19 on: August 24, 2018, 03:07:45 AM »
Hello Forum Members,

Today we have achieved our yearly goal >50% profit, with a peak drawdown less than 12% (time to recover less than 1 month). Our currently monthly average is 6.3% profit, and no losing month since inception.
Just to reinforce that our trading algorithm as nothing to do with martingale, or average trading, we simply do "cycle" trading with proprietary money management.

Important to say that quick rich schemes are not our goals, we look for steady and consistent gains, with main focus the protection of the capital under management.

Happy Trading,

Onikami Capital Trading Desk

Offline OniKamiCapital

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2018, 02:10:08 AM »
Hi Forum Members,

The "silly" season has ended, and we expect more volatility for the coming months. Although we had another profitable month, with 4.7% profit. We have now 52.6% profit for 2018 with a drawdown less than 12% (time to recover less than 1 month).

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk

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Re: OniKami Capital
« Reply #21 on: September 12, 2018, 10:28:44 PM »
Hi Forum Members,

Due to Brexit uncertainty we have reduced our risk exposure to GBP pair. We are following closely the situation and we will take any necessary measures in order to protect our clients AUM.

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk

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« Reply #22 on: September 13, 2018, 04:57:20 PM »
Hi Forum Members,

We have received plenty emails regarding our trading and most related to our money management algorithm.

First things first, we utilize a proprietary and dynamic trading strategy involving the most liquid currency pairs. Our trading tools and analysis are designed to detect market patterns on particular currency pairs; these patterns may be identified through a myriad of technical and market indicators. Due to the relative stability of certain currency pairs over defined time periods, our methods identify when a pattern has been temporarily breached due to an increase in market volatility. Our strategy initiates long or, short trades on a currency pair during a pattern disruption and realizes profits when the pattern has been restored. Our managers look for breakouts, pull backs and reversals in the Forex Market. Support and resistance levels are discretionally observed whilst also monitoring order flow to substantiate directional bias. Our time horizon on a particular trade may range from 1 day to 3 months. Saying this, we use 3 different time-frames and that s the main reason investors can see several buy/sell orders, with different order lots. This strategy don t have at all nothing to do with martingale or averaging trades as it is completely "out of the box".

More to say, we seek to manage risk in order to capitalize on opportunities and improve our performance. Disciplined risk estimation and management are deeply integrated components of the investment process across each one of our strategies. We believe a well-constructed portfolio upfront will outperform in good markets and protect our clients capital in difficult markets. For this reason, we establish risk management as a core discipline. This approach begins with a dedicated governance group that oversees risk management. An emphasis on liquid markets, proprietary risk models and a diversified funding structure seeks to further strengthen our approach.

Onikami Capital establishes risk guidelines along three axes:

Risk level: Defines how much risk should be consumed at the PAMMs, strategy, or portfolio manager level. Our risk management department monitors performance in real time through multiple channels using innovative analytics and flexible aggregation tools.

Stress exposure: We run different stress tests on portfolios daily, testing the risk tolerances that have been set. These tests include historical and forward-looking scenarios.

Liquidity: Our PAMMs maintains a liquidity reserve to ensure it is able to meet daily cash requirements. Our strategies primarily focus on liquid asset classes so that we are able to dynamically reposition portfolios to capitalize on market opportunities.

To conclude, we expect this explanation clarify once for all the question of our money management algorithm and is distinct behavior related to what everybody have seen in the financial markets till now.

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk

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To show , and as usual , from our side complete transparency to our investors and future ones, we show a picture of our current orders in our showcase account to show that we are currently running several cycles on trading pairs, and as nothing to do with common money management algorithms.

« Last Edit: September 13, 2018, 05:01:00 PM by tradingdesk_oc »

Offline krisz

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« Reply #23 on: September 21, 2018, 10:56:58 PM »
Hi,

Maybe myfxbook has some issues with multiple close by function. But it is much better in showing the equity. Maybe the most important thing to check an account.
In fxblue it is a little bit hided.
Check it yourself: https://www.fxblue.com/users/onikamicapital/stats
Charts -> Banked and floating P/L

To the strategy: it uses martingale technique, keep increasing the lot size when orders are open and in loss. Check EURUSD. Trade open from 2018/05/29 till 2018/08/10. Strategy called "hold and pray".
Hedging is open a short and a long trade at the same time. That's not the case here.

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« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2018, 11:22:57 PM »
Hello krisz,

Thank you for your reply. As usual from our side, nothing to hide, all transparency - even the DD is declared in our statements.

Even after we explain (without expose completely our money management strategy) in previous post, the emphasis in stating that we use martingale in our trading is becoming somehow ridiculous. The incremental in lot size has nothing to do with martingale. We don t add all positions at lower/higher values and/or fixed distance, expecting/praying for the market to do a retracement in order to close the orders.

Even after we expose our orders, and in this case as there are several orders with different lot sizes at the same pair, the emphasis is always that we are before a martingale. Forget martingale, forget anti-martingale, forget straddle, what we use is completely "out of the box" and took many years to get to, with heavy stress tests in real market environment - even today we continue our stress tests in order to follow the constant organised market chaos changes.

At extreme market situations we can even close losing pairs in detriment of porfolio. Nevertheless and we d like to reinforce, we are completely transparent to our investors and future one s.

Last but not least - the hold and pray comment is hilarious - is nothing more than a higher cycle trade, hedged by lower cycles , yes hedge doesn t need/mean that at all trades have to be opened at same time or even regarding the same timeframe(in case you use multiple timeframe strategies) and if you analyse the stats during that time EUR/USD trades were closed because they were related to lower cycles, although the higher cycle was not closed because the pair was in range and in these cases our strategies place orders on hold until  the corresponding cycle develops further.

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk

« Last Edit: September 22, 2018, 12:31:00 AM by tradingdesk_oc »

Offline krisz

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« Reply #25 on: September 22, 2018, 12:48:57 AM »
Hi,

I don't see where the DD is declared how much is right now? Where do I see this in fxblue?

Yes, I do see that your trading strategy is not a simple martingale. It is not like having a buy with 0.01, then opening another buy with 0.02 if it goes down and so on. You have here other style, but the basic remains... keep increasing the lot sizes with the new trades. If it is buy or sell the next trade is irrelevant. At this level equity can go far from balance... as shown previously.
Like here:


Same in roulette... 1$ on red, if black 2$ on red, if black 4$ on red and so on... but it doesn't has to be put on red. Only because probability red should come after many blacks... but who knows, it can happen that 20 times black comes. So make it random... if you lose, you put the doubled amount on ANY color. The goal is to hit the right color.

I know your system place trades on market moves, so after opening a buy it can open a sell later too, but increasing lot size. Like it or not, it is martingale.

To the hope and pray... if it is not, what is the SL for any cycle? Because we can see that equity was pretty far from balance (floating loss)

Thanks and regards,
Krisz
« Last Edit: September 22, 2018, 01:18:22 AM by krisz »

Offline tradingdesk_oc

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« Reply #26 on: September 22, 2018, 02:50:55 AM »
Hi Krisz,

Once again thank you for your reply, is always a pleasure answering all questions/concerns regarding our managed accounts and really important to clarify future investors.

Drawdown is declared in our posts and disclosed at FXBlue (always) - maximum drawdown since inception is <12%, with time to recover <>1 month. At the moment drawdown is - 0.82% with a 2% gain for current month - you (and disclosed to all) can see it on https://www.fxblue.com/users/onikamicapital/stats (reinforce as always) or previous stats https://www.fxblue.com/users/onikami- once again all transparent to our investors and future one s - when you know what you are doing there s nothing to hide. You will never see in our trades an hold and pray scheme, because it always lead to an unfortunate disaster that is common on traders without a strict system/rules/trading psychology-acceptance - fortunately our team have passed all that stages already and even without charge management fee, we don t overtrade forcing results to collect performance/incentive fee.

Regarding strategies, off course we are not going do disclose them, the statement you show is clean and simple, the cycles are completely present, and each one work at his own pace, but always with the market - that is the most important thing - the quote "trend is your friend" is like go and get me that i will caught you in the corner when you are distracted - to minimize this situation we work with 3 different timeframes, and they all hedge and cover each other, but sometimes there is inefficiencies that can cause some larger cycles, which was the case of the EUR/USD pair that you present, but even with that the drawdown for that single pair was below 6%, so ridiculous off our limits that are 25% Hard Stop Loss. (answer your last question) and present in our site.

Bringing casino to trading is like comparing an elephant to an ant, they both have strength but the ant with 1/1.000.000 of the size is stronger than the elephant - saying this, we don t gamble, we respect every cent from our account and AUM (Assets Under Management). We increase the lot size in certain market levels, but we manage several cycles at the same time, even trend and counter trend one s.

Last but not least, the maximum drawdown since inception was <12%, so pretty far from balance seems a complete non-sense one from an investor/trader,which seems to be,with your knowledge.

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk
« Last Edit: September 22, 2018, 03:35:42 AM by tradingdesk_oc »

Offline krisz

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« Reply #27 on: September 23, 2018, 04:05:00 PM »
Hi,

I'm not comparing trading to casino, it was only an example of martingale. Using martingale im casino isn't gambling. It is a systematic play, that is why forbidden in many places. Wether using it or simply having a limit at a desk.

Anyway... where can I see this <12% DD in fxblue? I can not find it. Please send a print screen. Or tell me how can I see that.

Thanks and regards,
Krisz

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« Reply #28 on: September 24, 2018, 02:07:54 PM »
Hi Krisz,

Thank you for your reply. All info can be seen at FXBlue. Graphically Drawdown and other info can be seen at stats/charts/ ( case of DD - Floating P/L % (day-end) ).

Happy Trading,
Onikami Capital Trading Desk

Offline krisz

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« Reply #29 on: September 24, 2018, 11:30:57 PM »
Hi,

My first post to this thread was because of the difference between myfxbook and fxblue. When I checked the account and it showed the "peak drawdown" at 1.1% I said wow, then I found that the "peak drawdown" in fxblue is calculated on the balance. What is pure bullshit. And then I started to check the charts and what can do fxblue. Then I said that some important things are well hided here.


Then you said that the DD is <12% I wanted to find that number, because I couldn't find myself.
Now I followed the steps you said: stats/charts/ ( case of DD - Floating P/L % (day-end) )


Well, I think it is not <12% and if I go further, not having the day-end, but more detailed: hourly


It is more than 14%. OK, I know it is not a big difference, but it is still not <12%.

As for the statement:
which was the case of the EUR/USD pair that you present, but even with that the drawdown for that single pair was below 6%
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Well... it is more than 8% (almost 9%)


Anyway... It is good that you have hard stop loss and not letting those floating trades wipe the account.

Good luck with the strategy. It is not bad at all... only I could not find those numbers in fxblue you stated.

One more thing... maybe it helps improving your strategy:
Back to the EURUSD I used for example.

Opening a trade with 0.03 Buy. When the market goes in other direction, you hedge it (make a sell with 0.03) and opens a new trade with increased lot (0.06). That's fine... but when it goes again in the wrong way you open 3 trades (0.03, 0.06, 0.09). I think you shouldn't open a trade with 0.03, it is already hedged... you need only 0.06 and 0.09. Means you hedge the 0.06 and opens a new with increased lot. Or the new trade with bigger lot. Just an idea.

Regards,
Krisz

 

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