Here in another MA indy with the slope direction colored. This one uses standard MA methods instead of the "NoLag" method. I found it in Igor's system.
Hi ryanklefas & everybody
Thank you for the indicators, I will check them & see if can be used with adaptive abdullah grid.
Please see attached my micro account evolution by the end of May 2007.
Finally, I have find a complementary tool which had served me to improve the performance of my system. It was hidden behind a peice of nothing, how blind I was. I want to thank you all for your contributions.
See you after I get my first million,
Love you all,
bye guess we'll never see u again.
That's it? This is like a one-night stand. I feel used.
Could you pls put it into the chart ?
This Will Get Him Back
That's funny!!! But don't worry, Zappata will be back.
That Adaptive Grid Waving-Martingaling-Different Account for Each Day of the Week Technique isn't going to take him too far.
In fact, Friday's NFP probably blew out his account - he was always a trade or two away from disaster, but didn't want to admit it. So what better way to save face than to claim that he suddenly found the missing link, "hidden behind a piece of nothing."
Apparently he found that new tool and fully tested it, all in the space of about 1 day!
He'll probably end up trying to sell it as an EA based on backtesting.
Come on back, Zappata. I need your help in counting my number of posts.
And By The Way
This thread always had a certain bad smell attached to it.
Zappata took several days to roll out nothing of substance. Then released "the final pieces" which drew no response.
About a week later, Zappata and a bunch of new members suddenly show up quoting and referencing a couple of books that they seemed to have just read for the first time.
Then he changed the name of his method and drew in some fresh contributors for a couple of more weeks. Now some fear that he may have fled the scene (although I fully expect him back).
The point being, folks, PLEASE quit wasting your time trying to use Martingale to grow nickels into millions of dollars. The math is not in your favor and never will be.
Making money from Forex is hard. But so is learning how to ride a bicycle.
And once you get the hang of both tasks - they're not so hard after all. But you've got to pay your dues in learning how to get it right.
Do you believe that John Henry or George Soros got to where they are in life by monkeying around with Martingale schemes? Trading for nickels instead of dollars? Using methods that always contained a ticking time-bomb?
Of course they didn't. And neither will you. But the choice is all yours.
While you're off learning how to trade, here's another thing to work on that always bothered me.
We trade in hopes of earning PIPS, not pibs.
So the next time you release a great trading method - try using the proper word to describe the heart of what Forex is all about. It will give you a little more credibilty.
Beleive me boxing & Karate is more suitable for you.