The system trades breakouts and trends and trades approximately 30 popular and active currency pairs including gold xauusd. It follows the exact setup as BIG MOVES TAKE 15 demo except for occasional inabilities to fill orders. Usually up to 10 pairs can be opened at the same time and equity is above your account balance. A stop loss (Maximum Loss) is set on the group of trades as a whole rather on individual pairs as this results in loses that are not acceptable to me after much testing. Trades as closed in 4 ways: 1. When an individual trade does not go as expected and floating stops are reached; 2. When an unacceptable max loss is reached; 3. When a winning trade has run it's course and the trade is closed; 4. When all combined open trades reach a predetermined profit target - all open trades close very quickly. (If you see this has occurred and you have any profitable pair that has not closed automatic - close it manually). If you are satisfied that profits are good, close them manually but you may be missing out on the complex method of optimized profits.
The system has been developed and tested over five years of developed and involves complex statistical and probability mathematical concepts. It complies with all USA trading rules as it has been developed for USA use. There may be some difficulty with the FIFO rules in USA so monitor this manually if needed
MFE and MAE Distribution Point Graphs
Maximum profit (MFE) and maximum loss (MAE) values are recorded for each open order during its lifetime. These parameters additionally characterize each closed order using the values of the maximum unrealized potential and maximum permitted risk. MFE/Profit and MAE/Profit distribution graphs display each order as a point with received profit/loss value plotted along the X-axis, while maximum displayed values of potential profit (MFE) and potential loss (MAE) are plotted along the Y-axis.
Place your cursor over parameters/graph captions to see the best and worst trading series. Find out more about MAE and MFE distributions in the article Mathematics in Trading: How to Estimate Trade Results.
The average slippage based on execution statistics on real accounts of various brokers is specified in pips. It depends on the difference between the provider's quotes from "Profiforex-Real" and the subscriber's quotes, as well as on order execution delays. Lower values mean better quality of copying.
|0.06 × 16|
|0.17 × 448|
|0.43 × 2160|
|3.87 × 123|
|3.88 × 64|
|4.12 × 306|
|5.81 × 199|
|7.09 × 137|
|8.51 × 37|
|40.50 × 8|