TD3 Low Risk Steady Growth Portfolio Management
This is our low risk account with a steady and regular
growth. We use a dynamic and conservative fx portfolio management.
Best suited for those who wants a pretty solid return with a very low risk profile and minimum drawdown.
To trade this account we chose, tested and selected a few of the best Expert Advisors we have.
We monitor and optimize them constantly and close many positions manually.
No martingale nor grid robots are used... and never will be!
Are you curious about what does TD stands for?
TD is the acronym for Trading Dinamico.
What is Trading Dinamico?
We are a group of italian professional traders (and programmers) headed by a Top Trader (a trader who won the Top Trader Cup in 2009, trading mostly us futures). A few months ago we discovered the metatrader and started learning mql4 and porting our trading systems to the metatrader world.
What is the Top Trader Cup?The Top Trader Cup (now ITcup) is the most important manual trading context with real money in Italy.
It is run every year and lasts a couple of months (more or less).
Who is this account best suited for?
This account trades mostly Eur-Usd and Gbp-Usd but there are trades also on Aud-Usd, Aud-Cad, Eur-Gbp, etc. and it is suited especially for those who have ECN-STP brokers or brokers with very low spreads (of around 1 pip for Eur-Usd or 1.5 pips on Gbp-Usd).Other questions?
Just ask! Before buying the signal, please send us a message so that we can check which one of our signals works best for your kind of account ;)
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 "ICMarkets-Live04" and the subscriber's quotes, as well as on order execution delays. Lower values mean better quality of copying.
|0.22 × 447|
|0.43 × 75|
|0.53 × 9305|
|0.55 × 40|
|0.73 × 54250|
|0.74 × 86100|
|0.76 × 4223|
|0.82 × 16653|
|0.89 × 1504|
|0.89 × 1445|
|0.92 × 4093|
|0.95 × 4438|
|1.00 × 13|
|1.06 × 355|
|1.13 × 126|
|1.15 × 178|
|1.18 × 60387|
|1.20 × 11186|
|1.29 × 7|
|1.41 × 1080|
|1.47 × 36|
|1.55 × 569|
|1.57 × 377|
|1.57 × 3180|
|1.58 × 963|
15-1-15: SNB shaked the markets and my account...I am new to forex but old as a trader (I trade futures and options since 2000) and I never saw 200 pips (ticks) spread as an average (!?!) on a major pair (or futures contract) and a pair (or futures contract) losing 99% of its value at a glance. Glad I did not burn account where the EA that was trading Usdchf and unhappy that I lost 3 months of profits and trading and that I will need to restart building a very good trading history. The Black Swan strikes again! :D