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Thread: How to lose 1.2 million dollars and burn 300 subscribers

  1. #11
    This man has missed his calling, he should be on Wall Street, rather than playing with this game for peanuts...

  2. #12
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    Who are we talking about this. Any links?
    Bet this one that he meant:
    https://www.mql5.com/en/users/rafab1975

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    This guy has missed his calling, he must be on Wall Street, instead of playing this game for peanuts...
    300*30$=9000$....quite a few peanuts for many

  3. #13
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    I have examined the .csv trading background of a trader that has been considered among ...
    Perhaps this trader has been duped by Gordon Gekko's speech on Greed is Good!


  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Bet this one he meant: https://www.mql5.com/en/users/rafab1975 quote 300*30$=9000$....quite a few peanuts for most
    I don't mind those peanuts out of retail traders

  5. #15
    The tipical NOOB error; attempting to hit a home run let the profit runs. . Its just a minor correction etc.. .

  6. #16
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    I have analyzed the .csv trading history of a trader that has been considered among the best signals out there. I have. It reveals in detail each and every trade, Symbol, Time, etc.. PlusMax DD, Max # of trades he had been in at precisely the exact same time, the information on these trades , like $ involved etc.. In addition, I have a video of his trades plotted on a chart a few month going back. I really don't know how to upload the video... let me know if anyone has any interest. picture
    Will be interesting to see.

    Click on the spreadsheet here and upload the video to mega.co.nz and paste the link here with key.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    The tipical NOOB error; trying to hit a house run let the profit runs. . Its just a minor correction etc etc..
    Nothing wrong with letting the profits run in case you're still winning the brawls and caught up in another melee.

    Realistically, taking profits too early simply means you have to fight more matches and cover the spread to do it.

  8. #18
    Who's he ? Link can be shared by everyone ?

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Nothing wrong with letting the profits run in case you're still winning the brawls and caught up in another melee.
    If there is NOTHING supporting that logic then its a noob transfer plain and simple !! You will never know how much the market will move in 1 direction, you can make the TA and still end with a edued guess. .

    Giving up profits in hope you can get a juuust a Little More = noob move

  10. #20
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    quote if there's NOTHING supporting that logic then its a noob go plain and simple !! You will never know how much the market will move in 1 direction, you end with an edued guess at best and still can make each of of the TA. . Giving up profits in trust you're able to get a juuust a bit more = noob move
    Cash is money no matter which way you look at it. Provided that it is not 'just a bit more' and you have not found a better spot to put it there's no reason to bring it. Allowing it run to fatigue however... Questionable egy.

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