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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Hey Brother Rob!! Thanks! Good to see ya! You get anything offshore for Forex so your not confined by FIFO? Did those constraints loosen up in america yet?
    I am currently with Forex.com, since they took over my FXCM account this past year. Spreads have been very good on the majors. I am visiting .9-1.2 pips on eurusd and usdjpy, which is very great, considering there is no commission. I am investing in a fundamental price action egy on the daily and also, up to now, haven't seen any shenanigans(misquotes, slippage, stop-hunting, etc.). I am also contemplating fxchoice, which accepts US customers and does not have any hedge or FIFO restrictions.

  2. #22
    el
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    Welcome back, .
    You provide us surprise every time you back.

    I am testing in M1 with all the default setting. ICM ECN account has been used.
    https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...ing-diary.html

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Welcome back, . You give us surprise each time you back. I am testing using the default setting in M1. ICM ECN account has been used. Https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...sd-8816-a.html
    Hey E,

    Thank You!!

    I've added your test into the very first post, will add all others that are kind enough to discuss with the stats.

    Stone on!!

    \m/

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I'm currently with Forex.com, because they took over my FXCM account this past year. Spreads have been good on the majors. I'm visiting .9-1.2 pips on eurusd and usdjpy, which is very great, considering there's not any commission. I'm trading a fundamental price action egy on the daily and, up to now, haven't seen any shenanigans(misquotes, slippage, stop-hunting, etc.). I'm also contemplating fxchoice, which has no hedge or FIFO restrictions and accepts US clients.
    I'm not in Any Way acquainted with FXChoice. . .but they might be worth a shot for a few hobbycash.

    Great to see a minumum of one company opening up some choices to the Americans.

  5. #25
    Might just have to spare some off coast (outside US) equity to try this one. Glad to see you posting again, Sir!

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Might just have to spare some off shore (outside US) equity to try out this one. Glad to see you posting again, Sir!
    Yo Mango!

    Nice to see you hanging on!

    I've played with these suggestions for a few years now and seeing the achievement on THIS ACCOUNT has lead me into further developments. I've got a few irons in the fire, but there is a lot of bust and boom, a risk.

    This, by way of development, can take something from these lower levels using a lower risk and have the capacity for scaled growth. . .to a specific stage.

    Having only found this one final week, I frankly never really looked at what it did, when it did it , but had the exact comprehension of seeing the identical triggering logic on the other CORE.

    Now I've had the time to really analyze the transactions, I do see that I might be in a position to further reduce some risk with added exit logic in precisely the exact same manner as TMA does.

    Overall, I'm running this specific VERSION on one of my personal accounts, just began on Sunday and though I like to leave these operate well enough on their own, may still make the most of the manual controls from time to time. Currently, my account is FLAT. Give the AUD spikes, I managed to take profit and shut all transactions rather than leaving some of those socks in the basket. Would continue to perform this on a CLOSE ALL OPEN TRADES ON basis to keep things in check. It just tiny chunks of change that I am using this along with a couple others, so continuous progress for me personally personally is WAY better than crossing fingers into market near.

    All Eyes will be helpful in the additional development and I will definitely use your experience, sir.

    Even if ya don't get cash into the account, fire this motherfucker up on a demonion and see what you can lend.

  7. #27
    Great to see you

    Much like the EA -- did some sh1t backtest to see what you are doing -- Really krool

    Can Establish a lap top to farward Evaluation -- I'm back with findings

    Thanks again to the EA

    Regards

  8. #28
    Comparatively Speaking...

    Appears that M1 is trading Somewhat better than the Renko.. .but all around. . .Not too fucking poor.

    Only real difference. . .seems Renko is holding the shit trades - M1 trader is closed.

    Does that match up to what you've got?

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Comparatively Speaking... Seems that M1 is trading a little better than the Renko. . .but overall. . .Not too fucking poor. Only genuine difference. . .seems Renko is holding the shit trades - M1 trader is closed. Does that match up to what you've got? image
    Indeed.
    Up till today, the Renko fared better, today it's the reverse.
    While the account may survive, in addition, it suggests that, again, one move may kill a too modest account.

    I am glad I used the normal lot size
    I am certain that with sufficient balance, the account will endure.

  10. #30
    Thanks god I managed to Shut all trades before the US news with profit

    I was risking to Substantially 0.25 with 17 pairs loool Have to calm down a bit in matter of MM

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