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  1. #81
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    This strategy is futile, biyasc - have you noticed that nzpenny has not posted for going on 3 years, there could be any number of reasons for that but a likely one is like rhodytrader says - Boom!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplepatchforex View Post
    This strategy is futile, biyasc - have you noticed that nzpenny has not posted for going on 3 years, there could be any number of reasons for that but a likely one is like rhodytrader says - Boom!!
    thnaks. i didn't notice the post date. but i have something in my mind to make the strategy useful. lets see.
    Last edited by biyasc; 03-07-2011 at 08:46 AM.

  3. #83
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    Did anyone put together an EA based on this strategy?

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    I am using the same system after i realized that all other systems do fail and very difficult to succeed eventually you will out all what you gained. I use 40 pips difference and start with only 2.5 usd/pip the problem is when things go wrong (very trending market) your account will be wipped off its my only month with green pips since i started. Its two way road you want profit you should lessen the amount of pull back required but this will increase the risk as when it moves to level 2 or 3 you will be aggressively against the market trend and this could turn bloody. One way i developed is to get satisfied with 40 or 80 pips maximum and not looking to capture the whole move and thats by maintaining a difference between the reversal trade and the trade with the trend.

  5. #85
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    I had mindblowing experiens with my hadged grid trading system too)))
    Made 500% on my real acc fist week in low volatility EUR/USD with my breakout grid system and then failed slowly (haging)

    It seems to be that they all fail sooner or later.

    It seems to be nzpenny and topicstarter understood that too by this time. There are many similar threds worldwide and you just can't imagine how good they were worked tru.

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by biyasc View Post
    thnaks. i didn't notice the post date. but i have something in my mind to make the strategy useful. lets see.
    Are you still on.?? Whats your strategy to make it profitable.??

  7. #87
    In rangy markets it can be profitable one but in trendy this strategy might not be good with small grid sizes.
    In trendy markets, whatever we gain on +ive closed positions the same we will loose on -ve opened positions. Although our net equity will remain same but we might get a margin call since open positions will keep eating usable margin.
    But by keeping grid size more (e.g. 80/100/120 pips), we can hope for a retracement and close the loosing positions at net average profit.
    Another exit out can be to close all positions when usable margin drops certain level. Since our equity remains same, we are not looser(except the spread/comm) and we will start all over again.....
    let me give this strategy a serious thought and come up with something....in the mean time, you guys see any better exit strategy for loosing positions..??

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    i find it funny he posted this ranging system right before the trend/crash in 08 lol

  9. #89
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    Default This System works, i used it before.

    Quote Originally Posted by IyaJenkei View Post
    i find it funny he posted this ranging system right before the trend/crash in 08 lol
    Maybe this is the best system, it works, Just dont place reversal position until a cross over is verified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dineshydv View Post
    In rangy markets it can be profitable one but in trendy this strategy might not be good with small grid sizes.
    In trendy markets, whatever we gain on +ive closed positions the same we will loose on -ve opened positions. Although our net equity will remain same but we might get a margin call since open positions will keep eating usable margin.
    But by keeping grid size more (e.g. 80/100/120 pips), we can hope for a retracement and close the loosing positions at net average profit.
    Another exit out can be to close all positions when usable margin drops certain level. Since our equity remains same, we are not looser(except the spread/comm) and we will start all over again.....
    let me give this strategy a serious thought and come up with something....in the mean time, you guys see any better exit strategy for loosing positions..??
    Perhaps if the EA is coded to look for two envrionments using an indicator or set of rules

    1. Ranging
    2. Trending

    Then once the EA is thinking i am trading in "ranging/trending" then we program the EA to act differently. It trades like normal in ranging as said above and when its trending we simply dont trade or use a different set of rules to enable the EA to be profitable ?

    Just a thought

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