This is from the q and a.
Quote'How come you don’t update your trade record anymore?
I have updated my track record religiously for about 4 years now. Publicly, I’ve updated it for about a year and half. The reason I stopped updating it was because it became pointless. The purpose of it in the first place was just to show the efficiency of the system. I believe I have accomplished that and have had enough evidence to know that this system works! I encourage you to keep a track record for yourself to monitor your trading, but as for the Cowabunga System goes, the trade record will stop being updated.
Here are the links to the Cowabunga Track Record when I kept track of it:
For current track records, I am using MeetPips.com to log my trades. The site automatically keeps my track record for me. You can see my current track record here:
MeetPips.com Cowabunga Track Record
Read more: Cowabunga System FAQ' end quote.
I don't know how many hours have gone into maintaining this thread over the years. My gut feeling is that the years mentioned above 2007 and 2008 were indeed profitable as were every year after that. I doubt if a backtesting program could match an actual trader's decisions without being really well written. I would like to see more blogs managed as professionally as this has been. I think there are some good ideas out here though. I would also be very interested in hearing any mods that make this idea better or indeed any better systems.
The MACD in particular needs to match that of the author. I'm not sure the one on MT4 displays the same thing or if it can do it may not be a standard setting. This is something from which many of the trades are taken or declined. I think this system provides approximately 1 valid call per day as a ball park figure.