Measuring success or failure by the quantity of pips banked at the end of a session, be it a day, week or month is not effective, as I previously said in another reply of yours. Pips DO NOT EQUAL real cash profit. You can end a trading month with negative pips from what you started the month with and still close the month with cash profit. What I don’t think you’re thinking about is the cash value per pip.
A trader may lose 5 trades at once in GBP/USD trading one lot with a 30 pip stop and a 60 pip profit. (5 x 30pip stop x $10) = -$1500, -150 pips
He may then win a trade also in GBP/USD trading 3 lots with a 30 pip stop and 60 pips profit. (1 x 60pip profit x $30) = +$1800, +60pips
The net difference here at the period end is as follows
Pips after the period (-150pips + 60 pips) = -90pips - according to you this is bad, and shows poor trading which should not be rewarded.
Cash profit after the period (-$1500 + $1800) = +$300
Proof that pips do not equal success and finally proof that pips should not be used in isolation as a way to measure account statistics.[/QUOTE]
Hey troll .
Do you have so thing agesnt me , you troll my on every post I make
Now in this case your 100% wrong
As Zulu trader get paid 0.5 pip per trade per lot …
It doesn’t matter if they have 0.01 lot or 0.50 lot they still get 0.5 pip
2nd you dum trolling prick
Zulu trade is 100% base of pips
If you make 1 trade 100 pips x 0.10= $100
Then make 1 trade lost of 100 x 0.01 =. -$10
The Zulu profile will count your total as 0
Not as $90 profit
The use all cal as 1 standard lot
So scamming ppl like your self don’t make 100 losing trade then . 1 huge trade to make up profit
( now I know you are going to comment as you alway do that every pip is not worth $1 but let just say it does )
Now you should of study Zulu trader first befor you open your mouth
I bet you don’t even have account with them