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Thread: Minimizing Drawdown Exposure for FXTreadPros Semi Martingale

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    I'm operating a a method, which I described in post #52 and you reacted to on post #55, which will hopefully explain in a tabular format by liquidating about the retracement back to the initial entry price rather than the SL position(leapfrog for want of a better terminology), one would decrease the drawdown risk.

    I might be off base in my believing, but stay tuned...

    https://www.forexsoutheast.asia/cryp...ng-script.html

  2. #2
    I am pretty new to Foreign Exchange trading. I am not sophistied enough to confuse most members. I believe my suggested amendment that I will post may take this model to another level, unless I am wrong about particular fundamentals. I believe that the idea I have, when plugged into this version, will enable a person to disengage in the sequence without risking a substance loss. In effect, I feel the reduction is going to be the aproximate amount of potential profit at the given trade. If my assumption is right, then the maximum risk is only the potential profit margin at every trade degree, which would make this model absolutely rewarding. By way of instance, imagine if a potential profit is $1500 (as with commerce #23), but rather than possibly dropping $24,600, you are at risk for only $2,000 loss. In such a scenario you could win 60% of the time and still double your money annually. Once I am done with the table, I will gladly post it for your review of members.

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    That is the table with the amended approach... the major drawback is that it requires considerable amounts of cash deposits. It's based on a 20 spread against the trader between buy and sell. I began with a normal lot, rather than a mini lot. This example is for a 400:1 margin. By the 11th entrance, your risk is only $1,400; nonetheless, your potential profit is $4,080. I figure there are several adjustments I can make to reduce the cash requirement and extend the entrance points.

    Please tear it apart, if you may... Let me know if my logic is faulty...
    https://www.forexsoutheast.asia/atta...1697587714.doc

  4. #4
    I revised the attachment to include a possible reduction in the 11th entry stage. Based upon my understanding the possible reduction could be $1750. The potential profit could be $4080.
    https://www.forexsoutheast.asia/atta...2177117889.doc

  5. #5
    Logically, perhaps I might have overstated the gains, reduction, internet by erronously quadruplying the numbers. If that is true, then the possible profit would just be $1,020. Given the probablity behind this method, which should yield a break-out greater than 90% of the time, with $1,750 risk for each reduction, this is still a phenomenal egy... Unless my perception is faulty!

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I revised the attachment to include a possible loss in the 11th entry stage. Based upon my understanding the possible loss could be $1750. The profit could still be $4080.
    Jones247,

    I apologize but I'm not understanding what you're suggesting in any way. Can you give a clearer explanation regarding the mechanics of your Sequence? I admit I'm a bit lost here...

    Dan

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    I'm sorry for your muddled information. I attempted to convey it as best I could. Nevertheless, the fundamental premise of my modifiion to your egy is to depart when the price retraces back to my original entry price. This way I would avoid the continual build-up of declines. To guarantee a profit then, acquire the new entry point in a lot differential to accomodate how the losing position on the prior entry point is going to be 20 pips more than the winning position.

    Hopefully this helps...

  8. #8
    My exit egy for each entry point would be in lieu of a SL...

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'm sorry for the muddled information. I attempted to communie it as best I could. Nevertheless, the fundamental premise of my amendment to your egy is to exit when the price retraces back to my initial entry price. This way I would steer clear of the continual buildup of declines. To guarantee a profit then, obtain the new entry point at a lot differential to accomodate how the losing position on the previous entry point is going to be 20 pips greater than the winning place.

    Hopefully this helps...
    I am still not after - perhaps it is me. What do you do if price doesn't retrace to your initial entry price?

    Anyhow, I am still worried that your Posting of modifiions to the Strategy I am presenting in this Thread will be highly confusing to Traders attempting to understand what I am doing. I feel your idea's would be served by working on that in a separate Thread. Can you possibly remove the past couple of Posts and attachments and put them in a new Thread?

    I appreciate your contribution but since I am having trouble grasping what you're saying, I feel strongly that this serves to dilute the idea that I have introduced.

    Dan

  10. #10
    I am sorry Dan, I do not mean to hurt your thread... I was only trying to help. If it does not retrace, then good... you win with the break-out profit in accord with my attachment (1/4 of this profit amount said )...

    Please be kind enough to allow me tomorrow to eliminate my articles, since I have a friend who is an expert with tremendous insight on various egies. Please allow me to talk with him, he is currently on vaion; however, once he returns I think he may be in a position to better clarify this concept, which I think integrates well with your egy.

    Thanks,

    Walt

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