College Fund Challenge

This is a discussion on College Fund Challenge within the Trading Journals forums, part of the Reception category; Originally Posted by tkbieber Proof is in the history . If you can't trust the history or the stats and ...

View Poll Results: How close to my goal of $2,000,000 do you think I will get?
You think I will blow the account and my $100 will be lost. 79 58.52%
You think I will somewhat earn a profit $200-$1,500. 17 12.59%
You think I will get a pretty good return but not close to $2,000,000. 27 20.00%
You think I will get way more then $2,000,000. 12 8.89%
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Old Nov 27, 2011, 10:01pm   #466
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Proof is in the history. If you can't trust the history or the stats and the fact that the Track Record and Trading Privileges have both been Verified as a Real account than I guess Myfxbook is a "scam".
You have deleted the history of the first EA so that no-one can see the quick and total busting of that account.

You are hiding the Open trades of this second EA so that no-one can see the losses and Drawdowns of the account.
You well know that the biggest scam with selling EAs is the use of large (or unlimited) stop losses to hide massive losses and and massive DrawDowns. The scammers do that by hiding their Open trades

If you show your Open trades, (instead of intentionally and surreptitiously hiding them), then we will treat you as an honest EA vendor.
The alternative is that we will know that you are a scam.
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Old Nov 27, 2011, 10:32pm   #467
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You have deleted the history of the first EA so that no-one can see the quick and total busting of that account.

You are hiding the Open trades of this second EA so that no-one can see the losses and Drawdowns of the account.
You well know that the biggest scam with selling EAs is the use of large (or unlimited) stop losses to hide massive losses and and massive DrawDowns. The scammers do that by hiding their Open trades
So in the HISTORY tab on page 2 where you see a loss of -225 on 11.8.2011, what is that? It's the STOP LOSS. TP is from 15-40 pips and SL is 225. No less no more.
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Old Nov 28, 2011, 4:53am   #468
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You have deleted the history of the first EA so that no-one can see the quick and total busting of that account.

You are hiding the Open trades of this second EA so that no-one can see the losses and Drawdowns of the account.
You well know that the biggest scam with selling EAs is the use of large (or unlimited) stop losses to hide massive losses and and massive DrawDowns. The scammers do that by hiding their Open trades

If you show your Open trades, (instead of intentionally and surreptitiously hiding them), then we will treat you as an honest EA vendor.
The alternative is that we will know that you are a scam.
Why are you so afraid to show your Open Trades?
What is hiding in there?
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Old Nov 28, 2011, 1:33pm   #469
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tkbieber started this thread Ok, one of the trades closed last night for +39 pips leaving just two open trades now.

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Old Nov 30, 2011, 5:06am   #470
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tkbieber started this thread Nothing new today. No new trades opened and there are two still open.

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Old Dec 1, 2011, 3:12am   #471
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tkbieber started this thread The drama is finally over with a loss of -6.6%.

Nothing hiding, by the way, "shewolf". It closed out at -225 pips.

I have one open trade now.

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Old Dec 1, 2011, 7:45am   #472
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The drama is finally over with a loss of -6.6%.

Nothing hiding, by the way, "shewolf". It closed out at -225 pips.

I have one open trade now.

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While you persist in hiding your Open trades, we will always have a major doubt about you and your EA.

You well know that the biggest scam with selling EAs is the use of large (or unlimited) stop losses to hide massive losses and and massive DrawDowns. The scammers do that by hiding their Open trades

If you show your Open trades, (instead of intentionally and surreptitiously hiding them), then we will treat you as an honest EA vendor.
The alternative is that we will know that you are a scam.

Open up your Open trades.
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Old Dec 1, 2011, 1:38pm   #473
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tkbieber started this thread Ok, well the month of November ended with +44.3%. My goal is 15% a month so it well exceeded that.

With a +3.3% gain last night this month is off to a good start.

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Old Dec 2, 2011, 2:45am   #474
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While you persist in hiding your Open trades, we will always have a major doubt about you and your EA.

You well know that the biggest scam with selling EAs is the use of large (or unlimited) stop losses to hide massive losses and and massive DrawDowns. The scammers do that by hiding their Open trades

If you show your Open trades, (instead of intentionally and surreptitiously hiding them), then we will treat you as an honest EA vendor.
The alternative is that we will know that you are a scam.

Open up your Open trades.

So, how many trades do you have open now? And what are they?
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Old Dec 2, 2011, 4:44am   #475
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So, how many trades do you have open now? And what are they?
I have a USDJPY open.
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Old Dec 2, 2011, 9:02am   #476
 
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Hi all

Been reading recent posts and observing Shewolf nagging like a fishwife. Don't
quite understand why you are so bent on trying to destroy Travis but I suppose
everyone has their reasons. just glad I don't live with you.

Regarding S180 group which I have been a member of since March this year.
I thought Travis recovery options were too risky and ignored them. Consequently
I haven't blown any accounts and have more than doubled my own account.
I have had many EAs and trade some largish accounts. This is not the best of them but deserves its place in my team
Cheers
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Old Dec 2, 2011, 10:34pm   #477
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Hi all

Been reading recent posts and observing Shewolf nagging like a fishwife. Don't
quite understand why you are so bent on trying to destroy Travis but I suppose
everyone has their reasons. just glad I don't live with you.

Regarding S180 group which I have been a member of since March this year.
I thought Travis recovery options were too risky and ignored them. Consequently
I haven't blown any accounts and have more than doubled my own account.
I have had many EAs and trade some largish accounts. This is not the best of them but deserves its place in my team
Cheers
moidart
Thank you.

I am not a signal service that gives out free signals by showing my open trades.

The least amount of risk would be to risk just 1% per trade. After a bad trade, I would risk 5%. Worst case, if there ever would be two bad trades in a row, you would only loose 6%.

I've completely recovered (within a couple of dollars) from the loss a couple of days ago. So far, +6.6% for the month.

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Old Dec 6, 2011, 2:35pm   #478
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tkbieber started this thread Ok, well the waiting game of two more trades that opened yesterday are still open.

Maybe they will close out today in profit. I'm hearing word from the "pros" that the GBPUSD could likely go way down yet. I have two sells so that would be nice for me.

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Old Dec 6, 2011, 11:16pm   #479
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tkbieber started this thread After one day of trading, the GBP dropped just enough to get my required pips and closed out in profit.

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Old Dec 7, 2011, 8:45pm   #480
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I've just noticed the 0815 GBPUSD trade that was opened on 12/05/2011 closed at 1.5572. How did this happen as your published settings for the 0815 trade are set for a profit target of 40 pips. The trade closed at 29.2 pips profit. Are you manually closing your trades?
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