I think it is I who is to be sorry, not you, because I feel sort of I have disappointed you in some sense... Should I take it as that you urge me on quickening my pace?
Well, speaking to you personally, I agree about everything you say in the first paragraph: analyze > make decision > place a trade - nothing to invent or re-invent or even insert in this procedure. If you mean my "100% different", it refers
to HOW to do it and WHAT the result of the process is - this is what I want to share hoping to be helpful to many traders as well as ask what they think about it and, hopefully again, have a piece of advice here and there in exchange.
So I suggest that we forget "re-invented"...
Making up for your disappointment, here are a couple of things I FOUND at the final stage of a very long and scrupulous work:
- there are a number of CCs whose historical range is just between 100 and 200 USD (compare: EUR/USD hr is 8,000 USD (high 1.63 - low 0,83 = 8,000), i.e.
40 to 80 (in some cases more than 100) times less - you know WHAT it means!!!
- I found proportions between the account balance/equity and a trade size with
which the drawdown has never HISTORICALLY exceeded 20%!
- how to make rollovers to ALWAYS be with profit!
- that EVERY single trade can and MUST be closed in profit!
Hope you can find something real new in the above.
we're with you all the way ..........you cant lose !
best wishes from all the boys at LTCM