Thanks for starting this thread I have been trying to start a new thread on this subject myself but was not able to for some reason.
If you don’t mind I will join in, hopefully without hijacking your thread!
I am quite new to trading and work during the day so I was looking for a Set & Forget morning or evening system. Was interested in FMR (Forex Morning Trade) after spending hours reading the thread here on trade2win only to find out it’s no longer available and no longer used by anyone on here. I then tried a couple of other systems including one called Newsnight trader (don’t ask), got burnt a little, but survived. Last week I got an email (amongst many others) promoting Ninja Morning Trade and after trying to find more information than that on their website and finding none I decided I would document my journey here, if only to keep me dedicated to my once a day trading cause. I am new to this so any tips, tricks and suggestions would be much appreciated.
(Note: I am risking 2% per trade not 3% mentioned in the manual)
Trades so far in November, quiet but profitable. I am told to expect a couple of trades a week for each currency pair and although there were about 5 signals only 1 trade was triggered.
1-Nov = No Trade
4-Nov = Short +25 PIPs (+2%)
5-Nov – 8-Nov = No Trade
No trades yet
No trades yet
Hope to try and report every day and provide a weekly summary.
Great. Are you going to log the results here? I'm taking a look through the manual again this weekend and will set up the charts on a demo account. Unfortunately I can't use it the start of next week due to work commitments - so if you can post any results you get I would appreciate it.
Jeez -why would some one sell a system that makes money when he would keep it to himself.
Therefore, you new guys are trying to spam this thread with fictitious success stories hoping to rope in the stupid. No doubt you might ensnare some
The same for me. I might extend this to some other pairs to see how it works out. I am also wondering how it would work with some form of trailing stop as a couple of the trades went into profit and then fell back.