The Final Holy Grail Journal Discussion Thread

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No, it's not another epic thread looming.
The results are Coming, from Wednesday 5:00 a.m. GMT until the end of May, and we will see...
Why do we have to wait that long, just post a copy of your demo account statement showing your trades since you started on the 100% method. If you cant do that then you can expect to get a load of abuse here from people who have heard this all before.

So, post you statement, blank out the account numbers if you are worried about us stealing your demo profits. No excuses, just do it and then we'll believe you. Otherwise you'd be better just disappearing now before you make a total fool of yourself.
 

Mr. Charts

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

"I created a 100% winning strategy"

I have only achieved 84% after 10 years, so please give me your address and bank details so I can transfer US$10 million straightaway.
Your obedient servant,
The Honourable Minister for Financial Procurement,
Lagos,
Nigeria
 

medbs

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"i created a 100% winning strategy"

i have only achieved 84% after 10 years, so please give me your address and bank details so i can transfer us$10 million straightaway.
Your obedient servant,
the honourable minister for financial procurement,
lagos,
nigeria
lol
 

Ambrose Ackroyd

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

I think the only way to achieve a 100% long-term result on a trading strategy is not to trade it.

Zero trades, zero wins and most importantly, no losses.

Pure consistency ..... beautiful symmetry ...... dazzling defensiveness.....stress-free.

Nirvana.
 
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Another idiot system, quote honestly fed up of telling people that trading without stops or with massive stops doesn't work. It'll only take 1 trade to wipe out hundreds of profits.

And it will happen. Assuming you'll always be safe is folly.
 
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Another idiot system, quote honestly fed up of telling people that trading without stops or with massive stops doesn't work. It'll only take 1 trade to wipe out hundreds of profits.

And it will happen. Assuming you'll always be safe is folly.
I think the rule is that we get one of these systems a day posted here, the other day it was the 99.9% system.

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/for...ssful-trades-all-level-traders-real-time.html
 

medbs

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

Another idiot system, quote honestly fed up of telling people that trading without stops or with massive stops doesn't work. It'll only take 1 trade to wipe out hundreds of profits.

And it will happen. Assuming you'll always be safe is folly.
Plz, I said no criticizes until the end of May.
I never, never faced one single loss, and, even if it does, it will not wipe out a great part of my profits, it's far from the case, you even don't know anything about my system, so please be quiet during one single month, after that, say all what you want to say.
 
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Plz, I said no criticizes until the end of May.
I never, never faced one single loss, and, even if it does, it will not wipe out a great part of my profits, it's far from the case, you even don't know anything about my system, so please be quiet during one single month, after that, say all what you want to say.
You wont get any 'criticizes' if you do as I suggested and post your demo/live account statements showing your past results. There is no reason you cannot do this and until you do this is the sort of response you will be getting to your thread.

Why can you not post your account statements?
 

medbs

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

You wont get any 'criticizes' if you do as I suggested and post your demo/live account statements showing your past results. There is no reason you cannot do this and until you do this is the sort of response you will be getting to your thread.

Why can you not post your account statements?
If i did, All members will accuse me of making a fake account statement, so, i prefer live signals, no way to say anything negative.
 

Ambrose Ackroyd

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

You only need to have been at this game for a year or two to know what's required of you to pull profit out of the market; good management, of self and money, underpinned by most strats. will (should) lead to an edge of sorts...

(y) :smart:
 

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

Face it, anybody who finds and trades a system that is very successful does not bother posting signals to public forums unless they are ultimately trying to sell something. This is just silly.
(n)

This is a trading journal and should be respected as such. It is normal for people to post their trades in this section. Maybe you prefer that people just bluster? Plenty of them around, occupy your time in those threads rather than trying to form a lynch mob here.:rolleyes:

N.B: Always trade with a STOP!
 

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(n)

This is a trading journal and should be respected as such. It is normal for people to post their trades in this section. Maybe you prefer that people just bluster? Plenty of them around, occupy your time in those threads rather than trying to form a lynch mob here.:rolleyes:
n_t,
Your point would be valid if the OP offered insight into what he's doing. However, he doesn't. Just posting opening and closing positions is pretty meaningless. Under these circumstances, members would be wise to question the motives of the journalist and to listen to TWI and others who doubt him.

If a month goes by and, for the sake or argument, medbs claims to be successful with a 100% winning record, what do you think the likely outcome of this will be? Obviously, his e-mail and PM inboxes will be stuffed full of people wanting help with their trading. If this isn't the objective of the exercise, then medbs needs to clarify what the purpose of the thread is. One way to do that is to provide full and clear answers to the questions put to him.

Anyone who isn't clear about how the Journals forum should be used, please read this: Essentials Of 'Trading Journals'. Based on the evidence so far, medbs isn't making much attempt to follow the guidelines outlined.
Tim.
 
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medbs

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

(n)

This is a trading journal and should be respected as such. It is normal for people to post their trades in this section. Maybe you prefer that people just bluster? Plenty of them around, occupy your time in those threads rather than trying to form a lynch mob here.:rolleyes:

N.B: Always trade with a STOP!
(y)
 

medbs

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Re: The final Holy Grail!

n_t,
Your point would be valid if the OP offered insight into what he's doing. However, he doesn't. Just posting opening and closing positions is pretty meaningless. Under these circumstances, members would be wise to question the motives of the journalist and to listen to TWI and others who doubt him.

If a month goes by and, for the sake or argument, medbs claims to be successful with a 100% winning record, what do you think the likely outcome of this will be? Obviously, his e-mail and PM inboxes will be stuffed full of people wanting help with their trading. If this isn't the objective of the exercise, then medbs needs to clarify what the purpose of the thread is. One way to do that is to provide full and clear answers to the questions put to him.

Anyone who isn't clear about how the Journals forum should be used, please read this: Essentials Of 'Trading Journals'. Based on the evidence so far, medbs isn't making much attempt to follow the guidelines outlined.
Tim.
Believe or not, but i don't have enough time to answer all questions.