I am pleased to hear you have benefited from my posts. I am afraid i do not offer a consultancy service or sell any services for that matter. Jay/John monitor such enquries @ GVI Forex So any future enquires of this nature should be directed through them. ATB.
GVI Forex Jay 15:14:58 GMT - 01/07/2010
SDE, check your email.
New Hampshire SDE 15:01:38 GMT - 01/07/2010
U.K./J.B. - I read your posts with great interest. I run our family business, Foreign Exchange is very new to us. We have utmost respect and follow your recommendation's to date nearly a 100 % right. Do you offer a consultancy service or are you very independant . I hope this is appropriate to ask here .
U.K J.B 13:34:43 GMT - 01/07/2010
Your welcome i hope i have answered your questions . I have to leave now GL/GT
sofia kaprikorn 13:31:23 GMT - 01/07/2010
J.B - tnx and appreciate it!
U.K J.B 13:04:56 GMT - 01/07/2010
Sofia- i may be duplicating points i have made in previous posts. I will keep it brief today but would be happy to expand on certain issues another time. It is all about percentages for me. San Diego bobl also made some good points on this and finding your comfort level. I never look at the rates on my screen ( pointless and mis leading ) why would someone put in a tight stop pointless, this clearly shows they have no confidence in the trade so the trade should not be on in the first place. It does not matter if you are short $ 1 million or dolls 1 trillion i never look at the p+l just the percentage gain/loss on the amount i am managing. I will trade around a position to improve the average but initially risking 0.5/1 % to make 2/3%. I like to scale in yes very much. I also like trades to go against me initially when i put the first part on. No such thing as throwing in the towel i dont like that expression. If our technicals and system levels are showing no decent r/r on a trade we will close and take a 0.7 % hit. We have never had 10 in a row ie 7 % draw-down. I leave call levels normally around 200 points away but of course depending on the size of the position. How many traders get stopped out of good position's on a stop hunt. Hopefully not us . I like to see the price action when we approach levels where i know stops will be. Generally i will be looking to increase the position . The market is full of machines. algo. HFT , systematic so we have to allow for these big swings now in our analysis, but i am very contrarian in my approach as you probably know. I am often asked where is the % so high for people losing money in Forex. Perhaps if they did the opposite to what the so called expert's are saying and predicting there could be your answer. GL/GT
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