Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing and not having the ability to control the situation when things get out of hand.
pandon me again, yes pure spread trading, no directional trades, i should have look more carefully with the summary.
Yes, some spread trading strategies from what I look at it, 8 sets in a row.
looks like i can quit mine and just put money with them haha...
don't they have a rule not to reveal the trades? very soon the strategy will be crack liao.
They are not revealing anything other than the statements received the next day on the trade.If it's so easy to crack, I will be the first one to do so, hahaha. Just not that smart.
i used 2 accounts to blur out the trades so that my broker will not get exactly right what i'm doing, just a precauion.should be able to crack. but ofcos there are other rules in the systems that can only be assume its there, or even other strategies that is install into the system. it can't be that straight forward and apply only one strategy where market condition keep changing.but i suspect what you see is what you can get.
by cracking i mean to determine the strategies and most important the signals to get in and out of the positions, that is good enough. then you can apply your own risk management rules into it.
Yes, what you see is what you get.If not happy with the result, just quit, close the account and walk off.
The market is so dynamic, probably there are many strategies and signals used according to the vibration of the market.We may not be able to know when to use them accordingly.
yes agree. too many strategies might not be good at all, especially in directional trades.as for long short strategy and (short) options, its all about (managing) volatility, when combine with directional trades, its gives you a much wider degree of freedom to manage your positions and thats is critical.
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