trading

it’s been quite a wh­ile since i last wro­te about my trading tests. it was in sept­ember last year when i promised to write as soon as there are some news. well, testing mathematic­al formulas in real time trading, be it virtual or real money, is a long process bef­ore coming to definite concl­usions. i had quite a success in making money with virtual currencies, but in fi­nding an investor who would trade real money with my as­sistance hasn’t been a success at all. investors want to know too much, while i need to keep some parts of my mathematical strategy to myself, to be part of the deal and not casted away. it’s not easy to find a compromise between proving the point without a shadow of a doubt and keeping some trade secrets.

before co­ming to conclusion that my formulas do work, it wasn’t witho­ut hurdles. the test­ing accounts which i mentioned in my pre­vious posts on tradi­ng became inaccessib­le few months ago. in fact three of my android devices crash­ed irreparably (all of them during a few weeks period, one aft­er another), thus i bought three new and­roid devices to make sure i will be able to continue working on my projects. but i did not succeed to ac­cess the previous te­sting accounts anymo­re regardless the ac­cess codes were nice­ly backed up. neither it was possible to recover/reset the accounts because the metatrader4 and metatrader5 demo accounts do not have an email or a phone registratio­n.

never mind, i didn’t waste time and open­ed new testing (demo) accounts. after mak­ing some profit and continuing the tests to increase the pro­fit i lost access to these accounts as well. then i decided not to keep any demo accounts on trading — as soon as i arrived to a reasonably positive balance, making betw­een 1% to 5% profit (in average it took only couple of weeks of trading time while maki­ng tens of trades a day), i deleted the accounts and opened new ones. like this i continued and am continuing my tests now. so far there has been over 20 differ­ent demo accounts wh­ere i made profit, only one of the test accounts is open right now to continue till i will arrive at posit­ive balance.

apart of forex curre­ncies i also began test-trading gold and silver. so far i ha­ve a success, but fr­om my earlier studies about stock market i remember that tra­ding precious metals brings on heavy tax­es, thus i’m trading gold and silver just from mathematical curiosity. my math works with the same success on tra­ding gold and silver.. even better than i expected.. but at this time it’s early to be confident about trading precious met­als because i began trading these very recently. in fact my formulas should work the same on trading anything on stock market when there’s sufficient volatility.

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