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FAX vs GAG

Pfff, and why do you read of throught ?

Cause:
1- @daiichi prays for the divergence of investors on $FAX (see above)
2- $GAG & $FAX have For the same period (All, 6M, 3M), the same estimated MAX investment.

Do you have other important question cavalier ?

LOL I don’t pray for the divergence but for investors money.

Ahhh ! I read of throught to . Pfff, basta

You’re welcome if you have any other question.

Seriously @CavaliereVerde, you have the power of live and death on this community ! Sorry for that @daiichi. :joy:

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@CavaliereVerde i criticize the Promising filter of darwinex not $GAG, the poor, it’s not himself who give this filter.

With a 1,1/10 on Loss Aversion (La), how darwinex ? Pfff their algo are really busy for filter.

Promising & Good scores are faked FOR ME

LA is important but not as important as you think.

BTW a true comparison will be possible when both darwins will reach EX=10 :slight_smile:

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2 posts were merged into an existing topic: New Natives Filters (Reloaded version): Good Scores, On Fire,

Ok, but here ! it’s $GAG vs $FAX, so you go to discuss elsewhee ! lol

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hehe :slight_smile:

The best criticizers of the filters are the first to advertise that they have reached one on Twitter :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

Great session traders :wink:

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If a bad trader with so many darwins closed can earn a filter anybody can do it, isn’t it?

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In the left corner, the promising $GAG, showing 98% profit trades, 90 consecutive trades on the same asset, the King OoOoOf Grid…
versus in the right corner, the on fire $FAX, showing One trade at the same time, at the same risk, the King OoOoOf Loss Aversion.

who will manage his drawdown in time and in-depth ?
who will be with the carpet?

Ring !! :joy:

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I’m wondering why @TheCheetah is not publishing today.

Maybe he’s in vacation.

Oh non he has made an loosing trade.

I would love to see some graphics, they are so cute.

Come on, guys!

Markets are tough enough, let’s try to stick together to beat them :slight_smile:

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Loss Aversion is just the risk/reward of trades.

What really matters is loss aversion of the trader.
Whe you are able to tolerate losing trades, losing days, losing weeks and losing months you are much closer to be a profitable trader.

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Can’t agree with that, maybe you mean the right behavior or attitude.

If I read your statement including the losing months I remember all the church Darwins here like NMM or the martingales looking for their death trade. :wink:

I think a losing month or consecutive losing months is a sign to THINK carefully about the potential of improvements.

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Gambling to recover is just the opposite of loss tolerance.

After 4 negative consecutive months probably ther is something to improve I agree with that.

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Your grid strategy worked, works but will fail until a maxDD and often an eternal time drawdown, so benefits well from the time which remains you.

i use a daily loss limit and the recovery of my drawdownS is short. Positive daily skewness distribution VV 0% Normal daily distribution.

:grin:

Oh yes the cute chart. I was affraid not to see it any more.

So this means that you have made a win trade.

I love the guy that trades 15 min in the morning aand when he makes a win spend the sert of the day criticizing the others.

I don’t need charts to evaluate your trading. Your speech in many forums since almost 3 years telle a lot more about it.

But chuuut I’m not going to make it public cause it might seem like reckoning.

:joy: I love you too mobylette