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FuturesX
FuturesX
Some nice trades since I subscribed. So far I'm happy. Unfortunately, reviewing a provider after a couple weeks is meaningless. I'd prefer to write a review after a couple months or more but apparently C2 doesn't allow this. Sigh...
SPX Edge
SPX Edge
System started out OK but I ran into the drawdown during July and August. It might perform well in the long term, but you'd want to have a good buffer of capital to withstand the drawdowns. I think the developer has a good understanding of what makes a successful trading system, and implementing good risk management.
Goldmetre B
Goldmetre B
So far so good, the system uses good risk management, and has a very realistic 52% win rate. Avg. winners $490 vs. $380 avg loss. These stats are vastly better than most systems on here. Novices are drawn to the ROI% numbers without digging deeper into the trade stats. This system doesn't draw-down 10% to win 1%. I ran some analysis on all the trade results and found a $550 stop loss improves the overall max-drawdown so that's what I've been using and it is working well.
The Spirit of Nicolas Darvas.
The Spirit of Nicolas Darvas.
I've been trading The Spirit of Nicolas Darvas since last fall and, so far, I'm very happy with the strong and steady performance. I will post updates as necessary.

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Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
GSP Trader
GSP Trader
1CMany years ago when I worked as a research director for one of the major Wall Street brokerage firms, one of my job responsibilities included evaluating commodity trading advisors (CTAs). One of the statistics that CTAs were required by the regulatory authorities to report was the percentage of client accounts that closed with a profit. I made the striking discovery that the majority of closed accounts showed a net loss for virtually all of the CTAs I reviewed 13 even those who had no losing years! The obvious implication was that investors were so bad in their investment entries and exits that most of them lost money 13 even when they chose a consistently winning CTA! This poor timing reflects the common investor tendency to commit to an investment after it has done well and to liquidate an investment after it has done poorly. Although these types of investment decisions may sound perfectly natural, even instinctive, they are also generally wrong. 1D
- ¬ Jack Schwager, 1CMarket Sense and Nonsense 1D
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
D S
D S
Thanks for the quote, GSP Trader, and to you too,T SH, for your guess regarding the 39,993 views.

Your quote and guess still do not change the facts of the low drawdown, low cost, high Calmar ratio, good profit factor, etc.

I will invest with confidence in systems, using the facts I find important, regardless the number of views and Mr. Schwager's writings.

Daniel
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
T SH
T SH
Sure just was commenting on the ranking issue , that's not a guess , the default ranking on the grid is popularity , and 40k views for a new system like that one is just wrong , just compare with old systems .
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
D S
D S
By the way, could you tell me where you got this number from?
Thanks,
Daniel
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
T SH
T SH
Hi , click on "Followers" .
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
D S
D S
OK, I am reading 40,006 now.
So what is your point?
Is there a financial meaning to this number?
Does it change the facts of low cost, low drawdown, high Calmar, high profit factor, etc?
Daniel
Subject:System Selection
Posted by:
T SH
T SH
Hi DS , my reply was to that post not yours :

"How can Gold Generator with only 18 trades and a low return percentage be number one on the futures grid?

L. Herbert"
Subject:Grid/ Gold Generator
Posted by:
L Herbert
L Herbert
How can Gold Generator with only 18 trades and a low return percentage be number one on the futures grid?

L. Herbert
Subject:Grid/ Gold Generator
Posted by:
W Watkins
W Watkins
It's called being better with the mouse than with systems development. It's easy to filter through the BS.

William
Subject:Grid/ Gold Generator
Posted by:
D S
D S
Searching The Grid for a profitable low cost gold trading system with a high Calmar ratio, I have found GOLD GENERATOR to have a higher Calmar at the moment.
And the fact that its maximum drawdown is only 6.8%, makes the system very attractive, especially for a smaller capital.

Other stats are competitive as well.

Granted, it is a new system with 19 trades. Still, its trading record shows realistic low risk profitable consistency over the last three months.

I am better off safe than sorry.

Daniel
Subject:Grid/ Gold Generator
Posted by:
T SH
T SH
It is number one on the grid because "There have been 39,993 page views of this system by registered users" , ofcourse that number is wrong or a glitch , or it could be a c2pro system which if thats the case then it will count the developer's visits as well .
Subject:Goldmetre B
Posted by:
Jiong Shi
Jiong Shi
I am looking for 10 new subscribers. If I get 10 to go for a free trial I will drop the subscription price to $200/ month.for all...new and current.

This system is performing nicely.

Lee
Subject:GOLD GENERATOR1
Posted by:
Nathan H
Nathan H
Dear Matthew,

I am sure you are aware that the system now called GOLD GENERATOR1, previously called Goldmetre A and later, Killed System 2, was created by a system developer whose name is known as LA on C2.
This is just to let you know that LA is not affiliated with me and my system development efforts in any way, shape or form.
It appears, however, that, as of today, LA has chosen to imply that he is somehow affiliated with my system GOLD GENERATOR, by calling his system GOLD GENERATOR1.

Please help us to avoid potential confusion and keep LA's C2 identity separate from mine.

Thank you,
Nathan
Subject:GOLD GENERATOR1
Posted by:
L A
L A
Quit running up views on my old systems.
Every time you log in, my killed systems appear at the top.
You must have alot of time on your hands.

Lee
Subject:GOLD GENERATOR1
Posted by:
Nathan H
Nathan H
P.S. Just a moment ago he renamed his system again. Now LA calls his system by my name, Nathan H.
What is the meaning of all this?
Subject:GOLD GENERATOR1
Posted by:
L A
L A
Seems you are very familiar with my systems....obsess much?

Lee
Subject:Multicharts user
Posted by:
Vince Notardonato
Vince Notardonato
Hello, any multicharts user know how to set up gmail to be accessed by the MC email alert option?
This will allow to send trades alert automatically to C2 and the subscriber
Thank you
Subject:Goldmetre B
Posted by:
L A
L A
Congratulations subscribers. New all time equity high.

Lee
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