TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TygerKrane » Sun May 10, 2015 7:45 pm

aliassmith wrote:.
I have some crazy swings these days also. I removed
60% of my account from my broker and trade higher
leverage. Removing the money protects me from market black swans and from myself.

I remember MO telling someone its better to trade $500 aggressively than $5000 cautiously.


Yes, definitely some crazy swings. AGAIN, this week, from my weekly low to the +33% trade I was holding onto, is actually a gain of 62.5% if you calculate from my weekly low balance!!
But like I said, NFP is over, so I'll be more responsible going forward.

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TygerKrane » Sun May 10, 2015 7:57 pm

seedling wrote:If one is high leverage and a black swan paddles along isn't one screwed either way... Or do you mean if Alpari type incident occurs..

Leverage the double edged sword.

btw, keep on the up Tyger, you have perservered, rekon people think you may deserve the gains you are achieving now.

DON'T BLOW UP!!!

:lol:

All the best


seedling,
Again, thanks for the vote of confidence fellow pirate, trying to make this the year that I slap my boss! :lol:

I might actually go into the office tonight to get some 'job' work done...b/c g-d help the man or woman who tries to get me away from my desk while I'm trying to make a hi-lev dragon33 style entry out of an H8 MightyZone :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby MightyOne » Sun May 10, 2015 8:20 pm

The race is to +39 to 58.49%; adding a zero in 5 to 7 targets.

Do you need to take big risks to go from 33 to 39%? Probably not.

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1
2. 1932
------------{ 2584 } 2
3. 2685
4. 3733
------------{ 3981 } 3
5. 5188
------------{ 6309 } 4
6. 7212
------------{ 10000 } 5 <--- +0
7. 10025 <--- +0

Don't target infinity/sextillions, trade to and from targets.

Once you add a zero, that $390 that you were so excited about is only worth $39 to you & another zero from now it will look like a cup of coffee :)
So don't focus on the here and now but always look to the future [-o<

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby seedling » Mon May 11, 2015 9:27 pm

TygerKrane wrote:Again, thanks for the vote of confidence fellow pirate, trying to make this the year that I slap my boss! :lol:


Make sure you don't add many zeros before you slap your boss :wink: Otherwise you may lose a few when he sues you :lol: seen as though you are in the land of sue #-o

Alas, I should be revising...

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TygerKrane » Tue May 12, 2015 10:24 am

seedling wrote:
TygerKrane wrote:Again, thanks for the vote of confidence fellow pirate, trying to make this the year that I slap my boss! :lol:


Make sure you don't add many zeros before you slap your boss :wink: Otherwise you may lose a few when he sues you :lol: seen as though you are in the land of sue #-o

Alas, I should be revising...

All the 00000s with an int first of course.


You mean 'integer', right?
:lol:

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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TygerKrane » Tue May 12, 2015 10:26 am

MightyOne wrote:The race is to +39 to 58.49%; adding a zero in 5 to 7 targets.

Do you need to take big risks to go from 33 to 39%? Probably not.

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1
2. 1932
------------{ 2584 } 2
3. 2685
4. 3733
------------{ 3981 } 3
5. 5188
------------{ 6309 } 4
6. 7212
------------{ 10000 } 5 <--- +0
7. 10025 <--- +0

Don't target infinity/sextillions, trade to and from targets.

Once you add a zero, that $390 that you were so excited about is only worth $39 to you & another zero from now it will look like a cup of coffee :)
So don't focus on the here and now but always look to the future [-o<

Ah! I SEE what you're trying to do there :!:

MO, I love you man! :smt059

I WILL add Two Zeroes to my account before the end of the year...THIS...I COMMAND!!!



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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TheRumpledOne » Thu May 14, 2015 2:31 pm

MightyOne wrote:The race is to +39 to 58.49%; adding a zero in 5 to 7 targets.

Do you need to take big risks to go from 33 to 39%? Probably not.

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1
2. 1932
------------{ 2584 } 2
3. 2685
4. 3733
------------{ 3981 } 3
5. 5188
------------{ 6309 } 4
6. 7212
------------{ 10000 } 5 <--- +0
7. 10025 <--- +0

Don't target infinity/sextillions, trade to and from targets.

Once you add a zero, that $390 that you were so excited about is only worth $39 to you & another zero from now it will look like a cup of coffee :)
So don't focus on the here and now but always look to the future [-o<


What does the following mean (in English, Please, MO) ?

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1


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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby seedling » Thu May 14, 2015 3:29 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
MightyOne wrote:The race is to +39 to 58.49%; adding a zero in 5 to 7 targets.

Do you need to take big risks to go from 33 to 39%? Probably not.

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1
2. 1932
------------{ 2584 } 2
3. 2685
4. 3733
------------{ 3981 } 3
5. 5188
------------{ 6309 } 4
6. 7212
------------{ 10000 } 5 <--- +0
7. 10025 <--- +0



What does the following mean (in English, Please, MO) ?

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1


Thanks.


I guess it is if the %58.49 is hit instead ? 5 targets for a 0 @ %58.49 or 7 for a 0 @ %39.... Compounding..

I had a question, starting with 1000 say risk %1 over 40 pips, i.e 0.25 per pip.. Is this the risk profile used for the first entry and then add as price goes for.. I guess this is what you mean, as .25 a pip aint getting that %39 any time soon :lol:

TygerKrane wrote:You mean 'integer', right?
:lol:



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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby TygerKrane » Fri May 15, 2015 2:58 am

Anybody else ready for this MASSIVE Short that's about to tear the bottom off of the NU?? :!:

NU: (D1/H8/H2)
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Re: TygerKrane's Pip-Pickpocketing

Postby MightyOne » Fri May 15, 2015 8:29 am

TheRumpledOne wrote:
MightyOne wrote:The race is to +39 to 58.49%; adding a zero in 5 to 7 targets.

Do you need to take big risks to go from 33 to 39%? Probably not.

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1
2. 1932
------------{ 2584 } 2
3. 2685
4. 3733
------------{ 3981 } 3
5. 5188
------------{ 6309 } 4
6. 7212
------------{ 10000 } 5 <--- +0
7. 10025 <--- +0

Don't target infinity/sextillions, trade to and from targets.

Once you add a zero, that $390 that you were so excited about is only worth $39 to you & another zero from now it will look like a cup of coffee :)
So don't focus on the here and now but always look to the future [-o<


What does the following mean (in English, Please, MO) ?

$1000
1. 1390
------------{ 1584 } 1


Thanks.


Understand what you SEE :lol: oh God, if it were only that easy :mrgreen:

<--- to the left we have targets of +39%
---> to the right we have targets of +58.49%

When a target is reached then your space is reset and your initial lot size is based on the target account size
(either $1390 or $1584).

Tyger,
It is entirely possible to add two zeros!
When you see just how close the first target is then you think to yourself "4 or so more? easy, easy!"

Seedling,
With $10,000 I could still add a zero starting with $0.20 or $0.30 pips; & the delay would be insignificant:

$10,000 * 0.025% = $2.50/pip.
$1,000 = $0.25/pip

1st cycle: $0.25 to $0.75
2nd cycle: $0.75 to $2.25!

A long time ago I said "more risk is more risk, more profit is more profit"
he who has an ear let him hear :wink:

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