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Score is the weighted average value of all the scores - experience, risk, discipline, return and scalability.

FxStat defines 'Risk' as the maximum a portfolio or a holding may lose in one day with a confidence of 95%. So for example, if the risk of a portfolio is set at 3%, then we can say with 95% confidence that the portfolio will not lose more than 3% of its capital on any given day.

Experience: The more days a trader trades in a year the higher the experience score achieved. The maximum score achievable is 10, for having traded on all 264 tradable days of the year. For each tradable day that a trader does not trade, will loose a 0.038 score.

Risk : The weighted average of the standard daily deviation and max. drawdown.

Discipline: A measure of how disciplined a trader is to his trading strategy. This is found by looking at the distribution of a trades.

Return: weighted average of last 12 month return, probabilities and rations.

Scalability: An assessment of whether a trader is still profitable if he earned 0, 4, 8, 12, 24, 35 pips less on each trade. If the trader is still profitable with the reductions applied then a higher score is applied to scalability value.

out of 100

VaR 95%

2.2% min VaR
3.22% max VaR
Performance History (733) SymbolsRiskDrawdown
Chart: GrowthBalance Profit vs Pips
Description: ∵∵∵∵∵ Not martingale. Not reversal martingale. Not time-based entry. Not Asian period. Not hedging. Not grid. Not market profiling. Not holding position over weekend. Not multiple open trades with big adverse excursion in individual trade. Not pivot. Not chart pattern. Not S&R. Not Fibonacci. Not moving average. Not Elliot wave. Not large stop-loss in return for high winning ratio. Not news trading. Not fundamental filter. Not semantic trading. Not indicator. Not astrology. ∵∵∵∵∵ Risk Settings: Position sizing (lot) is varied according the risk appetite of each entry and the pip of individual stop-loss. If you check the Lots chart in FxStat, you see that the lot size histogram looks as if it’s a martingale. It’s not. In fact, every trade risks just 1% of capital in the account. No new trade is opened until the last trade is closed. Every stop-loss is predetermined at the time of entry. The smaller the pip of the stop-loss, the larger the lot size T0009 is willing to establish, and vice versa. In other words, only a fixed percentage of capital is at risk of hitting the stop-loss whenever there’s an established position. The current setting of the fixed percentage is 1%. ∵∵∵∵∵ Hi fellow FxStat traders, ∵∵∵∵∵ My name is Tom Wilkinson and I'm the head developer of T0009. My team and I would like to express our appreciation to FxStat to let us showcase our system. It's been an anxious and exciting year for us since we got on FxStat. Besides, thank YOU for adding us to your network. We love to get connected with you to discuss trading ideas! However, if you're interested to know more about partnership opportunity, please read post #10 in the discussion. The URL to the post is here: T0009 is superior in many ways. But specifically, we feel proud that it uses none of the strategies stated in any of the popular or classical popular trading books that you've ever read. ∵∵∵∵∵ Our team met casually through online chartroom almost a decade ago and we gradually bonded for we’d shared similar vision: algorithmically trade our ways to financial freedoms. We met for a few times in various places by participating industry conferences and even some trading guru seminars. We talked and we talked. To cut a long story short, eventually, a few core team members and I gave up our fulltime jobs in the West and got together in southern China (for its low cost in living and programmer hiring) to pursue our goal together. None of us had any background working in finance. None of us has any background in manual trading. Retrospectively speaking, the missing experience freed us from the bondage of traditional wisdom. Our independent research finds that many of them are wrong or understood in the wrong light. ∵∵∵∵∵ Some of our teammates are active in the algorithmic trading groups and system development threads in LinkedIn and ForexFactory. We've learnt so much from LinkedIn's algo trading groups. People are generally open and truthful there. (Find Philip York. He’s an algo knowledge aggregator. We have learnt much from his writings!) ForexFactory is a bit of a surprise for it's not generally regarded as a place to discuss algo trading stuff. But I'll highly recommend a system trading thread that's been going for years in FF for anyone who's interested in having a in-depth discussion about algo trading. Google "forexfactory Systematic trading" then you'll see it. It's started by mikkom. ∵∵∵∵∵ T0009 is actually the ninth generation of our system. We’ve had eight major breakthroughs in our algorithm over the years. For every breakthrough we believe that we manage to crank, we add a digit to our system. Our T0010 system will be due in a few months, hopefully, if the concept that we have been developing panned out fine. It’s our sincere hope to share our success with those who deserve. We as a team, embrace a motto penned by an American direct selling company: ∵∵∵∵∵ “Enhancing The Lives Of Those We Touch By Helping People Reach Their Goals.” ∵∵∵∵∵ What’s your goal? ∵∵∵∵∵ Tom, Skype name: v7001v – Updated on Saturday, September 03,2011 ∵∵∵∵∵ We talked to a few Expert Advisor selling industry insiders and we are pondering on our future. - 9:33 AM Tuesday, November 08, 2011 ∵∵∵∵∵ We have a Skype text-chat group discussion open to programmers. It costs nothing to programmers to join. We share our source code to contributing programmers for continual development. But if you're a non-programmer and would like to join our discussion, you must provide us with your trading statement to prove that you're an active traders with a system that has been continually profitable for over 6 months. If you're not a programmer and you're not a experienced system trader, please wire a hundred USD (non-refundable) to us as a token of your commitment to participate the discussion. Contact me on Skype for more information. - 9:50 AM Tuesday, November 08, 2011
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