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I love the fact that moving the SL to 12.5% on 25% TP saves us money by not generating losses and keeping it sounding to good to be true ( 95+% win ratio), however being so conservative makes the system miss out on a lot of higher trades by default.
Makes me think if accepting more risk early in the trade by putting the SL on 0% at 25% TP and risking only a spread/fee loss or even 12.5% below 0% might actually result in higher earnings potential at the cost of lowering the win ratio.
I mean I would gladly buy into a system that hits average 50% of say TP 80-85% than 95% win strategy that mostly hits 25% on average. It would actually sound a bit more believable from marketing point of view at first glance, IMO.

I do however realise that backtesting these variants of managed MMS trades manualy is very time consuming and maybe even impossible to do correctly on larger scale. Especially by us individually. It would be an interesting team work effort or study though...

Its just that Im afraid that lot of trades ending stopped out to soon on 12% TP makes otherwise great trade setup sistem suffer financial result just for maintaining high win rate, that we as traders don't benefit from.
There is also that those tightly managed trades are not really so super easy to manage even on 4h charts. If you are away on mobile its far from dependable to succefuly manage over long term.
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Mweiler Trendbeat
@Trendbeat, or the fact that many times you open trade in the NY session and are unable to manage it in the London session, so unless your in profit and can move your SL into profit, a winning trade may not be one unless you can trade during both sessions which is difficult for most ppl.
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@Mweiler, Great point! What a lot of traders are doing is taking trade setups in the morning (their time) and that gives them time to manage the trade throughout the day. Also, keep in mind that if you are trading the 4hr chart even if you get an alert at night most people don't sleep past 8-12 hours which is only 2-3 candles on the 4hr chart. All the ones I've taken that have been winners I take between 10am and 2pm PST with you guys on the videos.

Hope this helps :)
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@Trendbeat, Hey man! Good points you bring up! There are going to be times that you hit 100% of your TP and there have actually been quite a few lately and that's keeping with the 25%, 50%, and 75% TP move of the stop loss.

Another way of thinking about it is like scalping the 4hr chart. When you scalp most traders go for a small 5-10 pips over and over and that's really what we are doing. I can tell you that when you take into consideration the 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% TP hits you are going to have about 50% of them hit the 25% and about 30% hit the 50% and around 20% hit the full TP from what I and other traders are seeing. Even if you were to take a few trades that went completely against you, you would still be up quite a bit.

It really doesn't take to much time to set up alerts and when you get an alert you move the stop loss. I do this and it takes honest less than 60 seconds to setup and then when you get an alert it's just moving the stop loss for a win which I've done live with you guys on here which takes maybe another 30 seconds. All in all about 1m 30sec for manual labor to receive and move your stop loss into the profit. Not too bad :)
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Trendbeat TradeIndicators
@TradeIndicators,
Thanks for the answer and a bit of statistics.
Have you guys thought about experimenting with an active stoploss line to minimise loss?
Like the one MTT uses.

Would such a stoploss be doable as a custom drawing? Maybe in the near future as sepperate standalone feature? Manual input values and pace
Everybody could use that to supplement a any strategy no matter what it is. $$$
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@Trendbeat, This is something I have worked with but with a trailing stop loss you would be updating it more than the system we have now and I really want to keep things simple and somewhat "dummy proof" in the most respectful way. If I can find a way to incorporate this I will but what we have now has been the most successful.

Love your creative ideas man!
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Trendbeat TradeIndicators
@TradeIndicators,
Thanks for the nice words.
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