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2.5 years and 145 backtested trades later

I have a habit of backtesting every strategy I find as long as it makes sense. I find it fun, and even if the strategy ends up being underperforming, it gives me a good excuse to gain valuable chart experience that would normally take years to gather. After I backtest something, I compare it to my current methodology, and usually conclude that mine is better either because it has a better performance or the new method requires too much time to manage (Spoiler: until now, I like this better)
During the last two days, I have worked on backtesting ParallaxFx strategy, as it seemed promising and it seemed to fit my personality (a lazy fuck who will happily halve his yearly return if it means he can spend 10% less time in front of the screens). My backtesting is preliminary, and I didn't delve very deep in the data gathering. I usually track all sort of stuff, but for this first pass, I sticked to the main indicators of performance over a restricted sample size of markets.
Before I share my results with you, I always feel the need to make a preface that I know most people will ignore.
Strategy
I am not going to go into the strategy in this thread. If you haven't read the series of threads by the guy who shared it, go here.
As suggested by my mentioned personality type, I went with the passive management options of ParallaxFx's strategy. After a valid setup forms, I place two orders of half my risk. I add or remove 1 pip from each level to account for spread.
Sample
I tested this strategy over the seven major currency pairs: AUDUSD, USDCAD, NZDUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY, EURUSD, USDCHF. The time period started on January 1th 2018 and ended on July 1th 2020, so a 2.5 years backtest. I tested over the D1 timeframe, and I plan on testing other timeframes.
My "protocol" for backtesting is that, if I like what I see during this phase, I will move to the second phase where I'll backtest over 5 years and 28 currency pairs.
Units of measure
I used R multiples to track my performance. If you don't know what they are, I'm too sleepy to explain right now. This article explains what they are. The gist is that the results you'll see do not take into consideration compounding and they normalize volatility (something pips don't do, and why pips are in my opinion a terrible unit of measure for performance) as well as percentage risk (you can attach variable risk profiles on your R values to optimize position sizing in order to maximize returns and minimize drawdowns, but I won't get into that).
Results
I am not going to link the spreadsheet directly, because it is in my GDrive folder and that would allow you to see my personal information. I will attach screenshots of both the results and the list of trades. In the latter, I have included the day of entry for each trade, so if you're up to the task, you can cross-reference all the trades I have placed to make sure I am not making things up.
Overall results: R Curve and Segmented performance.
List of trades: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Something to note: I treated every half position as an individual trade for the sake of simplicity. It should not mess with the results, but it simply means you will see huge streaks of wins and losses. This does not matter because I'm half risk in each of them, so a winstreak of 6 trades is just a winstreak of 3 trades.
For reference:
Thoughts
Nice. I'll keep testing. As of now it is vastly better than my current strategy.
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I made my first profitable Robot and i have some questions.

I posted this in forex but they told me about this reddit so i will post it here
i have been trading forex for 2 years, tried most of the things out there but still lost my first 2 live accounts
i quite my job 3 months ago so i can be free to explore the possibilities of succeeding in this market and in this period i realized robot trading would be better for me, why?
Technical Analysis require me to be looking at the chart a lot and manual trading in general require my presence at a specific time for the trade to be a good entry, and i lake the discipline for that unfortunately.
On the other hand if i have a strategy with Specific rules then there is no point in manual trading, i can program the robot with my rules and it will do the trading for me and it is way faster to find a bad strategy through the back test and move on to continue searching for a good one.
these are my point of view on that matter please tell me what do you think about it.
Now After Exploring with my old and new strategies i found a strategy that i think should work depending on the backtest results,
if you have experience with EAs Please Review it and tell me if i should go live with it
the strategy only Works on USDJPY M5 time frame, WHY??? I keep asking myself Why would a strategy only works on a specific time frame on a specific pair and won't work on any other pair even the jpy pairs won't succeed with them, i can't understand it, WHY?
the strategy is based on price action with couple of indicators so why it performs different in different pairs?
here is the 10 Years back test results from (20 August 2007 to 20 August 2017).
http://i.imgur.com/JOIMyGn.png
and here is 5 years back test from 20 August 2012 to 20 August 2017
http://i.imgur.com/NpzKKxZ.png
is this a good result to go live with the strategy?
I back tested it with average spread, and found out if i change the spread the results change, why?
I risk only 1% per trade and i have a fixed 2.67R per trade and it's averages a trade a week
should I increase the risk maybe to 5-10% ?
and what is the minimum capital for a strategy like this?
sorry if there are stupid questions i am still new to EAs idea, and if you guys have any other tips please share it, thanks.
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Traders who depends on ROBOTS, i have some questions.

i have been trading forex for 2 years, tried most of the things out there but still lost my first 2 live accounts
i quite my job 3 months ago so i can be free to explore the possibilities of succeeding in this market and in this period i realized robot trading would be better for me, why?
Technical Analysis require me to be looking at the chart a lot and manual trading in general require my presence at a specific time for the trade to be a good entry, and i lake the discipline for that unfortunately.
On the other hand if i have a strategy with Specific rules then there is no point in manual trading, i can program the robot with my rules and it will do the trading for me and it is way faster to find a bad strategy through the back test and move on to continue searching for a good one.
these are my point of view on that matter please tell me what do you think about it.
Now After Exploring with my old and new strategies i found a strategy that i think should work depending on the backtest results,
if you have experience with EAs Please Review it and tell me if i should go live with it
the strategy only Works on USDJPY M5 time frame, WHY??? I keep asking myself Why would a strategy only works on a specific time frame on a specific pair and won't work on any other pair even the jpy pairs won't succeed with them, i can't understand it, WHY?
the strategy is based on price action with couple of indicators so why it performs different in different pairs?
here is the 10 Years back test results from (20 August 2007 to 20 August 2017)
http://i.imgur.com/JOIMyGn.png
and here is 5 years back test from 20 August 2012 to 20 August 2017
http://i.imgur.com/NpzKKxZ.png
is this a good result to go live with the strategy?
I back tested it with average spread, and found out if i change the spread the results change, why?
I risk only 1% per trade and i have a fixed 2.67R per trade and it's averages a trade a week
should I increase the risk maybe to 5-10% ?
and what is the minimum capital for a strategy like this?
sorry if there are stupid questions i am still new to EAs idea, and if you guys have any other tips please share it, thanks.
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Im about to make a strong comeback in 2017, and im excited!

Some of you guys might remember me from months ago but I also imagine there are some new people here.
A short explanation of 2016 for me would be that I started live trading in late March with $600 up to $28,000 over two accounts I had this being the larger my peak was at the end of July and then I started going downhill with August being my first month being in the negative. I was on a downhill until the flash crash that wiped me out on Oct 7th.
So I took a break from Forex after that and I plan to get in again late January probably after the inauguration. But im back and I have learned that my system only works from January to July (I think its because im piggy backing on larger funds that use a similar system) August is the end of my trading year due to it being a vacation for alot of people and then after that it doesnt quite pickup again.
Also I was long on the GBPJPY when the crash happened (obviously) but I wasnt wrong about it I had predicted at the time it would go to a minimum of 136 and my first large target was 138. I had planned that if it took off id conservatively add to the trade to boost profits and safely place stops higher and higher.
If the crash hadnt happened id be very close to $100,000 right now. My open trades at the time would be up to about $37,000(across two accounts) at 147 and I would of been adding to it which couldof been anywhere from another $35,000 to $50,000 from those trades.
Im mostly a Technical trader and pay more attention to the charts then the bigger economic picture, so seeing how right I was about the Economic climate with Japan and their devaluation plan has really made me more confident and more excited to get started again. I have also tweaked my money management and system in order to better conserve profits and get them spread out after every trade.
I posted this due to excitement to start trading again and I hope to trade beside you guys and discuss our opinions yet again come February. Congrats to anyone long GBPJPY and USDJPY and happy trading!
EDIT: Here is my July trading which was my best month this year.
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Overview of Current Market Valuations and Toyota Motors (TM)

Hello All,
Every now and then I do stock screens to see if there are any companies that would be a good value investment. Thanks to the bull market, the opportunities have been few and far between over the last year or two. However one company has consistently popped up in my screens. I initially ignored it as the company is in a sector I personally don't like to invest in due to the large capital requirements. The company is Toyota Motors (TM).
Simply put, the valuation seems too good to be true.
First off, let me show you what I am talking about. Here are the heat maps from FinViz:
Now as you can see, the general trend of the market is giving you discounts to Financials, Utilities, and Basic Materials, more specifically oil and gold.
Of those sectors, I really only like Financials as big oil has been in a downward trend over the past three years. Both Exxon and Chevron have produced less oil than the previous years and are both spending at near record high CapEx levels with no turnaround yet. I have continuously looked at both of them as I don't have any oil in my current portfolio, but haven't got myself to buy either of them.
Financials will continue to be attractive at these levels as investors still don't trust their book values since the financial crisis even though asset quality has continued to improve on a broad base. Over the next 5 years, interest rates will rise which will increase their spread which in turn increases their profitability.
For the most part, it appears healthcare, consumer goods, and services are currently overvalued.
Now, let's look at Toyota. Below is a quick multiples valuation against TM's peers. These are from Yahoo! Finance as GM isn't on FinViz for some reason.
P/E
Forward P/E
P/E/G
P/BV
As you can see, the whole sector looks cheap on a multiples basis, but of that bunch Toyota seems to win out on an overall valuation based on multiples.
Per my own investing rules, as I am a long term shareholder, I won't touch a company that has recently been bankrupt, therefore I rule out GM for any potential investments.
Now Toyota is too big of a company to do a full report on in a couple of days. However, of what little research I have done, this is what I have found.
First of all, on a macro perspective, the yen has weakened against both the US Dollar and the Chinese Yuan. Over the past two years, the Dollar and Yuan have both gained over 30% to the yen and over 10% this past year. This is a great thing for a Japanese multinational as North America and Asia is TM's second and third largest markets which combined are 46% of 2013's sales.
Because of this, profitability should be higher within Toyota which is also a reason to buy them over GM or Ford as the american automakers will lose money with a strong dollar overseas.
Over the past three years, TM has a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.12%. Last year, North America saw 32.8% sales growth and Asia saw 30.22% sales growth. This compounded with the yen weakening is a one-two punch.
Due to the strong demand in both North America and Asia, Toyota has had a surge in Consolidated Net Income for Fiscal Year 2014 of 135% in which ForEx is responsible for 123% of that growth alone. In this latest quarter, Net Revenues are up 23.9% with Net Income up 118%.
Toyota's Shareholder Presentation
Margins have increased across the board with their Gross Profit increasing from last year:
TM's Gross Profit Margin
As for a quick look at the balance sheet, Toyota has been de-leveraging over the past 5 years with Total Debt / Equity of 1.25 in 2009 to 1.16 in 2013. Book Value per Share has stayed relatively flat but grew 15.14% from 2012 to 2013. Compare that to a one year increase in share price of only 12.25% I believe we have a winner.
This is only what I have found off of a couple hours looking at this tonight and have only scratched the surface as to the information on this company.
However after just a small amount of research I firmly believe this is a truly undervalued company and should be bought right away.
References: Quick Stats pulled from TM's Annual Report
EDIT Thank you all for the replies. I should state that this is just beginning due diligence and there are several assumptions with this thesis, mainly that the Yen will stay depressed at least over the next year. This type of condition is a short term catalyst only and not a long term theme. As some have mentioned already, FX has been almost entirely behind TM's profit and there are real geopolitical risks between Japan and China.
Next week I will put together another post looking more into the actual underlying company's long term performance and management's strategic plan going forward. That way we can get a glimpse of what the company might look like in the future.
Again thank you all for the kind words and the intelligent discussion around this topic.
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Question career path Post Bachelor Job - Investment Analyst

Hello everyone,
I need some help and have some questions for some of you who are experienced working in a Mutual fund, or Hedge fund. I want to work in San Francisco, I live about 2 hours away.
Just some general background info on me:
I am a double major, I majored in accounting first, than got a second Degree in Finance. My GPA really lagged due to working 40 hours a week. I have 1 semester left after the current semester in school, but I no longer work and havent worked since 1/10/15.
2.65 Current GPA, and I have 10 Classes left, I think I will graduate with a 2.8.
I have been into the Stock Market since I was 19, I am now 23, so I have 4 years of trading/research knowledge. I have succesfully made money on forex trading(Bitcoins, GBPUSD, USDJPY) As well as SCTY, TWTR, and FB and few others. went from about 10K to about 45K.
I am very smart when it comes to the market. I read ALOT, because I understand reading is knowledge. Also I have day trading expierence Using Level 2 access.
I also am pretty good with excel when it comes to the formulas for yields, bonds, bills, vlookup ect. I also am very good in Accounting as I got my first degree in it. I can read and comprehend Fincial Statements. I know All journal entries including advanced accounting entries like vested stock, consolidation, loss tax Carry forwards etc.
Anyways, So my GPA lagged because I worked at Wells Fargo as a teller and banker for a little less than 3 Years, worked 40 hrs a week. My first year after transfering to my university, I got 3 ds, and 6 Cs. And yeah I know I regret it.
My last 5 classes I got an A B B B C, and This semester I expect A A B B B Dont know if this matters, but I am really trying, I am way smarter than my GPA states, at age 21 I didnt manage my time well, I put all my effort in Wells Fargo rsther than school and that was a mistake. I had great sales expierence from WF.
I want to get a job as a research analyst with a Fund. I will be taking the level 1 CFA Exam next year. Will this put me on a career path of running my own fund in the future? Also was thinking of doing my MBA when I turn 30, so Ill have about 6 years of Work Exp.
A few questions:
Does working at Wells Fargo help me get a job at a Fund? The reason I ask is because I have not worked for over a year.
Will passing the lvl 1 CFA help me get into a fund?
I know they will look at me as a student, I dont want to get denied because of my GPA.
if you could answer just these few questions I would Really appreciate it!
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Daily thread #347

VERIZON OVERPAYS NFL RIGHTS?
In an unprecedented deal with the NFL, Verizon (VZ) has sealed an agreement to live-stream all in-market and national games on Yahoo Sports and AOL. It will pay $2.25B for the five-year period. Verizon has also awarded Ericsson a contract to provide networking equipment for its commercial 5G launch. Is the deal too much for one of the most valued franchise of the World?
DISNEY - THE ONLY SUITOR
Comcast has abandoned its bid for most of the assets of 21st Century Fox, leaving Walt Disney (DIS) as the only suitor in pursuit of the over $40 billion deal. "When a set of assets like Fox's becomes available, it's our responsibility to evaluate if there is a strategic fit," Comcast declared, but said it "never got the level of engagement needed to make a definitive offer." But at least the gossip pushed its share price higher.
FOMC BREAKFAST
The FOMC has gathered yesterday for its last policy meeting of 2017, which expectedly could result in interest rates getting pumped up by a quarter (.25%) on Wednesday. The real question is for the markets, what the FED says and does with regard to tax legislation. While many expect the central bank to retain its rate hike for this year, also have to see its forecast for next year, when another trio is on the horizon. Based on the improving economy and ongoing tax cuts, it could even become a quartett.
#DAILY PICK
Lufthansa (CHXEUR:LHAD) taking advantage of bankrupt Air Berlin and opens long distance routes next year. Should sit in it for a while.
Ubisoft. (CHXEUR:UBIP) delaying it new games releases, focusing on longer term profit margin. Smart move! The key is the long term.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) anti-ship missile test are positive, the merchandise is ready for sale. Money is flowing in.
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) is getting discounted, as chipmakers struggle again. Looking for the dip to get in.
Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG) is setting up to fill a huge gap, evenso biotech is not the most popular sector these days.
FX WORLD
This is going to be a very important day for the forex market, the FED’s announcement is coming. The last FOMC meeting of the year didn’t move the market. As we see, you should wait and see where your pair will be taken, and follow the trend. The EURUSD moved around, showing volatility, but even Draghi’s speech couldn’t move the pair significantly. It stuck between 1.18 and 1.17. There is not much to do till the FED’s announcement, but then you must follow the trend it will break out to. The GBPUSD formed a shooting star, trying to break above 1.3333 with no success. It looks like the pair could drop down to 1.32, or even to 1.31. On the top side, 1.35 is the target. The USDJPY moved sideways on Tuesday, doing almost nothing. If it pulls back, 112 is the floor where it should find buyers, otherwise we are heading to 114.5. In that case, it is a buy and hold trade. Wait and see FED’s attitude and trade accordingly.
Check our blog for more information: https://www.gtc.news/single-post/DTH347EN
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Daily Thread #347

VERIZON OVERPAYS NFL RIGHTS?
In an unprecedented deal with the NFL, Verizon (VZ) has sealed an agreement to live-stream all in-market and national games on Yahoo Sports and AOL. It will pay $2.25B for the five-year period. Verizon has also awarded Ericsson a contract to provide networking equipment for its commercial 5G launch. Is the deal too much for one of the most valued franchise of the World?
DISNEY - THE ONLY SUITOR
Comcast has abandoned its bid for most of the assets of 21st Century Fox, leaving Walt Disney (DIS) as the only suitor in pursuit of the over $40 billion deal. "When a set of assets like Fox's becomes available, it's our responsibility to evaluate if there is a strategic fit," Comcast declared, but said it "never got the level of engagement needed to make a definitive offer." But at least the gossip pushed its share price higher.
FOMC BREAKFAST
The FOMC has gathered yesterday for its last policy meeting of 2017, which expectedly could result in interest rates getting pumped up by a quarter (.25%) on Wednesday. The real question is for the markets, what the FED says and does with regard to tax legislation. While many expect the central bank to retain its rate hike for this year, also have to see its forecast for next year, when another trio is on the horizon. Based on the improving economy and ongoing tax cuts, it could even become a quartett.
#DAILY PICK
Lufthansa (CHXEUR:LHAD) taking advantage of bankrupt Air Berlin and opens long distance routes next year. Should sit in it for a while.
Ubisoft. (CHXEUR:UBIP) delaying it new games releases, focusing on longer term profit margin. Smart move! The key is the long term.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) anti-ship missile test are positive, the merchandise is ready for sale. Money is flowing in.
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) is getting discounted, as chipmakers struggle again. Looking for the dip to get in.
Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG) is setting up to fill a huge gap, evenso biotech is not the most popular sector these days.
FX WORLD
This is going to be a very important day for the forex market, the FED’s announcement is coming. The last FOMC meeting of the year didn’t move the market. As we see, you should wait and see where your pair will be taken, and follow the trend. The EURUSD moved around, showing volatility, but even Draghi’s speech couldn’t move the pair significantly. It stuck between 1.18 and 1.17. There is not much to do till the FED’s announcement, but then you must follow the trend it will break out to. The GBPUSD formed a shooting star, trying to break above 1.3333 with no success. It looks like the pair could drop down to 1.32, or even to 1.31. On the top side, 1.35 is the target. The USDJPY moved sideways on Tuesday, doing almost nothing. If it pulls back, 112 is the floor where it should find buyers, otherwise we are heading to 114.5. In that case, it is a buy and hold trade. Wait and see FED’s attitude and trade accordingly.
Check our blog for more information: https://www.gtc.news/single-post/DTH347EN
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One key philosophy that defined me as a retail trader. Always Remember: Conviction is important.

On here early this morning (light data day so we've got some downtime before our coverage) and wanted to post something I notice A LOT amongst the online comments and retail crowds. Don't be so quick to abandon ship or change the direction of where you see price action moving.
By that, I don't mean this in the sense of sticking with losing trades, averaging down (losers average losers), or bad strategies. I mean this with regards to people that are far too easily convinced at the slightest dip, a full trend change has occurred. Whether its because of some indicator they look at that they want to tell the future or because a specific line was broken that they drew... Remember, market trends don't change because you think they do. Markets change when the expectations of the whole of the market participants turn.
First, keep in mind that just because you have a particular trendline off two arbitrary points doesn't mean Joe Shmo at xyz capital and the 50 others in a PM position like him who's dropping $500 million USD on daily position movements is seeing the same line... or using a line at all.
An example this week has been with USDJPY. I have seen plenty of comments floating around (not necessarily here) like this where a perfectly reasonable correction in a strong fundamentally backed USD bull trend leads to an "all aboard the short train". I'm not doing this to single anyone out... plenty of comments like this can be seen over at ForexLive (been friends with a couple of the contributors over the years and occasionally post comments) where purely stop driven short selling on the first retest of 100 since it gapped 60 pips across the line all of a sudden means we're going to revisit 95's and to sell everything with a pulse because "the trend has changed". Then comes the flurry of "confused" comments wondering why the USD isn't sinking.
Ultimately, this comes down to basic market discipline of having objective judgement skills. Not getting swept up in the motion of the price action or more importantly... not getting swept up just because you have a position/financial stake in one answer or another (fading trends is a perfectly fine strategy so long as you don't presume each fading moment is a paradigm shift in the price's future movements). You need to be able to step back to determine without prejudice, if the trend truly is in fact broken. If you can't make a definitive conclusion on this from an objective point of view, then don't trade. Trading on guessing is flat out gambling. You're flipping a coin and hoping your guess is the same as the side of the coin. I'll tell you right now... Multi year currency trends don't change direction just because an indicator is overbought or a convergeance/divergeance of "insert random arbitrary measure here". If you mark the G10's major pair trends over the past 5 years, you can isolate the true changes in trends with shifts in the global paradigm of market flows. You can usually isolate shifts like this to policy shifts as well. This was the case in the constant up and down of the EUUSD over the course of the EU Sovereign Debt crisis. Each shift came from a change/agreement in how to further handle the crisis (ESM, etc). This is also why so many large macro funds made an ungodly amount of money during the past 6 months on the JPY. They recognized when the shift came from the large picture and chose entry points on the small picture.
Yesterday proved a great example of this challenge to new traders in USD/JPY action with the ISM. It's been getting beaten on pretty badly with the large downward push in the Nikkei and had been sitting at 100.40 with buying attempts finding no ground. This indicated a good presence of market mind wanting to move downwards (with obvious stops at 100 being the obvious goal) and just waiting on a catalyst. If you stepped back for a moment though, nothing had changed. The largest QE program in history was still in full swing and USD yields were still rising (general gauge of attraction from jpy to USD can be viewed as the differential of JGB 10 years and 10 yr US Treasuries). I posted this prior to the 10am ISM report when it was still floating in the 100.40's and sure enough, we had a nice bounce when we ran into buyers and short profit takers below 99. Even for you guys that love the tech/trendline trading, this showed a bounce at the 55 day EMA and close to the daily trendline spanning from last November. This board should have been filled with comments about how great a chance this USD dip is to get a position in (or take profits if you're fading).... yet the retail comment consensus seemed to be swept up in a flurry of "yay short USD" and "sell bounces!", despite no fundamental landscape change or even technical viewpoint supporting greater breaks lower than yesterday's lows.
As we sit right now, I could be completely proven wrong and this could be a trend change. Price could go back below 100 and push further lows into the mid 90's for all I know... and I will be the first to admit I am wrong when that happens. That doesn't change the point of this wall of text though.
Bottom Line: Profitable traders let the price trend actually change direction before they change convictions. They do NOT change convictions and then wait for price trends to subsequently confirm.
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Question on Career path for Investment analyst

Hello everyone,
I need some help and have some questions for some of you who are experienced working in a Mutual fund, or Hedge fund. I want to work in San Francisco, I live about 2 hours away.
Just some general background info on me:
I am a double major, I majored in accounting first, than got a second Degree in Finance. My GPA really lagged due to working 40 hours a week. I have 1 semester left after the current semester in school, but I no longer work and havent worked since 1/10/15.
2.65 Current GPA, and I have 10 Classes left, I think I will graduate with a 2.8.
I have been into the Stock Market since I was 19, I am now 23, so I have 4 years of trading/research knowledge. I have succesfully made money on forex trading(Bitcoins, GBPUSD, USDJPY) As well as SCTY, TWTR, and FB and few others. went from about 10K to about 45K.
I am very smart when it comes to the market. I read ALOT, because I understand reading is knowledge. Also I have day trading expierence Using Level 2 access.
I also am pretty good with excel when it comes to the formulas for yields, bonds, bills, vlookup ect. I also am very good in Accounting as I got my first degree in it. I can read and comprehend Fincial Statements. I know All journal entries including advanced accounting entries like vested stock, consolidation, loss tax Carry forwards etc.
Anyways, So my GPA lagged because I worked at Wells Fargo as a teller and banker for a little less than 3 Years, worked 40 hrs a week. My first year after transfering to my university, I got 3 ds, and 6 Cs. And yeah I know I regret it.
My last 5 classes I got an A B B B C, and This semester I expect A A B B B Dont know if this matters, but I am really trying, I am way smarter than my GPA states, at age 21 I didnt manage my time well, I put all my effort in Wells Fargo rsther than school and that was a mistake. I have expierence in sales from Wells Fargo.
I want to get a job as a research analyst with a Fund. I will be taking the level 1 CFA Exam next year. Will this put me on a career path of running my own fund in the future? Also was thinking of doing my MBA when I turn 30, so Ill have about 6 years of Work Exp.
A few more questions:
Would working at Wells Fargo almost 2 years ago help me get a job at a Fund? My career advisor councelor at school told me it no longer matters and it is irrelvant?
Will passing the lvl 1 CFA help me get a career opportunity at a fund?
if you could answer just these few questions I would Really appreciate it!
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How To Apply 55x Leverage To A Bitcoin Trade Without Losing Your Shirt

With bitcoin 5 day standard deviation starting to quell, many traders are losing interest as this is consdered a sideways trading market. Not to fear, bitcoin is still extremely volatile compared to just about all forex. Below is an info graphic show the components of a long BTC trade with 55x price leverage and hard set P/L parameters (ie. you can only lose or win ~the amount of capital put at risk - no more and no less. At 55x leverage for a 2 day trade, the cost/potential return ratio is maximum given a standard deviation of just over 12.5%. - as performed through an UltraCoin BTC swap.
I urge all bitcoin traders to give this a try. Be aware that one leg of the swap is teh EURUSD pair to be paid for the long BTC exposure. The reason is because (at least for longer term transactions/swaps) chances are the euro will depreciate further relative to the dollar.
If one were to take a short position in BTC, then I (personally) would pay teh USDJPY pair since it looks like Japan is not interested in having the ECB out-debase its currency. I believe Japan was the reason the ECB engaged in QE at this level in the first place. See my currency war series on the blog, or the several thousand article on BoomBustBlog for more info.
![BTC trade](http://ultra-coin.com/images/BTC_trade.png)
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
I implore you to download our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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