Look im gold

Well ofc i jump on the wagon of trading aswell, since i've been doing it for some few years, and i would love to hear about how many % capital u pull up in avg pr month.

Also how u approach that there isnt only 10 forex's, but more like 50

. (im thinking here how u calculate the daily fees compared to your profit over time (daytrading/weekly/monthly) + how u stop the politician from eating all profits due to rigged markets based on untrue holdings that gets added public when its in their favor - how u decrease the amount of time ur stocks are open (due to daily fees that can eat u up, if u dont set the correct stoploss - OR add more % to the stock (since we cant expect to make a profit of a forex, if we look to far ahead, due to the daily fees (1-2month+)))

I REALLY love how u approach gambling. Its like 99,95% like mine. I trade forex on the same time as i play poker, however trading is a little on hold for me now, because i make like 10x on poker right now

When i started out (no xp AT ALL) i got 100% increase of capital in 3 month, then i deposited 10x capital, narrowed it down so i would expect to get 35% ~ pr 3. month, then i learned that it was still a little too agressive in my opinion, so again, now instead of raping 1 forex (add % every time it drops x%) i invest ALWAYS in 3 at the same time (much less varianse (AA 3 times instead of 1

)) and it gave me in the beginning pr. month +-5%, but now the % has dropped since my capital has increased so i know im not getting 5% anymore.

SO my question to you - since i know that if u get a 100% increase on ur capital, u still cant increase monthly % by 100% because there just is more than 1 factor (ur profit isnt direct proportional with ur capital) - HOW do you calculate in % how much ur a willing to buy for?

Lets take an example

GPB/USD

Price 10£

Gearing 1:50

Pieces/amount 1

Approach Daytrade/sell as fast a possible (daily fee to a minimum)

Lets say u are agressive and have 100£ and u buy 1 piece 10£. That works and u repeat maybe 200 times.

Now u have 1000£ and u buy ? pieces (Just mentioned above why it isnt 10x (100£ u bought))

So u still have the same % left in ur disposenal capital, BUT when GBP/USD drops lets say 150 points over 1 week, u wont have the same % left in ur capital with 1000£ as u would had with 100£

So since u are a coach

how do you determin what factor is appropiate to divide with ur % buy amount?

It has something to do with the gearing right? So am i totally wrong to say, that u could do something like:

Gearing: 50

Ok, so divide our % buy amount by ex. 15% of the gearing so:

(50/100)*15 = 7.5% (new factor in %)

So old buy amount was 10% 10£

So new buy amount is still 10% 100£ BUT now we remove 15% of the gearing (50)

so NEW NEW amount is 92.5£ we buy for this time

Also since when i thought this through we cant really make a exact plan, because the gearing differ.

So lets take a stock of a gearing of 1:5. This is 10% of the above. So here should we add 90% to the 15% (28.5%)?

(5/100)*28.5 = 1,425% Is this too low factor even though that the gearing is only 5?

Or would it be more appropiate to take 180% of the opposite?

Its still a 10% of the above, so 180% to the 15% (42%)?

(5/100)*42 = 2.1% factor

Here we should be able to buy a little more due to the lower gearing (Or am i actually totally wrong?)

Above with 1:50 gearing we took 7.5% off our buy % amt. (92.5£)

Here with a gearing of 1:5 we only take 1,425 % off our buy % amt. (98,575)

Here with a gearing of 1:5 we only take 2.1% off our buy % amt. (97.9£) (double diff bw the comparison of gearing and factor)

So we now get an example of another stock:

martinememPoker A/S

Price 48.95£

Gearing 1:5

Pieces 2

Longterm trading (doesnt sell after a week)

How does the last example change in your oppinion if we said the price instead was exactly what we can afford, and not 50%.

So price instead is 97.9£ and we only buy 1 piece instead?

Am i totally in the woods on this one? Any thoughts?