Each of the various graphic depictions herein are a reflection of a multitude of trading accounts running either as a MAM signal base or algorithmic trading via EA. The timelines expressed by each shows the overall performance scheme in real-time.
As each account continues trading, the intelligence gathered will be shown with links to either additional performance data or redirection to view even more verified data from our partners at Myfxbook and/or MQL5.
Each account updates periodically so refresh your screens or check back later to see our progression continue.
All MAM accounts in good standing are considered production accounts. They have a schedule that they follow and are meeting each expectant financial goal and milestone.
The premise for each system is unique in the way it operates and therefore the financial outcome is also unique.
SIGNAL BASED ACCOUNTS
These are accounts that run independently either as Signal based subscription accounts or as private systems available to our Group Members. Each account here is represented in real-time on real accounts and automatically updates periodically.
As each system is unique in the way it operates, the results are also very unique but may have similar appearances due to the nature of their core algorithm. If a high DD is reflected, this is likely due to multiple trade closures with a negative trade concluding first followed by larger positive trades. The overall growth of each account is maintained by the safety protocols inherent in each system.
A MAM account with the word “recovery” after simply means that something went wrong and the account lost more than it was expected to. This can happen for various reasons but the resolution is always the same. Capital is reintroduced, the corrective measure is implemented and a Signal is utilized to begin trading once more.
In trading, losses happen and it’s quite normal, healthy even, for an account to reflect financial retracement. We have a plan for every one of these scenarios and engage our recovery plan as needed. Trading begins and the loss lessens days-after-day. Over a surprisingly short span of time, the loss is recovered and account profitability takes over once more.