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    Default Tradency Prime Time? Strategy Selection Oct 16 21, 2011

    Examine the daily charts (1 candlestick = 1 day) and the four hour charts for the following currency pairs:

    1. EUR/USD
    2. USD/JPY
    3. GBP/USD
    4. AUD/USD
    5. USD/CHF
    6. USD/CAD
    7. EUR/JPY
    8. EUR/GBP

    From chart examination, I will rank the above currency pairs from best to worst trends going into each week. I will pick the top three and determine if there are Tradency Strategies, using the following criteria, that are good selections for these pairs.


    1. AUD/USD HBF Platinum
    2. USD/CAD Below criteria not met
    3. EUR/USD Below criteria not met
    4. GBP/USD
    5. EUR/JPY
    6. EUR/GBP
    7. USD/CHF
    8. USD/JPY

    For selection of Strategies I will be using the Custom Filter with the following values:

    T-Score: > 9

    Winning Percentage: 100% for past week and > 90% for the past 90 days or since inception of the Strategy (I found in my testing that Winning Percentage did not have enough weight in the T-Score value)

    Number of Trades: => 2 for past week and > 7 for past 30 days and > 20 for past 90 days or since Strategy inception

    Max DD: 0 for the past 180 days (6 months) or since Strategy inception

    RAR: Equal to pips gained for the past week

    I will NOT select a Strategy that has ANY OPEN POSITIONS.

    If none of the top three meet the above criteria, I will expand the search criteria to Symbol = All (currency pairs) in the Custom Filter.

    The Strategies selected for this week are:

    HBF Platinum - AUD/USD
    Trade Activity for HBF Platinum for Past 90 Days - http://goo.gl/HBD1f

    The above strategy is the ONLY Tradency strategy that met my criteria.

    The screenshot below shows the EQUITY CURVE for the past thirty days for this Strategy.

    The Risk and Money Management values will be the same as last week.
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    I am just too simple to fail!

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