Download Company Profile here...

Monthly Performance December 2017:

.

Strategy

strategy

Using a discretionary approach, trades are entered manually with automatic take profit and stop loss interventions when a combination of historically proven set of technical indicators are met. The goal of this strategy is to enter both moderate and aggressive trades with the aim of providing investors with monthly account growth of between 5% – 20%.

.

A minimum of three different technical indicators are used in most cases to determine market entry and exit levels. Strict Money Management rules are used while Stealth Stop-Loss and take profits automatically set and adjusted during trading using ATR and other technical indicator settings.

.

.

Terminologies

.

Risk / Reward ratio (R/R) (above 10):

1:2 risk reward ratio means that your potential reward is two times bigger than your riskProfessional traders recommend a 1:3 ratio for obvious reasons. Faida Forex aims to deliver a R/R of 1:10. You can monitor this figure in our live performance indicators. 

.

Profit Factor (above 3)

The Profit Factor is a quality index of trading. It assesses as a figure the relationship between the risk taken and the resultsYou can monitor this figure in our live performance indicators.

.

If a trading is good, the profit factor will be greater than 2. Faida Forex aims to deliver a Profit Factor of above 3. Below 2, the trading needs to be reviewed, even if we generated a profit. In effect, a Profit Factor less than 2 indicates that the risks taken to increase capital are too high.

.

In the medium term, a trader with a profit factor less than 2 is statistically damned, as the risks are too high to generate a profit. This therefore means that losses will at some point take over and you will not have the opportunity to recover. With a profit factor greater than 2, you are safe from extinction.

Profit Factor = (sum of profits) / (sum of losses)

.

Draw Down (DD) (max 30%):

A maximum drawdown (MDD) is the maximum loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio, before a new peak is attained. Maximum Drawdown (MDD) is an indicator of downside risk over a specified time period.

.

.

 

Trading profiles:    Moderate / Aggressive

Target Risk per trade:   <3%

Target Account max Drawdown:   < 30%

Target monthly ROI:  5% – 20%

Target Profit Factor:   >3

Target Risk / Reward Ratio (R/R):  >10

Forex Pairs traded:  AUD/CAD, AUD/CHF, AUD/NZD, AUD/USD, CAD/CHF, EUR/CHF, EUR/GBP, NZD/CAD, NZD/CHF, NZD/USD.

Trade Timeframes / Charts:  1 Day, 1 Week

Avg trade length per Pair:  3 – 5 days

System type:  Manual with automatic intervention

 

Risk Control:

1. We use automatic Stealth Stop Loss (SL) for each order and we control the max loss per trade under 3%.
Actual for most order the SL is under 0.5%-1%.

2. We control the total max account drawdown under 30%.

 

Risk Preferences:

.

Moderate Accounts: max dd < 20% and 5-20% profit per month

.

.

Aggressive Accounts: max dd < 30% and 10-30% profit per month

.

In volatile market conditions, losses may still occur but the account drawdown will not exceeds 30%. Positions are kept open until such time as either a protective stop order is triggered guaranteeing a safe predefined loss, or a trailing stop/limit order is triggered thus locking in profits.

.

NB: It should be noted that in extremely volatile market conditions stop/limit orders may not be triggered. This is the nature and risk/reward of any leverage trading. View our disclaimer.

.

Strict money management methods are incorporated in order to preserve capital and produce the maximum return for investors.

 

.