Registered: Jan 2003
01-31-12 08:59 PM
During this time of day we usually get a NAV temporary improvement...There needs to be a boundry reset for NAV to become positive. It could take up to 30 calendar days. Note the margin used actually is decreasing because of the hedging (hedged offsetting trades = zero margin) rules that this particular dealer has. There are two sells against the 10 buys, thus two buys were offset for margin calc's and only eight of them were used. Yes this sort of dealer is good for this sort of system. There are many offshore dealers that treat hedging in this manner. I am unable to trade with them as I am a USA resident and the new Dodd-Frank regulations discourage me from trading Forex from unlicensed dealers offshore and for unlicensed offshore dealers to solicate me.
Start Capital: $4,000.00
# of Calendar Days Traded: 1 (Start = 01/30/12 mst)
NAV: -$39.96 Percent: -1.00%
Boundry Width: 45.7 PIPS
Margin Used: $21.01
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