I'm looking to buy a Trading System from some1 automated or not

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by ProfChaos, May 15, 2006.

  1. Looks like you have a pretty good system for valuation/ sale, Prof Chaos.
     
    #31     Jun 7, 2006
  2. jerryz

    jerryz

    what is an acceptable drawdown to you?

    when you say you are willing to pay, what is the ballpark figure that you have in mind?
     
    #32     Jun 7, 2006


  3. Yes - i agree with you completely.
     
    #33     Jun 7, 2006
  4. peto

    peto

    Nah, just the ones people try to sell.
     
    #34     Jun 7, 2006
  5. what drawdowns will you be comfortable with?
     
    #35     Jun 12, 2006
  6. peto

    peto

    cue:- music to 'Jaws'
     
    #36     Jun 12, 2006
  7. ProfChaos:

    If you are indeed serious, I will consider letting you in on one of my currencies systems, which has returned 400% per year over the last several years.

    Asking price is $3,000,000.00

    And no, I am not being facetious. This is a serious reply to your classified.

    RoughTrader
     
    #37     Jun 12, 2006
  8. I forgot to mention that that 400% is returned uncompounded. You can apply compounding with whatever money management strategy you so desire.

    If you trade any kind of decent size, $3,000,000 USD can be recouped in a farily short amount of time if such a system is applied to a variety of currency pairs simultaneously.

    I also forgot to mention that this is a fairly high-frequency system, entering orders at maximum every hour. Average number of order executions is 250 per month.

    RoughTrader
     
    #38     Jun 12, 2006
  9. How about 545% return in 504 days with just 54 trades?!
    (So I'm told by one of the posters at Stockfetcher.com)
     
    #39     Jun 12, 2006
  10. dan05

    dan05

    Hi Steve,

    I've been following for a while a system that seems to be able to predict and trade profitably the S&P market and others.

    I believe that depending of the margin used in ES trades, 100% annualy is possible with this system.

    Check their performance.
    http://www.tradingpro.com/TS-PastperformanceSP500.html




     
    #40     Jun 13, 2006