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  • #61
    It's got 47% yearly return and less than 10% drawdown that occured in 2019 in the very beginning of real-time dta collection on this strategy. Moreover, lapetus has got a good enough Sharpe ratio of 2.3. I can agree that there are not that many stats, but I don't see that many alternatives.
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    • #62
      what do you think of Hyperion? It's got stats for over 10 years. Of course the profitability is not that great, but most of the years were profitable and it looks like it can yield around 10% yearly with similar max drawdowns (that we know based on 10 years live-trading stats!)

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      • #63
        There are many disadvantages that I see here. First of all profitability. I don't invest too much and I wnat the money to work well enough and I'm ready to risk for this purpose. If it was the capital that I had saved for my pension, I'd probaby didn't even look at lapetus. However, this money I can afford loosing, that's why I what it to be the opportunity.
        Secondly I'm not impressed by hyperion sharpe ratio at all.
        Thirdly, it requires 10K to invest from scratch. That's twice the amount I got ready to invest now.

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        • #64
          Good reasoning. I agree that you should be careful as much as you can dealing with the money you can't afford loosing. Yet, if this is your chance to make money fasty enough - why not risk a little if you can bare the risk.

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          • #65
            That would be nice to get some update on the performance of trade.com automated strategies. I suppose some of you guys have invested already?
            I'm interested but full of doubts. Normally the subscriptions didn't go too well in my experience (

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            • #66
              No wonder. Why traders would sell strategies in case they can make money themselves. The more traders start copying your trades, the more difficult it gets to hide the elephant in the room. This is why the only wise solution is probably to invest a little, grow your capital and reinvest until you trade with as much capital as your system is capable to manage. Those who take money for funds management can't make money themselves.

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              • #67
                Can't agree with that.
                Speaking of private funds 'mangers' and strategies that people normally sell at collective2 or similar services, yes, this can be true. Many people just make a lot of strategies with the hope that at least one or two will perform surprisingly well and they will get subscribers.
                However, it's different when it comes to hedge funds that have dozens of analysts, data scientists and developers that work on discovering and exploiting the market vulnerabilities.

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                • #68
                  Agree, it's a different story with hedge funds. First of all they can't hire non-professional funds managers. Trade.com being a regulated forex broker must ensure that the funds managers are qualified to do the job they do. If they do some shit, CySEC will fine them after the next performance appraisal.
                  Speaking of the above concern about liquidity issues. Being qualified among other things includes the understanding of liquidity. They won't use the assets in their portfolios that can be too sensitive to the volumes they expect to trade within the framework of this strategy.

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                  • #69
                    Ok, as you wish. I tried to warn yall! It will be too late once you invest and get into a drawdown rightaway.

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