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TST Combine results and strategies for passing

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I just think some people missed the point of this thread and even got offended by it. There is a difference between developing an optimal trading strategy and developing a strategy for passing the combine which i understood to be the purpose of this thread. I didn't see Pedro blaming TST at all , just explaining how he dealt with their rules. There rules are strict and lets face it may not be indicative of a winning-strategy.

EXACTLY!! Finally somebody got it. Now this thread got a little off in the last few posts from the original goal, but since I already shared my ideas and not many more are coming forward, I don't mind.

Although I would welcome more Combiners to share their experiences and results, even if just in a quick summary form.

P.S.: If someone still hasn't got it, let's use a jogging analogy. When I jog/run on my own, I decide how I do it, what speed I run with, how long do I run and what track I take. When I enter a race/competition (that would be the Combine) everything is set for me, thus I have to optimize my strategy if I want to finish among the top. And this is what this thread does, helps you to optimize your original trading strategy to pass the Combine....


Last edited by Pedro40; January 20th, 2013 at 10:43 AM.
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