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Would you lease an automated trading system

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This is really a stupid post. If I had any power on this site, I would have you banned. Get lost.

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if.. then .. else...

you have a winning methodology that you trust
you trade it for yourself. No leasing no renting no speaking
you are looking for alternatives

good luck

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I have reached a point where I have traded profitably my primary system for the last 8 months, at minimum position size & reduced setup-scope, and I am trading it in 2013 to the max of my trading account.

How many complete trades (round turn) have you done in 8 months?
What was your ROI? What was your max drawdown?
What percentage of winning trades did you have? What percentage were losing?

I have the following questions for you:

1. "Would you ever lease an automated trading system"?
2. "If yes, what would be the key aspects you would base your due-diligence & final decision on"?
3. "Would you rather lease a system running on NinjaTrader, or would a signal-service off Collective2 be a better alternative for you"?

1. No
2. You would have to show me verifiable track record with real money and answers to the questions given above. Additionally which market(s) you did your trading and something about the general philosphy of your method (is it designed to work in a trending market, a sideways market)
3. N/A

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