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KJ Trading Systems Kevin Davey - Ask Me Anything (AMA)

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hi Kevin, i have read your book and it was excellent!
i was wondering where i could find the recording of the above mentioned video (Strategy factory - watch me develop a trading strategy)? is that a public video like the others?

Glad you enjoyed the book!

Sorry, that video is for my student traders only...

If you e-mail me a copy of your book invoice, though, I will send you some free book bonuses.

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Sounds interesting. I to am interested

 
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Sounds interesting. I to am interested

Thanks for the comment...

Interested in what exactly?

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Sounds interesting. I to am interested

Seen this generic comment elsewhere from this new user. Are you a bot?

 
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I am not a bit. Just a inquisitive reader.

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I read on another post how you created some good systems

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I read on another post how you created some good systems

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There are a bunch of archived webinars I did that are available for you to view. Those are free (you might have to be Elite member), but that is a good place to start. My website also has a bunch of free info.

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I read on another post how you created some good systems

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Hi @dmwangi16 -

Were you able to find some information?

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Is it better to use the total portfolios performance to dictate the increase of lot size or is it rather better to implement that individually on each strategy's performance. This can be done automatically and allow for a type of compounding of the profits if done in % allowed risk per trade and account current balance. So far I have been doing it individually but can see that some strategies takes of and some do not and might never catch up which in away offsets the balance of the portfolio.

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Is it better to use the total portfolios performance to dictate the increase of lot size or is it rather better to implement that individually on each strategy's performance. This can be done automatically and allow for a type of compounding of the profits if done in % allowed risk per trade and account current balance. So far I have been doing it individually but can see that some strategies takes of and some do not and might never catch up which in away offsets the balance of the portfolio.

You could do it either way, but you are right in that you likely want to remain balanced between all strategies. Who knows if your best performing strat in 2016 will still be best in 2017? Being balanced mitigates this possibility.

So, I'd probably say using fixed fractional approach, based on total account equity, is a good (better?) way to go...

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