Steadymaker is not a black box or a „set and forget‟ trading system. We believe those systems do not exist because any true system must be constantly analysed and managed. In addition, any real system will produce both profitable and losing periods.

Streadymaker is actually a collection of independent Expert Advisors, blended together to create one profitable portfolio of EA‟s which is constantly monitored, analysed and adjusted by our team of Quantitative Analysts‟. Since its inception in 2015, Steadymaker has delivered over 270% return.

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Each EA within Steadymaker contain complex algorithms, trading only one currency and utilising technical analysis such as Trend, Volume, Fibonacci, Support and Resistance and others. Sound risk management rules are embedded into each EA to ensure relative stop loss levels. The huge benefit of combining multiple EA‟s is that when the market is going against one EA, there is a high probability the other EA‟s are making profit.

Client access to Steadymaker is by way of specialised, web-based copy trading software installed locally on the client PC or VPS. This software receives execution signals from our master account that are executed within seconds. Put simply, each trade placed by the system in our account, is duplicated (copied proportionately) into the client account. When the system closes the trade in our account, it also closes trades it in the client account.

Clients maintain complete control of their account at all times and can stop the copy trading software at any time. Clients also have the ability to customise their risk settings (ie. Set a risk level in line with their risk appetite) and select both the number and type of trades they want copied. We recommend a copy trading ratio of 1:1, based on a 30,000 account balance (Click for more information on account sizes and risk settings).

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We take risk seriously

The reality is that the FX market can be volatile, losses are not only possible, they are probable at times. We always advise our clients to get external advice and/or sit back and just observe trading prior to undertaking live trading.

Risk Management

Apart from built-in trading strategies such as counter trading, we manage risk firstly by placing small trades relative to the account balance. This basic money management strategy means that account leverage does not work against us and that the market or currency has to move an extremely long way in order to impact account equity. Note that we do not perform scalping or use techniques such as Martingale.

Secondly, every trade carries a physical stop loss. If a trade goes against us, the physical stop loss ensures losses are minimised.

Next, each individual EA has an overarching stop loss setting of 10%. This means that if the drawdown from all trades placed by a single EA combines to equal 10%, the EA will close all of its trades, preventing further loss.

Finally, the system has a 30% overriding account stop loss. Regardless of what currencies are being traded, if the cumulative value of all losing trades reaches 30% of the balance of the account, the system will begin to close trades in an attempt to protect the remaining 70% equity.

IMPORTANT:- We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the stop losses outlined above. There remains systemic risks that we will never be able to diversify. One example is a sudden, major move in the market or an individual currency pair (google „black swan‟ moment). The market can and has in the past moved so quickly that the (in fact any) auto trader might not be able to act quick enough to stop the loss at 30%. The actual loss could be higher. FX trading is particularly vulnerable to this risk during market breaks such as a weekends whereby we there are open positions at market close on Friday and the market wakes to a major shock on the Monday morning. Think AUD closing at 73 cents Friday and opening at 63 cents on Monday.

In addition there is broker liquidity or counterparty risk. It is the risk that the broker is unable to meet its obligations with its liquidity providers. In particular, if broker liquidity reduces with their providers, their market access may be significantly reduced or even stopped. In this instance, we risk holding open positions that we can‟t close whilst the general market trades away from us.

Whilst we have not experienced any of these uncontrollable risks, we do not know what the effect would be if they became a reality but suggest that losses could be much higher than anticipated.

Risk appetite

When you install our software, you can customise the risk level according to your appetite. While we strongly recommend a risk level equal to or less than 1:1, you can set risk at any level you wish. For example you could choose to set your risk level to 50% or 0.5:1. This means that your account would only be exposed to half the risk of the trading system however; theoretically it would only return half the profit.

Account size

You must have opening balance of at least 30,000. Anything less will increase your risk relative to the system. The good news is that you do not need $30,000 or EUR30,000. As long as the balance is at least 30,000 of any currency you chose and can even be 30,000 cents, when copied 1:1, your results will mirror ours +/- 10% due to the very small copy trading delay or slippage by your broker.


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