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  1. I've noticed that everyone in the trading system forum is looking for trading systems that work nearly 100 percent of the time. Maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration. Perhaps people want to get as close to 60 percent as possible, or 60 percent or higher. All of the trading systems I've seen here have one thing in common: people are looking for one that works the most frequently, or frequently enough. But what if we changed our minds and decided to find and test a system that will never work? That costs you money 100% of the time? Doesn't that seem like a simpler option? Wouldn't it be a huge breakthrough in Forex trading if we could find, write rules for, and develop a system that loses you money 90% to 100% of the time? You might think I'm crazy if I say this, but think about it. If you discovered such a system, all you'd have to do is the opposite to always make money. Is this something that has ever been considered?


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