Safety Dragon - the author of this masterpiece managed to blow up 3, well-subscribed, trading signals, created another one, called it "Dragon Recovery", and blew up that one as well. All of this within span of 2 weeks, brilliant. It is obvious that subscribers, as well as traders, after big losses try to look for aggressive opportunities to regain their funds, which usually leads to a next round of losses. This guy tried to return with a trading signal that had way way (WAY) too high risks and it suffered predictable outcome, 0 surprise there. Emotions all over this one, unfortunately.
TWILIGHTTRADE PROFIT EA/TWILIGHTTRADE HIGH TREND - these signals did get blown up as well, yet these did not suffer 100% DD, thus, the author can try to rebuild trading and re-establish her place in the market. The real question is whether the author of these signals can bounce back mentally. If these systems were entirely automatized, there would be many arguments in favour of continuing this roller-coaster ride, as past returns significantly outweight the negative effects of this last breakdown. Unfortunately, as we have described before Mid-August Outlook, the EA itself behind these systems is rather unstable and it requires manual intervention. As we are unsure about the mental condition of the author, following this signal in near future would bring much larger risks than potential gains. The author has to regain subscribers' trust before her services could be considered to be serious investment opportunities.
FXGLOW - here, story becomes much more complicated. In our previous update Mid-August Outlook, we called this signal out as one that could have manipulated it's drawdown by having large, unclosed, profitable positions before connecting to MQL5 platform. Since then, many FX Sumo followers have asked us about this signal, as it had recently closed all of its positions and opened new ones. To figure this one out, we did some digging:
The signal is based on the indicator, which belongs to the same author: