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Martingale

CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader)
Dec 19 2016 at 11:10
1718 posts
Doubling the trade size after loss is called martingale. Any different methods are variant of martingale.

Only narrow vision brings 2 fundamental methods of Money Management. Both of described money management (martingale vs anti-martingale) involes risk.

My Money Management System eliminates risk at some point and allows to double lotzise on each trade with ZERO RISK.

How is this possible? Anyone can find the solution?

koval
Dec 19 2016 at 14:45
37 posts
@CrazyTRader - Triangle arbitrage? :)

CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader)
Dec 19 2016 at 14:46
1718 posts
koval posted:
@CrazyTRader - Triangle arbitrage? :)


You must developp... Provide example. I don't know this stuff ^^

koval
Dec 22 2016 at 11:46
37 posts
In short way(very short way) looks like this. You have three curriences for example. eur, usd, gbp
You make three pairs of it:
eurusd
gbpusd
eurgbp
each carrencies exist in two pairs, and now i 'play' with direction(long, short) and size of positions( for finding correct size i use risk calculator https://en.calculators.consiliuminvest.com/) to hedge each other.

It is similar idea as with gold and silver. Go on deferent directions( deferent size of position)


CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader)
Dec 22 2016 at 13:16
1718 posts
koval posted:
In short way(very short way) looks like this. You have three curriences for example. eur, usd, gbp
You make three pairs of it:
eurusd
gbpusd
eurgbp
each carrencies exist in two pairs, and now i 'play' with direction(long, short) and size of positions( for finding correct size i use risk calculator https://en.calculators.consiliuminvest.com/) to hedge each other.

It is similar idea as with gold and silver. Go on deferent directions( deferent size of position)



So you have hedged.

The question is how can we use variant of martingale and doubling lotsize on each consecutive trade while risk is zero?
Anyone find the solution of the problem?
Is this possible?

jannel
Dec 22 2016 at 14:59
28 posts
CrazyTrader posted:
koval posted:
In short way(very short way) looks like this. You have three curriences for example. eur, usd, gbp
You make three pairs of it:
eurusd
gbpusd
eurgbp
each carrencies exist in two pairs, and now i 'play' with direction(long, short) and size of positions( for finding correct size i use risk calculator https://en.calculators.consiliuminvest.com/) to hedge each other.

It is similar idea as with gold and silver. Go on deferent directions( deferent size of position)



So you have hedged.

The question is how can we use variant of martingale and doubling lotsize on each consecutive trade while risk is zero?
Anyone find the solution of the problem?
Is this possible?



Ou ... well guys, so far I have not found him.

CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader)
Dec 22 2016 at 15:00
1718 posts
jannel posted:
Ou ... well guys, so far I have not found him.


Were you really looking for it? ^^
Or just waiting for the solution?

hodias
Dec 22 2016 at 15:29
37 posts
BaldoN posted:
Martingale is a time bomb. You can try as many experts but its just a matter of time to blow your account. Just avoid them it would save you a lot of time and money trust me. Cheers



I do not trust the Martingale. I have not used this and I do not think I will use it.

tradfred (tradfred)
Dec 23 2016 at 13:53
36 posts
CrazyTrader posted:
koval posted:
In short way(very short way) looks like this. You have three curriences for example. eur, usd, gbp
You make three pairs of it:
eurusd
gbpusd
eurgbp
each carrencies exist in two pairs, and now i 'play' with direction(long, short) and size of positions( for finding correct size i use risk calculator https://en.calculators.consiliuminvest.com/) to hedge each other.

It is similar idea as with gold and silver. Go on deferent directions( deferent size of position)



So you have hedged.

The question is how can we use variant of martingale and doubling lotsize on each consecutive trade while risk is zero?
Anyone find the solution of the problem?
Is this possible?



I so far have not succeeded, you have been able to do it?

tradfred (tradfred)
Dec 23 2016 at 13:57
36 posts
Hey guys, the second page of this article speaks a bit more of Martingale and system types. Perhaps you are interested in. https://www.x-trader.net/articulos/trading-general/la-falacia-de-la-martingala/P%C3%A1gina-2.html

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