Yep. Both those Martingales actually look pretty iffy mate - the FF one requires endless setting tweaking and that other one you were going to look at is in the market all time time - hard to trust a system like that.
A friend has given me a copy of his bot - I'll get a demo going at vantage and let you know via DM - might be able to weasle you a copy too.
Fully agree with Woody12 , if you want to blow your account just go for those martingale advisors. It’s the easiest way actually. You just lose your time hoping it wont happen to you. Been there done that.
BaldoN posted: Fully agree with Woody12 , if you want to blow your account just go for those martingale advisors. It’s the easiest way actually. You just lose your time hoping it wont happen to you. Been there done that.
Yeah! While you may have some success in the short run, in the long run there is no way to make a constant profit with Martingale. Not in roulette, not in sport betting and most definitely not in Forex. Its way better just to pick the right Forex broker for you (I read the reviews here: https://www.forexbrokersreviews.com/ ) and start learning how to trade using real signals, not some 'gut' feelings. 😇
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