My own account easily trades within the required specs here. Although I don't want to divulge specifics on the money management, it is a more complex implementation of an anti-martingale type. This explains when market conditions are not great for my strategy, the account muddles around without losing too much, but takes off when I am having a winning streak. More profit with less risk for the more patient type, (of which there are very few I know I know..) https://www.myfxbook.com/members/growthera/robustreturn2020/951366
well, actually there are several published books that reference antimartingale. Fancy name just to say the principle is trade smaller when you are going down, and trade larger when going up. Opposite of what martingale does, so I guess that's why these authors call it antimartingale.
growthera posted: well, actually there are several published books that reference antimartingale. Fancy name just to say the principle is trade smaller when you are going down, and trade larger when going up. Opposite of what martingale does, so I guess that's why these authors call it antimartingale.
Yes you are right... it means nothing but I understand the idea. They just use commercial name to sell books, while you resume the theory is 2 lines.
I tried last year with this account (multiple very small deposits of 50 - 200 Eur) and learned how not to do it. Then I studied, traded Demo and learned how it works and started again with bigger deposit this February with the above results :)
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