Should You Use Martingale In Binary Options?

bsbZenbsbZen Posts: 84
edited January 2017 in General
Hi all,

''The Binary Bears'' have shared an very usefull video of ''Should You Use Martingale In Binary Options?''

Find the answer in the video.

Enjoy :)




Kind Regards,

BSB Zen

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Comments

  • MalvridMalvrid Posts: 59
    Martingale is quite an interesting strategy and one should be very careful with it. If losing your deposit can hit hard on your wallet and you're not big on spending money, I wouldn't recommend risking like that, because it can lead to a deposit drain, but if you're enthusiastic and you've got money that you don't mind losing, figuratively speaking, then it's worth a try, perhaps everything will work out and you will seriously increase your deposit.
  • bsbZenbsbZen Posts: 84
    Malvrid said:

    Martingale is quite an interesting strategy and one should be very careful with it. If losing your deposit can hit hard on your wallet and you're not big on spending money, I wouldn't recommend risking like that, because it can lead to a deposit drain, but if you're enthusiastic and you've got money that you don't mind losing, figuratively speaking, then it's worth a try, perhaps everything will work out and you will seriously increase your deposit.

    Hi Malvrid,

    Yes its all an mindset game, but martingale is still very risky to use even if you can spend a lot of money. You should use an proper money management and getting familiar with the ''trade splitting'' theory which is very usefull to use. Another thing is with martingaling you will most likely go in over-trading by taking too much trades and too big trade sizes and that you will get emotionally frustrated and your emotions take over control and you will blow up your account.
  • MalvridMalvrid Posts: 59
    bsbZen, thanks for the answer. You are right, martingale strategy is really difficult and you need to be careful when using it.
  • JohannesJohannes Posts: 2
    Martingale is a statistical trading approach in which the software - after losing a trade - tries to win back by doubling the investment. A purely statistics based approach, no intelligence applied. When chances are completely random, this quick and dirty risk management approach might pay of.
    But in asset trading robot software, normally your trading loss is not random: there is a specific reason that you lose money (scam, inaccurate algoritms, wrong settings, fraud, ...). Then Martingale will not help you out. You will lose your money faster. I can tell you: this is not theory only...

    In case of doubt, use a 'Classic' approach: fixed investment, fixed time. In case you work with an effective trading robot software, you better choose Fibonacci: the system learns to make investment higher when repeating a positive trade.
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