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# Money Management Strategies

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Money Management Strategies

Low risk strategy

A low risk binary options money management strategy is for those who do not wish to take high risks. This will result in fewer profits but generally few or no losses at all.

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop trading after 10 wins – Stop trading after 3 losses

Percentage of losses – Stop trading after 8% losses

Amount of wins & amount of losses – Stop trading after $50 profits – Stop trading after $20 losses

Winning ratio – Stop trading if the winning ratio becomes lower than 80%

Number of trades – Stop after 10 trades

Medium risk strategy

The medium risk money management strategy is for those who would like to earn some extra money but still aren’t 100% sure if they want to go all in.

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop after 30 wins – Stop after 8 losses

Percentage of losses – Stop after losing 15% of your contracts

Amount of wins & amount of losses– Stop after winning $150 in a session– Stop after losing $50

Winning ratio – Stop if your winning ratio becomes less than 75%

Number of trades – Stop after 50 trades

High risk strategy

The high risk strategy is for those who are not afraid to lose large sums of money with the prospect of making huge profits fast. This risk assessment binary options strategy is only recommended to experts.

In this case, we’ll be allowing for a bit more flexibility and have defined the limits a bit loose (defined by the + sign).

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop after 100+ wins – Stop after 30 losses

Percentage of losses– Stop if you lose 25% of your trades

Amount of wins & amount of losses – You are already an expert, so you do not need a maximum win amount limit. – However, stop if you lose more than $100 in a session

Winning ratio– Stop if your winning ratio drops below 65%.

Number of trades– You can trade as much as you want, however in this case choose another limit from the ones mentioned above.

Low risk strategy

A low risk binary options money management strategy is for those who do not wish to take high risks. This will result in fewer profits but generally few or no losses at all.

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop trading after 10 wins – Stop trading after 3 losses

Percentage of losses – Stop trading after 8% losses

Amount of wins & amount of losses – Stop trading after $50 profits – Stop trading after $20 losses

Winning ratio – Stop trading if the winning ratio becomes lower than 80%

Number of trades – Stop after 10 trades

Medium risk strategy

The medium risk money management strategy is for those who would like to earn some extra money but still aren’t 100% sure if they want to go all in.

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop after 30 wins – Stop after 8 losses

Percentage of losses – Stop after losing 15% of your contracts

Amount of wins & amount of losses– Stop after winning $150 in a session– Stop after losing $50

Winning ratio – Stop if your winning ratio becomes less than 75%

Number of trades – Stop after 50 trades

High risk strategy

The high risk strategy is for those who are not afraid to lose large sums of money with the prospect of making huge profits fast. This risk assessment binary options strategy is only recommended to experts.

In this case, we’ll be allowing for a bit more flexibility and have defined the limits a bit loose (defined by the + sign).

Number of wins & number of losses – Stop after 100+ wins – Stop after 30 losses

Percentage of losses– Stop if you lose 25% of your trades

Amount of wins & amount of losses – You are already an expert, so you do not need a maximum win amount limit. – However, stop if you lose more than $100 in a session

Winning ratio– Stop if your winning ratio drops below 65%.

Number of trades– You can trade as much as you want, however in this case choose another limit from the ones mentioned above.

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## Comments

1,273admin"stop after this many or that many trades" sounds like gambling to me.

You want to execute trades when your rules apply otherwise you don't take trades, it isn't about the number of trades.

However, from experience I know that you will get only a few perfect setups per day and that's that...

Furthermore, money management is not a strategy by itself, it is just a small part of

many many things you have to focus on and take into consideration while trading.

Just trade the same amount and keep it under 3-5% of your balance. If you have a long success rate you can

go on and raise your investment amount when your account has grown already.

But then again, only thing I agree with is that you should stop trading for the day if you have too many losses in a row.

It messes up with your head and results in chasing trade opportunities. Been there, done that. Just stop for the day so that is a good

advice.

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63✭5✭5✭15✭1✭1. Suppose I reached to 2K. So the strategy would be the same right .. investing 5%, Do we have to reduce or increase it to make consistent

2. What would be the withdrawal strategy... Ex after reaching to 2K.

Thank you

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