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@  Bigindoda : (18 June 2018 - 03:33 PM) good job tp
@  mathaba : (18 June 2018 - 02:28 PM) where can i get candle time indicator for mac
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 08:24 AM) example of my MM.
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 08:24 AM) was busy for first TP, price reversed so entered again in the zone to the second most recent level.
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 08:23 AM) GU : https://gyazo.com/e8...cf22655b4ba3a50
@  Bigindoda : (18 June 2018 - 07:29 AM) eu maybe double top?
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 03:41 AM) yes, should be good
@  Bigindoda : (18 June 2018 - 03:24 AM) 1.163 zone will be good for short?
@  Bigindoda : (18 June 2018 - 03:24 AM) Hello tp
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:15 AM) u have given valuable information since so many days
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:13 AM) :(
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 01:12 AM) if it is not published, there is no link yet, so stop now please.
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:11 AM) can i have link of your strategy in boe
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:09 AM) ?
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:09 AM) i will publish that very shortly.
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 01:08 AM) yes larry
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:08 AM) larry?
@  traderpusa : (18 June 2018 - 01:07 AM) yes in boe. my strategy explained.
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:06 AM) when can i except
@  venkatredy : (18 June 2018 - 01:05 AM) ?

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#561 mimosavh2000

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 05:55 AM

Dear Uday,
I regret to hear that you have to give up BO. Last year, my win rates was only around 65% then I saw your post. Then I followed it step by step. Last three month, my win rates was increased to approximately 80%. I really appreaciate your work.
Thank you in advance Uday. I hope you success with your bussiness.
P/S: I borrow acc to comment. Sorry for my stupid English.

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 07:42 AM

some prepare for Nedd contest  try to look higher tf. 
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#563 neddihrehat

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 07:47 AM

some prepare for Nedd contest  try to look higher tf. 

 

Looks interesting on High TF. Really awesome.

 

uday you can upload 10 screenshots on imgur at once and share the gallery link :D, drag and drop all of them like this,

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And then you'll get a gallery link,

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You can also get individual links,

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Example gallery link: https://imgur.com/a/2s21f


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#564 uday

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 07:50 AM

Looks interesting on High TF. Really awesome.

 

uday you can upload 10 screenshots on imgur at once and share the gallery link :D, drag and drop all of them like this,

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And then you'll get a gallery link,

keq65Wa.png

 

You can also get individual links,

QDrnlUR.png

 

Example gallery link: https://imgur.com/a/2s21f

Thanks nedd, i will try it.


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#565 george1986alecs

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 09:36 AM

some prepare for Nedd contest  try to look higher tf. 
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Hi Uday,

83% ITM congratulation man! These are awesome results!


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Posted 22 March 2018 - 02:49 PM

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Hey Uday,

I’m Taking a serious break from foruming, but just wanted to share a few things.
First of all it all seems very emotional driven and at the same time a long term observation. Well it’s not a surprise I must say because the bins industry is in my opinion not designed so that you can get anything out of it on the long run. What is a surprise however is that it took you 8 years to realise that...

You see, you shared many ITMs with us, obviously not many OTMs and that is all what this industry is about, showing the good and hiding the bad. BOE is all about that in the end and generating a lot of wars lol. Do not take me wrong, I always had much respect for your work and I think it is very valid pattern and level driven art you are displaying... What keeps you out of becoming successful in trading is that you chose the wrong product, and I say product for a good reason.

Retail trading is a very consumer oriented product, bins are definitely amonst the most casino like products around in that area, it always amazes me how people are able to see m1 based levels on a 30 or so candle chart display like just the rest of the world was looking at those insignificant moves.
Now you seem to be tempted into thinking that going the fx way will be way different. It can on the form but not on the substance. In the end with fx, stocks, futures, and you name it, you will still be seen as a cow to milk. FX in any of its form, call it CFD, NDD, ECN, etc etc, is always about the same thing, you will be milked out by spreads, by commissions, by some brokers not willing to pay etc etc. On the substance there is not much difference between fx and bins, just that you are more insignificant in general and that you have way more control on your MM.

So you would be tempted to go into « exchanged » products such as stocks, futures etc right ?
Well be aware that you will be also seen as a cow to milk, lol.
Not only you will need to pay recurrent fees for the platforms, but you will need to pay recurrent fees for feeds, and the broker will take a commission on both entry AND exits, not to mention tax in most countries. If the industry cannot blatantly cheat on the consumer they will just make you pay for everything so that you (end consumer) remains at the bottom of the food chain...
Eventually if you can make a profit out of it, it will be AFTER everyone else has made money on you, lol.

Just something to be aware of...

Does it mean you cannot be successful ? No. I am not the kind to show off like many here but I can share with you a result of approx 150 trades or so based on H1 mainly with a positive curve of 300% this sounds, imagine the time it took ? Silly compared to bins no ? Well think again because with bins you are like driving/riding/cycling etc in 1st gear only, spending much much energy to basically produce nothing, except much money as a consumer for your providers...

On that, take care !

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Posted 23 March 2018 - 10:13 AM

some prepare for Nedd contest.

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https://imgur.com/a/Lvn0X


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Posted 23 March 2018 - 10:56 AM

some prepare for Nedd contest.

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https://imgur.com/a/Lvn0X

btw what MM is that?


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Posted 23 March 2018 - 11:25 AM

btw what MM is that?

i am not expert for  MM so some one pleease tech me how i can use MM. and what type MM best for a trader if win ratio 60+ .


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#570 Tripack

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Posted 23 March 2018 - 11:48 AM

Unclear why you had your recent meltdown about the past 8 years with 60+% anyways good luck with the competition.
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Posted 23 March 2018 - 12:12 PM

i am not expert for  MM so some one pleease tech me how i can use MM. and what type MM best for a trader if win ratio 60+ .

 

Since MM itself is a huge thing and there are many different ideas floating around, I can only give you an example of how I could apply some MM on your trading. 

 

# Compounding

From your trade history, I think 2 or 3 step compound would be enough to earn a lot. I already told you before. This is my personal opinion, no need to be a super human or strategist on MM. 

 

Let's keep it simple with real example, Say the return rate is 70%, win rate is 60%. 

Everyday you start with an initial risk. Like a max of 5% of your account. If you have 100K balance, you can lose at most 5k that day. Also set that you will stop trading if you get at most 5 OTMs. If you win for specific level, you reset your stake, if you lose, you reset your stake. Your max stake can be only 1K. First stake 1k, you win 1.7k, Next stake 1.7k, you win 2.8k, Third stake is 2.8k, you win 4.8k... If you lose any of them, you are back to 1k, if you complete third stake and win 4.8k.

 

Let's recalculate your last screenshot with this MM. Reds are your actual Loss. Greens are ones you actually win. I manually calculated them so sorry there is no excel file for it. It's just a mere calculation.

 

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The good thing about compounding is that you will lose your initial bet only. That means you will lose same 5k no matter which level you use. 

 

Now, the only problem you will have is the greed and fear. You'll notice that the more steps you compound, the more you'll earn in short amount of time if actually somehow you managed to win in a row. You will panic and lose instead of winning. Big reward will always come with big risks. 

 

That's where discipline shines. Also that's the same place where you have to keep it simple.


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Posted 23 March 2018 - 01:04 PM

i am not expert for  MM so some one pleease tech me how i can use MM. and what type MM best for a trader if win ratio 60+ .

this is what i am using actually with good results.

 

http://www.binaryopt...ney-management/


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Posted 23 March 2018 - 07:38 PM

I dont like compounding becouse with normal stack 2 win/1 loss give me little profit, but with compouding it will give you 1 loss, so my psychologic its not used to it if I have more win than loss I can leave day at loss. I using heding MM -> its not martingale - my 1 loss i received added by broker's % payout. 

 

So for example if I loss 1$, my next stack need to be 1,20$ if there is 80% payout then after win my profit hedge last loss, but not receive it. I dont martingale and change loss to win. If I have loss I dont make money. Its very defenced MM, but I dont have pressure to hit 3x win. I can have 3:2 and be still in money, becouse my all profit changed loss to 0 profit. Its also give me opportunity to not blow up account, becouse with martingale you could survive max 4 or 5 steps. 


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Posted 25 March 2018 - 09:07 AM

I dont like compounding becouse with normal stack 2 win/1 loss give me little profit, but with compouding it will give you 1 loss, so my psychologic its not used to it if I have more win than loss I can leave day at loss. I using heding MM -> its not martingale - my 1 loss i received added by broker's % payout. 

 

So for example if I loss 1$, my next stack need to be 1,20$ if there is 80% payout then after win my profit hedge last loss, but not receive it. I dont martingale and change loss to win. If I have loss I dont make money. Its very defenced MM, but I dont have pressure to hit 3x win. I can have 3:2 and be still in money, becouse my all profit changed loss to 0 profit. Its also give me opportunity to not blow up account, becouse with martingale you could survive max 4 or 5 steps. 

 

Compounding is good only if are you can get minimum 3ITM in a raw. Any compounding below level 3 doesn’t really make sense.

Assuming you bet 1$ @ 80%, the results are as following:

  • 1st bet: $1 * 1.8 = $ 1.8
  • 2nd bet: $1.8 * 1.8 = $ 3.24
  • 3rd bet: $ 3.24 * 1.8 = $ 5.83. If you deduct the initial $1 bet, you end up with $ 4.83 in profit for 3ITM in a raw. If you would have bet only $1 every time you would have had a $ 0.8 profit for every ITM, totally $ 2.4 for 3ITMs. By compounding 3ITMs, the profit is equal with the same profit of 6 ITMs (@ $ 1 each).

 

The results become better with the increase in compound level. For 2 more levels the results are as following:

  • 4th bet: $ 5.83 * 1.8 = $ 10.49
  • 5th bet: $ 10.49 * 1.8 = $ 18.88. The same story… subtract the initial $ 1 and you remain with $ 17.88 in profit, equal with the profit achieved by placing 22 ITMs @ $ 1 each.

 

See the point in compounding? The power in compounding is increasing with the compounding level.


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Posted 25 March 2018 - 10:12 AM

hi there laddys. This is one of four threads that I follow actively here. Although I do not post much and that is because I enjoy reading more. Also I dont really have more to add to the pile of informative comments already.

The recent comments has stirred up my desire to share and comment on the discussion here. Now I noticed we are digressing from the thread but I think the direction is still a worthy one.

I have been trading leisurely for over 15 years, fx, stocks,futures and options. Binary is a recent thing but I would not call it trading. It is different from trading although it is binary trading. But let me get to the point.

 

This is my personal view. Binary options being what it is, mess with your financial psyche. Layman, it is money disorder. This is the raison d'être of binary trading business. Nothing fancy, nothing more but that. 

No matter how you swing your so-called strategy, for binary option you will lose at the end of the minute, hour, day, week or simply eventually. The irony is this. The binary trading framework gives you an expiry to have the opportunity to make money. Within 30 or 60 secs and so on. As for them, there is no expiration. The very moment you clicked the deposit button, it is profit for them and they might lose some to you. But liked I said, they win it back eventually. Do you know why? It is so because of our financial psyche. Many will nailed it down to discipline, due diligence, commitment and everything under the sun. But no my laddy, it is all about the money. How the money tempts you to go bigger when you win and how it tempts you to go even bigger when you lose. Either way, you lose.

 

Then what is the point with using these binary brokers? Personally, I think there is none other than just go in have your fun, get the hell out while you are winning. 

Again, I digress. 

Here is what it all boils down to. You are not going to like what I am about to say but give it a thought before labeling me as a sore old fogey eh.

 

If anyone who cant even string together 3 wins or more in a row with binary options, they should not be playing with it. 

And if you are not going to compound your winnings, you are sure to lose your profits in a matter of time. 

 

Let's look at an example. If this trader has an average ITM score of 70%. And this is all he can get.

Win, Win, Loss, Win, Win, Loss, Win, Win, Loss and Win. Let say he takes this ten trades today with no compounding. It is profitable today.

It is only a matter of time when he is hit with two Loss in a row, his financial psyche will mess with him and makes him go all berserk and lose his account. This, I am sure we see happening everyday.

 

I am going to say again. If you cant string 3 or more wins in a row with binary options, you really need to consider quitting it or just treat it as a leisure activity. Dont aim for the moon.

And if you are not going to compound your winnings, you are still going to lose in the long run.

 

Have a lovely week ahead laddys. 


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from a seanair,  slàinte mhòr! 

 

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Posted 07 April 2018 - 07:19 AM

Hi uday !

 I want to know rate of 5 notes :

Which one is the most popular and less popular ? 

And level of difficult of each ? ( Which one is hardest to learn?)

Thank you and good luck !






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