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#1 rainy88

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 02:16 AM

Really simple: you sell every 1min candle's close below the 10 exponential moving average and buy every close above it. If you start with a minimum of 2$ a bet it's about 100$ an hour calculated on a 80% payout. In my very short testing this works best when market is trending (so a longer period ma like a 20 - 50 sma is recommended, you don't want it to be flat-ish) and when the market has medium to high volatility (just add and atr or a 14 periods bollinger bands).

I know martingale is risky but in my experience I never went beyond the 4th level (I used a 2, 6, 18, 54, 162 scheme) and traded also in conditions of low volatility and ranging market to stress this strategy out.


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Posted 23 April 2017 - 03:05 AM

Nice and simple.. no need for martingale though. Just take into consideration other factors. PA, trend, momentum, SR etc. Maybe try a 5 min expiry. Simple is sometimes more efficient if used correctly.
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Posted 23 April 2017 - 05:09 AM

Excellent contribution rainy88, I'm really surprised this hasn't attracted more of a response, it's clear, easy and as tradeamart said, a simple is sometimes more efficient.

Out of interest though, if someone were to martingale, do they take the very next candle after the OTM or do you wait until the next setup?

Call me James  ;)


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Posted 23 April 2017 - 05:41 AM

Nice. You could also add xsupertrend, it will filter out ranging periods. Only take trades when supertrend is trending.

 

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 07:13 AM

Nice and simple.. no need for martingale though. Just take into consideration other factors. PA, trend, momentum, SR etc. Maybe try a 5 min expiry. Simple is sometimes more efficient if used correctly.

 

Dude seriously :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

If he doesnt MG, takes in consideration PA, trend, momentum, SR etc and goes to 5 min TF, then you have completely changed this strategy.

 

Why dont you just tell him to forget this and go use HH strat, because thats whats going in the back of your mind loool seriously so funny, its like

 

Rainy88: Hello, I'm driving this Audi, its nice.

 

tradesmart: Yeah its cool, you should also transform your Audi into a BMW. :lol:


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Posted 23 April 2017 - 07:40 AM

Rainy88: Where are my manners. Forgot to say thanks. I've been looking for something simple yet lucrative like this for a while.



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 08:12 AM

Here's something interesting to consider when deciding whether to use MG or not.

 

If you look at the screenshot you will see that there were 28 trades in that sequence if you followed the ema rule, as well as supertrend. Now, if you were to martingale your trades you would probably go no higher than $2, simply because of the risk and high amounts involved if things go south.

 

So: 28 trades @ $2 a trade (you've won all of them because you martingaled them) @ $1.70 profit (85%) = $47 (+stress)

 

If you did not martingale, you could comfortably do $5 trades because you don't need a big account to fund the martingales.

 

So: @ 20 itm and 8 otm you would then end up with a total profit of $45 (virtually the same as martingaling and with less stress)

 

You could even go to $10 a trade without having too big a bankroll to fund it. In that case you would end up with $90 profit.

 

So, perhaps mg is not always the only route to take, providing you are confident you will have more itm than otm.

 

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 08:29 AM

Here's something interesting to consider when deciding whether to use MG or not.

 

If you look at the screenshot you will see that there were 28 trades in that sequence if you followed the ema rule, as well as supertrend. Now, if you were to martingale your trades you would probably go no higher than $2, simply because of the risk and high amounts involved if things go south.

 

So: 28 trades @ $2 a trade (you've won all of them because you martingaled them) @ $1.70 profit (85%) = $47 (+stress)

 

If you did not martingale, you could comfortably do $5 trades because you don't need a big account to fund the martingales.

 

So: @ 20 itm and 8 otm you would then end up with a total profit of $45 (virtually the same as martingaling and with less stress)

 

You could even go to $10 a trade without having too big a bankroll to fund it. In that case you would end up with $90 profit.

 

So, perhaps mg is not always the only route to take, providing you are confident you will have more itm than otm.

 

attachicon.gif28 trades.jpg

 

In live conditions you cant go back to see where things happend, like right now you outlining exactly where a trend started and ended



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 08:30 AM

Dude seriously :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
If he doesnt MG, takes in consideration PA, trend, momentum, SR etc and goes to 5 min TF, then you have completely changed this strategy.
 
Why dont you just tell him to forget this and go use HH strat, because thats whats going in the back of your mind loool seriously so funny, its like
 
Rainy88: Hello, I'm driving this Audi, its nice.
 
tradesmart: Yeah its cool, you should also transform your Audi into a BMW. :lol:


Alright...calm down
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Posted 23 April 2017 - 08:50 AM

Alright...calm down

 

Cant help myself, that was so funny, went from a bored face to laughing out loud.


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Posted 23 April 2017 - 09:43 AM

nice strategy, would be even better with supertrend



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 09:50 AM

@rainy88

Please post some screenshots this week.

Thanks for sharing



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 12:01 PM

Cant help myself, that was so funny, went from a bored face to laughing out loud.


You need to get out the house more mate.
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Posted 23 April 2017 - 12:50 PM

You need to get out the house more mate.

 

You need to stop mocking people because somebody said something you didnt like about your forum buddy mate.



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 01:02 PM

That's what I like to see two people caring for each others needs :)
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Posted 23 April 2017 - 03:04 PM

Excellent contribution rainy88, I'm really surprised this hasn't attracted more of a response, it's clear, easy and as tradeamart said, a simple is sometimes more efficient.

Out of interest though, if someone were to martingale, do they take the very next candle after the OTM or do you wait until the next setup?

 

Thank you James, you take the very next candle (as long there's some volatility, the more the better in my short experience), for example in a downtrend if the candle that puts you OTM remains below the ema10 you continue to sell, if it crosses and closes above it then you buy the close.



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Posted 23 April 2017 - 03:18 PM

Nice. You could also add xsupertrend, it will filter out ranging periods. Only take trades when supertrend is trending.

 

attachicon.gifTrend.jpg

 

It could be a nice implementation, however I think the 10 ema and the 20-50 sma give a better and simpler understanding of where the market is trending and if it's trending



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Posted 24 April 2017 - 01:30 AM

@rainy88

 

If you don't mind me asking, have you been trading this strat on a live or demo account? It's easy to martingale on a demo account, but when trading live I find it really scary as things go wrong so fast - with catastrophic results!



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Posted 24 April 2017 - 03:09 AM

@rainy88

 

If you don't mind me asking, have you been trading this strat on a live or demo account? It's easy to martingale on a demo account, but when trading live I find it really scary as things go wrong so fast - with catastrophic results!

 

The importance is to have a stop loss, always! For now I'm in demo but in live my SL would be 70€ (54+18+6+2€). I can easily accept that risk considering the 110€/h profit. If 70€ is my daily stop loss and in 30 min I'm break even than the rest of the day It's all profit. Money management as always is much more important than your strategy.


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 03:20 AM

@rainy88

Please post some screenshots this week.

Thanks for sharing

 

https://www.dropbox....Km4xwIbwMa?dl=0

here I started trading after the first red candle closed below the ema10, sold the next 14 candles and the started buying them (except for 1) until that big red candle (the 6th from the end) that closed below ema, there I started selling again.

25 minutes of trading I locked in 63.52€, so I'm BE for today and from now on I'm in profit.

Note that even in ranging market as long as there's volatility this startegy seems to work.


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