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#1 ja46176

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 04:29 PM

Does anyone use HighLow.net? I’m taken by their 200% payouts and have considered a strategy around this; it requires two trade accounts (different high return brokers ideally) and two bets placed at the same time in opposite directions so as to guarantee that at least one will win.

**Broker 1 is HighLow.net, Broker 2 (85% payout) is your choice of provider.**

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)
Broker 2: Place bet of $15 (win would return $12.75)

As you can see, in theory any eventuality would result in a win covering the loss of the opposing bet and a small profit.

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 05:45 PM

Or you can lose both)

#3 HAWK

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 02:40 AM

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)
Broker 2: Place bet of $15 (win would return $12.75)

 
Okey lets s calculated,
 
                                                 (return)  (stakes)                      

       If 1st broker direction is true,  20  - ( 10+15 ) = - 5


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:17 AM

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)

 

No need broker 2 :P  : random trade, you earn (50%) $20 or lost (50%) -$10. Repeat 1000x a day. Enjoy.

 

Obviously it's 100% payout, so $10, not $20.



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 05:32 AM

Does anyone use HighLow.net? I’m taken by their 200% payouts and have considered a strategy around this; it requires two trade accounts (different high return brokers ideally) and two bets placed at the same time in opposite directions so as to guarantee that at least one will win.

**Broker 1 is HighLow.net, Broker 2 (85% payout) is your choice of provider.**

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)
Broker 2: Place bet of $15 (win would return $12.75)

As you can see, in theory any eventuality would result in a win covering the loss of the opposing bet and a small profit.

 

When they say 200% they actually mean 100%, so if you invest 10 you and win, you get your investment + 10 back = 20.

 

Same thing with 185%, it is actually 85%, well, now they give 88%.


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 05:42 AM

Does anyone use HighLow.net? I’m taken by their 200% payouts and have considered a strategy around this; it requires two trade accounts (different high return brokers ideally) and two bets placed at the same time in opposite directions so as to guarantee that at least one will win.

**Broker 1 is HighLow.net, Broker 2 (85% payout) is your choice of provider.**

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)
Broker 2: Place bet of $15 (win would return $12.75)

As you can see, in theory any eventuality would result in a win covering the loss of the opposing bet and a small profit.

 

I did a lot of sports betting amongst other things this will help you out to figure how much you need to put on each outcome http://www.winnergam...bet-calculator/

 

so if the broker has the payout 80% it equates to 1.8 odd and if the broker has 200% it's equivalent to 3 . So just tap 1.8 at odd 1 in the calculator and 3 at odd 2 and this is what you get 

 

tMwsuc.jpg

 

This means that you can arbitrage and get 12.5% profit on your investments and it also shows how much you should put at odd 1.8 or payour 80% and how much at odd 3 or payour 200% .

 

It can be possible to arbitrage but be careful because I am willing to bet that the bet at 80% is not the same as the one at 200% , meaning maybe they enter the trade at different prices or different expiries because don't forget brokers have nothing to gain if you arbitrage.


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Rule nr. 8 to Strategy 5Min " If JRSX is OB/OS and it goes back in the channel for less than 4-5 candles then it goes back to the OB/OS state , you count those candles in the channel as OB/OS "


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Posted 14 September 2017 - 11:12 AM

I did a lot of sports betting amongst other things this will help you out to figure how much you need to put on each outcome http://www.winnergam...bet-calculator/
 
so if the broker has the payout 80% it equates to 1.8 odd and if the broker has 200% it's equivalent to 3 . So just tap 1.8 at odd 1 in the calculator and 3 at odd 2 and this is what you get 
 
tMwsuc.jpg
 
This means that you can arbitrage and get 12.5% profit on your investments and it also shows how much you should put at odd 1.8 or payour 80% and how much at odd 3 or payour 200% .

 
It can be possible to arbitrage but be careful because I am willing to bet that the bet at 80% is not the same as the one at 200% , meaning maybe they enter the trade at different prices or different expiries because don't forget brokers have nothing to gain if you arbitrage.


giginh0 thanks for your reply! Excellent calculator you’ve shared. I wonder, have you tried ‘arbing’ in binary options? And if so, to what success?

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 02:19 PM

giginh0 thanks for your reply! Excellent calculator you’ve shared. I wonder, have you tried ‘arbing’ in binary options? And if so, to what success?

 

I tried a bit on Iq , where they have the higher payout but you have that price line and it's tricky to get both your entries on the same price , so a put and a call at the exact same price and it's a pain , but if you were to have some sort of a system in place it could be possible. Honestly I don't like the Iq implementation and I don't know about highlow since I never used them. But if you have an idea but don't know how to implement it pm me and if I can help I will. 

 

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Rule nr. 8 to Strategy 5Min " If JRSX is OB/OS and it goes back in the channel for less than 4-5 candles then it goes back to the OB/OS state , you count those candles in the channel as OB/OS "


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 06:46 AM

Does anyone use HighLow.net? I’m taken by their 200% payouts and have considered a strategy around this; it requires two trade accounts (different high return brokers ideally) and two bets placed at the same time in opposite directions so as to guarantee that at least one will win.

**Broker 1 is HighLow.net, Broker 2 (85% payout) is your choice of provider.**

Broker 1: Place bet of $10 (win at 200% would be $20 return)
Broker 2: Place bet of $15 (win would return $12.75)

As you can see, in theory any eventuality would result in a win covering the loss of the opposing bet and a small profit.

 

which broker pay 200% for a win ?

 

payout is always under 100 % ?



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Posted 18 September 2017 - 12:50 PM

which broker pay 200% for a win ?
 
payout is always under 100 % ?


Highlow.net market that they payout up to 200%. My post here was aimed at finding out if this is true as such a rate could turn a 51% strategy into a winning one.

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 01:37 PM

Highlow.net market that they payout up to 200%. My post here was aimed at finding out if this is true as such a rate could turn a 51% strategy into a winning one.

 

I see payout: 2.0    

you bet 10$ = 20$ return  = 10$ profit

 
Which instruments have a payout to 200 % ??

For a payout of 200 %, i need 3.0 ?

 

 

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 04:36 PM

I think you might need to look at the higher expiry options for 200% returns. I may be wrong... but I hope not.

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Posted 19 September 2017 - 01:08 PM

Already tried it, but many times, lag before entry kills the arb and its almost impossible to entry at the same time in different windows (if we are talking about 1-5 min exp).

 

Maybe some program with macros could do the thing


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Posted 19 September 2017 - 01:57 PM

What if two people were sat side by side using different accounts but willing to share profit?

Synapse would you mind explaining how it would work if you could enter at the exact same time? It’s just IQ doesn’t pay more than 100% so I can’t see where the profit would be in having one loser and one winner. I hope I’m wrong and that there is a way for it to work.

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Posted 19 September 2017 - 03:51 PM

What if two people were sat side by side using different accounts but willing to share profit?

Synapse would you mind explaining how it would work if you could enter at the exact same time? It’s just IQ doesn’t pay more than 100% so I can’t see where the profit would be in having one loser and one winner. I hope I’m wrong and that there is a way for it to work.

As a simple Arb. You can use a Dutching calculator to calculate how much money do you need to cover both entries. But you need both brokers with high «odds»


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Posted 19 September 2017 - 04:39 PM

Meaning, you need an entry of 2.0 and another of 2.1 or more (that I think it doesn´t exist in BO)






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