You got me all wrong. Read my post, Im actually giving friendly advice in your quest in optimizing this. See above...

Fact is... with martingale, the risk is hidden from the historical result. This a probabilistic based strategy and anyone that does the proper research can find out the truth, the mathematical facts. Eventually, the losses catch up.

Take this advice and my advice above and whoever puts their hard-earned money in this will have a much brighter future.

My last friendly suggestions regarding this, withdraw profits continuously.

My best suggestion: allocate a minimum of funds you can afford to lose for this. Focus on strategies that open positions when in profit already, not the opposite, and you will eventually completely put martingale, pure probabilistic, and/or gambling type strategies behind you. I dont have anything against them, they can be fun, but just not for making a living long term...

Fact is... with martingale, the risk is hidden from the historical result. This a probabilistic based strategy and anyone that does the proper research can find out the truth, the mathematical facts. Eventually, the losses catch up.

Take this advice and my advice above and whoever puts their hard-earned money in this will have a much brighter future.

My last friendly suggestions regarding this, withdraw profits continuously.

My best suggestion: allocate a minimum of funds you can afford to lose for this. Focus on strategies that open positions when in profit already, not the opposite, and you will eventually completely put martingale, pure probabilistic, and/or gambling type strategies behind you. I dont have anything against them, they can be fun, but just not for making a living long term...

If I don't mention SL and TP = longer-term setup possibly in the works!

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