DislikedLet's say your target is 10 pips, as a scalper. Your normal risk per trade is 2%. Don't worry about the RR, scalpers normally aren't but say 10 pip emergency stop. For hedging, you spilt the risk, 1% risk buy, 1% risk sell. You place a perfect hedge, once you open a buy position, a sell position is also opened. It goes up 5, close sell position, let it ride to target. Obviously, lower profits but the point is that it's safer IF the market conditions such as slippage and spread are perfect. Anyone tried? Sounds fun but messy.Ignored
Well, first, 2% risk for a scalper is absolutely insane.
If as you said scalpers aren’t worried about their r:r why using edging which is just mortgaging because sooner or later the losses are gonna to be paid.
You are neither a scalper nor do you know what you are talking about.
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