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Interesting idea. It is powerful and it can be optimized even a lot with a few tricks.
Anyways, have you tried to apply increasing lot size as you win instead of as you lose?
I mean, iof pure martingale, that is asynthotic, just increasing by, let's say 25% each time you win and then reduce to your initial position size or whatever.
As an example, you start risking 0.25%, then 0.5%, then 0.75%, then 1% as long as you are always winning. But when you lose, then you reduce your position size back to 0.25% and keep it at 0.25% till ou win again. Once you win another time, then you put 0.5% and repeat the process.
I have used increments of 0.25%, but the optimal lot size may be another and maybe calculated using a bit of probabilistic research, maybe a simple conditional probability funcion for your specific asset and renko range within a certain time range (since you expect more volatility during the first hours of your market activity vs the end of it for instance).