21
Feb
2016

IQ Option

Options Using Martingale Trading Strategy

I also think it is very convenient simply because they withdraw money within Three days, however it�s far more quickly - three days are shown taking weekends into account.

I prefer a Martingale strategy! Is there a Martingale strategy? You place a bet, you lost - your next bet doubles. But this strategy doesn't quite fit options, i really upgraded it a little. Within my strategy, I bet an entirely different sums and each in time the opposite direction. Can you explain that? Because if there is a long-term trend, we won�t be capable of win the positioning, so we need to participate in the opposite directions.

This is why it really works.

We bet $1, for instance, to get a fall, if suddenly our position does not win, another $3 we bet for any rise already. When the position wins, we still bet to get a rise, but $1. If we lost $3, we bet $8 and so forth. The table of bets is shows in the screen.

So, we have bet $1 for the fall, also it won.

Now we have to bet $1 for the rise.

The Martingale strategy has not failed me, and i also have not reached the deathly hollows bet, i.e. I never were required to bet $191. Therefore, I'm 100% positive about my strategy!

Options Using Martingale Trading Strategy

I also think it is very convenient simply because they withdraw money within Three days, however it�s far more quickly - three days are shown taking weekends into account.

I prefer a Martingale strategy! Is there a Martingale strategy? You place a bet, you lost - your next bet doubles. But this strategy doesn't quite fit options, i really upgraded it a little. Within my strategy, I bet an entirely different sums and each in time the opposite direction. Can you explain that? Because if there is a long-term trend, we won�t be capable of win the positioning, so we need to participate in the opposite directions.

This is why it really works.

We bet $1, for instance, to get a fall, if suddenly our position does not win, another $3 we bet for any rise already. When the position wins, we still bet to get a rise, but $1. If we lost $3, we bet $8 and so forth. The table of bets is shows in the screen.

So, we have bet $1 for the fall, also it won.

Now we have to bet $1 for the rise.

The Martingale strategy has not failed me, and i also have not reached the deathly hollows bet, i.e. I never were required to bet $191. Therefore, I'm 100% positive about my strategy!

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