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Anti-Martingale trading strategy - we've talked martingale about position sizing; let's now talk anti-martingale. PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! Just a reminder - martingale is when you double your positions every time to recover your losses. We've talked about the dangers of that and the opportunities for that system to use in the right environment. But let's talk about the opposite - the anti-martingale is the complete opposite to the martingale.
Reverse martingale strategy. The anti-martingale strategy involves increasing or doubling up your position size when you are winning which makes sense. Of course you can adjust it anyway you want. If you lose your next trade will be half your stake
So say you stake 1 unit. If you win, you stake 2, if you win again you stake 4 and if you win again you stake 8
But should you lose you stake 1/2 unit, if you lose again you stake 1/4
The idea with that is that is you are on a losing streak, you need to reduce your position size.