Hi friends, if i have 2 strategies that has 80% win ratio each,
and if i decide to trade 1 tatic, then 2 tatic, 1, 2, 1, 2 alternating them, my question
is: if i combine two good tatics, i'll get an increase on my win ratio, or it will remain in 80%, and how calculate
this new probability?
In Greece we have a saying: "2 for the oil, 2 for the vinegar and 4 for the vinaigrette" (meaning that if you mix 2 ingredients, that cost 2 (euros, usd etc.) each, you don't get something that costs 4).
maybe i didn't specified correctly the question:
if i have 2 tatics
1- that misses only 2 trades in 10 times
2- that misses only 2 trades in 10 times
if i use tatic 1, then 2, then 1... how can i calculate in probability my new win ratio? or there isn't a way to calculate it?
i understand your answer, butfor example, if i have 2 coins:
, with 50% chance in flipping each.
If i pick only one coin and flip it in a row, the probability each flip would be:
... and so on
So in the first i have 50% in probability and 25% next flip, but if i pick the second coin for the 2º flip, i have 50% or 25% of chance?
it's better to separate 2 tactics into 2 different accounts, so you can keep the probability of each tactic 80%, and also double the winning-rate. The reason is that you will not miss with the 20%-loss of each tactic together.