#1 you need to be able to detect a ranging market before thinking on how could you adapt, are you ?
#2 the more you'll move your tp far from the bands, the more you gonna miss tps - logical.
#3 if it's not spread it's slippage, have you thought about a recalculation of the appropriate tp/sl levels ?
#4 use pending orders <--- unsure i understood this one
Don't feel like you have to, try, if it's ok, good for you :)
3.another group are neutral or agree with hedging but each person is talking about fragmented section . (they come here and give us questions about
non related subjects for example : flash crash , gap , etc... without any attention to mentioned strategy and we have to make solution step by step not at the same time for all problems)
i thin i have to continue this path lonely because here i am wasting my precious time for no reason and no result.
I am really sorry for mentioning flash crashes...
Were you the first to mention flash crashes?
yes, post #272.... :)
well, I said earlier that one and the same solution could be right and wrong for different traders. This is due to differences in trading setups and more importantly their psychologies... Systems like that your are trying to collect info/ideas were used a lot years ago when retail brokers just started to provide services on the Internet... To cut the story short - during the credit crunch it wasn't fun to use such systems.
I wouldn't call such systems as hedging... they are just systems using opposite positions trying to create profits... they are still legitimate (imho) as there is some psychological aspect (opposite to the maths side) - important for many day traders (see f.e. Icham Aidibe 2018.10.01 21:13 #332)...
I wouldn't call such systems as hedging... they are just systems using opposite positions trying to create profits... they are still legitimate (imho) as there is some psychological aspect (opposite to the maths side) - important for many day traders...
Right ... hedging and netting are not systems, they are just the different ways of implementing the given system.
You can implement the same system with hedging or with netting.
If you use hedging, the costs paid to broker will be higher ... if you use netting, the costs will be lower.
So, hedging is the expensive way of implementing a system.
As I said before, I also agree with the psychological aspect.
What we are trying to say here, this psychological benefit is not free, comes with an extra cost paid to brokers.
If you are ok with that extra cost, hedging or netting, both are same for the given strategy.
I made hedging my whimsy during about 8 months before obtaining something acceptable in term of profit - because we have to admit, that it's far from being the most profitable of all strategies.
I also worked on triangular arbitrage (hedging currencies), this one has been a real headache, at first results were great on the tester but in that particular case, only the "real tick" mode is relevant because of ticks' tempo which differs in account while with the every tick mode it's all sync'd - hence the confusion. Some days ago, MetaQuotes posted an example working with a delay. But there again ... it's not very profitable.
Finally, I find "hedging" interesting only when used in a manual/semi automated trading system - for the psychological aspect but not only (edit : it's a strategy thought to cover loss not for being profitable) ; as EA, any other system, including EAs based on basics indicators & strategies could be more profitable.
@Seyedmajid Masharian, dude if you don't have already an operating system, you're losing your time & energy with hedging, it's very ingrate ; but to pass time, as an intellectual exercise it's fun : maths, logics, it's like a chinese puzzle.
(My humble opinion)
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