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Let's talk a little about this indicator robot called Return to Average, this indicator robot has as main characteristic to identify strong acute movements that produce a large standard deviation, creating possible buying opportunities, another characteristic of this indicator is that it has a larger number of entries per day, in terms of target the main
differential of this strategy is to use a moving target that increases the hit rate and eliminates the need to use a stop loss. Let's go to the numbers:
BTCUSDT / BINANCE
Review Period: 2018-01-01 to 2018-06-21
Number of transactions: 46
Graphic time: 1 hour
Average operation time: 10 candles or 10 hours
Hit rate: Over 70%
Profit factor: Greater than 3.5 is the ratio of gross profit to gross profit. The higher the profit factor, the higher the profit in relation to the
that the ideal is that the profit factor is above 2. When the profit factor is below 1, it means that the loss is greater than the profit, and the strategy will return a loss.
Maximum capital reduction: Less than 2%
Maximum Profit: $ 1369.96
Maximum loss: $ 491.93
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we will be releasing only 20 licenses of permanent use by means of payment in crypto-currencies like:
Payment in BTC quantity = 0.01439873
Payment in LTC quantity = 1
Payment in ETH quantity = 0.378
In this way we recommend that you guarantee your permanent license soon.
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