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Part 5: Money Management – Trade Splitting

Everyone has probably come across a money management tactics Martingale in any of its form. Whether for increasing trades, multiplyng sums at a roulette or blackjack or any other way. And everyone probably knows that even though this strategy can help reduce unprofitable trades thus move us into a total profit, it does not always happen. Sometimes martingale clears your account completely and certainly nobody wants that.

Therefore, a few clever heads got together and created a money management tactics called trade splitting.

What is trade splitting?

Trade splitting is essentially a division of one trade into two at  the ratio 30:70. We enter the first trade as we normally would, but with only 30% of the amount you want to invest. We will perform the second trade with the same expirations, with 70% of the amount – but only if the price goes the wrong way for X pips. (e.g. X = 10)

If we want to enter a trade CALL (Up) with $100, trade splitting will work as follows:

First, we enter the trade CALL with $30 And then, if the price moves down, we will execute the trade again, but with $70.

In the picture below, you can find a demonstration of trade splitting  with a broker IQ Option.

What can happen when using trade splitting

What can happen when using trade splitting

What might happen in a case of trade splitting?

In fact, there are only 4 possible outcomes. 3 of them bring us profit, only one does not.

  • Case A: Only one trade is successful- overall, we’re in profit (+- 25%)
  • Case B: Both of the trades are successful- overall, we’re still in profit (+- 80%)
  • Case C: Neither of the trades are successful – we are at a loss (-100%)
  • Case D: Price goes in the right direction from the beginning, and therefore we do not open the second trade – Overall, we are in profit (+20%)

Why use trade splitting?

Trade splitting is a good money management strategy. Unlike martingale, it does not work with the sums from the trades consecutively, but it works directly with individual trades and try to make them profitable.

However,  I do not recommend using Trade splitting in cases you are 100% sure that the trade will work out. (E.g. the price bounced off a strong resistance line) In this case, you’d only be robbing yourself of profit.

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