I have a trading scheme that is very profitable but is also really dangerous because it opens a lot of trades at the same time with high leverage and else.
So the trick is to open only short (sell) trades and no long (buy) so that if the symbol i'm currently bidding on crashes, i get money instead of losing it...
of course I lose half the opportunities but it is so profitable that it doesn't matter.
But on the other hand, I know there are some "inversed" crashes that happens when price goes up suddently. I'm aware of that, that's why i'm using quite high stop losses (or even no stop loss), because the price might go up, but it will never be as big of a change as a regular price drop i suppose...
So is this trick enough to be able to use the high risk scheme?
thanks for the advice guyz