When to use BUY IN?
Well well well well... I guess this is the most catchiest part of traders who use this button...
This is the button which will make me think i tricked the system and bought more, or i averaged down and have a greater chance now to profit... But when it get skechy?
It gets skechy when a bot buys a deal for 100$ and price drops for like 5% and you buy in for 1000$ thinking that it will bounce back as always and ill get my profit back and even more profits cuz a lrager amount... But in real life traders forget that there is always a chance for a deal to continue down sliding, and even more it can get delistet as in crypto that tends to happen very offten.. SO... does buy in really help??
Answer is... AI bots have a greater probability buy zones as our reaserch studies it has 2:1 or some times 3:1 success ration.. so what it means 2 out of 3 deals will go up or 3 out of 4 deals will go up. So it means bot is predicting precisely.. And that is very good if we are thinking about predicting something in a not predictable enviroment. Of course Ai tend to get better and better... Still there is always a chance for a deal to go dramasticly oposite..
What are the things you should not do....?
Well 1. ai bots have a developed risk management and we dont recomend of changing something in theire amounts or budgets they decide to use for a trade. Try to focus that if you have a budget for 10 deals and 100$ each deal, then you have like 1000$ and always some 500$ spare, never over spend your budget...
For example a bot buys a deal for 10$ you still have 700$ free in your balance, and never buy in all funds... you may see from statistics that the bots are pritty good in guessing but also keep in mind they never change theire deal size all goes planed to risk managament, and if you change something you prity much are trying to guess an unpredictable market... So never buy in all your funds in a single market.
Chance of delisting, for example, a bot has bought a deal for 100$ and maybe the coin will be delisted and nobody knows that, and you decide to buy in another 1000$, then you pritty much have a chance to lose most of your capital.. Coin gets delistet and if it is not tradable in any other exchange you are pritty much done... So again it is risk planing...
In normal life scenario it will be that, you never put more than 2% in your single deal. And always have atleast 30% of your money left a side. So if you by any chance decide to buy in, make sure that doesnt exceed your 2% from your overall budget.
So... Even i had the same problem, when at begining i tend to trade small amounts i wanted to earn more and earn more and i decided to trick the system buy buying in more than it allows, i ended up of having 50% of my budget ina single trade, and the trade went down by 70%, basicly speaking all my trading stop there for a while, althou i got lucky the trade bounced back in 3 months still i stoped trading there, and it was painfull for me emotionaly... So.. I tend to not put more than 5% of my capital no matter how low it droped, and focus my budget on new trades that i can trade up the loses the single coin has droped for.