The main idea of this product is to generate statistics based on signals from 5 different strategies for the Binary Options traders, showing how the results would be and the final balance based on broker's payout.

**Strategy 1:** The calculation is secret.

**Strategy 2:** The signal is based on a sequence of same side candles (same color).

**Strategy 3:** The signal is based on a sequence of interspersed candles (opposite colors).

**Strategy 4:** The signal consists of the indicators bollinger (we have 3 types of signal for him), RSI and value chart, having the option to turn on / off each of the indicators in that signal.

**Strategy 5:** The calculation is secret.

### Parameters:

**Allow strategy 1:** true/false

**Reverse signal:** true/false

**Allow strategy 2**: true/false

**Number of candles for the signal**

**Reverse signal:** true/false

**Allow strategy 3:** true/false

**Number of candles for the signal**

**Reverse signal:** true/false

**Allow strategy 4:** true/false

**Reverse signal:** true/false

**Allow bollinger:** true/false

Signal type:

- Close out
- Touch: by touching the band the signal is valid
- Touch & close in: candle must necessarily touch the band and close in. If it closes out the signal isn't accepted

Period

Deviation

Applied price

**Allow RSI:** true/false

Period

Applied price

Overbought

Oversold

**Allow value chart:** true/false

Overbought

Oversold

**Allow strategy 5:** true/false

**Reverse signal:** true/false

**Time filter for signals:** the format must obbey the pattern HH:MM, being 2 digits for hour and 2 digits for minutes. Ex: 09:45. It uses broker's time.

Start time

End time

**Entry 1$:** the value in $ for the initial entry, used for calculations of balance by the end of test

**Martingale 1$:** the value in $ for martingale 1, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 2$:** the value in $ for martingale 2, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 3$:** the value in $ for martingale 3, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 4$:** the value in $ for martingale 4, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 5$:** the value in $ for martingale 5, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 6$:** the value in $ for martingale 6, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

**Martingale 7$:** the value in $ for martingale 7, used for calculations of balance by the end of test. It's the entry value if the last entry was a loss

IMPORTANT: The sequence of martingales is interrupted if the value is zero.

**% paid by broker:** refers to broker's payout for a winning position. It's used for calculations of balance by the end of test**Martingale type:** can be:

**Next signal:** the martingales entries are calculated only on the next signal of the indicator

**Consecutive (next candle):** martingales are calculated in sequence, in the following candles after a signal