Quite so often we receive WhatsApp texts or even telegram messages of traders asking, “how much will I make if I invest $100 in Olymp Trade?”
While it is easy to just, say $82 for every 100 dollars, the answer is not always definite.
That’s because returns on investment in Olymp Trade are affected by many different factors.
For example, you can invest $100 with an Olymp Trade VIP account, and if you win, your return on investment will be higher considering an Olymp Trade VIP account enjoys more percentage of ROI.
Put into perspective,
If you invest $100 with a return on investment of up to 92% in Olymp Trade VIP, you will earn up to $92 on every trade that goes right.
On the other hand, if you are trading with a regular account in Olymp Trade, you get a return on investment of up to 82%.
Meaning, if you invest $100 with a regular account, you will earn up to $82 for every trade you get right on the platform.
So let’s ask that question again…
How much will I make if I invest $100 in Olymp Trade?
The answer is relative.
You can make as much as $92 for every $100 invested with a VIP account and you can also make $82 for investing the same amount with a regular account.
But for the sake of everyone trading a small account in Olymp Trade, let’s use the 82% example.
How much will you earn with a small account in Olymp Trade?
If you invest $1 in a trade, you can earn $0.82
Invest $10 in a trade, you can earn $8.2
If you invest $100 in a trade, you can earn $82
Now, assuming you invest 10 trades a day and win all of them with a $100 trade amount in Olymp Trade, you can earn $820 at the end of the day.
Invest $10 per trade, ten times and you can earn $82 perfectly at the end of the day.
If you are trading with $1 per trade though, you will only earn $8.2 for ten consistent and perfectly correct trades.
The idea is to invest good capital to have good returns.
To expound on the idea in detail, we’ll take on a real trading scenario.
You Can Make $274 if you Invest $100 Ten Times With a Winning Rate of 70%.
What is a winning rate?
Winning rate, also win/loss ratio is the ratio of the total number of winning trades to the number of losing trades.
So, how many trades must you win if you are to make $260 trading in Olymp Trade?
At least 7.
And here’s how it works.
Assuming a trader from India by the name Arjun starts trading now on the Olymp Trade regular account, earning 82% ROI on each trade.
Arjun deposits, $500 and decides, you know what, I’ll go for the big bucks.
He decides to place his trades at $100 per prediction.
1. $100. WINs – $182
1st Trade he places with the investment of $100 wins and his balance becomes $582
2. $100. WIN – $664
Arjun places the second trade with $100 and wins elevating his balance to $664
3. $100. WIN – $746
He places the 3rd trade. The Trade amount is $100 and the balance is increased to $746
4. $100. LOSS – $646
He places the 4th trade: Trade amount here is $100 and loses. The balance goes down to $646.
5. $100. LOSS – $546
He places the 5th trade. The investment amount is $100. Again Losses this trade. The live balance now goes down to $546.
6. $100. WIN – $628
Arjun places the 6th trade. The trade amount is $100. This time he wins. The balance shoots back to $628.
7. $100. WIN – $710
He places the 7th trade with a trade amount of $100 and wins to improve the balance even further by another $82 to now a real balance of $710.
8. $100. WIN – $792
He places the 8th trade with $100 and wins again. The new balance is $792.
9. $100. LOSS – $692
He places the 9th trade with another $100 and loses. His balance is reduced to $692.
10. $100. WIN – $774
Arjun places his last trade with $100 and the account grows to $774
Total trades won 7 and only 3 losses.
Starting balance – $500.
Ending balance – $774.
In a nutshell, Arjun has just earned an extra – $274.
Mostly, you can do this in under 20 minutes if you are trading on a 1-minute timeframe.
With this example, it’s easy to find a common ground for winning. And it’s also easy to end up on the negative.
Especially if you can’t keep your win rate above 60%.
In conclusion, trading is as much fun and profitable as it is risky. Remember to use money management strategies to preserve your capital where growth seems slim.
Remember, you can always try to trade on the next day if the trading conditions aren’t favorable today.