You win rate is only 55% , this is to low. It must be at least 70%
Best Trade(pips): (Aug 02) 252.4
Worst Trade(pips): (Aug 13) -96.
The longer a position is held open the larger the 'random luck factor' becomes. Nobody can predict the future and history never repeats itself. With trading there is a small window to exploit certain repeating patterns. You wold indeed have to have very large winning positions such as 252 pips due to your poor win rate of 55% .
In my view anything over 100 pips becomes purely a random lucky event due to the length of time it would take.
Due to your poor win rate and only three month trading history your account will blow within the next three months or stagnate, if this won't happen then most likely the account is a fabrication by ibfx.com to buy themselves free advertisement. We don't know it remains to be seen, anything is possible.
Take for example the top systems at www.zulutrade.com
with a 12 month trading history, filter them to only look at their last three months and you will note that for some reason the equity is either flat or declining. In other words their sterling performance the previous nine months was most probably a lucky event from thousands of systems there will always be a few that generates a good return for a few months but then starts failing. One should ideally have a system of at least two years with month on month of positive equity growth, just one month of declining growth would be a red flag.
Most probably this is a $100 account one of 2000 that runs an EA, there will form time to time due to random luck be one of these accounts that will post 900% gain over four months. But over 12 months impossible because new fundamental factors takes mankind on a different trajectory: History never ever repeats itself because each generation has entirely new factors such as computers, nano tech, natural disasters etc.
Helicopter Ben announced a new round of QE, taking the euro through the roof. No amount of technical analysis could have predicted this. It had nothing to do with technicals, it was a fundamental historical event. Bernanke didn't look up fib ratios or Elliot waves, he made a fundamental decision based on fundamental factors.