Guys, can i ask you all a question? My strategy is based on risk reward of 1:3 and is managed with price action. I am thinking to change the strategy to risk reward of only 1:1, which means there will be more profit taken and i believe, eventually will be profitable. What do you guys think?
The previous year, the balance/equity, the positions sizes, the average Pips and $ profits loses, the max pips $ profits loses, the max drawdown, average drawdown etc... and so much more Why you don't show january in your screenshot ?
with 3:1 and trailing stop management i think the win rate is around 30 percent. if its 1:1 risk reward, there will be less drawdowns and around 70 percent winning rate. Which do you think is better guys? Please help me nick too!
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