You have to develop a trading system. The system includes everything. Now you may ask how to develop a system? That's the most difficult task in forex trading. It is also the reason most people fail in trading. That's why you need to study and experiment a lot. It will take time. But there is no other ways.
Most traders think that trading is all about strategy. They look for it everywhere. They think there is one strategy that will make them rich. They never try to understand that the success of a strategy mostly depends on the individual it's using. Strategy is just a single component of successful trading.
Your strategy can be complicated for other traders, but if it's simple for you it's quite good. Then, other traders can't use your strategy just because they have no idea how do you apply it to trading. It's the best option for a strategy, however it's almost impossible to meet a trader whose strategy will be complicated. All of them are quite clear for traders, because they consist of the same things with minot details. Money management plan is the simplest thing I guess. You should wisely divide your funds on several parts and decide what part for what will serve you. Actually, that's all I guess.
The simpler the better it is. I do agree with your statement that you have made here. Forex trading or strategies do not need to be complicated. It is all about applying our learning at the right in the right way. I have seen some strategies that really work are very simple. Yes, a trader must be patient to find out those setups to take an entry and be sanguine that all the factors match to pull his trigger.
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