Too risky. Your TP is about 1-5 pips, and your SL is 200 pips. That's a time bomb waiting to explode. In fact, you are holding onto a very large position at risk of blowing up your whole account. You Long at 1.3221 on 4th April at a size that is several times your median size, and refused to take the loss near -200 pips. Around that time, you had so little margin available your trading size reduced to 1/100 the size of that single bad trade, then when the market came near your entry price, you did not close the position when it was about -10 pips. I guess the reason why you refused to close that losing trade is because the drawdown due to 10 pips on that size will make your growth curve look very bad, because your average TP for the other 100 trades done is 2-3 pips at a tiny fraction of the size of that single bad trade.
Reminds me of another MF Global, sinking the ship in just one trade.
Trixifx, that relative DD is because of that one trade, if EUR keeps going down, his available equity will be much smaller, his trade size must be much smaller, and very likely he'll get wiped out. Equity at $2000 holding onto a losing position at >11 lots, you can lose everything within 1 day. 1 pip against him is worth $110. I'm just wondering why his broker didn't close his position on 9th April. Makes his broker look very fishy too (broker's compliance or risk management may want to look at this trade too?).
"The first rule of forecasting should be that the unforeseen keeps making the future unforeseeable." - David McCasland (January 5,2012, Our Daily Bread)