It's all a matter of perspective. What is the traders risk appetite. Some traders have a higher risk appetite and will have a higher DD.
I have a different approach to trading, and focus more on limiting risk. Aiming to keep DD lower than 10%. In that way I intend to beat the market on the long run and limit losses. In my point of view a few good trades does not make someone a good trader, but a few bad trades can blow ones account.
hello fully agree with you but the budget I do it after a year of trading is not the first and sure 2-3-4 profitable trade does not mean anything, however, after 10 months of trading and my current budget and more than 58% I can feel very satisfied But of one thing I agree with you that the profit I do not ever stop because my first priority and not the gain that I have but I Quard above the stop loss before the port to zero risk I run and then I gain with the stop loss bringing it to my advantage
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