I'm not here to fight, but it seems important for you to take in consideration some criterias you forgot.
How to evaluate a system?
It's not because that you don't apply martingale, that martingale trading account couldn't be presented here?... it's called discrimination.
It's like if you would say, average win must be > 10 pips.... (then you would be disqualified)
=> This is just an exemple.
To make it fair, you can't pick up criterias that suit your strategy.... anyway.
The most important part is a ratio that isn't presented into myfxbook stats.
Calmar Ratio: A return/risk ratio. The return (numerator) is defined as the compound annualized return over the last 3 years, and the risk (denominator) is defined as the maximum drawdown (in absolute terms) over the last 3 years. (If there is not 3 years of data, the available data is used.)
This ratio must be at least greater than 3 in term of trading performance. Between 1 to 3... it's fine but not sufficient in term of ROI. Below 1, the risk involved is too high compared to the return
In your case:
Calmar ratio is (2.88 / 5.77) = 0.49
Hope you have learnt something regarding Risk vs Gains
By the way, 86 winning trades in a row is a nice performance!... even if it's 2 pips tp.
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