Yes, but depending on where they fell in the trading cycle and whether you were compounding or not it might not be pretty.
If you suffered a 30% drawdown at the end of the two months you would be worse off than when you started if you were compounding.
In fact if you were compounding and managed to get through six months without any drawdown stop losses and you were then unfortunate enough to suffer two 30% drawdowns one closely followed by another - which is actually a lot more likely than getting them spaced apart from each other - you would only be 23% up on your account.
Which admittedly is still a lot better than some investments.
A third 30% drawdown at this stage would leave you down on the account overall.
11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.