Look hard enough and you will see many trades with 'bad stats' but +profit because they withdrew. I overheard a conversation about 'automaticity' and how that is the root to being bored and doing things in autopilot. Most people have really good systems, which is why most of our eyes click to see the stats. Then Human emotion, EGO, starts to set in and you begin a negatively reinforced behavior of not following your plan but winning at the same time. Chances are when you start to lose because of your random entries, the last you will do is fall back to what got your equity up to begin with. Many of us have accounts which have lasted 8months but hasn't made enough profit to cover internet + energy cost. However a riskier trader, who isn't consistant with an excellent system can turn any account up and if you quickly withdraw, then THAT is profit! He could go ahead and margin call the account with the 1% he left in but should he be considered a loser?
My avatar explains "social trading" perfectly.