Hi all..

I'm going to make

So... Let's assume that spread does not exist (for simplifying the calculation)...

For example, the distance to stop loss is 10 pips, and the distance to take profit is 20 pips.

How would we calculate the probability of moving price to SL or to TP, assuming that price movement is completely chaotic and touch of any of them stops the cycle?

Thanks.

I'm going to make

**calculated**proof to myself that smaller time frames have worse results (because of spread). --> maybe they are 1% worse, and not 40% worse...So... Let's assume that spread does not exist (for simplifying the calculation)...

For example, the distance to stop loss is 10 pips, and the distance to take profit is 20 pips.

How would we calculate the probability of moving price to SL or to TP, assuming that price movement is completely chaotic and touch of any of them stops the cycle?

Thanks.