I saw the 'High hit rate vs big R:R - Which one do you prefer and why?' thread and I think i am going to share to you guys that trading with high RR is what i found to be a very important part of a winning strategy. I am not saying that high hit rate will not work, it is just that the probability is skewed negatively if you have a negative expectancy strategy. And when you are dealing with something crazy like the fx market, negative expectancy strategy will make it harder for you.

To prove my point further i will share a trade journal showing exactly what I mean. I win 30% of the time but just look at the results

Cut losses short and let winners run. The old traders adage. Learn from the successful ones.

Goal: Achieve 10,000% ROI.

Update: 22 December 2017

Things changed. Now, my trading is very different than when I started this thread.

To prove my point further i will share a trade journal showing exactly what I mean. I win 30% of the time but just look at the results

Cut losses short and let winners run. The old traders adage. Learn from the successful ones.

Goal: Achieve 10,000% ROI.

Update: 22 December 2017

Things changed. Now, my trading is very different than when I started this thread.