DislikedSizing your trades according to your current balance helps you also to keep your account afloat during flat markets, then you decide how aggressive you want to be with your trades, the more aggressive you are, the larger the profits and the drawdown will be of course, I say more about it in post 950. I could experience it from half May to half June, where my indy didn't help and I got a bunch of losses in trends 17,18,20,21,22. All those erased only the previous gain made in 20-16 only and my initial deposit wasn't hurt, then, the last trade 20-23...Ignored
So at the end expectancy may be' positive....but capital growth seems quite slow. To make it faster you need to add early exits (hence trade management) techniques.
Don't know whether you share this general view on any average-based trading technique