Disliked1) never put more than 10 % of capital
2) risk reward ratio should be at least 1:1
3) trade higher time frames
seriously i have read these for thousand time
but failed to implement this until lost three accountsIgnored
2) Adjusting your R:R won't magically turn you into a profitable trader. To be profitable - to have positive expectancy - we need both R:R and winrate to combine to produce a positive result. It would be a good idea to ignore R:R completely and just focus on making good decisions. If a trader makes good decisions, winrate and R:R will work themselves out.
3) Slower timeframes are easier for beginners, as the expenses are lower and more easily overcome. The trades also play out more slowly so it gives time to evaluate and correct mistakes.