DislikedHi, I've been trading for few years now and being "consistantly profitable" is not the biggest problem I have. The problem I have is with low trading capital. Some friends advised me to open a small live pamm account and connect it with trade explorer, myfxbook, fxstat, ... to prove that I can trade. So I did that a few months ago. As I was told getting the funds for consistant traders shouldn't be a problem ("the money will find you if you are good" I was told, hehe). But apparently it is a problem (at least for me) because...Ignored
Briefly looking @ the 2 TEs is seems "most" of the time the trading is pretty decent but then there's a period(Nov. to Feb.) in the one TE where you held a trade for 12 weeks & lost $6,000. That trade started with a simple .06 entry & ended with 1 full lot trades with you being long & short @ the same time. I don't even want to know the full story or what you were trying to do. As an investor, those short periods of "lack of discipline" is all it takes for me to have no more interest in further review. I'm onto looking elsewhere. You might get small investors to look past those spots but anyone with a larger investment won't be interested. That's why a long-term track record is important. Anyone can have a short period of "good luck" to create a good TE. That one large loss is the reason your % return in the 1st TE isn't near as good as the 2nd TE even though the 1st TE has more trades over a longer period of time.
If you're truly confident that you can be "consistently profitable" as you say, then you should slowly increase your position size because with your account sizes you're not using any size close to getting in trouble, IF you use discipline. Yes, you will also have larger drawdowns but that shouldn't matter if you're profitable in the long-run.
Not trying to sound harsh. Just keep up the good trading but remove the "lack of discipline" moments.