This time we are trading the random entry in 2009. The risk setting is 4 and this video is automated to show you the results.
I like the random entry, because it is not predictable.
So there is no bias and each and every backtest for the same year will produce different results.
The reason is simple: Each position that is opened will influence the complete system and all the positions that follow.
So why is it possible to make a profit with randomized entry signals?
In my opinion entries are necessary, but the right entry setting is not what will make your system a winner or a loser.
There are other components that have a bigger influence, for example how many positions you trade at the same time.
Like a car needs to adjust it’s speed to the traffic, a good trading system must be able to adjust it’s risk to the current market conditions.
That is still not a guarantee that it could not make losses, but it improves your chances for a profit significantly.
If you are interested in improving your chances, you might want to watch the other videos on RobotTradingSystem.com – or wherever you get your trading performance videos…