This time we are trading the year 2014. This is an automated video and we are using a risk setting of 7.
Probably you would think that results are always better with a higher risk or that draw downs are always less harmful with a lower risk.
But that is not necessarily the case.
You see a lot of trades that are opened and closed in split seconds, but each trade influences the other positions.
The art is to carefully adjust the setting to fit to the current market conditions.
Think of a car on a frozen lake, you would need to use the steering wheel very carefully – or your car would start to drift and break out of the course.
Trading multiple positions on multiple charts could mean that you have a very good result for one currency pair and a bad result for another.
That is like the weather, the fact that the sun is shining in the summer doesn’t mean it couldn’t rain.
The trick is to achieve positive results – even if the weather is bad.
Think of a sail boat, where you would set the sail according to the weather conditions.
You can’t change the weather – once you are out on the ocean, but you could always change the set of the sail…
If you are interested to find out about other trading results, maybe you want to watch the other performance videos on RobotTradingSystem.com – or wherever you get your trading performance videos…