The following calculations will show you how to project annual results and position size according to a growing account size to maximize profits.
On the righthand side we have the stats for the past two months' trading.
For this example we will assume we:
Average win = 0.76 of the risk (1R) which in each trade is $500
Average loss = 0.58 of the risk (1R) which in each trade is $500
The total number of winners were 25
The total number of losers were 15
Subtract the losses from the profits and you are left with $5,150 On a $10,000 account your return over 2 months was 51,5% 
If you open an account with Equiti then I will send you the Excel workbook used to project and position size according to your predefined risk tolerance.
For example, a trade where your stop is 40 pips away and you risk $500 means you can trade $125,000 or 1.25 lots.
If on the other hand your stop is only 20 pips away and you risk $500, that means you can trade $250,000 or 2.5 lots.
A 1R loss is the same in dollar terms as a 1R profit regardless of whether the loss was 40 pips and the profit 20 pips because of correct position sizing.
The only way to project and have faith in a trading system is to position size this way because the success of the system is based on the return of the risk.
For example, a trade where your stop is 40 pips away and you risk $500 means you can trade $125,000 or 1.25 lots.
If on the other hand your stop is only 20 pips away and you risk $500, that means you can trade $250,000 or 2.5 lots.
A 1R loss is the same in dollar terms as a 1R profit regardless of whether the loss was 40 pips and the profit 20 pips because of correct position sizing.
The only way to project and have faith in a trading system is to position size this way because the success of the system is based on the return of the risk.
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