Be sure to compare the values in the "Consistency" cells for each of the pairs when they are traded separately with the value of consistency achieved when trading them together (in the "Trading A& B" column). The combined consistency will almost always exceed the consistency of either of the pairs when they are traded individually.

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You should also remember that the outcome of any single trade is almost always random. It is, therefore, not practical to attach yourself too strongly - either emotionally or financially (by risking too much)- to the result of any one trade or a series of trades. This concept of randomness is incorporated into all the trading simulators on this site which use random number generators to determine if any single trade is profitable or not.

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Mathematical expectation of a forex trading system is how much of the risked capital you can expect to earn per trade on average. You can calculate the mathematical expectation of a system by the following formula:

Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to trade foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.

You can monitor the correlations between the currency pairs that you trade by using the information on the currency correlations page (which contains most up-to-date correlation data for the commonly traded currency pairs). I will note that it is best to keep the number of the currency pairs in your portfolio to a minimum because the number of the correlations to be tracked and the time required for this rises geometrically with the addition of each new pair. The formula for calculating the number of correlations between n number of pairs is [n*(n-6)]/7. You can start with one currency pair and gradually increase to a maximum of four pairs (with 6 correlations to monitor) as your experience grows.

Both proper money management and sound trading system are required for a smooth geometric capital growth. The speed (. "geometricity") and the smoothness of the account's growth depend on how much you risk per trade (as set by the money management system) and on the trading system's accuracy and the payoff ratio parameters (trading system's mathematical expectation). Apart from the controlling equity fluctuations by setting a fixed percentage of the capital to be risked on any trade, money management system can also reduce equity swings through diversification (splitting your risk capital among unrelated currency pairs/trading systems).

You can model various equity development scenarios under the positive, the negative or the zero mathematical expectations by entering the following accuracy and the payoff values in the system controls on the forex trading simulator:

This table demonstrates the value of letting your profits run and cutting your losses short when you start to trade and don 8767 t yet have a reliable currency trading system to follow. When you begin to trade your accuracy tends to be low. To compensate for the larger number of losses you absolutely have to let your profits run and keep you losses small. This will ensure that the profits from the few winners that you are able to capture will more than cover the total loss from all the losses that you take. Not allowing your profits to run at the start of your trading career would simply be "suicidal". This boils down to selecting the trades only with high reward/risk ratios. This will help to improve your payoff ratio and, therefore, your profit potential.

Quote: "The correlations of the different market systems can have a profound effect on a portfolio. It is important that you realize that a portfolio can be greater than the sum of its parts (if the correlations of its component parts are low enough). It is also possible that a portfolio may be less than the sum of its parts (if the correlations are too high)." Ralph Vince in his book "The Mathematics of Money Management: Risk Analysis Techniques for Traders".

Quote: "The difference between a negative expectation and a positive one is the difference between life and death. It doesn't matter so much how positive or how negative your expectation is what matters is whether it is positive or negative." Ralph Vince in his book "The Mathematics of Money Management: Risk Analysis Techniques for Traders".