Anticipation is the recipe you use to decide how dependable your framework is. You ought to return in time and measure every one of your trades that were victors versus failures, at that point decide how beneficial your triumphant exchanges were versus how much your losing trades lost.
Investigate your last 10 trades. If you haven’t made real exchanges yet, backpedal on your graph to where your framework would have shown that you ought to enter and leave a trade. Decide whether you would have made a benefit or a misfortune. Record these outcomes. All out the entirety of your triumphant exchanges and partition the appropriate response by the quantity of winning exchanges you made. Here is the recipe:
W=Average Winning Trade
L=Average Losing Trade
P=Percentage Profit Ratio
On the off chance that you made 10 exchanges, six of which were winning exchanges and four of which were losing exchanges, your rate win proportion would be 6/10 or 60%. If your six exchanges made $2,400, at that point your normal win would be $2,400/6 = $400.
If your losses were $1,200, at that point your normal loss would be $1,200/4 = $300. Apply these outcomes to the equation and you get E= [1+ (400/300)] x 0.6 – 1 = 0.40, or 40%. A positive 40% hope implies your framework will return you 40 pennies for each dollar over the long haul.