Solid and steady is what you want in a daytrading system. A lot of people try to go for 110% winning. that's not the way to go. Those types of systems and approaches don't work long-term. You want a system that can just smash out profits on a consistent basis. And if you can make consistent profits then you can compound your trading account as your position size is increased as your trading account size increases.
so in trading assistant you want to take all the traits you don't want to guess. You don't want to pick and choose. You want to trade the system and allow the system to net out profit.
And just imagine if you can net out profit on a consistent basis in daytrading emini futures... It's not about just using the same position size over our it's about increasing your position size as per percentage as your trading account grows.
So let's say you grow your trading account from $10,000 to $100,000 pretty quickly. So let's say you traded one contract for that $10,000. well if one contract for a $10,000 account position size was determined to be an optimal position size than technically you could trade 10 contracts at $100,000 accountt size. But...
Where people go wrong with compounding is that they don't have a absolutely consistent method that they're willing to consistently trade. You have to have a consistent system in order to calm down properly. Otherwise people will increase her position size as their account grows and then they start getting emotional which triggers them into wrong side of the market trading ideas which then starts to wreck their account quickly. See how that works?
So get a little more "blue-collar" with your trading and put yourself in position for long-term potential success even to extraordinary levels through consistent trading, trading a consistent method.