@OutsideTheBoxHK I am curious, do you downscale the risk after a DD?
If no -> then what happens if you get unlucky, and instead of recovering, you get another DD on top? This is our main beef with your risk taking profile
If you increase risk -> again, while this may lead to fast recovery, what if you get unlucky?
With your risk profile, do you have a simulated probability distribution for your returns over a year? Per order? Granted, the risk of DD after DD might be low, but HOW low, and HOW MUCH that double DD would be?
With static risk per order kinda profiles, we have a good understanding of tail risks, but with your risk profile, I think it would require 10-20 years of performance for a good understanding (not trust, I think that tends to come fairly quick for most, just understanding), or an accurate simulation.