You don't become profitable by "being right" all the time, but through risk control. "Risk control" means picking only the high probability trades, limiting the amount of your losses (stoploss), and staying flat the rest of the time. We all know what trades are more probable and what others aren't, but we don't all discard the less probable trades. Why? In my opinion because many of us don't mind losing money. You have to get to a point when you are craving for money. Until you won't need the money from trading for anything, it will be like the Monopoly money to you, and you won't care about picking the right trades, but only about making a legendary trade that you can brag about. When do you get to be craving for money? When you need it to pay your bills. Sure, not all people needing to pay for their bills will be able to make money through trading, but a trader could be good, and lose because he ignores risk management, if he doesn't care about losing money. You have to suffer deeply every time you lose money, and that's not a given. You almost have to be terrified by the idea of losing money. Do you feel that way? And, if you haven't become profitable yet, are you in a situation where you don't mind losing money?